Today (fri) is the last day you can participate in the Citizen Budget.
That's the city's educational and interactive online tool where residents can have their say on the priorities most important to them, and on how the city allocates the municipal portion of property taxes. Essentially, the city is asking people if they should spend more, less, or the same amount on various key civic services. All of the public feedback gathered through the online budget, the in-person engagements that happened in May and June, and the results of the 2016 Civic Services Survey will be presented to City Council in July. Council and Administration will then go over the feedback before they tackle the budget in December. Citizen Budget is open until midnight. You can find it at saskatoon.ca/financial future.