Asset management considers what services the City delivers, the assets needed to deliver these services and which assets are critical to service delivery.
Asset Management Plans (AMPs) describe the asset portfolio, levels of service and performance standards as well as actions and resources required to provide a defined level of service.
While the City’s Infrastructure Master Plans are reviewed as part of the asset management planning process, the City’s AMPs also go on to inform a variety of City documents, such as operating and capital budgets, long-term planning documents, use-fee rate studies and more.
Describes the actions required for the City to manage its parks, outdoor recreation, and facilities in a way that supports current service levels while managing risks and costs.
Includes specialized equipment such as fire trucks and Zambonis, as well as pick-up trucks, lawn mowers and snow plows.
Outlines the state of Barrie's stormwater infrastructure, and highlights the costs associated with the City's responsibility to mitigate flooding and protect bodies of water from any harmful stormwater runoff.
Outlines the state of Barrie's transit assets, provides a plan for delivering services into 2028, and recommends a financial strategy into 2041.
Outlines the state of Barrie's transportation infrastructure and highlights costs associated with ensuring people can get around Barrie safely and effectively by driving, cycling or walking.
Outlines the state of Barrie's wastewater infrastructure and highlights the costs associated with collecting and treating the City's wastewater.
Outlines the state of Barrie's water infrastructure and highlights the costs associated with delivering safe drinking water.