Your City, Your Dollar: 2020 Municipal Budget

Each year, the City of Lloydminster develops a budget that accounts for anticipated expenses and revenues and allocates funds to meet the needs of the municipality. Once approved by Lloydminster City Council, Administration uses the budget as a benchmark to control the fiscal operations of the municipality.

Last year's Your City, Your Dollar Budget Engagement Campaign allowed Council and Administration to better understand how you would allocated funds. This year's campaign will once again ask residents to provide feedback on their community priorities and desired service levels.

View the 2018 public engagement findings.

What role do my taxes play in the budget process?

Taxes are used as as a cost-recovery system. This meaning residents pay their annual taxes based on the assessed values of their homes and businesses to help off-set the cost of infrastructure such as sewer and water systems, recreation facilities as well as utilities and municipal programs. In 2019 your taxes were allocated as pictured in graphic.

With your contributions to the Your City, Your Dollar campaign, we can continue to allocate tax funds to your preferred service areas!

Sign up for the Community Engagement Newsletter where you can more about upcoming opportunities to share your voice on the municipal budget and other projects!


In late Fall of 2020, City Council approved the municipal budget. View the approved 2020 Budget.

Each year, the City of Lloydminster develops a budget that accounts for anticipated expenses and revenues and allocates funds to meet the needs of the municipality. Once approved by Lloydminster City Council, Administration uses the budget as a benchmark to control the fiscal operations of the municipality.

Last year's Your City, Your Dollar Budget Engagement Campaign allowed Council and Administration to better understand how you would allocated funds. This year's campaign will once again ask residents to provide feedback on their community priorities and desired service levels.

View the 2018 public engagement findings.

What role do my taxes play in the budget process?

Taxes are used as as a cost-recovery system. This meaning residents pay their annual taxes based on the assessed values of their homes and businesses to help off-set the cost of infrastructure such as sewer and water systems, recreation facilities as well as utilities and municipal programs. In 2019 your taxes were allocated as pictured in graphic.

With your contributions to the Your City, Your Dollar campaign, we can continue to allocate tax funds to your preferred service areas!

Sign up for the Community Engagement Newsletter where you can more about upcoming opportunities to share your voice on the municipal budget and other projects!


In late Fall of 2020, City Council approved the municipal budget. View the approved 2020 Budget.

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