Your city. Your money.
Essentially the City operates as a service industry. And running a city is not cheap. Each year, Council debates how much to raise taxes and user fees to cover service costs. Taxation and utility fees make up approximately 80% of our City’s total revenues. Each year it takes more tax dollars just to maintain the same level of service. Therefore, taxation is an important council consideration. Join the debate this year and let’s hear what you think about the proposed budget for 2012.
Three easy ways to have your say!
- Review the plan online, along with departmental budgets, then complete our online survey.
- Stop by the Recreation Complex, Kyle Centre or at Port Moody City Hall. Review the plan, along with budget displays and then complete the survey.
- Attend the Budget Town Hall Meeting
2012 Budget Town Hall Meeting
Hear about our budget process first hand and provide feedback.
When: Wednesday, February 29, 2012
Where: Inlet Theatre, 100 Newport Drive
Time: Presentation at 7pm
Missed the Town Hall Meeting?
Catch up - see the PowerPoint presentation
Hear Finance Committee discuss the survey results and your feedback from the town hall meeting.
When: Tuesday March 6, 2012
Where: Brovold Room, City Hall, 100 Newport Drive
Learn more about Port Moody's budget
View Port Moody’s Draft 2012-2016 Financial Plan
Download our booklet explaining the budget and what it means to you as a taxpayer
View individual departmental budgets
We believe that informed citizens are more engaged and more likely to participate in the planning process.
Parks and recreational programs contribute to healthy lifestyles.
City planning is necessary for managing the growth and development of future communities.
The City provides water, sewer and solid waste collection on a user pay basis.