Warning | Boil Water Advisory Lifted

The Boil Water Advisory for Silverado, Yorkville and Belmont has been lifted

Boil Water Advisory Lifted

Municipal Development Plan and Calgary Transportation Plan Monitoring Progress Report

Calgary City Council approved the Municipal Development Plan and Calgary Transportation Plan in 2009. Updated Plans were approved in February 2021. The Plans provide key strategic policy to guide growth, mobility and city-building over a 60-year period. We report on the progress made towards the 60-year goals every four years. The most recent report is the MDP/CTP 2022 Monitoring Progress Report.

Monitoring reports are produced every four years, in conjunction with The City’s budget planning process. Since achieving the plans occurs over a long period of time, some indicators will not show significant change early on. The 2022 monitoring report shows that together, as a community, we are moving in the right direction towards achieving some goals set by Calgary City Council, however, more effort is required get back on track to meet all our objectives.  

The next monitoring report is scheduled for 2026. Before then, a review of the 14 Core Indicators will occur to ensure the indictors are still relevant and effective in driving outcomes. This need was identified through The Next 20 project, which conducted an in-depth look at the indicators in the State of the City report

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