Long-Term Financial Plan
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The Long-Term Financial Plan provides a framework for longer-term financial decision-making, including strategies and key actions to facilitate multi-year, integrated, strategic decision-making
- Report on the City of Toronto Long-Term Financial Plan, March 5, 2018
- Long-Term Financial Direction Update, December 1, 2016
- Long-Term Financial Direction Report, June 7-9, 2016
- Asset Optimization Review – Toronto Hydro Corporation and Toronto Parking Authority, December 1, 2016
- The City of Toronto’s Immediate and Longer-Term Revenue Strategy Direction
Learn More about City Finances
Learn about the costs of delivering City services and programs through the City’s budget website.
City Plans and Strategies
City Council has adopted a number of critical strategies and plans to address current challenges the City faces, and implement strategies to create economic stability, social equity, long-term environmental sustainability and a healthy city.
The City looks to these strategies when making decisions about which services to deliver and how much of each service is needed to successfully achieve each plan’s goals.
City building views the City as a whole and focuses on investment in social and physical services and infrastructure, which are fundamental to the city’s quality of life.
- Official Plan
- Transit TO: Transit Expansion
- TOcore: Planning Toronto’s Downtown (under development)
- Developing Toronto’s Transit Network Plan to 2031
- Strategic Plan for the Rehabilitation of the F.G. Gardiner Expressway
- Parks and Recreation Facilities Master Plan (being renewed)
- Strategic Forest Management Plan 2012-2022
- Congestion Management Plan 2016-2020
- Road Safety Plan: Vision Zero 2017-2021
- Ten Year Cycling Network Plan 2016-2025
- Bikeway Trails Implementation Plan
- Long-Term Care Homes & Services Capital Renewal Plan
Economic vitality refers to the health of the city’s economy and includes such factors as diversified employment, skilled workforce, competitiveness, investment and affordability.
Environmental sustainability encompasses principles of environmental balance and the integration of environmental considerations in our social and economic activities.
Fiscal Sustainability refers to the City’s ability to maintain its program and services while also funding its growing commitments.
- Operating Budget and Plan
- 10-year Capital Budget and Plan
- Long-Term Financial Plan (under development)
- User Fee Policy
- Development Charges Bylaw and Plan
- Section 37 Benefits
- Investment Management
- Surplus Management Policy
- Financial Control Bylaw (under review)
- Reserve and Reserve Fund Bylaw
- Property Tax Policy
City Council delegates varying levels of authority to agencies and corporations to deliver services on its behalf.
- The Way Forward (Police)
- TTC Five-Year Corporate Plan 2013-2017 (TTC)
- TCHC Corporate Goals and Objectives
- Tenants First – A Way Forward for Toronto Community Housing and Social Housing in Toronto
- Waterfront Toronto Corporate Plan (Waterfront Toronto)
- Waterfront Transit “Reset” (Waterfront Toronto / TTC / City)
- Port Lands Acceleration Initiative (Waterfront Toronto / TRCA / City)
- Building the Living City 2013-2022 (TRCA)
- Toronto Zoo Strategic Plan 2015-2020 (Toronto Zoo)
- Exhibition Place Strategic Plan 2017 to 2019 (Exhibition Place)
- Enabling Mobility for the Next 21 Years (Toronto Parking Authority)
- State of Heritage Report (Heritage Toronto)
- TPL: Strategic Plan 2016-2019 (Toronto Public Library)