King aims for 0% tax increase in 2022 budget
Virtual public information session is scheduled for Nov. 9
Oct. 13, 2021
King Township is aiming for a zero per cent increase to its annual property tax for 2022.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, the township has kept its portion of the annual property tax increase as close as possible to zero per cent.
“We are fortunate to live in a beautiful township with a high quality of life and excellent municipal services,” said Mayor Steve Pellegrini. “King Township is fiscally responsible and is committed to keeping the township portion of the annual municipal tax at zero per cent. King held the line on taxes in 2021 due to the impacts of COVID-19 and we continue to be committed to reducing the stress on our taxpayers.”
A survey to gather public feedback on the 2022 budget is available on SpeaKing, at speaking.king.ca until Nov. 1.
King Township has scheduled a virtual public information session for Nov. 9 for residents who want to learn more about the preliminary draft 2022 budget.
The session will allow everyone to review the draft budget and provide feedback to township staff.
Residents are able to participate virtually by preregistering in advance with the finance department by emailing Peggy Tollett at firstname.lastname@example.org.
After the virtual public information session, King council will consider the draft 2022 budgets (operating and capital) and business plan at a committee of the whole meeting on Nov. 15. The bylaw will be considered for adoption on the same day at a council meeting. Budget adoption may be deferred to the Nov. 29 council meeting at the discretion of council.
The draft budget documents will be available at king.ca on Nov. 1. The staff report will be available for review on king.ca as of Nov. 10. Residents can also contact Peggy Tollett at email@example.com for further information.
Interested residents are able to participate virtually to ask questions or comment on the draft budget.