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Residential Renewal Program

The Residential Road Renewal Program (RRRP) aims to address the growing backlog of road work. In this program, a dedicated one per cent mill rate is directed solely towards the improvement of residential roads. This program also receives 25 per cent of the Street Infrastructure Renewal Program (SIRP) budget.

This program and funding is approved up to 2019 and is subject to annual reporting.

Funding Breakdown for RRRP
Year Mill Rate % Mill Rate $ 25% of SIRP Budget Total RRRP Budget
2014 1% $1.7 million $3.8 million $5.5 million
2015 2% $3.7 million $3.8 million $7.5 million
2016 3% $5.5 million $3.8 million $9.3 million
2017 4% $7.2 million* $3.8 million $11 million*
2018 5% $8.5 million* $3.8 million $12.3 million*
2019 6% $10.2 million* $3.8 million $14 million*
TOTAL $36.8 million* $22.8 million $59.6 million*

*Projected budget

 RRRP details are released each spring.

 The following table summarizes completed and projected RRRP work:

Year Number of Kilometres Number of Projects Budget Allocation ($)
2015 19.2 87 $7.5 million
2016 21.9 66 $9.3 million
2017 (proposed) 18.8 67 $11 million
2018 (proposed) 21.5 73 $12.3 million
2019 (proposed) 24.8 84 $14 million
TOTAL 106.2 337 $54.1 million