Infrastructure Master Plans

The City’s Official Plan provides a foundation for infrastructure master plans. The following infrastructure master plans have been adopted by City Council and provide guidance on many infrastructure projects required for the successful intensification and development of land. The plans are reviewed as part of the asset management planning process. 

pond
Topic: Infrastructure Master Plan
Adopted or Last Updated: 2019

The study area includes the entire City of Barrie excluding the Sophia Creek watershed, Mulcaster drainage area and Annexation Lands (which were studied under separate projects).
Topic: Infrastructure Master Plan
Adopted or Last Updated: 2019

Serves as the City’s roadmap in developing a well-balanced transportation network to serve its future needs and development.
Topic: Infrastructure Master Plan
Adopted or Last Updated: 2019

Identifies the preferred solution requirements to the year 2041 for collecting and conveying wastewater from homes and businesses to the wastewater treatment facility, with consideration and flexibility for ultimate build-out of Barrie.
Wastewater Treatment Facility aerial photo
Topic: Infrastructure Master Plan
Adopted or Last Updated: 2019

The purpose of the Wastewater Treatment Master Plan is to identify the preferred solution requirements to the year 2041 for treating wastewater collected from homes and businesses before it is discharged to the environment.
water tower
Topic: Infrastructure Master Plan
Adopted or Last Updated: 2019

Identifies the preferred solution for delivering potable water to homes and businesses as well as for storing water to meet fluctuating demands throughout the day and to protect the City for fire and emergency purposes.
pipes
Topic: Infrastructure Master Plan
Adopted or Last Updated: 2019

The purpose of the Water Storage and Distribution Master Plan is to identify the preferred solution for delivering potable water to homes and businesses as well as for storing water to meet fluctuating demands throughout the day and to protect the City for fire and emergency purposes.