Council approves the Township of Springwater's budget on an annual basis. The capital budget covers building and rebuilding things such as roads, municipal facilities, or buying new vehicles. The operating budget covers the daily expenses of delivering municipal services, such as salaries and wages, supplies and energy costs.
| Springwater Council approved the 2021 Budget with a 0% tax increase over 2020 rates.
For an average home in Springwater assessed at $485,046, the approved blended rate amounts to an annual increase of $0.00 over 2020 levels.
| The Township’s budget totals $44.4 million:
The Long Range Financial Plan guides growth management and financial sustainability over time. Our Asset Management Plan and Asset Management Policy help us anticipate infrastructure needs, building and other land improvements, and replacement of vehicles, machinery and equipment.
Long Range Financial Plan update
Springwater has retained Watson & Associates to update the Long Range Financial Plan to assist the Township with the financial evaluation of anticipated growth in the municipality.
The Long Range Financial Plan aims to address the capital infrastructure needs and timing for tax-supported Township services, as well as rate-supported services such as water and wastewater. It will also determine capital financing; operating costs for infrastructure and services to accommodate new population and employment; comments on the potential impact on taxpayers over the planning horizon and provide the impacts of growth on the Township’s debt capacity
Presentations and Reports:
Springwater Long Range Financial Plan - Watson & Associates - January 20, 2021
Audited financial statements
Staff work with independent auditors to prepare audited financial statements. These reports examine our financial records and accompanying disclosures.
|Audited financial statements|