Budget and Reporting

The Town of Plympton-Wyoming provides programs and services to the community based on an annual Operating and Capital budget.

Operating budget

The Operating budget outlines our spending plan for the upcoming year. This includes the day-to-day costs of running:

  • The Town
  • Fire services
  • Facilities, such as arenas, museums and libraries
  • Recreation programs
  • Road maintenance
  • By-law enforcement

Capital budget

The Capital budget outlines the Town of Plympton-Wyoming's plan for long-term projects. It includes infrastructure related work like road reconstruction, park improvements, fleet maintenance (fire trucks and snowplows), sidewalk maintenance and building projects.

Council reviews the budget to ensure the goals and priorities they have set are reflected in the budget. Once Council is satisfied with the budget, it is approved.

The budget is then used to calculate the Town's portion of the tax rate by property class. The Township's tax rates are then combined with the County of Lambton's tax rates and the Education tax rates from the Ontario Government, to calculate the annual tax rates for the properties in the Town.

Current and previous budgets

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Asset Management Plans and Policies