Five-Year Financial Plan
Each year council reviews the priorities and goals for the upcoming year and directs staff to prepare a comprehensive Five-Year Financial Plan, as required by the Community Charter.
The Five-Year Financial Plan reflects the RMOW’s continuing effort to provide quality of service in daily operations and local governance consistent with the priorities and strategies identified in the Corporate Plan and Whistler2020.
Find information about the annual budget process.
Long-Term Financial Plan
The 2009 RMOW Long-Term Financial Plan outlines a series of principles and policies to:
- Guide council and the organization in making decisions
- Help Whistler address financial challenges and remain competitive
- Achieve the vision of becoming a sustainable, world-class resort community
Download the 2009 RMOW Long-Term Financial Plan.
The RMOW's Annual Reports include audited financial statements from the previous year, as well as an overview of municipal services and operations, a progress report on municipal objectives, a list of property tax exemptions, and declaration of any member of council's disqualified from council.
The RMOW began preparing quarterly financial reporting in 2012, as it was identified as a priority by council in the 2012-2014 Council Action Plan.
Quarterly financial reports provide a regular overview of financial information and support the RMOW’s commitments to fiscal responsibility and accountability.
Download the following financial reports:
- 2016 Third Quarter | 2016 Second Quarter
- 2015 Third Quarter | 2015 Second Quarter |
- 2014 Third Quarter | 2014 Second Quarter | 2014 First Quarter |
- 2013 Third Quarter | 2013 Second Quarter | 2013 First Quarter |
- 2012 Fourth Quarter Financial Report in Corporate Plan 2012 Year End Update | 2012 Third Quarter | 2012 Second Quarter
Statements of Financial Information (SOFI)
The Statements of Financial Information (SOFI) report is a regulatory requirement for all British Columbian municipalities. It is submitted by June 30 each year to the Ministry of Community, Sport and Cultural Development.
The SOFI ensures municipal compliance with provincial reporting requirements. Financial Information Act (FIA) regulations require that the SOFI is available for public examination for three years once released. The SOFI includes the municipality's audited financial statements and schedules regarding remuneration paid to the mayor and council, a listing of the municipal employees and their positions who have remuneration over the threshold amount of $75,000, amounts paid to suppliers of goods and/or services to which the municipality paid a total of exceeding $25,000 including HST and any other taxes during the year, and all grants awarded by the municipality to not-for-profit organizations for the reporting year.