Where Your Tax Dollars Go - 2018
Pie chart showing how tax dollars from an average household is shared between the municipal departments. Police service that received $532 dollars. Infrastructure and Engineering Services receives a total of $1,064 that provides $4 to IES administration, $153 to drainage and asset and waste management, $60 to engineering and transportation, $122 to recreation facilities, parks and open spaces and $725 dollars to public works where they spend $82 of the $725 on winter control, $16 on trees, $17 on street lighting, $108 on roadways and road contracts, $10 on signs and pavement markings, $395 on road resurfacing, gravel and bridges and $97 on other road maintenance. Chief Administrative Office received $50 with $14 to CAO administration, $19 for economic development, $5 for the office of the mayor and general Council and $12 for Council and Council support. Community Development received $39 with $4 for community development administration, $16 for legal services, $7 for municipal governance, $3 for building development services and $9 for planning services. Fire and Emergency Services receives $362 with $253 allocated to fire services and $109 for emergency planning an ambulance services. Finance , Budget and Information Technology Services receives $162 that provides $6 for finance administration, $11 for budget and performance, $28 for financial services and $117 for information technology. Corporate Services receives $78 with $28 allocated to customer services and $50 to human resources and organizational development. Community Human Services receives $550 with $2 allocated to community human services administration, $69 for library services, $25 for child care & early years, $33 for public health, $86 for employment and social services, $101 for senior services, $147 for housing services, and $87 to community attraction & leisure services where they spend $6 on communication attraction & leisure services administration, $10 for Capitol Theatre, $42 on recreation & culture, $16 for the convention centre and $13 for community attraction and promotion.