Northern Rockies Regional Municipality

Infrastructure

As the steward of community assets, the NRRM is committed to managing municipal infrastructure in a way that is proactive and efficient, meeting the standards of service necessary for a vibrant and sustainable community

 

The NRRM owns and operates over $520 million in community infrastructure that spans the seven (7) infrastructure categories:

 

 

 

This infrastructure provides a foundation for delivering essential community services now and in the future. Services such as clean water make living in our community possible, and amenities like our recreation centre ensure that we have a high quality of life.

 

Our community infrastructure is critically linked to the economy. It provides the capacity for regional growth and new jobs, and the regional economy supports us in funding our infrastructure.

 

Our infrastructure is aging, which adds pressure to the municipality's ability to serve existing users and meet future growth across the region.Planning for and re-investing in our existing infrastructure will allow us to continue providing essential and desired services.  We have already taken important steps to ensure that our funds can be spent efficiently, and in alignment with community needs and desires. Our asset management system provides details on how we manage this infrastructure, both in maintenance and through our annual capital projects program.

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