District of Squamish Releases 2017 Annual Report

The District of Squamish has released its annual report for 2017, complete with 2017 goals and accomplishments, goals for 2018-19, audited financial statements and permissive tax exemptions in accordance with Community Charter legislation.

The document provides a comprehensive report of the work completed by all District departments to deliver core municipal services, Strategic Plan action items, special operating projects and major capital projects.

"Although the presentation of an annual report is a legislated obligation, it is perhaps more importantly a process of self-reflection, organizational mindfulness, and an honest assessment of goals achieved or missed, and improvements needed as we continue to plan for the future," says Mayor Patricia Heintzman.

As the community continues to grow, it will come as no surprise that 2017 was a busy and exciting year for the District.

"Everyone at the District takes very seriously the role we play in people’s daily lives; your children’s safety, the success of your business or place of employment, and your general enjoyment of life is central to what we do," Heintzman continues. "We are certainly not perfect and circumstances don’t always lead to the desired outcome for everyone, but we collectively work to deliver a well-run and conscientious community within the confines of our financial and jurisdictional parameters."

District of Squamish Council will officially accept the annual report at its Annual General Meeting on June 26, 2018 at 3 p.m. in Council Chambers. View the annual report online

June 12, 2018

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