Regina residents have been given a golden opportunity to see if they can do better when it comes to balancing the city’s books.
An interactive budgeting tool was launched Monday by the City of Regina.
Last year, the city undertook this project to help Regina residents better understand the budget process and where their property tax dollars are invested.
Residents are invited to submit their results and priorities for the 2017 Budget.
Once residents have watched a video and tested their choices through the Interactive Budgeting Tool, they will have an opportunity to ask the CFO questions during a Twitter Ask Me Anything (AMA) on November 24 from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
The Interactive Budgeting Tool will be available until Wednesday, November 30.