Burlington asks residents for input on 2022 budget

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Published September 20, 2021 at 11:12 am

The City of Burlington is currently asking residents for input on municipal services and the information collected will be used in the drafting of the 2022 municipal budget.

An online voluntary survey is open now and can be found on the city’s website. The brief questionnaire is expected to take five minutes to complete.

“Information collected from this budget survey will help provide a better understanding of how well municipal services are valued, and which ones are a priority for residents. The results of this survey will be shared with City Council for consideration during their review of the budget,” the website reads.

Questions range from asking participants to weigh in on how their tax dollars are being spent to asking for input on emergency services and infrastructure in the city. The survey also asks residents to identify what they believe to be the largest issues facing their communities.

Printed copies of the survey are available and can be found on the city’s website as well.

“Have your say to ensure we’re investing our community’s dollars where they’re needed most,” the site reads.

Information gathered will be shared at city council on a later date.

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