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Providing funding assistance to rural municipalities that assume financial liabilities related to environmental-based physical infrastructure when a village dissolves into an RM.
The Community Airport Partnership (CAP) program is an initiative to provide eligible airports with stable, long-term financial assistance to improve infrastructure.
The Federal Gas Tax Fund will provide an estimated $616.9 million over the next 10 years to help build local municipalities.
The Provincial Disaster Assistance Program (PDAP) is designed to help Saskatchewan residents and businesses recover from the effects of natural disasters, including flooding, tornadoes, plow winds and other severe weather.
Grants-in-Lieu are grant payments from the Saskatchewan Government to local municipalities.
ICIP will provide more than $896 million in federal funding for all types of Saskatchewan infrastructure projects until 2028.
Municipal Financing Corporation of Saskatchewan (MFC) assists in making capital funds available for the financing of sewer and water, school, hospital, and other essential construction and local improvement projects by municipalities, school divisions and health districts.
Take a closer look at some of the success stories in Saskatchewan that tax dollars are funding.
Saskatchewan's investment in municipal infrastructure play a key role in supporting healthy, dynamic and sustainable communities.
Providing funding to each local municipality to support the delivery of community services.
View the revenue sharing figures for a particular community.
Providing northern municipalities and settlements with financial assistance to build or purchase municipal infrastructure and capital assets.
Providing funding to northern Saskatchewan communities for new, expansion and upgrading of water and sewer systems.
The Municipal Economic Enhancement Program (MEEP) 2020 will provide $150 million to local municipalities.
Learn more about the Provincial Territorial Infrastructure Component (PTIC) program or Clean Water and Wastewater Fund (CWWF) program.
Targeted Sector Support Initiative funding supports initiatives involving good governance and increased inter-municipal and regional co-operation.
Learn about how the government provides financial support to municipalities who offer paratransit services for people with disabilities.
The Urban Highway Connector Program promotes safe and efficient movement of people and goods through Saskatchewan cities. It also provides an open and consistent framework to support the municipal management of urban highway connectors.
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