Outside photo of Prince George's City Hall in the late summer.

2024 Regular Council Budget Meetings

After two days of deliberations, City Council voted on and passed a 6.78% tax levy in the 2024 municipal budget on January 23, 2024. A representative home in Prince George valued at $460,049 will see an increase of roughly $172.89 this year over the previous year’s bill (a 1% increase in taxes translates to approximately $25.50 for the representative household). Read the full story. 

Find out more about the results of public budget consultation, our infrastructure story, how we compare to other cities, and proposed capital projects.

Documents and resources

Our finance department maintains the City's financial health. Its tasks include budget preparation and analysis, legislated reporting, asset accounting, accounts payable and receivable, property tax calculation and collection, and revenue collection.

Documents and Plans

Statements of Financial Information (SOFI)

The Statements of Financial Information report is a legislated requirement for all British Columbia municipalities. The report includes:

  • The municipality's audited financial statements and schedules regarding remuneration paid to the Mayor and Council.
  • A listing of the municipal employees and their positions who have remuneration over the threshold amount of $75,000.
  • Amounts paid to suppliers of goods and/or services to which the municipality paid a total exceeding $25,000.
  • All grants awarded by the municipality to not-for-profit organizations for the reporting year.

SOFI reports

Capital Plan Amendments