Municipalities provide service to residents largely through their core infrastructure portfolio. No matter the type of infrastructure it remains a public responsibility to ensure that infrastructure is managed in a sustainable manner. That is, to ensure that infrastructure will appropriately meet residents’ needs now and into the future at a manageable cost and consideration of its environmental impact. According to the municipal Acts municipalities are to provide services, facilities and other things that in the opinion of council, are necessary and desirable for all or part of the municipality as well as to provide wise stewardship of public assets.
Links to various websites providing asset management information.
Tangible Capital Asset Reporting (PSAB 3150)
Material which may help municipalities become compliant with the Public Sector Accounting Board’s PS3150 Tangible Capital Assets reporting requirements.
Water, Wastewater and Waste Disposal Grounds Operator Information
Information for operators of water systems, wastewater systems and waste disposal grounds.
Local Improvements Manual
For municipalities undertaking a project as a local improvement under The Local Improvements Act, 1993.
Road Maintenance Agreements
Information about road maintenance agreements.
Delivery of potable and non-potable water, wastewater treatment and certified operations and maintenance services information for Saskatchewan municipalities.