long-term financial plan

Get Involved: Toronto’s Long-Term Financial Plan

The first phase of the public consultation on Toronto’s Long-Term Financial Plan concluded in December 2016. The results of this phase can be found at the bottom of this page.

The city is now launching the second phase of public consultations. Members of the public are invited to participate in an interactive afternoon of workshops and discussions at Toronto City Hall (100 Queen St. W.) on Saturday, April 22 from 1p.m.-5p.m. This session will provide opportunities for the public to provide input on how City Hall can both balance its books and its long-term priorities.

An online survey will also be available from April 22 to May 14.

Click here for more information about consultations on the Long-Term Financial Plan.

Have Your Say: Toronto’s Long-Term Financial Plan

As you may know, the City of Toronto is currently in the process of renewing and updating its Long-Term Financial Plan – and we want your input!

The Long-Term Financial Plan is a road map that will the guide the city’s investments so that we can build the city Torontonians want.

City Council has adopted economic, social and environmental strategies to move our city forward. However, we need a strategic plan that articulates our priorities, outlines our revenue and spending targets and establishes a transparent planning process so that we can make sound, fiscally-responsible investments in Toronto’s future.

This winter and spring, the city will embark on the second phase of public consultations. In particular, we want your feedback on the city’s long-term financial direction as well as how we can strengthen governance, financial management and oversight of the city’s programs and agencies.

Head to www.InvestingInTO.ca for more information on the city’s Long-Term Financial Plan and the fiscal challenges currently facing Toronto.

Click here to sign up for updates and learn about upcoming consultation sessions. You can also get involved by following @GetInvolvedTO on Twitter and using the hashtag #InvestingInTO.