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Long range Financial Plans

Financial documents that have an impact on the municipal budget or outline the City’s financial position include the Long Range Financial Plan.  The LRFP documents are listed below (from recent to older).  The Agenda, Minutes and Motions should all be considered in the review:



Long Range Financial Plan V

Long Range Financial Plan IV


Older Reports

Long-Range Financial Plan III (Part 1 and Part 2) - description below
A report that is part of the City's financial planning and budget process. LRFP III makes Ottawa's current financial picture clear and accessible to residents, businesses and elected officials. It provides elected officials with essential information for making decisions that are both financially responsible and responsive to community needs.

Long-Range Financial Plan II- description below
A report, endorsed by City Council on December 8, 2004, that identifies the nature and magnitude of the financial challenges facing the rate-supported programs of the City of Ottawa.

Long-Range Financial Plan: First Steps (LRFP) -description below
A report, endorsed by City Council on October 23, 2002, that examines the City's operating and capital budget needs for the next 10 years, from 2002 to 2011. It outlines the challenges facing the City due to growth and limits on our ability to generate revenue, and sets out a financial road map for securing a solid financial future. 

Report of the Long-Range Financial Plan Subcommittee -description below
A report, developed by the City's LRFP Subcommittee and endorsed by City Council on October 23, 2002, that outlines long-term pay-as-you-go, reserve fund and capital forecast strategies for the City.

Long-Range Financial Plan III - Part 1 and Part 2

Long-Range Financial Plan III
(Part 1 and Part 2):
Financial profile of the City of Ottawa

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Long-Range Financial Plan: First Steps

We all know Ottawa is a wonderful place to live. Over the past 20 years the city's population has increased more than 40 per cent. Economic growth in cities drives the success of the national economy and creates significant tax revenue for both the federal and provincial governments.

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