Halton Region's Annual Financial Report

Halton Region’s 2015 Financial Report cover

Halton Region’s Annual Financial Report demonstrates how we invest in the future while keeping property taxes low and preserving our AAA credit rating. Halton’s financial reporting practices highlight the Region’s achievements, providing insight into our prudent budgetary and financial management practices.

The report provides an in-depth analysis of the Region’s financial picture for 2016. It includes audited financial statements from the past year and highlights Regional initiatives, accomplishments and performance statistics.

To learn more about Halton Region’s 2016 Annual Financial Report or request a hard copy, please contact us.

Highlights of investments:

  • Halton Region has currently budgeted over $4.1 billion in infrastructure capital over the next 10 years, which includes $2.2 billion in water and wastewater investments.
  • Halton Region’s 10-year transportation capital program is $1.5 billion, an increase of $735.7 million from the 2007 10-year capital program.
  • Halton Region plans to invest $90 million in our social infrastructure through our 10-year Comprehensive Housing Strategy (2014-2024), which provides government assisted housing options for low income residents.
  • Since 2007, we have expanded our Paramedic Services adding 51 new positions and four new stations to meet the increasing demand in the community.
  • The Halton Region Community Investment Fund (HRCIF) provides over $2 million in funding annually for one-year and multi-year grants to non-profit social service and community health programs that support the health, wellbeing and safety of Halton residents. In 2016, we expanded HRCIF to create a new funding stream that provides over $200,000 to non-profit and community organizations working on projects to improve access to sufficient, safe and nutritious food.