The City of Saint-Lambert is putting measures in place to allow you to keep informed about the municipality’s financial situation.
Four times a year—in March, June, September and December—in the spirit of openness and accountability towards its citizens, the City prepares reports on its financial statements. These reports are presented and explained during public city council meetings.
You can consult :
For the December report, please refer to the annual financial statements (below).
Every year, the City of Saint-Lambert prepares a financial report on its fiscal year, which runs from January 1 to December 31. It is tabled at a public meeting of city council as soon as the audit work has been completed.
This report presents financial details pertaining to the municipality’s operations, including the following:
- operating expenses
- expenditures and revenues related to capital acquisitions.
The financial report must comply with the standards of the Ministère des Affaires municipales et de l’Occupation du territoire (MAMOT) governing the presentation of municipal financial statements.
Financial statements for the year 2016
The 2016 City's financial statements were presented at the City Council meeting held on April 10. They show that the City has a surplus of $510,722.