City seeks feedback on 2016 budget

The City of Victoria is seeking public input on what they should spend their money on in 2016.

  • Jan. 13, 2016 6:00 p.m.

The City of Victoria is seeking public input on what they should spend their money on in 2016.

City council has already given preliminary approval to the draft financial plan, which includes an operating budget of $221 million and capital budget of $51.2 million.

Budget highlights include $10.4 million for transportation (bike lanes, crosswalks), $68 million in public safety (police, fire and bylaw), $16.4 million in city parks and recreation facilities and $1.4 million in public art, festivals and special events.

The online survey can be found at victoria.ca/budget.

 

 

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