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The Region of Peel's Annual Budget supports the resources necessary to execute Council's Strategic Plan and Term of Council Priorities effectively. It supports the Region's commitment to deliver quality services, while reflecting an emphasis on controlling costs.

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Average Residential Taxpayer Impact

Peel's area municipalities (Brampton, Caledon, Mississauga) issue a single tax bill that includes the Region of Peel, the Town/City, and Education.

The residential utility rate for water and wastewater services is issued by the Region of Peel, separate from the tax bill.

2012 Budget Deliberation

Regional Council

Dec. 1, 2011
Dec. 8, 2011

Dec. 15, 2011

Area Municipal Councils

Caledon Mississauga

Development of the Region's budget includes: preparation of a scheduled timeframe, the setting of targets, identifying preliminary estimates, and the communication of these to Council.
(162KB, PDF 5 pages)

Current and Capital Budgets

  • Current Budget
    • Provides the resources to support day-to-day operations. Expenditures and revenues are approved by Council for the period of Jan. 1 to Dec. 31.

  • Capital Budget
    • Provides the resources to acquire, improve or maintain land, buildings, roads, watermains, pumping stations, machinery and equipment, to install computer software, and to conduct studies relating to corporate assets. Capital resources fund one-time costs that span one or multiple years.

2012 Budget Presentations to Council for Region Controlled Programs

2012 Budget Document

The 2012 Budget Document includes:

  • Document Guidelines
    • how to navigate the budget document
    • details on the information presented
  • Executive Summary
  • Integrated Current and Capital Budget story for each Regional program
    • highlights additional cost needed to provide the 2011 level of service in 2012 (inflation, cost of living, annualization)
    • identifies cost of new pressures in 2012 (i.e. growth/service demands)
    • balance of existing capital works in progress
    • the addition of the new capital requested for 2012
  • Summary of each Regional program's 2012 budget requirements
    • highlights for the Current Budget
    • highlights for the Capital Budget
    • staff resources required to deliver these services

Outputs and outcomes (for 2011 and 2012), that are tracked to measure performance and effectiveness of program deliverables.

The complete Budget Document is presented below.

2012 Budget Document Public Works

2012 Budget Document Health Services

2012 Budget Document Human Services

2012 Budget Document Internal Services/Non-Program

2012 Regional Financed External Organizations

Revised: Thursday January 31 2013


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