The City of Quesnel is responsible for providing and maintaining a wide variety of infrastructure
that is vital to the well-being of the citizens and businesses of the community. With ongoing use and the passage of time, existing infrastructure deteriorates. Some of the City’s infrastructure will be reaching the end of useful life over the next few decades and will require a significant investment to maintain existing levels of service. Reinvestment in the infrastructure, which includes replacement and restoration, is required to ensure that the City’s asset base is
preserved and that future generations are able to enjoy the same quality of service.
The City is therefore continuing to refine and advance the Capital Reinvestment Program (CRP). The main objective of the CRP is to achieve a consistent and financially sustainable program for the repair and replacement of key infrastructure components such that the City of Quesnel remains a vital and thriving community. This overarching program objective can be realized by following a sound process and by exercising good judgment.
Find out what areas we are reinvesting in on the Capital Projects page.