RDOS Budget

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The Regional District of Okanagan-Similkameen finance department is responsible for the preparation of the annual operating budget that establishes the tax rate for each service the Regional District provides. In addition to taxation, there are local services such as water, sewer and garbage which are funded through the use of user fees.

Please check back for information about the 2022 budget process.

Regional District of Okanagan-Similkameen 2021-2025 Financial Plan

Okanagan Similkameen Regional Hospital District 2021-2025 Financial Plan

The Regional District does not directly collect taxes. The Provincial Government Agents office is responsible for the collection of taxes in the rural areas of British Columbia. Municipalities collect the regional district taxes directly from citizens within their boundaries.

Certain local services are not included in this list as they do not extend over the entire electoral area. Examples of these types of services are fire protection, sterile insect release and Okanagan Basin Water Board.

If you require copies of the financial statements or the annual budget, please contact the finance department: budget@rdos.bc.ca

Learn more about the roles and responsibilities of local governments.


The Regional District of Okanagan-Similkameen finance department is responsible for the preparation of the annual operating budget that establishes the tax rate for each service the Regional District provides. In addition to taxation, there are local services such as water, sewer and garbage which are funded through the use of user fees.

Please check back for information about the 2022 budget process.

Regional District of Okanagan-Similkameen 2021-2025 Financial Plan

Okanagan Similkameen Regional Hospital District 2021-2025 Financial Plan

The Regional District does not directly collect taxes. The Provincial Government Agents office is responsible for the collection of taxes in the rural areas of British Columbia. Municipalities collect the regional district taxes directly from citizens within their boundaries.

Certain local services are not included in this list as they do not extend over the entire electoral area. Examples of these types of services are fire protection, sterile insect release and Okanagan Basin Water Board.

If you require copies of the financial statements or the annual budget, please contact the finance department: budget@rdos.bc.ca

Learn more about the roles and responsibilities of local governments.


Page last updated: 23 September 2021, 15:16