2022-2023 Community Report

2022-2023 Community Report Highlights Initiatives and Progress
Posted on 05/01/2023

The City of Charlottetown has released its 2022-2023 Community Report highlighting more than 75 key projects and initiatives. The annual document reports on many of the City’s major accomplishments and looks ahead to some of the upcoming priorities, showcasing how the City is working to make Charlottetown a wonderful place to live, work and enjoy.

“The 2022-2023 Community Report outlines the collective priorities the City is working toward,” said Mayor Philip Brown. “It showcases our positive momentum and the projects and initiatives that are making our City even better in terms of lifestyle, community and economy.”

Report highlights include:

  •  Improving major infrastructure such as St. Peter’s Road/Belvedere Avenue roundabout, Beach Grove Road culvert, Pond, Garfield and Harley Streets and Wright’s Creek bridge.
  • Planning and development projects including the Official Plan and Growth Management Study, along with a record valuation of building and development permits.
  • Launching a new Strategic Plan (2022 to 2026) – A Community for Everyone.
  • Hosting athletes, coaches and officials from across Canada as part of the 2023 Canada Winter Games.
  • Strengthening administration by completing a financial review and governance review.
  • Supporting and celebrating our community along with a new Public Art Plan and three new mural installations.
  • Investing in transit by developing an electrification program and new fleet.
  • Demonstrating leadership and responsiveness through community safety and Hurricane Fiona recovery efforts.
  • Building on our sustainability commitments through a new Climate Action Plan, flood protection rebate program and home energy upgrade efficiency programs.
  • Improving key corridors such as University Avenue Master Plan and redevelopment of North River Road; and,
  • Investing in parks, playgrounds and active transportation throughout the city.

“The Community Report shows that Charlottetown has much to be proud of and to look forward to,” said Eleanor Mohammed, Chief Administrative Officer. “This is a wonderful community filled with so much character and potential. It’s exciting to now see the commitment and hard work firsthand.”

In keeping with the City’s commitment to sustainability, the 2022-2023 Community Report is now available online at charlottetown.ca/annualreport and a limited number of hard copies will be available for pickup May 12 at City Hall (199 Queen Street).