The Finance Department is responsible for ensuring the financial well-being of the municipality. This is done through the provision of effective and reliable financial advice, services and information to Council, staff and the public. Over $8.4 million is collected annually from various sources including property taxes, utility payments, service charges and senior government grants. The Finance Department oversees the expenditure of these funds through the annual budget process.
In addition to collecting property taxes, which are administered by the District, the Finance Department is also responsible for collecting taxes for other authorities, including school taxes on behalf of School District #59, B.C.Assessment, the Municipal Finance Authority and the Peace River Regional District.
Financial functions also include accounts payable, purchasing goods and services, controlling inventory, payroll, the provision of property tax information, treasury services, budgeting and financial reporting.
2012 Annual Report
2013 Tax Rates
2013-2017 Financial Plan
Grant-in-Aid Policy and Application Form
Fee For Service Policy and Contract
Barry Elliott, Chief Financial Officer