Municipal infrastructure doesn't exist for the sake of having infrastructure ... it exists to provide services to the community. We need to ensure our infrastructure is providing the services our communities depend on.
Using asset management practices and principles we are finding ways to better understand how municipal assets work, what they cost to operate and what levels of service they provide. We want to ensure residents are getting the best bang for their buck when it comes to local infrastructure and the services it provides.
Watch to learn about municipal asset management in Saskatchewan.
Asset Management Resources
Saskatchewan Municipal Asset Management
Information related to assisting municipal stakeholders in improving their knowledge and abilities in municipal asset management.
RM of Buckland and Town of Dalmeny Pilot Projects
A presentation by Saskatchewan and VEMAX Management Inc. at the 2010 Canadian Network of Asset Managers (CNAM) conference related to tangible capital asset reporting pilot projects in the Town of Dalmeny and the RM of Buckland focusing on the transition from PSAB PS 3150 compliance to asset management.
Asset Management Resources in Canadian Cities
City of Edmonton’s Infrastructure Strategy
Edmonton has been recognized by Canadian, American and international engineering and public administration associations as one of North America's most progressive infrastructure and asset management jurisdictions.
Other Provinces' Initiatives
Other Tools and Documents on Asset Management