Was there any public input in the preparation of this budget?

The period for public input begins on February 27, 2019 and runs until March 12, 2019.

The public is encouraged to submit their comments as follows:

  • In writing to 216 Mackenzie Avenue

  • By mail to Box 170, Revelstoke, BC, V0E 2S0

  • Via email to budget@revelstoke.ca

  • In person at the Public Consultation meeting to be held on March 7, 2019 at 3pm in Council Chambers at Suite 102 – 103 Second Street East.

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1. What impact will the 2019 budget have on homeowners?
2. Was there any public input in the preparation of this budget?
3. What is the business planning & budget process?
4. What is the difference between the operating budget and the capital budget?
5. Besides property taxes, what other sources of funding does the City have?
6. How do Revelstoke’s property taxes compare with other nearby municipalities?
7. What is the annual operating budget for the City?
8. How is the operating budget funded?
9. What’s new in the 2019 budget?
10. Why is the property tax increase more than the Consumer Price Index?
11. Why does the City need a tax increase?
12. What does the City do to control or reduce costs?
13. Will next year’s tax increase be lower?
14. With all the growth, why do we need a tax increase?