The Municipal Sustainability Initiative (MSI)
Alberta’s municipalities are strong, vibrant places to live, work and raise a family. In 2007, the $11.3 billion MSI program was announced to provide predictable, sustainable funding for our province’s municipal infrastructure projects to keep our municipalities strong.
Since 2007, Alberta’s municipalities have been allocated $4.8 billion in MSI funding. This has meant communities across Alberta have been able to build or upgrade their public transit vehicles and facilities, recreation and sport facilities, roadways and bridges, and storm sewer systems, to name a few key projects chosen locally, based on priorities.
This website is dedicated to telling your community MSI story – and increasing the profile of the projects that are making Alberta’s communities even greater places to live.
What's New in 2013?
- 2013 Capital Guidelines
- 2013 Capital Application Form
- 2013 Operating Guidelines
- 2013 Operating Application Form
- 2013 MSI Allocation Amounts by Municipality
For More Information
If you have questions about the MSI program, we'd like to hear from you. For program-specific inquiries, please email:
- For MSI Capital Grants: email@example.com
- For MSI Operating Grants: firstname.lastname@example.org
To ask about the communications activities or to share an MSI success story from your community email:
Meadows Recreation Centre, Library and Park - Edmonton
A new community hub in Edmonton's southeast is taking shape and will include park space, a community recreation centre and a new library.
Lethbridge Enmax Centre
Thanks in part to funding from the Municipal Sustainability Initiative, Lethbridge residents and visitors are enjoying a renovated and expanded recreation centre.