Town of Innisfail - 2018 Budget

There will be no tax increase for Town of Innisfail ratepayers, according to Mayor Jim Romane. Town council approved the 2018 budget during the December 11th meeting.

The Town of Innisfail is ready for the New Year after approving the 2018 budget.
 
Town council gave the green light to an operating budget of $20.89 million dollars and a capital of $5 million, according to Mayor Jim Romane.
 
 
 
He says that is also accompanied by a zero percent tax rate increase.
 
 
He adds there is very little change in the overall tax assessment for the town as a whole.
 
Romane adds, the town is waiting to see what they get back for school requisitions from the province in the spring.
 
He says Innisfail was also able to maintain a comfortable reserve situation sitting at $13.7 million dollars.
 
Proposed budgets for 2019 and 2020 were also adopted.
 

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