Using previous work evaluating the major risks facing the District, the trustees have prepared a Strategic Plan which outlines future actions and infrastructure investments required to control these risks. A first plan was approved in May, 2020 and introduced at the 2020 Annual General Meeting. As part of the 2021 Budget preparation, the plan was reviewed. It is expected that the plan will be reviewed annually and updated as necessary.
One of the main preliminary elements to the Strategic Plan was a business resiliency and risk assessment for the Scott Point Waterworks District completed in 2017, using a framework put together by the B.C. Water and Waste Association. This assessment was refined after a workshop held with a number of residents who had previously served as District trustees.
Using this overall risk overview, a physical risk assessment for Scott Point Waterworks District was prepared and is available here.
The outcome of these assessments were revisions to the District’s Emergency Response Plan and the 10-year Financial Plan which includes future operating and capital financial requirements. Both of these documents are available on this website under the Governance tab.