Public Notices

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THE TOWN OF SPANISH RECOGNIZES THE GOVERNMENT OF CANADA FOR THEIR CONTRIBUTION TO THE REHABILITATION OF THE NORAND WELL WATER TREATMENT SYSTEM IN THE AMOUNT OF $92,250.00.

 

 

 

August 22, 2022 – Notice of Residents – Culvert Replacement

TOWN OF SPANISH ASSET MANAGEMENT PLAN

Municipal infrastructure provides the foundation for the economic, social, and environmental health and growth of a community through the delivery of critical services.  The goal of asset management is to deliver an adequate level of service in the most cost-effective manner.  This involves the development and implementation of asset management strategies and long-term financial planning.

This 2021 Asset Management Plan – Final identifies the current practices and strategies that are in place to manage public infrastructure and makes recommendations where they can be further refined.  Through the implementation of sound asset management strategies, the Town can ensure that public infrastructure is managed to support the sustainable delivery of municipal services.

STRATEGIC ASSET MANAGMENT POLICY – July 2019

SPANISH WATER SYSTEM

A copy of the 2018 Annual Summary Report – Town of Spanish Water Treatment System is now available.  Please click here to view2018 Spanish Water Treatment Facility Annual Report

2011 Spanish Financial Plan
Appendix A Spanish Operating Revenue 
Appendix B Spanish Operating Expenditures 

THE TOWN OF SPANISH RECOGNIZES THE GOVERNMENT OF CANADA FOR THEIR CONTRIBUTION TO THE RECENT WATER TANK UPGRADES IN THE AMOUNT OF  $81,464.

CLEAN, RELIABLE DRINKING WATER                  EAU POTABLE PROPRE ET FIABLE

ONTARIO REGULATION 397/11

Ontario Regulation 397/11 made under the Green Energy Act, 2009, requires that every public agency shall prepare, publish and make available to the public and implement energy conservation and demand management plans.

To view the Town’s Plan please click the link below:
5 Year Energy Conservation & Demand Management

Energy Report 2013

 

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