Status of Regional Infrastructure Assets
We measure progress towards long-term outcomes by tracking key indicators for the Peel community.
Region of Peel Infrastructure Assets
Why is this important?
- The Region of Peel owns, operates maintains assets that make it possible for the Region of Peel to provide high quality and affordable municipal services to the community.
- Keeping existing assets in a state of good repair and building new infrastructure are both critical to the short and long–term success of the Region of Peel.
- The Region of Peel is committed to strong stewardship of the public's assets.
How is this measured?
- The following assets are assessed regularly for current condition, and are also reviewed in context of meeting anticipated future needs:
- 2 Regional office complexes
- 6 Affordable housing buildings
- 3 Child care centres
- 5 Long–term care centres
- 3 Homeless shelters
- 5 Regional Paramedic stations
- 6 Community Recycling Centres
- 1 composting and curing facility
- 1 material recycling facility
- 2 water treatment plants
- 4 Public Works yards
- 15 wells
- 23 water storage facilities
- 13 pumping stations
- 4,522 km of water pipes
- 2 wastewater treatment plants
- 32 sewage pumping stations
- 3560 km of sanitary sewer pipes
- 450 vehicles and 180 vehicle equipment assets:
- 61 TransHelp vehicles
- 124 paramedic vehicles
- 455 paramedic equipment assets
- 1,591 km of Regional roads, 175 bridges and large culverts
What progress are we making?
- The Region of Peel has achieved an overall rating of "good" or "very good" for our infrastructure assets over the past three years.
- In 2017, the Region of Peel's infrastructure had a replacement value of approximately $26.2 billion.
- From 2017 to 2026, the Region of Peel plans to reinvest almost $2.2 billion to maintain the assets at current conditions, and acquire new assets needed to provide high quality Regional services to the community.
- For more details, please see our 2017 Infrastructure Status and Outlook Report Card.