myBrantford | myServices
The results are in! Citizens and taxpayers in the City of Brantford were asked for input about City services and the proposed Taxpayers’ Bill of Rights through a survey that was available from August 1 to September 30, 2012. Click to see the survey results in myBrantford.ca.
The purpose of this community consultation was to gather information from citizens and taxpayers. The myBrantford | myServices survey asked questions about:
- City services and priorities, and how money should be spent to provide the services citizens and taxpayers value the most and want now and in the future
- the proposed Taxpayers’ Bill of Rights, which outlines when the City must consult the public on budget matters and how budget and cost information is provided to the public
The City provides over 190 services with an annual operating budget of $119.2 million (2012). By reviewing City services and encouraging input from taxpayers and citizens, Council will be in a position to better understand the services valued most by the community for consideration during the budget process.
The survey allowed participants to rate City service areas and allowed feedback on the proposed Tax Payers Bill of Rights. The City continues to be committed to being open, transparent, accountable and responsive. As part of that commitment, the results of the survey have been provided. Click to see the survey results in myBrantford.ca.