City Budget 2022

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It's your city and your budget, so we want to hear from you! Your feedback helps inform the City’s budget priorities and contributes to decisions about investments in services that you want and need. Using this online tool, you can ask questions, or share ideas about the budget.

How the City budget works

Watch a short video and learn the basics of how the City budget works.

For more information on understanding the City budget, visit Ottawa.ca.

Have your say

Share your feedback:

  • Submit a question below
  • Fill out the budget survey below
  • Submit your ideas to your Ward Councillor
  • Follow and communicate with us on Facebook and Twitter @ottawacity, using the hashtag #OttBudget
  • Call 3-1-1 (TTY: 613-580-2401). Rural residents call 613-580-2400
  • Accessible formats and communication supports are available, upon request

Opportunities for participation in our budget process

The draft budget is developed in the summer and fall. During this time, members of the community can provide input by asking questions, communicating with the Mayor and Council, and completing surveys. There are Councillor led public consultation sessions for you to share your views with Council. A list of sessions that were held is available on this page.

The draft budget presentation and web cast is Wednesday, November 3, 2021. If you are interested in the budget of a specific City service, the City Services chart will show you where to look. Draft budget books are published on Ottawa.ca.

Each standing committee or board will review the budget of specific service areas that reports to them. These meeting dates are published on this page, and on Ottawa.ca. At the meetings, there is an opportunity for community delegations to register and make a brief presentation to the Standing Committee.

On Wednesday, December 8, 2021 Council will approve the 2022 budget. The budget books are updated, and posted on Ottawa.ca.

City services and standing committee/external board reporting structure

A list of all City Services, the department name, and the Standing Committee that reviews the budget is provided on this page if you wish to look at specific budget details. The list will indicate which standing committee will review the budget of a specific service.

For more budget information, visit Ottawa.ca.

It's your city and your budget, so we want to hear from you! Your feedback helps inform the City’s budget priorities and contributes to decisions about investments in services that you want and need. Using this online tool, you can ask questions, or share ideas about the budget.

How the City budget works

Watch a short video and learn the basics of how the City budget works.

For more information on understanding the City budget, visit Ottawa.ca.

Have your say

Share your feedback:

  • Submit a question below
  • Fill out the budget survey below
  • Submit your ideas to your Ward Councillor
  • Follow and communicate with us on Facebook and Twitter @ottawacity, using the hashtag #OttBudget
  • Call 3-1-1 (TTY: 613-580-2401). Rural residents call 613-580-2400
  • Accessible formats and communication supports are available, upon request

Opportunities for participation in our budget process

The draft budget is developed in the summer and fall. During this time, members of the community can provide input by asking questions, communicating with the Mayor and Council, and completing surveys. There are Councillor led public consultation sessions for you to share your views with Council. A list of sessions that were held is available on this page.

The draft budget presentation and web cast is Wednesday, November 3, 2021. If you are interested in the budget of a specific City service, the City Services chart will show you where to look. Draft budget books are published on Ottawa.ca.

Each standing committee or board will review the budget of specific service areas that reports to them. These meeting dates are published on this page, and on Ottawa.ca. At the meetings, there is an opportunity for community delegations to register and make a brief presentation to the Standing Committee.

On Wednesday, December 8, 2021 Council will approve the 2022 budget. The budget books are updated, and posted on Ottawa.ca.

City services and standing committee/external board reporting structure

A list of all City Services, the department name, and the Standing Committee that reviews the budget is provided on this page if you wish to look at specific budget details. The list will indicate which standing committee will review the budget of a specific service.

For more budget information, visit Ottawa.ca.

Page last updated: 06 December 2021, 14:46