Budgets and Finances

In the Township of Douro-Dummer, we're committed to fiscal responsibility and transparency. Our staff is responsible for municipal taxation, financial reporting and all aspects of Township accounting services, including:

  • Accounts payable and receivable
  • Payroll
  • Asset management
  • Budgeting


View the 2024 Budget to find out about our financial priorities and to review the capital and operating budgets.

The 2024 budget aligns with the Township's efforts to adapt to changing demands, with major plans and studies in 2024, including the completion of a Strategic Plan, Fire Master Plan, Development Charge Study and Asset Management Plan; all of which will guide future decisions.

Capital budget

The capital budget is the annual forecast for financing capital projects and purchases including:

  • Land and land improvements
  • Buildings and building improvements
  • Equipment
  • Computer hardware and software
  • Vehicles and roads

Our goal is to have a responsible financial plan that will accommodate the future replacement of all Township assets.

Operating budget

The operating budget is the plan for day-to-day expenses in the Township including, but not limited to:

  • Salaries and wages
  • Mileage and travel
  • Contracted services
  • Materials and supplies
  • Repairs and maintenance
  • Minor capital items

The operating budget is funded by tax dollars, user fees and some provincial funding.

Past budgets

Review our past budgets:

Contact us to request the budget for a previous year.

User Fees and Charges

View our user fees and charges here.