Infrastructure and Planning

Infrastructure and Planning strives to enhance and develop municipal infrastructure within Greenview. Utilizing a substantial portion of the annual capital and operational budgets this office also has a wide variety of roles and responsibilities oriented toward capital construction, which include coordinating many of the municipal projects you see. Projects chosen each year are all approved by Council and follow a 5, 10 and 25 year plan.  The projects are reviewed at the annual budget review where council and administration discuss the strategies that best suit the rates payers of Greenview.

The following are included within the Infrastructure and Planning department:

Construction and Maintenance – provides ratepayers with a safe and dependable road networking system, with a high quality of work to ensure the safety of others.  Bridge construction, inspections, maintenance and repairs are also within this department.

Environmental Services – provides ratepayers with high quality reverse osmosis water, well maintained wastewater facilities and solid waste facilities. The construction, maintenance and operation of the many strategically placed water points and solid waste transfer stations found within the municipality are included in this department. Wastewater system testing, maintenance and operation are other critical activities.

Operations – maintains approximately 2,107 kilometers of gravel roads and approximately 177 kilometers of paved surfaces, to ensure safety for all travelers using municipal roadways.

Planning and Development – ensures that municipal goals are reflected in planning policy documents and ultimately in the new development that occurs within the municipality. The department has an important role in providing the public, Municipal Planning Commission and Council with professional and technical advice on current and future land uses.

The Development Guidelines & Municipal Servicing Standards are now available.

 

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