Small Community Grants
Small Community Grants are unconditional grants to local governments to assist them in providing basic services. These grants generally apply to municipalities with populations up to 19,000.
Grant amounts are based on a formula that factors in a base amount, population and assessment values.
One hundred per cent of the funding is intended to be used to support municipal administrative services over the term of the Strategic Community Investment Funds agreement.
Through the Small Community Grants Program, the Resort Municipality of Whistler (RMOW) received:
- $326,277 in 2017
- $326,874 in 2016
- $339,716 in 2015
- $213,969 in 2014
- $215,309 in 2013
- $460,676 in 2012
Traffic Fine Revenue Sharing Program
The Traffic Fine Revenue Sharing program assists municipalities that directly pay police enforcement costs. The grants come from ticket fines and court-imposed fines on violation tickets. The amount of money a municipality receives is based on its contribution to total municipal policing costs.
One hundred per cent of the funding is intended to defray the cost of local police enforcement in the municipality over the term of the Strategic Community Investment Funds agreement.
Through the Traffic Fine Revenue Sharing, the RMOW received:
- $229,606 in 2017
- $239,349 in 2016
- $248,854 in 2015
- $157,111 in 2014
- $157,240 in 2013
- $320,456 in 2012