Meeting O.Reg. 588/17 & Considering Climate Considerations

Northwest Ontario Asset Management Community of Practice Workshop

Meeting O.Reg. 588/17 & Considering Climate Considerations

This workshop is intended for staff at municipalities in northwest Ontario who are working directly or indirectly on asset management. The meeting is a community of practice workshop based on sharing progress and challenges with meeting O.Reg. 588/17 (Asset Management Planning for Municipal Infrastructure). It also provides an introduction to an important new climate resilience resource developed by the Regional Public Works Commissioners of Ontario (RPWCO).

The intention of this workshop is to facilitate discussion and networking among staff at northwest Ontario municipalities at various stages of their asset management journeys.

Free registration was made possible through the generous support of the Municipal Asset Management Program, which is delivered by the Federation of Canadian Municipalities and funded by the Government of Canada.

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City Of Thunder Bay Asset Management Plan

  • What does your AMP look like now, and what do you want it to look like
  • Shop around, look at other cities, companies or countries
  • Do you want a technical report? Easy to read light weight report or a hybrid?
  • Define how much information do you want

The video and infographics are hosted on the City of Thunder Bay’s asset management website:

  • Remember Set the bar low
  • Steps forward is better than no steps “Its Something”

The Impending Tidal Wave – The City of Kenora’s Journey through Asset Management

Where are we now?

  • Engaged a consultant again for the 2022 Deadline
  • Currently searching for an Asset Manager Professional
  • Beginning allocating resources to condition
  • Upper Management is on Board with the Transition

A Climate Resilience Roadmap for Ontario Municipal Infrastructure and Systems

This Roadmap is an approach for municipalities to address climate risks on infrastructure and systems by building off existing best practices.

Asset Management Ontario is a community of practice comprised of asset management practitioners who share information and best practices to advance public sector asset management and stewardship of publicly-owned infrastructure in Ontario.

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