2012-14 Capital Budget
The City of Edmonton’s three-year Capital Budget determines the investment in Edmonton’s hard infrastructure: the construction of buildings like recreation centres and libraries, transportation assets like LRT lines and bridges, and neighbourhood infrastructure like sidewalks and streetscapes.
The proposed 2012-14 Capital Budget was presented to Council November 9. City Council approved the three-year Capital Budget on December 8, 2011.
2012-2014 Capital Budget
The 10-year Capital Investment Agenda (2012-21) assists Council in making strategic decisions on how best to allocate City resources to build and maintain the infrastructure Edmontonians will require over the next decade.
The three-year Capital Budget (2012-2014) identifies the investments in our community.
Capital projects are Transforming Edmonton and bringing to life the vision for our city. The $3.6 billion 2009-11 Capital Budget was an unparalleled level of infrastructure investment Edmonton's history. The City is continuing to advance the investment in needed infrastructure with spending of $2.75 billion over the three years 2012 to 2014. See highlights of projects in Edmonton's Capital Budgets.The 2012-2014 Capital Project Profiles provides details on construction and renewal activity proposed in each City department.
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