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Proposed 2019 Financial Plan

Jan 22, 2019

Thank you for participating in the Citizen Budget online engagement tool. Feedback for the 2019 Financial Plan will be accepted until end of day on Friday, February 1. Responses will not be collected after this time.

Before Council sets the 2019 property tax rates, the City is seeking your input on the proposed 2019 Financial Plan – share your views on the proposed budget, funding priorities, City services and upcoming projects.

The draft 2019 Financial Plan calls for a property tax increase of 2.99%.


For more details on the property tax increase and to view the Financial Plan, visit

“I am committed to taking Delta to a new level of excellence in services, community facilities and infrastructure, while keeping taxes low and the City debt-free. I want families to know that their tax dollars are going towards City programs and infrastructure improvements, not debt payments, positioning our City for the future.” says Mayor George V. Harvie

Citizen Budget Online Engagement Tool

This year, Delta will again be offering residents an opportunity to engage in the budget process through the Citizen Budget online engagement budget tool. Beginning January 24, Delta residents are invited to visit to simulate their own Delta City budget by allocating tax dollars to their preferred funding categories and experience the decisions Council faces when developing the annual budget.

­­Mayor Harvie and Delta Council are committed to an open and accessible budget process for all Delta residents. Provide your feedback today! Delta residents are asked to provide feedback on Delta’s 2019 Financial Plan by February 1, 2019 via the following methods:

web: | email: | phone: 604-946-3230

For more information on this news release, contact the Mayor’s Office at 604-946-3210 or e-mail



George V. Harvie, Mayor