General

January 5, 2018

General

A coordinated approach to servicing and infrastructure can provide for more efficient delivery of high-quality services in the Region. Long-term planning provides greater certainty to support the expansion of regional…

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Potable Water

January 5, 2018

Potable Water

Available supplies of potable water are an important component in supporting regional growth. In the P4G Region, the City of Saskatoon provides potable water supplies, and SaskWater and other third-party…

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Wastewater

January 5, 2018

Wastewater

Wastewater collection and treatment in the P4G Region are managed either by centralized systems or on-site treatment options. Safe and effective wastewater infrastructure development and service provision are essential not…

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Transportation

January 5, 2018

Transportation

Coordination of transportation infrastructure in the Region is an essential component to accessibility and mobility. Although the province manages the development and maintenance of highways and related infrastructure, municipalities have…

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Stormwater and Drainage

January 5, 2018

Stormwater and Drainage

Stormwater and drainage infrastructure in the Region is typically managed at the scale of a development or neighbourhood. However, regional actions can provide common standards for development and coordinate projects…

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Infrastructure Corridors

January 5, 2018

Infrastructure Corridors

Infrastructure corridors can be a critical component for coordinating regional-scale services. By co-locating multiple types of public and private utilities within the same linear alignment, the costs of land acquisition…

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Servicing Agreements

January 5, 2018

Servicing Agreements

Servicing agreements provide municipalities with a clear understanding of how certain infrastructure will be provided to support new development. From a regional perspective, this is important as there may be…

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Development Levies and Servicing Agreement Fees

January 5, 2018

Development Levies and Servicing Agreement Fees

Development levies and servicing agreement fees provide a mechanism to provide funding for capital projects to service new development. For the Region, there is a need both to coordinate how…

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