Capital Program and Projects

Capital budgeting plans for the purchase or financing of assets, or improvement of existing infrastructure such as building and upgrading our municipal buildings, roads, and equipment. The capital programs and projects listed below are funded by grants including the Ontario Municipal Partnership Funding (OMFP), the Gas Tax revenue, and the annual Ontario Community Infrastructure Funding (OCIF).

Some capital projects for 2022 include:

Two pick-up trucks, a mini-pumper replacement, a radio system, a folder/inserter machine, a Building Automation System upgrade, an inspection dashboard, refrigeration re-furbishment, LED lighting, picnic tables, mobi mats, a plow truck, equipment attachments, a replacement garage door, covering for the sand dome, road surface treatment on Jack's Lake Road Extension and Hull's Road, culvert replacement on Anstruther Lake Road, micro-surfacing on Jeff Road and Clydesdale Road, paved shoulders on Jeff Road, a Haultain canoe park set-up, extending the municipal building's parking, window repairs, 135 Burleigh Street building renovations, and transfer station roll-off garbage bins.


The majority of the above capital projects are funded by annual grant funding. The projects/items below are funded by one-time grants:

  • Safe Restart Agreement’s Municipal Operating Stream for COVID-19 related items
  • 2021 COVID-19 Recovery Funds for COVID-19 related items
  • Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM) Grant for the Asset Management Plan update and related software
  • Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program (ICIP) for partial funding for the Health Centre Renovations project
  • 2019 Modernization Efficiency funding considering funds towards the Health Centre Renovations project, Electric Car Charger Station, Payroll Software enhancements, E-Send module (to email tax bills), Cameras for municipal vehicles & equipment, Roller, Branding, Organizational Review and Business Continuity Plan
  • Municipal Modernization Grant Intake II Implementation Stream for updated software
  • Municipal Modernization Grant Intake III Implementation Stream for the preparation for Hybrid meetings in the Council Chambers and North Kawartha Community Centre Banquet Hall
  • Municipal Modernization Grant Intake III – Joint with County and two Municipalities – Technologies to support asset/work order management and planning/development management software
  • Ontario Trillium Funding for the Glen Alda Community Centre Renovations project
  • Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program (ICIP) Rural and Northern Stream for the refurbishment of Reid’s Rd/Mt. Julian-Viamede Road project



For more budget information on capital projects, please see our Budget page.

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