Community Improvement Plan

A Community Improvement Plan (CIP) was developed for the Township of Admaston/Bromley to serve as a long-term plan for creating healthy and vibrant communities and neighbourhoods. A Community Improvement Plan is a document that provides municipalities in Ontario with the tools and strategies that allow for the improvement, rehabilitation, or redevelopment of defined project areas.

The Township of Admaston/Bromley Community Improvement Plan will include programs currently permitted within the provisions of the County of Renfrew Official Plan. The County of Renfrew Official Plan establishes the provisions for the development and implementation of CIPs for lower-tier municipalities in the County of Renfrew. Section 28 of the Planning Act authorizes municipalities to prepare and implement CIPs. A CIP enables municipalities to provide grants or loans to private property owners to assist with approved programs in designated community improvement areas.

The Township Community Improvement Plan includes both municipal-driven and financial incentive programs. The Municipal-Driven Programs will allow the Township to effectively demonstrate leadership and initiatives in community improvement planning by redeveloping and improving Township communities. The Financial Incentive programs will assist and encourage private sector investment through various financial support programs.

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