Our Priorities

We believe that Nova Scotia is on the verge of a massive economic, social and cultural transformation. Our Town Council stands behind the strategic vision of the One Nova Scotia Commission, which lays the foundations for our province to act and compete on a truly global level.

Strategic Priorities

Council Priorities

Now

  1. Airport Future: Service Level - March
  2. Waterfront Management: Mandate Review - June
  3. Waterfront Development: MPS Amendments - November
  4. Housing: MPS Amendments - June
  5. Mariners Center Expansion: Process Agreement - April

Next

Operational Strategies

CAO

  1. Airport Future: Service Level - March
  2. Mariners Center Expansion: Agreement - April
  3. Waterfront Management: Mandate Review - June
    - Airport Agreement
    - Fire Services Agreement
    - REMO Agreement

Finance

  1. Business System: Review - May
    - Waste to Energy: Feasibility
    - Long Term Capital Plan

Planning

  1. Waterfront Development: MPS Amendments - April
  2. Housing: MPS Amendments - June
  3. Starrs Road Redevelopment Design
    Subdivision Development Bylaw

Fire Department 

  1. Dispatch Transition - May
  2. Cannabis Policy: Workplace - June
  3. Building Access Awareness Program - June

Recreation 

  1. Sustainable Active Transportation Plan
  2. Physical Activity Plan: Update - May
  3. Milo Accessibility Project - May

Economic Development 

  1. Downtown Fa├žade Program: Zone - April
  2. Downtown Streetscape: Scope - May
  3. Community Energy Plan - April
    - Accessibility Plan

Capital Projects

  1. Ferry Terminal: RFP - February
  2. Parade / Main Street Intersection: Tender - August

Operations

  1. Waste Water Treatment Upgrade: Timeline - June
  2. SCADA: Update - May

Engineering

  1. Linear Asset: Inventory - December
  2. Compost Facility: Compliance - August
  3. Glebe / Parade Street: Design