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Posted: Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Municipal Asset Management Program

Federation of Canadian Municipalities


Much of Canada's infrastructure—roads, drinking water and wastewater systems, arenas, bridges and more—is owned by municipal government. With the support of the federal government, municipalities are embarking on an unprecedented renewal phase of these critical assets, recognizing that Canadians rely on this infrastructure for their quality of life.  

The Municipal Asset Management Program (MAMP) is a five-year, $50-million program that will support Canadian cities and communities to make informed decisions about infrastructure, such as the planning and construction of roads, recreational facilities, and water and wastewater systems.

The Municipal Asset Management Program will enable municipalities to access the data needed to plan effectively.  

The program helps municipalities in four ways:
  • Broadening adoption and reliance on sound asset management practices
  • Training and workshops on best practices tailored to the needs of participating municipality
  • Funding to assist with the planning, data management and analysis undertaken by a municipality or partner
  • Gathering and sharing relevant knowledge and lessons learned about the experiences of Canadian cities and communities

Delivered by the Federation of Canadian Municipalities with funds from the Government of Canada, the program is implemented in partnership with municipal, provincial and territorial associations and other key stakeholders that support strengthened municipal asset management practices. In the next five years, the program is expected to reach an estimated 1,000 municipalities across the country.
Contact Name: Municipal Asset Management Program
Contact Phone: 1-877-997-9926
Contact Email:
Subject Area(s): Infrastructure
Last Reviewed: May 25, 2020, 3:50 pm
Deadline: Monday, March 15, 2021
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