Master Servicing Plan

Master Servicing Plan for Water, Sanitary and Stormwater Services

As part of the 2017 budget process, Brantford City Council approved the review of the City's Master Servicing Plan, to occur at the same time as the review of the City’s Transportation Master Plan and the City’s Official Plan

The Master Servicing Plan (MSP) update will develop a comprehensive plan that will incorporate all facets of management, expansion and funding of the water, wastewater and stormwater system for the entire City, including the Boundary Expansion Lands. The study will review in detail plans to 2041 and more broad implications beyond 2041.

Specific components of the overall Master Servicing Plan include the:

Objective 

The objective of the Study is to develop a comprehensive plan that will incorporate all facets of the management, expansion and funding of the water, sanitary and storm systems for the entire City to the year 2041 and beyond.

The Study

The City of Brantford is completing a Master Servicing Plan for Water, Sanitary and Stormwater services. The Study will develop a comprehensive plan that incorporates all facets of the management, expansion and funding of the City’s water, sanitary and storm systems to the year 2041.

The Study will provide the City of Brantford with strategies necessary to manage infrastructure improvements and growth in the most effective and efficient manner. The study will also identify the individual projects required to complement these strategies, and prioritize these projects based on need and required timing.

The Process

The Study will define existing problems and opportunities, consider and evaluate solutions and identify preferred water, wastewater and stormwater servicing strategies. The Master Servicing Plan is being completed as a Class EA study, separate from the Transportation Master Plan, in accordance with the requirement of the Municipal Engineers Association (MEA) Class Environmental Assessment (EA) process for master planning (MEA, June 2000 as amended in 2007 and 2011). The study is being undertaken based on Phases 1 and 2 of the Class EA processes for Master Plans.

Public Information Centres will be held throughout the process.