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Budgets and finances

Over the next four years, Metro Vancouver is expected to lead the nation in economic growth. To build on this economic strength, we are committed to support the local economy and build a world-class community that is livable and sustainable today and in the future.

Every four years we develop our capital plan, a long-term plan for infrastructure investments. The capital plan informs what we budget for the year.

Every year, we develop a capital and operating budget that outlines how tax dollars are invested across programs and services to support our business and residents.

2017 Budget

In the 2017 Budget, we will include a five-year balanced financial plan to guide our strategic investments and business transformation opportunities while keeping property tax, utility fees, and user fees affordable over the long term. 

Learn more and share your views on the 2017 budget

Find out how you can get involved, learn more, and share your views on the budget in-person or online.

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2017 Budget and Financial Plan

Our annual budget outlines how tax dollars and funding will be invested to help provide the services that you value.

Capital planning

Our capital plan is a four-year financial plan for investments in our city's infrastructure.

Financial reports and information

Find our financial reports: quarterly financial reports, annual financial reports, and statements of financial information.

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