On March 8, 2022, Council for the Township of North Dundas officially adopted the 2022 Municipal budget. This year’s budget has some major infrastructure upgrades including:
- $3.145 million for roadways, bridges and culverts. Replacing the Cayer Road bridge and reconstructing sections of Clark Road and Development Road are planned projects.
- $1 million for roof repairs on the Joel Steele arena.
- $84K for upgrades to various municipal parks (including ball diamonds and tennis courts) and $445K for the first stage of the development of a new park and outdoor rink in Hallville.
The approved 2022 Municipal Budget includes a taxation levy of $7.2 million – a 5.3% increase to the residential tax rate over the previous year. This follows a 1.1% decrease in 2021.
How will this impact homeowners? A home valued at $300K will have a tax increase of $5.32/month, and a $400k home will see an increase of $7.09/month.
To view the full agenda package from the last Regular Council Meeting, visit: www.northdundas.com/eScribe.
If you have questions regarding the 2022 Municipal Budget, contact the Township office directly by calling 613-774-2105.