Operating and Capital Budgets

Town staff develop the annual budget using guidelines approved by Milton Council and giving consideration to the input received from the public. Council usually deliberates and approves the budget in December/January, ensuring an approved budget is in place near the start of the new year.

2019 Capital & Operating Budgets

Budget Survey Results

Thank you to those who took the budget survey to help us set priorities for Town infrastructure, programs and services.

Highlights from the telephone survey are displayed in the graphic on the right. Results from teh supplementary online survey, and more budget survey details can be found in the 2019 Budget Call Report.

Budget Deliberation

The Committee of the Whole will meet to deliberate the 2019 Budget on December 10, 2018 (and December 11, if necessary). Council approval of the 2019 Budget is anticipated in January 2019.

2018 Approved Capital & Operating Budget

Let’s explore Milton’s final approved budget for 2018 together. Learn what we are focusing on this year and see how our tax rate compares with our neighbours.

2018 Budget Video

On December 11, 2017, Milton Council ratified the 2018 budget representing an investment of $73 million in capital projects and $127 million to continue to provide residents with the programs and services they rely on daily through the operating budget.

The budget supports the Town's Strategic Action Plan, Destiny Milton 3, through continued construction of the Sherwood Community Centre and Library, the addition of a new Fire Station, and ongoing planning for the Milton Education Village and Sustainable Halton Lands. The budget also eliminates the dedicated hospital levy by providing funding for future debt payments from Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation revenue.

The property tax increase resulting from the 2018 budget is an additional $13.64 per $100,000 of residential assessment. When the potential tax levy increases for Halton Region and Education are included, the overall increase is 2.69% or $19.45 per $100,000 of assessment.

The information in the Budget Book documents can be offered in alternate formats or with communication supports, upon request.

2018 Approved Budget
2017 Approved Budget
2016 Approved Budget
2015 Approved Budget

Approved 2015 Budget

2014 Approved Budget
2014 Approved Capital and Operating Budget 
2013 Approved Budget
2013 Approved Capital and Operating Budget 
2012 Approved Budget
 
2011 Approved Budget
 

Budget documents can also be viewed or purchased at the Town of Milton.

 

Budget Infographics