Accountability & Finances
Conservation Halton Financial Statements and Budget
Conservation Halton’s budgets are prepared using established guidelines and principles to ensure efficient and equitable division of expenditures supported by public funds, user fees, and other self generated revenues.
The municipal funding received by Conservation Halton is used primarily to fund programs and operations related to environmental planning, flood protection, and conservation programs. Tax-funded revenues are not used to support recreation programs at conservation areas, including Glen Eden. Revenue from Halton Parks memberships and other park user fees fund the operations and minor capital needs at all conservation areas.
Audited Financial Statements
Conservation Halton prepares annual financial statements for Conservation Halton and the Conservation Halton Foundation, which are reviewed by an independent auditor. Here are the most recent audited financial statements.
- Conservation Halton 2020 Audited Financial Statements
- Conservation Halton Foundation 2020 Audited Financial Statements
- Conservation Halton 2019 Audited Financial Statements
- Conservation Halton Foundation 2019 Audited Financial Statements
Conservation Halton’s annual budget is approved by the Board of Directors.
Here is a copy of the 2020 Budget & Business Plan approved in October 2020:
Here is a copy of the 2020 Budget & Business Plan approved in November 2019:
Here is a copy of the 2019 budget, which was approved in November 2018: