Budget 2022

The City of Regina provides more than 60 lines of business that residents use every day to live, move, connect and grow in our community. Our budget planning involves looking for efficiencies and ways to reduce spending. It also involves working to ensure programs and services are reliable and affordable while continuing to make strategic capital investments in roads, public safety, recreation and culture, and City facilities to support Regina’s current needs and long-term growth.

The COVID-19 pandemic is expected to impact the 2022 Budget. As those impacts become more clear throughout the remainder of this year, our budget planning will need to address them accordingly.

The City’s General Fund has an annual operating and capital budget of $613 million, more than half of which is funded through property taxes. Changes to the City’s revenue and expenses requires trade-offs in planning the budget. For example, a reduction in revenue from property taxes would require reduced spending to maintain status quo. This could happen from a reduction in City services, staffing levels or capital investment.

As we prepare the 2022 budget, we want to hear what your priorities and expectations are for the year ahead.

The City of Regina provides more than 60 lines of business that residents use every day to live, move, connect and grow in our community. Our budget planning involves looking for efficiencies and ways to reduce spending. It also involves working to ensure programs and services are reliable and affordable while continuing to make strategic capital investments in roads, public safety, recreation and culture, and City facilities to support Regina’s current needs and long-term growth.

The COVID-19 pandemic is expected to impact the 2022 Budget. As those impacts become more clear throughout the remainder of this year, our budget planning will need to address them accordingly.

The City’s General Fund has an annual operating and capital budget of $613 million, more than half of which is funded through property taxes. Changes to the City’s revenue and expenses requires trade-offs in planning the budget. For example, a reduction in revenue from property taxes would require reduced spending to maintain status quo. This could happen from a reduction in City services, staffing levels or capital investment.

As we prepare the 2022 budget, we want to hear what your priorities and expectations are for the year ahead.

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    As we prepare and finalize the 2022 budget, we want to hear what your priorities and expectations are for the year ahead. Please participate before midnight August 6, 2021.

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