Town of Georgina Budget - Your Budget, Your Say

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2022 Budget

Each year, the Town of Georgina passes a budget to determine how funds will be spent.
Council discusses the draft budget and listens to resident input during a series of meetings. 
The 2022 draft budget was released on Oct. 27, 2021.
Council consideration and discussion will take place on Nov. 30 and Dec. 1, 2021.

Media release - Town of Georgina releases 2022 draft budget with zero per cent tax increase - Oct. 27, 2021
Media release - Get involved in Georgina's 2022 Budget process - Aug. 30, 2021

2022 Budget documents

PDF icon 2022 Draft Budget - Cover Page
PDF icon 2022 Draft Budget - Summary
PDF icon 2022 Draft Budget - Operations and Infrastructure
PDF icon 2022 Draft Budget - Community Services
PDF icon 2022 Draft Budget - Fire and Rescue Services
PDF icon 2022 Draft Budget - Development Services
PDF icon 2022 Draft Budget - Human Resources
PDF icon 2022 Draft Budget - Corporate Services
PDF icon 2022 Draft Budget - Deputy Chief Administrative Officer
PDF icon 2022 Draft Budget - Chief Administrative Office
PDF icon 2022 Draft Budget - Mayor and Council
PDF icon 2022 Draft Budget - Library
PDF icon 2022 Draft Budget - 10-year Capital - Reserves - Non-Program
PDF icon 2022 Draft Budget - Staffing - Operating Initiatives
PDF icon 2022 Draft Budget - Covid-19
PDF icon 2022 Draft Budget - Capital Initiatives
PDF icon 2022 Draft Budget - Departmental Contacts
PDF icon 2022 Draft Budget - Report

Financial policies, plans and studies

PDF icon 2016 Long-range Financial Plan
PDF icon Capital Carry Forward Policy
PDF icon Corporate Debt Management Policy
PDF icon Investment Policy
PDF icon Reserve Fund Policy Consolidation
PDF icon Surplus Deficit Policy
PDF icon Water Financial Plan

Previous municipal budgets

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FAQs

What makes up the budget?

A municipality’s budget is made up of two parts:

Operating – spent on running Town facilities, programs and services

Capital – spent on building and repairing Town infrastructure, including roads, pipes and buildings

What funds the budget?

To fund the operating and capital budgets in Georgina, annual revenues are generated. The main sources of revenue are property taxes, user fees and development charges.

Property taxes

Your property tax bill is divided between the Town of Georgina, York Region and the Province of Ontario for education. Georgina uses its portion of your taxes to pay for Town programs and services.

User fees and service charges

These are paid by residents and businesses when accessing certain services, such as recreation programs and permits.

Development charges

These are paid by developers and are used to help fund capital projects such as roads, pipes and recreation centres.

What do my taxes pay for?

Where do my taxes go?

Your property taxes are used to fund programs and services at the Town, regional and provincial level.

Town Services:

  • Animal services 
  • Fire and rescue services
  • Georgina Public Library
  • Licences and permits
  • Infrastructure replacement
  • Maintenance of Town facilities
  • Municipal law enforcement and by-laws
  • Office support and administration
  • Parks, sports field and beaches maintenance
  • Recreation and culture services
  • Roads services
  • Snow removal on local roads and sidewalks
  • Town planning and development
  • Waste collection

Regional Services:

  • Maintenance of main/major roads, sewers and bridges
  • Public health services
  • Regional planning and growth management
  • Regional waste disposal
  • Snow removal on regional roads
  • Social assistance
  • Social housing
  • Traffic planning on regional roads
  • York Regional Police         
  • York Region Transit and Viva services

Province of Ontario:

  • Education 


Federal gas tax funding