The responsibilities of the Treasury Department include the preparation of the annual budget and five-year capital plan, budget administration, tax rate calculations, capital financing and debenturing, management of municipal funds, coordination of the year-end audit, financial statement preparation and reporting, payroll processing, benefits administration, accounts payable and bulk purchasing, financial reporting to Council and assistance to all departments on financial matters.
2017 Budget Presentation
TR-2017-7 Budget 2017 Approval
Notice of Intent to Adopt 2017 Municipal Budget
Budget 2017 – Public Meeting March 30, 2017 – Budget Documents
Budget Meeting Agenda 2017 03 10.pdf
Outside Organization presentations:
Midland Public Library
Economic Development Corporation of North Simcoe 2017 Work Plan (EDCNS)
Severn Sound Envrionmental Association (SSEA)
Audited Financial Statements - 2016
Audited Financial Statements - 2015
Audited Financial Statements - 2014
Audited Financial Statements - 2013
Town of Midland Asset Management Plan for the years 2014 to 2033
Municipal Performance Dashboard
Municipal Performance Dashboard (2015)
Financial Information Return (FIR)
The Financial Information Return (*FIR) is a standard set of year-end reports which capture financial and statistical information for each Municipality in the Province. Every Municipality in the Province will complete and submit a Financial Information Return to the Ministry each year.
*Use the above link to see Midland's Financial Information Return documents.