Just like the TransCanada Highway connects our province and our country, a municipal asset management plan is a roadmap to your municipality's future sustainability.

Join us on a journey across Ontario and visit 14 different municipalities as we learn more about the value of asset management planning.

Does your asset management plan meet the requirements?
Ontario municipalities must develop asset management plans and demonstrate that plans are being used to guide infrastructure planning and investment decisions and how federal Gas Tax funds are being used to address priority projects.
To meet the asset management requirements of the federal Gas Tax Agreement, municipalities must:
  • Develop and implement asset management plans.
  • Demonstrate progress by complying with the annual Gas Tax reporting requirements on Asset management.
Municipalities are expected to continuously improve and implement their existing asset management plans according to the requirements of the Asset Management Planning Regulation under the Infrastructure for Jobs and Prosperity Act, 2015.
AMO can help
AMO is currently reviewing the asset management plans submitted in the 2017 Gas Tax reporting cycle to identify gaps and better understand the challenges municipalities face in developing and implementing asset management plans.

AMO continues to engage the province with other municipal associations and asset management communities of practice to deliver capacity building initiatives that ensure long-term stewardship and sustainability of local infrastructure.

For more information visit AMO's Asset Management page.