Draft 2023-2026 Capital Plan

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Share your thoughts on the draft 2023-2026 Capital Plan!

Every four years, we conduct public engagement on the capital plan to get input from residents and businesses on their priorities for capital investments.

We want your feedback on investments in the City’s infrastructure and amenities, which include parks, sidewalks, water and sewer pipes, community facilities such as recreation centres and libraries, municipal facilities, public safety facilities and more.

Why? Because all City services require the support of well-maintained infrastructure and amenities in order to keep our city running smoothly. Investing in these areas help contribute to our quality of life, whether it’s how we move, how we enjoy public spaces, how we are kept safe, how we adapt to climate change, and how we receive clean water and other core services.


How we engaged

Between April 28 and May 22, 2022, we engaged with the public on the plan in several ways, including an online survey, online information sessions and community pop-up sessions. Check back soon for the public engagement report, where you can learn more about what we heard during this phase. City Council meets to review the draft plan on July 6, 2022.

Didn’t have a chance to participate?

It’s not too late to share your thoughts:

About the Capital Plan

The draft 2023-2026 Capital Plan outlines the proposed investments in our city’s infrastructure and amenities.

A large portion of capital plan funds are invested in the required work to maintain and renew existing infrastructure and amenities around the city to keep them in good shape. The remainder of these funds are invested in future infrastructure and amenities to help meet the requirements of our growing population and economy.

简体中文 | 繁體中文 | ਪੰਜਾਬੀ | Tagalog | Tiếng Việt

Share your thoughts on the draft 2023-2026 Capital Plan!

Every four years, we conduct public engagement on the capital plan to get input from residents and businesses on their priorities for capital investments.

We want your feedback on investments in the City’s infrastructure and amenities, which include parks, sidewalks, water and sewer pipes, community facilities such as recreation centres and libraries, municipal facilities, public safety facilities and more.

Why? Because all City services require the support of well-maintained infrastructure and amenities in order to keep our city running smoothly. Investing in these areas help contribute to our quality of life, whether it’s how we move, how we enjoy public spaces, how we are kept safe, how we adapt to climate change, and how we receive clean water and other core services.


How we engaged

Between April 28 and May 22, 2022, we engaged with the public on the plan in several ways, including an online survey, online information sessions and community pop-up sessions. Check back soon for the public engagement report, where you can learn more about what we heard during this phase. City Council meets to review the draft plan on July 6, 2022.

Didn’t have a chance to participate?

It’s not too late to share your thoughts:

About the Capital Plan

The draft 2023-2026 Capital Plan outlines the proposed investments in our city’s infrastructure and amenities.

A large portion of capital plan funds are invested in the required work to maintain and renew existing infrastructure and amenities around the city to keep them in good shape. The remainder of these funds are invested in future infrastructure and amenities to help meet the requirements of our growing population and economy.

Page last updated: 27 May 2022, 10:41 AM