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Request for Decision

Healthy Community Initiative Fund Applications



Presented To: City Council
Presented: Tuesday, Aug 14, 2018
Report Date: Monday, Jul 30, 2018
Type: Routine Management Reports



Signed By

Report Prepared By
Lyne Côté Veilleux
Co-ordinator of Community Initiatives & Quality Assurance
Digitally Signed Jul 30, 18

Manager Review
Barbara Dubois
Manager of Community Initiatives, Performance Support and Quality Improvement
Digitally Signed Jul 30, 18

Financial Implications
Apryl Lukezic
Co-ordinator of Budgets
Digitally Signed Jul 30, 18

Recommended by the Department
Catherine Matheson
General Manager of Community Development
Digitally Signed Jul 30, 18

Recommended by the C.A.O.
Ed Archer
Chief Administrative Officer
Digitally Signed Jul 30, 18

Resolution

THAT the City of Greater Sudbury approves the Healthy Community Initiative Fund requests, as outlined in the report entitled "Healthy Community Initiative Fund Applications", from the General Manager of Community Development, presented at the City Council meeting on August 14, 2018;

AND THAT any necessary by-laws be prepared.

Relationship to the Strategic Plan / Health Impact Assessment

This report supports Council's Strategic Plan in the area of Quality of Life and Place as it aligns with the Population Health Priorities of Building Resiliency, Investing in Families, Creating Play Opportunities, and Promoting an Age-Friendly Strategy. The Healthy Community Initiative funds support community-based projects and initiatives that are affordable and promote inclusiveness for the benefit of citizens.

 

Report Summary

By-law 2018-129 requires Council's approval for all eligible Healthy Community Initiative Capital fund requests exceeding $10,000, and Grant requests exceeding $1,000. The General Manager of Community Development is recommending that funding requests identified in the report be approved as proposed.

Financial Implications

The Healthy Community Initiative (HCI) Fund is allocated within prescribed budgets.  Approval of an HCI capital project includes approval of operating costs to be provided in the base budget in subsequent budget years for the operating department.