A Capital Investment Plan (CIP) provides a detailed understanding of anticipated investments into tangible capital assets. These assets include basic facilities, services and installations needed for the functioning of the community such as bridges, roads, water and wastewater systems.
Service Nova Scotia and Municipal Relations, together with Canada-Nova Scotia Infrastructure Secretariat and the Municipal Finance Corporation, developed a CIP template. This template:
- provides a model to facilitate long-term capital planning (5-year or 10-year capital budget)
- provides financing of future infrastructures
- can help municipalities formalize their priority setting and decision making process
The CIP must be submitted online by September 1st (annually). Click here for the online CIP forms.
If you have any questions or concerns, contact Rene Frigault at 1-902-424-2088.