Budget 2022

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Let's talk budget 2022


The District of Squamish is seeking community input on the draft Five-Year Financial Plan for 2022 to 2026.

The plan proposes a property tax revenue requirement increase of 4.07% in 2022 to fund projects and services required to meet the growth pressures, facility renewal and demand for services that Squamish currently faces. Although the BC Assessment property assessment value notices are not yet available, and Council has not set the property tax rates, it is expected that the average residential property tax increase will be approximately $91.

We invite you to get involved. Ask a question, participate in a discussion forum, join Council for a coffee, or use the links provided here to learn more about the budgeting process.

The budget impacts all of us, every day. Let's talk about it.

View comments from the community and a summary of public engagement here

Explore the Budget with our Interactive Tool (click here)


The District of Squamish is seeking community input on the draft Five-Year Financial Plan for 2022 to 2026.

The plan proposes a property tax revenue requirement increase of 4.07% in 2022 to fund projects and services required to meet the growth pressures, facility renewal and demand for services that Squamish currently faces. Although the BC Assessment property assessment value notices are not yet available, and Council has not set the property tax rates, it is expected that the average residential property tax increase will be approximately $91.

We invite you to get involved. Ask a question, participate in a discussion forum, join Council for a coffee, or use the links provided here to learn more about the budgeting process.

The budget impacts all of us, every day. Let's talk about it.

View comments from the community and a summary of public engagement here

Explore the Budget with our Interactive Tool (click here)

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Page last updated: 30 November 2021, 12:56