Budget Town Hall Meeting

Join us on November 30 for a Budget Town Hall. 

Council is looking for input from the public before finalizing the draft 2018 Budget in early January. We need to hear from you!

What is a Town Hall?
A Town Hall is a public meeting where citizens can come and voice their opinion on certain topics, outside of a formal Council meeting.

The Town Hall will be held on Thursday, November 30 at 7 p.m. and will be an opportunity for you to ask questions about the draft budget, and provide your feedback. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. with an open house portion until 7.

The meeting will be interactive and webcast live. You can attend and provide feedback in person at City Hall, or from the comfort of your own home. The Town Hall allows you to participate, whether or not you are able to attend the meeting in person. You can submit questions prior to the event, or in real-time during the event. If you submit a question but can't attend the event in person, you can watch the webcast to listen for the answer.

Participation is easy!
Just use any of the following ways to ask a question or provide a comment.

  • In person - Attend the meeting at City Hall, 1 Centennial Square
  • Facebook - Join our Facebook event and post your questions there
  • Twitter - Submit your questions via Twitter using #VicTownHall
  • Website - Submit your questions or comments using the online form
  • By Phone - Once the meeting is underway, call us at 250.361.0327 and we'll transcribe your question for you. Please note this number is not monitored prior to or after the Town Hall.

If you can't attend the Town Hall, please make sure you fill out the survey online.

Find Out More

Due to time limitations and the anticipated volume of questions received, it's possible that we may not be able to respond to all submissions. Questions will be answered by either Council or staff. Questions of a technical nature directed towards Council may receive a response from staff, and policy related questions for staff may be answered by Council. We reserve the right to prioritize first time questions in the event that multiple questions are received by individuals - if you have more than one question we would love to hear them, but may not respond to additional questions in they order they are recevied, so that we can hear from as many individuals as possible.

Please be advised that by submitting a question or suggestion, the information you provide will become part of the public record. The information collected and used is done so in accordance with the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.