Budget 2022

The municipal budget is the City’s business plan for the year.

It describes the costs associated with providing the municipal services our community relies on, and the revenues that make these services possible. The budget enables residents to build an understanding about how taxes are used to invest in new infrastructure, repair existing assets and provide daily services that significantly impact the quality of life of residents in Greater Sudbury.

Stay informed

Sign up to follow this page, or follow us on social media for the latest information about the 2022 Budget.

Residents were invited to a virtual Budget Town Hall on November 24 to learn more about the proposed 2022 Municipal Budget and ask questions related to municipal services.

View the results of last year's public engagement under 2021 Budget Engagement here.

For more information visit greatersudbury.ca/budget.

The municipal budget is the City’s business plan for the year.

It describes the costs associated with providing the municipal services our community relies on, and the revenues that make these services possible. The budget enables residents to build an understanding about how taxes are used to invest in new infrastructure, repair existing assets and provide daily services that significantly impact the quality of life of residents in Greater Sudbury.

Stay informed

Sign up to follow this page, or follow us on social media for the latest information about the 2022 Budget.

Residents were invited to a virtual Budget Town Hall on November 24 to learn more about the proposed 2022 Municipal Budget and ask questions related to municipal services.

View the results of last year's public engagement under 2021 Budget Engagement here.

For more information visit greatersudbury.ca/budget.

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  • Key Dates

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    Budget Direction June 22, 2021
    Business Cases to Finance and Administration Committee
    October 5, 2021
    Budget Update October 19, 2021

    Table Budget Document

    • 2022 Operating and Capital Budget Overview
    • Presentation by the CAO and CFO
    • Presentation from Service Partners including:
      • Greater Sudbury Police Service
      • Greater Sudbury Public Library Board
    November 2, 2021
    Public Engagement Opportunities
    • Online engagement via overtoyou.greatersudbury.ca/budget2022
    • Submit feedback via 311 or complete a paper copy of the survey
    November 3, 2021

    Budget Deliberations

    • Presentation from Service Partners including:
      • Conservation Sudbury
      • Public Health Sudbury & Districts
    • Review and Approve Operating and Capital Budgets and Water/wastewater Rates
    • Additional meetings will be scheduled as needed*

    November 29, 30 and December 1, 2021
    City Council Approval of 2022 Operating and Capital Budget December 14, 2021
    Approval of 2022 Property Tax Policy May 2022


    *Additional meeting dates and times will be posted at greatersudbury.ca/councilmeetings

Page last updated: 01 December 2021, 08:59