Budget 2019

Consultation has concluded

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The City of Kitchener budget is an annual financial plan comprised of two parts. The operating budget provides funding for day-to-day programs and services. The capital budget provides a 10-year forecast of one-time investments. A detailed breakdown of the 2019 Budget can be found here.


The City of Kitchener budget is an annual financial plan comprised of two parts. The operating budget provides funding for day-to-day programs and services. The capital budget provides a 10-year forecast of one-time investments. A detailed breakdown of the 2019 Budget can be found here.

Consultation has concluded
  • City of Kitchener approves 2019 budget

    8 months ago

    Kitchener council has approved the 2019 budget, authorizing a property tax increase of 2.25 per cent and a combined water utilities rate increase of 6.5 per cent. View a summary of community input and read more about the approved budget. Thank you for sharing your feedback!

    Kitchener council has approved the 2019 budget, authorizing a property tax increase of 2.25 per cent and a combined water utilities rate increase of 6.5 per cent. View a summary of community input and read more about the approved budget. Thank you for sharing your feedback!

  • Kitchener's 2019 Proposed Budget

    9 months ago

    The City of Kitchener has begun seeking public feedback on its proposed 2019 operating and capital budgets.

    Throughout the course of January we will be presenting these budgets to council and asking the community to weigh in on the priorities we've identified for 2019. Your feedback will be presented to council during Final Budget Day on Wednesday, Jan. 31 and taken into consideration as the budget is reviewed in its entirety.

    Your feedback provides valuable insight into how residents interact with our programs and services, and the survey takes less than five minutes to complete. We look forward...

    The City of Kitchener has begun seeking public feedback on its proposed 2019 operating and capital budgets.

    Throughout the course of January we will be presenting these budgets to council and asking the community to weigh in on the priorities we've identified for 2019. Your feedback will be presented to council during Final Budget Day on Wednesday, Jan. 31 and taken into consideration as the budget is reviewed in its entirety.

    Your feedback provides valuable insight into how residents interact with our programs and services, and the survey takes less than five minutes to complete. We look forward to hearing from you.