The Township has developed a number of documents that guide Council and staff in making important decisions.
Our plan describes the measures that the Township may undertake to identify, remove and prevent barriers so that goods, services, facilities, accommodation, employment, buildings, structures and premises are accessible to persons with disabilities.
The Asset Management Plan has been created in conjunction with the Roads Needs Study. The plan is a process that allows for maintenance, upgrading, and operations of physical assets owned by the Township. The intent is that by implementing an Asset Management Plan, the Township can meet new demands in a financially accountable framework while preserving the Township's quality of life.
Energy Conservation and Demand Management Plan - Appendix "A" (updated June 2016)
The Ontario Provincial Government has committed to help public agencies better understand and manage their energy consumption. As part of this commitment, Ontario Regulation 397/11 under the Green Energy Act 2009 requires public agencies - municipalities, municipal services boards, school boards, universities, colleges and hospitals - to report on their energy consumption and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions annually beginning in 2013 and to develop and implement energy Conservation and Demand Management (CDM) plans starting in 2014.
Tay Valley Township is committed to the promotion of responsible energy management, through the implementation of economically viable energy efficiencies and environmental consideration throughout all facilities, assets and equipment. We will continually approach energy management in a strategic manner allowing for the proactive pursuit of optimal energy solutions that lead to environmental, social, and economic benefits.
Visit the Save On Energy and Ministry of Energy - Incentive Programs websites to understand programs and incentives for energy reduction in your area.
The Road Needs Study provides Council and Senior Staff with an inventory of all roads and a plan to repair and maintain the Municipality's roads, to a satisfactory level of service. The study also includes recommendations in relation to bridges, equipment and facility requirements for the Public Works Department.
The Township's Official Plan is a legal document containing the goals, objectives and policies which guide development and change in the Township for twenty years into the future. The Plan is intended to assist Council and its various committees, municipal staff, developers, government agencies and the public in their efforts to maintain and strengthen the environment, economy, culture and social assets of the Township.
Council has produced a strategic plan that reflects the wishes and desires of the community. It represent s a guiding document to assist Council in making important decisions for many years and will help to direct your tax dollars to the programs and services that are most important.