Municipal Plans, Strategies and Reporting
Strategic Plan 2015 to 2020
In the spring of 2015, Township of Warwick Council identified the need to undertake its next generation Strategic Plan. Warwick's first Strategic Plan was completed in 2003 and resulted in a number of other important research and development studies to support it's decisions. The Strategic Plan for 2015 to 2020 was approved by Council on July 27, 2015.
Council uses the Strategic Plan as an important governance and management tool in identifying key development, policy and related initiatives that guide decision-making for the Township.
2017 Council Remuneration
Section 284 of the Municipal Act requires that all municipalities provide the Council of the municipality an itemized statement on remuneration and expenses paid in the previous year prior to March 31st of the following year. Remuneration paid in 2017 is in compliance with By-law 123 of 2014 setting remuneration for Council.
Municipal Energy Conservation
In 2009 the Ministry of Energy and Infrastructure enacted the Green Energy Act to help public agencies including municipalities, hospitals and schools manage and reduce their energy consumption. As part of this Act, Regulation 397/11 requires certain public agencies – municipalities, municipal service boards, school boards, universities, colleges and hospitals – to report on their annual energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions beginning in 2013, starting with reporting amounts from 2011. The regulation also requires the development and implementation of conservation and demand management (CDM) plans starting in 2014.
Warwick Township Council approved its 5 Year Municipal Energy Management Plan in June 2014. This plan identifies projects and plans to reduce energy consumption over the next 5 years. As part of the completion of this plan, the Township compelted the Energy Conservation Template with 2012 data.
Asset Management Plan
Warwick Township’s Asset Management Plan (AMP) was approved in 2013 and complies with the requirements as outlined within the provincial Building Together Guide for Municipal Asset Management Plans. It will serve as a strategic, tactical, and financial document, ensuring the management of the municipal infrastructure follows sound asset management practices and principles, while optimising available resources and establishing desired levels of service.
Warwick Township Water/Sewer Annual Report
Drinking-Water Systems Regulation O. Reg. 170/03
News & Events
CLASS ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENTFOR THE BEAR CREEK BRIDGE(VILLAGE OF WARWICK) Bear Creek Bridge.pdf
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