2022 Financial Plan - Concluded

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Consultation has concluded


The CRD prepares a financial plan each year outlining resources required to deliver services, initiatives and capital programs while adjusting to current conditions. The financial plan consists of individual service budgets, some of which are recommended directly through standing committees of the CRD Board, and others which are recommended by sub-regional or local service commissions with various degrees of delegated authority.

The Capital Regional District (CRD) Board reviewed and approved the provisional Financial Plan for 2022 on October 27, 2021. Questions and comments received about the provisional plan were shared with the Board for consideration ahead of and as part of the final plan review and approval process. A summary is available here.

On March 16, 2022 the CRD Board reviewed and approved the final 2022 Financial Plan.

For details and additional information, please visit www.crd.bc.ca/budget.


The CRD prepares a financial plan each year outlining resources required to deliver services, initiatives and capital programs while adjusting to current conditions. The financial plan consists of individual service budgets, some of which are recommended directly through standing committees of the CRD Board, and others which are recommended by sub-regional or local service commissions with various degrees of delegated authority.

The Capital Regional District (CRD) Board reviewed and approved the provisional Financial Plan for 2022 on October 27, 2021. Questions and comments received about the provisional plan were shared with the Board for consideration ahead of and as part of the final plan review and approval process. A summary is available here.

On March 16, 2022 the CRD Board reviewed and approved the final 2022 Financial Plan.

For details and additional information, please visit www.crd.bc.ca/budget.

Consultation has concluded

If you have a question about the service and financial planning process, feel free to sign in and ask! We will aim to reply within 5 business days, depending on the complexity of your query.

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    How does the Climate Action Strategy protect the interests of people with disabilities? Often, such strategies make it more difficult for people who rely on private vehicles and who have low incomes. TDM and Complete Streets initiatives assume that people can change their transportation modes (walk and bike and use transit more) but it's not true for everyone. I don't see anything to require avoiding unintended negative impacts on vulnerable populations. What will prevent these negative consequences?

    Nibor asked about 1 year ago

    Thanks for the question. One of the guiding principles of the CRD’s new Climate Action Strategy is equity.  More specifically, that all actions within the plan are inclusive and accessible to residents across the region—particularly to support those most vulnerable to the impacts of climate change.  This principle will continue to guide how CRD staff refine and implement this plan in collaboration with all levels of government, including municipalities, who are responsible for the infrastructure within their boundaries. For more information about the strategy, please visit www.crd.bc.ca/climate