How Does It Impact You?

The 3.0% tax increase contained in the 2017 Budget amounted to an average of $45 more, for the full year, per City of West Kelowna residential property (based on an assessment of $400,000).

As in past years, the tax increase was required to continue to maintain healthy reserve levels, to ensure adequate funding continued to be available to upgrade or replace ageing infrastructure and equipment over the next several years.

Take A Look at the Draft 2017 Budget


The 2017 to 2026 Financial Plan includes the 2017 Budget, proposed infrastructure projects for the year ahead and the 2017 to 2026 Capital Plan and can be viewed at:

2017 Budget Cover - CWK Image