The Finance Department is responsible for the municipal budget process and financial reporting for the municipality. Operating and Capital budgets are set annually by Council. The Finance Department is also responsible for day-to-day accounting operations for the municipality including oversight of Property Taxes, Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, Payroll, Purchasing, Risk Management and Provincial Offenses Administration.

Municipal Budgets
Financial Statements
Development Charges Background Studies
Asset Management Plan

Municipal Budgets

One of the most important tasks for Council is setting the municipality's annual operating and capital budgets. County Council met Jan. 28-31, 2020 to deliberate the 2020 budgets. 

News Releases

Council passes 2020 budgets

County's budget deliberations get underway

County’s proposed 2020 budgets and 2020-2024 forecasts now available online

Budget Documents

Tax-supported budgets

2020 Tax Supported Operating Budget (PDF, 2 MB)

2020 Tax Supported Capital Budget (PDF, 99 KB)

Rate-supported budgets

2020 Water Services Operating Budget (PDF, 59 KB)

2020 Wastewater Services Operating Budget (PDF, 56 KB)

2020 Water and Wastewater Services Capital Budget (PDF, 62 KB)

Financial Statements

Consolidated financial statements reflect the municipality's assets, liabilities, revenues and expenses. As required by the Municipal Act, financial statements are prepared annually for the County of Prince Edward in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles for local governments. The previous audited financial statements can be found below.

2018 Consolidated Financial Statements

2017 Consolidated Financial Statements

2016 Consolidated Financial Statements

2015 Consolidated Financial Statements

2014 Consolidated Financial Statements

2013 Consolidated Financial Statements

2012 Consolidated Financial Statements

2011 Consolidated Financial Statements

2010 Consolidated Financial Statements

2009 Consolidated Financial Statements

2008 Consolidated Financial Statements

2007 Consolidated Financial Statements

2006 Consolidated Financial Statements

2005 Consolidated Financial Statements

2004 Consolidated Financial Statements

2003 Consolidated Financial Statements

2002 Consolidated Financial Statements

2001 Consolidated Financial Statements

2000 Consolidated Financial Statements

1999 Consolidated Financial Statements

1998 Consolidated Financial Statements

Development Charges and Background Studies

Development charges are fees collected from developers at the time a building permit is issued. The fees help pay for the cost of infrastructure required to provide municipal services to the new development, such as roads, transit, water and sewer infrastructure, community centres and fire and police facilities.

By-law for the Imposition of Development Charges 
2020 Development Charges

Development Charges By-Law Review

The County recently undertook a development charges by-law review. The Council of the County of Prince Edward passed a new by-law on March 1, 2018. 

Click HERE for more information about Development Charges By-law Review and Consultation Process  

Previous Development Charges Background Studies

Development Charges Background Study 2017

Development Charges Background Study 2015

Development Charges Background Study 2013

Development Charges Background Study 2013 Addendum 1

Development Charges Background Study 2013 Addendum 2

Asset Management Plan

The municipality has developed an asset management plan for core infrastructure services including transportation (roads) and water and wastewater. The Asset Management Plan provides an assessment of the current state of roads and water and wastewater infrastructure, and identifies asset management and financing strategies to ensure infrastructure requirements are being met.

Energy Conservation and Demand Management 

The County strives to continually reduce its total energy consumption and associated greenhouse gases (GHGs). The municipality does so through wise and efficient use of energy and resources, while still maintaining an efficient and effective level of service for our clients and the general public. This work involves a collaborative effort to increase the education, awareness and understanding of energy management within the municipality. 

Read the latest update of the Energy Conservation and Demand Management Plan. Included with the plan is reporting on energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions for 2017.

For further information, contact Mike Fraser, Fleet and Asset Supervisor, at 613.476.2148 extension 4005.  

Director of Finance

Amanda Carter
Office 613-476-2148 x1502
Fax 613-471-2050