See the progress Municipal Asset Management Program is making in enabling cities and communities to adopt asset management practices and improve how they manage infrastructure. Read the report.
Communities across Canada receive support for green innovation, climate change resiliency, and infrastructure planning initiatives
Investing in innovative municipal infrastructure projects contributes to a clean growth economy and strengthens the middle class by ensuring communities are healthy and sustainable places to live.
Seven towns along Newfoundland’s west coast banded together to meet a shared challenge: ensuring that community infrastructure continues to deliver essential services such as clean drinking water and waste disposal.
Cowichan Valley Regional District hopes that asset management can help overcome the many challenges it faces regarding infrastructure, service delivery and climate change.
A focus on sound, evidence-based planning has helped the City of Selkirk reverse a decades-long decline and become something of a leader in municipal asset management.