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The Region of Peel's 2004 Business Plan is comprised of three documents:

A CD copy of these documents are available upon request
Please contact Monique Lacroix

 


The Region of Peel's budget was developed as a plan to establish an appropriate balance between meeting the service expectations of the community and the fiscal cost of providing those services. By adhering to strict budgeting procedures and appropriating necessary funding, the Region will strive to continue to be one of the best communities in Ontario to live and work.

  • Introduction
  • Overview
  • Service Strategy Business Plan Process
  • Budget in Brief
2004 Executive Summary (PDF 1.9 MB, 148 pages)


Readers are encouraged to refer to the other three documents for greater detail regarding their particular areas of interest.


This document is the 2004 Service Strategy Business Plan and Current Budget providing program service strategy business plan details. The Current Budget is financed mainly through property taxes and user fees. The remainder of the financing is from external sources.


The Capital Budget continues to reflect the implementation of Regional Council's strategic directions. Regional Council has requested both a one-year plan and a nine-year forecast to proactively identify future fiscal pressures. A disciplined approach to pay-as-you-go capital budgeting principles enables the Region to finance capital plans via its growth and non-growth reserves, delivering efficient programs and services on a just-in-time basis.


This document is for reference purposes.


Revised: Thursday July 26 2007

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