The municipality uses several tools to measure its financial position starting from the budgeting exercise, the auditing by an external firm and the annual Financial Information Report that it submits to the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing.
Asset Management Plan
If you require any additional information regarding the Asset Management Plan, please contact the office at the telephone number 613-774-2105.
Click on the links below to access the Township of North Dundas’ budget information for the year 2004 onwards.
Audited Financial Statements
Click on the links below to access the Township of North Dundas’ Audited Financial Statements for the year 2003 onwards.
Reporting of Financial Information
The Municipal Performance Measurement Program was announced by the Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing in October of 2000. It is “designed to provide taxpayers with useful information on service delivery and municipalities with a tool to improve those services over time.” The Financial Information Report is the main data collection tool used by the Ministry to collect financial and statistical information on municipalities.
The ministry’s goals are to:
- promote better local services, continuous improvement in service delivery and clear government accountability;
- improve taxpayer awareness of municipal service delivery; and
- compare costs and level of performances of municipal services both internally, year to year, and externally among municipalities.
Although municipalities will be reporting on the same measures, comparison between municipalities may be difficult. Factors such as the level of service set by the municipality and the geographic size and location of the municipality will impact comparisons between municipalities. This program will be most valuable in comparing the results of the municipality year over year to determine if improvements are being made.
Click on the links below to access the Township of North Dundas’ Financial Information Reporting for the year 2000 onwards.
Click here to refer to the Province Of Ontario’s Open Government Licence for the uses allowable for this information.