Infrastructure Costing Pilot Project

The Green Communities Committee, a joint Provincial-UBCM committee, is seeking expressions of interest (EOI) from local governments (LGs) who would like to participate in the Community Lifecycle Infrastructure Costing (CLIC) Tool Implementation Pilot Project.

The Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing’s CLIC Tool is a free, open source, Excel-based tool that helps communities understand the long-term infrastructure cost implications of their land use decisions by facilitating the comparison of different development scenarios. The CLIC Tool has proven to be beneficial for informing land-use decisions from site specific to broader land-use policy development (e.g. Official Communities Plans).  

As part of the CLIC Tool Implementation Project, a consultant will provide the selected LGs with staff training, facilitate data gathering, data validation and provide advice as needed. In addition, each participating LG will receive a $1000 honorarium.

For more information and the application form, please visit the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing's website.

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