Strategies and Plans

  • Council and Management Strategies & Priorities 2022

    The Council and Management Strategies & Priorities 2022 was approved on March 24, 2022. Strategic plans play a vital role in the life of a municipality. They set a vision for the community, define the community’s goals and aspirations and help to evolve the corporation to continue to deliver services well.

  • Asset Management

    Tyendinaga is responsible for developing and maintaining a database for all of the Township’s assets, including roads, bridges, culverts, sidewalks, water, wastewaster, stormwater, facilities, landfill, fleet, IT and equipment. This allows the Municipality to track, monitor and plan for our future needs and expenses.

    In consideration of current and new legislation, municipalities were required to establish a Strategic Asset Management Policy based on approved levels of service and documented condition rating and risk assessments for all municipal assets by July 1, 2019.

    The Township of Tyendinaga Asset Management Plan follows the format set out in the Building Together: Guide for Municipal Asset Management Plans and it has also been developed to be consistent with the requirements of Ontario Regulation 588/17 Asset Management Planning for Municipal Infrastructure (O. Reg. 588/17) with consideration for the Township’s Asset Management Strategy Policy. This Plan defines the current level of service for all core and non-core assets in compliance with asset management regulations.

  • Parks, Recreation, and Trails Master Plan

    The Township of Tyendinaga has developed a new Parks, Recreation & Trails Master Plan that will guide decision-making for improvements, programming, and events for the next 10 years!

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Carla Preston
~ Chief Administrative Officer
859 Melrose Road, RR #1, Shannonville, ON K0K 3A0