Budget notes, briefing notes, and presentations are available at Toronto City Council and Committees Meetings, Agendas and Minutes.
If you are looking for information about a service (such as Police Services, Parks, Forestry and Recreation, or Toronto Water), visit the Budget Notes, Reports & Presentations page.
Toronto City Council is the main governing and legislative body of the City of Toronto. Council is composed of the Mayor and 25 Councillors. Toronto City Council has direct responsibility for the City’s services. Council also indirectly oversees other major services (such as police, transit, public health, libraries, public housing) through the appointment of Council members to the boards of directors of the City Council’s agencies and corporations.
The Executive Committee makes recommendations on Council’s strategic policy and priorities, governance policy and structure, financial planning and budgeting, fiscal policy including revenue and tax policies, intergovernmental and international relations, Council and its operations, and human resources and labour relations.
The Budget Committee’s mandate includes, but is not limited to, coordinating the preparation of the capital and operating estimates while the annual capital and operating budgets are being developed, making recommendations on the capital and operating budgets, and reviewing other matters that may have a significant impact on a future budget, upon request from the Executive Committee.
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