City Budget 2021

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At a special regular meeting on February 22, 2021, New Westminster City Council adopted the 2021-2025 Financial Plan. Click here to view the meeting recording.



The City of New Westminster is in the process of completing its draft 2021-2025 Financial Plan. As part of the public consultation process, a budget information package, including the draft 2021-2025 Financial Plan, is available here for review (you can also find the report in the Documents menu on the right-hand side of this page, or below for mobile users). Members of the public are invited to review and provide written comments on the Financial Plan.

The draft Financial Plan will be presented to Council for three readings and adoption at a Special Regular Council meeting on February 22, 2021 at 5:00 pm.

OPPORTUNITY TO BE HEARD

There are multiple ways to provide your input on the plan:

  1. Provide your comments on this page - scroll down and click on the "Comments" tab. Please note: you need to be a registered user and signed in to provide comments through this platform.
  2. Provide your comments by email to: nwfinance@newwestcity.ca
  3. Provide written comments by dropping off at the mailbox on the north side of City Hall, attention CFO/Director of Finance, or by post: Attn: CFO/Director of Finance, City of New Westminster, 511 Royal Avenue, New Westminster, BC, V3L 1H9
  4. Call 604-527-4523 for an appointment to record a short video to share with Council and on the City’s website.
  5. Speak at the Feb. 22 meeting by computer, smart device or phone via Zoom. Click here for more information, and email clerks@newwestcity.ca to register to speak.

At a special regular meeting on February 22, 2021, New Westminster City Council adopted the 2021-2025 Financial Plan. Click here to view the meeting recording.



The City of New Westminster is in the process of completing its draft 2021-2025 Financial Plan. As part of the public consultation process, a budget information package, including the draft 2021-2025 Financial Plan, is available here for review (you can also find the report in the Documents menu on the right-hand side of this page, or below for mobile users). Members of the public are invited to review and provide written comments on the Financial Plan.

The draft Financial Plan will be presented to Council for three readings and adoption at a Special Regular Council meeting on February 22, 2021 at 5:00 pm.

OPPORTUNITY TO BE HEARD

There are multiple ways to provide your input on the plan:

  1. Provide your comments on this page - scroll down and click on the "Comments" tab. Please note: you need to be a registered user and signed in to provide comments through this platform.
  2. Provide your comments by email to: nwfinance@newwestcity.ca
  3. Provide written comments by dropping off at the mailbox on the north side of City Hall, attention CFO/Director of Finance, or by post: Attn: CFO/Director of Finance, City of New Westminster, 511 Royal Avenue, New Westminster, BC, V3L 1H9
  4. Call 604-527-4523 for an appointment to record a short video to share with Council and on the City’s website.
  5. Speak at the Feb. 22 meeting by computer, smart device or phone via Zoom. Click here for more information, and email clerks@newwestcity.ca to register to speak.

  • What We Heard: Budget 2021 Public Engagement Summary Report

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    27 days ago

    The What We Heard Public Engagement Summary Report is now available. Check out the report for more information about the Budget 2021 survey results, including themes from the open-text (written) feedback and analysis of participant demographics.

    The full survey report with all participants' verbatim comments is also available - find the link in the Documents section on the right of this page.

    The What We Heard Public Engagement Summary Report is now available. Check out the report for more information about the Budget 2021 survey results, including themes from the open-text (written) feedback and analysis of participant demographics.

    The full survey report with all participants' verbatim comments is also available - find the link in the Documents section on the right of this page.

  • Budget 101 Webinar

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    4 months ago

    Want to learn more about the different components of the City's budget, how the budget relates to you as a community member, and how COVID-19 is impacting City finances? Check out our Budget 101 Webinar, which was held on September 24, 2020.

    (We suggest skipping to 7 minutes, 45 seconds in the recording to watch the budget overview presentation.)

    Click here to view the presentation slides.

    Want to learn more about the different components of the City's budget, how the budget relates to you as a community member, and how COVID-19 is impacting City finances? Check out our Budget 101 Webinar, which was held on September 24, 2020.

    (We suggest skipping to 7 minutes, 45 seconds in the recording to watch the budget overview presentation.)

    Click here to view the presentation slides.