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City of St.Albert

Infrastructure and Capital Planning

The City of St. Albert owns and operates infrastructure assets in the following categories: buildings, roads, sanitary sewers, storm sewers, sidewalks, water distribution network, Transit & Public Works equipment, parks, bridges, traffic signals, lift stations and pump stations & reservoirs.

The Infrastructure and Capital Planning Branch understands that a thorough knowledge and understanding of these assets are required to properly manage them. Proper management will ensure the "right money is spent on the right asset at the right time." The Branch also plans projects on existing infrastructure assets and projects related to future expansion in the City of St. Albert.

Annual State of the Infrastructure Report and Presentation

Every year, the Infrastructure and Capital Planning Branch develops a State of the Infrastructure Report to document how the City of St. Albert's infrastructure is functioning and present the current conditions and programs being implemented to ensure that the City's infrastructure is functioning the way it was intended.

2011 State of the Infrastructure Report

2011 State of the Infrastructure Presentation

Last edited: May 6, 2016

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