The Town of Milton publishes annual budgets and financial reports so that you can see how we are spending and allocating municipal funds.

2020 budget

Thank you to those who participated in the budget survey which assists with identifying priorities for Milton infrastructure, programs and services. The survey results and background information can be found in the Budget Call Report.

The Town of Milton  is holding a Council meeting to consider the 2020 Capital and Operating Budgets on:

Monday, December 9, 2019 at 7 p.m.

Council Chambers, Town Hall, 150 Mary Street

Get involved with the budget:

The information in the Budget Book documents can be offered in alternate formats upon request.

Proposed budget

View the Proposed 2020 Capital and Operating Budget.

Financial reports

The annual financial report provides an overview of Milton’s key activities and financial status including assets, liabilities, net worth, revenue and expenses.

 2018 Financial Report

 

View the 2018 Financial Report. The report includes the following sections.

Introduction:

  • About Milton 
  • Governance and Organizational Structure
  • Message from the Treasurer 
  • Financial Statements Discussion and Analysis

Financial Reports:

  • Town of Milton Consolidated Statements and Notes 
  • Milton Public Library Board Statements and Notes
  • Milton Downtown Business Improvement Area Statements and Notes 

Statistical Data:

  • Multi-Year Comparison of Financial Statements
  • Five-Year Financial Statistics 

 Past reports

 

Review the past financial reports for the Town of Milton:

Contact us if you’d like to request a copy of a previous financial report.

Financial statements have been prepared in accordance with Canadian public sector accounting standards. 

Asset management plan

Milton’s Asset Management Plan outlines the Town’s asset management practices, state of the infrastructure, levels of service, and lifecycle and funding plans.

Fiscal impact study

Milton’s fiscal impact study provides a critical link between land use planning and local budgeting by projecting the capital and operating costs and revenues associated with residential and non-residential growth.  Review the Town’s most recent Fiscal Impact Assessment incorporating the Sustainable Halton development area and growth to 2036.

Accessible documents

If you’d like to request a copy of our budgets, financial reports, or asset management plan in an alternative format, please check our accessibility page for detailed instructions.