Municipalities in Ontario provide a number of services for its residents. In order to pay for these services, municipalities must develop an annual budget to plan for yearly expenses and ensure that the needs of the residents are balanced with the available resources.
In Dorion, the Clerk-Treasurer is responsible for handling the financial affairs of the township. These duties include preparing the budget, collecting and managing all money received on behalf of the township (through taxes and other sources), paying expenses related to township activities including services, and maintaining records and accounts.
In order to develop a long-term plan, Dorion commissioned “The Asset Management Plan for Dorion, 2016” which is used as a strategic financial document to help maintain this balance between services and resources.
Click on the link above to read the full plan.
2008 Financial Statement
2009 Financial Statement
2010 Financial Statement
2011 Financial Statement
2012 Financial Statement
2013 Financial Statement
2014 Financial Statement
2015 Financial Statement
2016 Financial Statement
2017 Financial Statement
More information on Property Taxes can be found here.
All property assessments are conducted by the Municipal Property Assessment Corporation (MPAC).