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Asset Management Communication Plans (AMCP)

A strong municipal asset management program requires the support and buy-in of multiple departments, senior management, and city council. Furthermore, the broader community must be aware of the role asset management plays in supporting strategic long-term decisions regarding infrastructure investments. PSD is not assisting communities with asset management  community engagement and internal communications efforts. 

Together with our team of former municipal executives, municipalities will have the opportunity to build a coherent and informed engagement and communications strategy meant specifically for communicating asset management to relevant stakeholders. PSD will work with your municipality to develop and execute engagement exervises to determine the level of awareness of asset management among council, staff, and the community. Following the engagement process, PSD will assist your municipality in designing and delivering tailored presentations, workshops, and tools to help address identified gaps in asset management communications competencies.

PSD Asset Management Communication Plan

  • Development and execution of asset management community engagement workshops
  • Development and execution of asset management council presentation and/or workshops
  • Assessment of asset management communications competencies with recommendations

Contact our team to learn how we can assist your municipality with your asset management communications efforts.

"PSD's asset management communications template lays out a solid plan that municipalities can follow, while leaving enough latitude that it can be customized to meet your municipal needs." 

-Clae Hack, Director of Finance, City of Saskatoon

"The input from the participating municipalities in this pilot project was invaluable. We learned so much being one of the smaller municipalities involved. This template will allow you to better communicate your municipality's asset management plan or program and learn from some of the mistakes that others have made along the way." 

- Bill Dakin, Director of Financial Services, Municipality of Strathroy-Caradoc