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Development Manual, Energy Plan and Master Plans
1. Development Flow Charts
2. Assumption and Acceptance of Services
3. Guidelines, Professional Engineers, 1994
4. Irrevocable Letter of Credit
5. Community Mailbox Installation Guideline
1. Typical Site Plan Agreement
2. Typical Subdivision Agreement
Development Charges & Tariff Of Fees By-law
Development Charges & Tariff of Fees By-law 2019
1. Cross Connection By-Law 11-2001
2. Assumption of Private Roads Policy
3. Watermain Proceedure, January 3, 2017
4. Sewer Testing
1. Construction Checklist
2. Site Plan Checklist
3. Subdivision Development Checklist
The Town of Lakeshore has completed its Asset Management Plan, The Asset Management Plan (AMP) will assist the Town in making decisions regarding the building, operating, maintaining, renewing, replacing, and disposing of infrastructure assets. The intent of the plan is to make the best use of the funds available while managing risk and continuing to provide adequate levels of services to the public.
Click here to read the entire Asset Management Plan for The Town of Lakeshore
At the July 7, 2008 Council meeting Council adopted the final report of the Transportation Master Plan. The Transportation Master Plan for the Town of Lakeshore provides a comprehensive long range plan that integrates the transportation infrastructure requirements of existing and future land use, with the community planning principles of the municipality for growth management, public safety, affordability, economic vitality and quality of life developed through the Town's new Official Plan.
Comments on Engineering and Development related issues can be sent to email@example.com.
The Engineering Services division is responsible for:
Paper copies of these reports are also available for viewing at the Lakeshore Town Hall reception.
In 2009 the Province passed the Green Energy Act, which has as one of its objectives the promotion of energy conservation. Ontario Regulation 397/11 Energy Conservation and Demand Management Plans made under the Green Energy Act was issued in August 2011 as part of the promotion of energy conservation objective.
Ontario Regulation 379/11 requires the Town of Lakeshore to prepare a five-year Energy Conservation and Demand Management (ECDM) Plan and to publish it by July 1, 2014. Lakeshore Council adopted its ECDM Plan on June 10, 2014. The ECDM Plan can be found at the link below:
Town of Lakeshore Energy Conservation and Demand Management Plan 2014 - 2019(Made under Ontario Regulation 397/11 Energy Conservation and Demand Management Plans)