Okotoks Town Council, acting as the Emergency Advisory Committee (EAC), voted in favour of the motion to uphold the Town’s implementation of the Province’s REP at the special EAC meeting (view here). The REP is implemented in the Okotoks…

Budget 2022

2022 Budget What We Heard Report

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What We Heard Report 

Thank you for participating in the Budget 2022 online survey!

About the Survey

Town residents and businesses were invited to provide input on the 2022 Municipal Budget through an online survey that launched June 1 and closed June 20, which will be the first budget approved by the new Council elected in October.

Administration and Council want to thank those who took the opportunity to complete the Budget 2022 survey. Community involvement is a priority for the Town of Okotoks and survey responses will help to shape the 2022 Budget so that it is able to support economic recovery while also meeting the community’s needs.

Information collected from this survey will help to inform Council to build the budget based on what the community values most. This survey identifies how public opinion and values are trending over time.

Town of Okotoks invites residents to complete the 2022 Budget survey

OKOTOKS, ALBERTA – The Town invites residents to provide input on the 2022 budget through an online survey launched May 31. The responses will assist the Town to develop a practical, transparent and responsible budget that reflects the vision of Okotokians. The information gathered through the survey will be shared with Council to help them build the budget, based on community priorities and values.

“The Town has made a commitment through Council's public participation policy to ensure the community has an opportunity for input into decisions that will have an impact on residents and businesses,” said Deputy Mayor Matt Rockley. “This information will be important, as the Budget 2022 will be the first budget approved by the new Council elected in October.

The survey will offer a quick pulse check on current satisfaction levels with Town-operated services, programs and facilities. The questions will also help to identify residents’ impressions around the value for property tax dollars in Okotoks, the Town’s economic response to COVID-19, and the priorities the community wants to focus on over the next four-year Council term.

We are checking back in now to focus more on what you value, what services you need most, and what your priorities are for your family and/or business,” said CAO Elaine Vincent. “We can only build the budget based upon the input you provide, so please take this opportunity to do so.”

The survey ends on June 20 with the results published in a What We Heard Report in early July on the Town website. To learn more about the budget process in Okotoks, including the move to a 4-year budget cycle, please visit To take the survey please visit