Pre-Budget 2021 Consultation

This is phase 2 of our public consultation for Pre-Budget 2021. Thank you to everyone who has participated and provided feedback so far. Based on the results of the first survey, we are digging deeper to get more feedback about the services that are most important to residents and what that means for the 2021 Budget. View the results.

2020 is a uniquely challenging year for the City’s budget with the unprecedented financial impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. Our first Pre-Budget Survey in July gave the City valuable insight into the extent of this impact on Regina residents as well as what your priorities and expectations are for the City’s 2021 budget planning.

We continue to monitor the City’s financial position and manage costs to ensure a balanced budget. It is expected that COVID-19 will continue to negatively impact the City’s revenues and expenditures in both 2021 and 2022.

The City’s General Fund has an annual operating and capital budget of $582 million, approximately 57 per cent of which is funded through property taxes. This budget funds many services that our residents rely on every day through its 60 lines of business. Our budget planning involves looking for efficiencies and ways to reduce spending. It also involves prioritizing affordability for residents and continuing to make strategic capital investments in roads, public safety recreation and culture, and City facilities to support current needs and long-term growth of the community.

This is phase 2 of our public consultation for Pre-Budget 2021. Thank you to everyone who has participated and provided feedback so far. Based on the results of the first survey, we are digging deeper to get more feedback about the services that are most important to residents and what that means for the 2021 Budget. View the results.

2020 is a uniquely challenging year for the City’s budget with the unprecedented financial impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. Our first Pre-Budget Survey in July gave the City valuable insight into the extent of this impact on Regina residents as well as what your priorities and expectations are for the City’s 2021 budget planning.

We continue to monitor the City’s financial position and manage costs to ensure a balanced budget. It is expected that COVID-19 will continue to negatively impact the City’s revenues and expenditures in both 2021 and 2022.

The City’s General Fund has an annual operating and capital budget of $582 million, approximately 57 per cent of which is funded through property taxes. This budget funds many services that our residents rely on every day through its 60 lines of business. Our budget planning involves looking for efficiencies and ways to reduce spending. It also involves prioritizing affordability for residents and continuing to make strategic capital investments in roads, public safety recreation and culture, and City facilities to support current needs and long-term growth of the community.

  • Based on the results of the first survey, we are digging deeper to get more feedback about the services that are most important to residents and what that means for the 2021 Budget. Please complete this survey by October 4.

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  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    As we finalize the 2021 budget, we want to hear what your priorities and expectations are for the year ahead. 

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