Administration has handed over a proposed $180 million capital budget and $1.2 billion capital plan for Council consideration. Throughout the 2020 Capital Budget and 2021-2029 capital plan development, administration worked on balancing community needs, current infrastructure and the economy.
“The focus of our Capital Budget and capital plan is to ensure the continuation of quality, effective services for our residents that are financially sustainable and affordable,” said Allan Seabrooke, City Manager. “The City has substantial investment in municipal infrastructure and our focus in the short and long term is on protecting these assets through a planned repair, replacement and preventative maintenance program.”
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