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2019 Comprehensive Budget Document

2019 Budget

2019 Budget Highlights

The Council-approved 2019 Budget focuses on providing key community infrastructure and service enhancements while keeping overall tax increases reasonable in Caledon. 

The approved 2019 budget has a 2.41% increase overall, including Region of Peel and Education tax impacts which equates to a yearly increase of $119.39 for a typical residential property assessed at $590,000.

Typical 2018 Residential Assessment of $590,000*


Property Tax Bill

Estimated 2019 Property Tax Bill


$ Change


% Change

 Town  $2,205.17  $2,332.81  $127.64  5.79%
 Broadband Levy  $10.43  $10.22  ($0.21)  (2.01%)
 Region**  $1,737.73  $1,729.69  ($8.04)  (0.5%)
 School Board***  $1,003.00  $1,003.00  $0.00  0%
Total $4,956.33 $5,075.72 $119.39 2.41%

* Based on the MPAC assessments from 2016 and the assessment value’s used for Property Tax Billing
** Based on Region of Peel’s 2019 net tax levy increase of 2.7%, which was approved by Regional Council on January 31, 2019. The impact to Caledon is adjusted for the 2019 Caledon Ontario Provincial Police budget.
*** Assumes zero. Budget is not passed until March/April 2019

Additional highlights

  • $2.8 million to start the construction of $10.7 million term of Council project to expand the Caledon East Community Complex which will include a new gym, fitness centre, walking track and community room.
  • $23.0 million in the Roads Capital Program and $2.4 million in the Bridge Capital Program.
  • Funding to phase-in a public transit service in 2019 following completion of the Transit Feasibility Study.
  • $0.6 million to refurbish the Albion Bolton Library Branch to better service Caledon residents.
  • $1.8 million for Phase 3 of the Johnston Sports Park featuring a full-size lit soccer pitch and a shade structure
  • Annual funding towards a new service level to assist in the Beautification of Village Cores with new and standardized holiday lighting
  • Introduction of a new asphalt walkway replacement program
  • Continuation of the Broadband Levy: The special levy proposed for Broadband will generate $0.3 million per year which will allow the Town to pursue the build out of broadband infrastructure and includes an additional 50 hotspot devices for the Caledon Library’s Hot Spot Lending Program.

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