Asset Management for Ontario Municipalities

For municipalities, understanding the current and future impacts of climate change is fundamental to making good, long-term infrastructure decisions today. Considering climate change in municipal asset management planning is key to increasing resilience and improving reliability for municipalities to continue to deliver services in the future. 

OSPE’s Asset Management 301 workshops focus on supporting Ontario municipalities, and their employees and elected officials, to build capacity in implementing climate resilience within building assets. The workshops also include key concepts in asset management, such as risk, levels of service, and performance, with a focus on lifecycle approach that considers climate change impacts. 

OSPE’s Asset Management 302 workshops support municipalities in developing decision-making frameworks that build resiliency into municipal operations and incorporating climate change into their asset management plans.

We are pleased to introduce the dates for our Asset Management 301 and 302 workshops below. 

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This initiative is offered through the Municipal Asset Management Program, which is delivered by the Federation of Canadian Municipalities and funded by the Government of Canada.