Town of Midland Service Performance Statistics Submitted to Provincial Government annually
Municipal Performance Measurement Program (MPMP) was introduced by the province in the fall of 2000. It requires all municipalities in Ontario to file a report with the province and the public on financial performance for twelve core service areas: general government, fire, police, roadways, transit, wastewater, storm water, water, solid waste, parks and recreation, library services and land-use planning.
The province's objectives for MPMP are:
- To enhance accountability to taxpayers
- To increase taxpayer awareness
- To improve service delivery internally and against others
- To share best practices
MPMP - Reporting
Municipalities are required to inform their taxpayers of their MPMP results by September of the following year. Results are posted on the Town’s web site. Although the measures are standardized, there are limitations in comparing one municipality with another, as there can be numerous and/or significant operating differences between municipalities that must be considered.
The number of reporting measures have increased since program inception
|2006 - 2007||54 measures|
|2003 - 2002||40 measures|
Please note the parameters for some of the measures have changed such that not all measures are directly comparable between years.