Budget and Finance
The Financial Services department and the Corporate Planning department work together to produce the Business Plan and Budgeting documents on an annual basis, the Annual Report, Quarterly Reports and more.
Financial Services provides accounting, financial planning, and treasury management of the City through fiscal policy development; development of financial models for utility rates, taxes, user fees, and other sources of revenue; and managing the billing and collection of monthly utilities and miscellaneous accounts receivable
Corporate Planning provides leadership and professional support to Council, the City Manager, the senior leadership team and the Corporation related to effective business management, including strategic, business and operational planning, performance measurement and reporting, continuous improvement and change/transition management.
The City of St. Albert has had to adjust and adapt to changing circumstances in order to promote community safety and well-being during the COVID-19 pandemic. Learn more about the 2021 Budget process and how to participate.
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Last edited: October 21, 2020