The City of Charlottetown's new Integrated Community Sustainability Plan (ICSP) was adopted by Council on March 13, 2017. The ICSP is a long-term, forward thinking strategic plan that was developed in consultation with the public to provide direction for the community to realize sustainability objectives for its environmental, economic, social and cultural dimensions. The latest version of the ICSP assesses the progress made since it was first created in 2010. It's designed to ensure the City is moving in the right direction and ready to enter the next phase of implementation. The ten themes in the report were identified as priorities by the public during the consultation phase. The themes are: Water; Energy; Transportation; Food; Healthy Economy; Infrastructure and the Built Environment; People and Places; Arts, Culture and Heritage; Active Healthy Living; and, Nature. Each of the themes are broken down in the report to include feedback from the public, progress and existing community assets, key stakeholders, and tangible goals and actions for the City to strive toward.
For more information, download the following:
Sustainable Living Guide
Annual Report 2016