Municipalities can now submit their 2018 SFEs for Capital and Operating on MSIO. SFEs for the 2018 program year are due by May 1, 2019.
As of January 1, 2017, all MSI documentation, including MSI Capital project applications and amendments, Operating spending plans, and Capital and Operating SFEs, must be submitted through the Municipal Sustainability Online (MSIO) system.
Projects using Basic Municipal Tranportation Grant (BMTG) funding allocated in 2013 and previous years, should continue to report to Alberta Transportation through Municipal Grants Management Applications.
Access to MSIO is through MAConnect, the Municipal Affairs web portal. Individuals can request access to MSIO through their municipality's MAConnect Stakeholder Administrator. Municipalities that need to update their MAConnect user accounts will have to submit new Stakeholder Agreements which can be requested by emailing MSIOaccess@gov.ab.ca. User Guides to assist with navigation through MSIO Capital and MSIO Operating are posted below. MAConnect can be found at http://www.maconnect.alberta.ca.
A signed copy of the MSIO application is not required. Contact information is provided in the program guidelines, and posted here.
MSI Capital Guidelines:
MSI Operating Guidelines:
MSIO User Guides:
- MSI Capital Application Guide - Question Four: Functional Project Category
- MSI Capital Application Guide - Question Five: Resulting Capital Asset