While all levels of government in Canada are involved with services such as roads and transit, waste management, water supply and sewage treatment, recent trends have left municipal governments bearing a greater proportion of services, but with less financial assistance. This has led to a re-alignment of the municipal role, the pursuit of innovative financial arrangements and a greater role for the private sector in service delivery.
Municipalities are gradually establishing their priority areas of involvement, with infrastructure gradually increasing in importance alongside key “people” services such as policing, fire and housing.
Dillon helps municipalities implement large capital projects, plan for growth and manage key municipal services. We help make our clients successful by seeing the bigger picture through “municipal eyes.” Trust, organizational understanding and commitment to delivery are key attributes of that service.