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Delta is Seeking Feedback on Proposed 2017 Financial Plan!

Jan 11, 2017

The 2017 financial plan public consultation period has closed, and we are not collecting any responses at this time, but feel free to explore the tool as much as you wish.


Prior to Council setting the 2017 tax rates, The Corporation of Delta is seeking public feedback on the proposed 2017 Financial Plan, including the budget, funding priorities, municipal services and upcoming projects. View the 2017 Financial Plan.

The proposed 2017 budget strategy calls for a property tax increase of 2.75%, which will go towards:

  • 0.5% to maintain city government services
  • 0.25% for Police services
  • 0.5% for the Drainage Program
  • 1.5% for an Emergency Operations Centre, Fire Hall and Training Facility at Boundary Bay Airport

With our commitment to no new borrowing and pay as you go project funding, all tax dollars collected will be going to services for our community. We continue to stay on track for a debt-free Delta.

Citizen Budget Online Engagement Tool

This year, Delta will again be offering our residents an opportunity to engage in the budget process through the Citizen Budget online engagement budget tool. Delta residents can visit delta.citizenbudget.com to simulate their own Delta municipal budget by allocating tax dollars to their preferred funding categories and experience the decisions Council faces when developing the annual budget.

Delta Council is committed to an open, accessible budget process for all Delta residents. Provide your feedback today! Delta residents are asked to provide feedback on Delta’s 2017 Financial Plan by January 20, 2017 via the following methods:

delta.citizenbudget.com | finance@delta.ca | phone: 604-946-3230 | fax: 604-946-3962