• Welcome to AMONTario! Watch this short video for an introduction to the principles of municipal asset management.
  • AMONTario is a multi-disciplinary community of practice for public infrastructure stewards. Core values include: collaboration, sector leadership, and innovation.
  • Click here for AMONtario's remarks to the Standing Committee on Finance & Economic Affairs regarding the 'Impact of COVID-19 on Ontario's infrastructure sector' (Aug. 2020)

About AMONTario

Asset Management Ontario is a non-profit volunteer community of practice comprised of public sector asset management practitioners across Ontario that meets to share information and best practices to satisfy the growing needs of the asset management profession and public infrastructure. Our membership spans a variety of expertise and backgrounds including finance, engineering, planning and other disciplines.

Asset Management Ontario membership is free for all municipal practitioners (signed up using their municipal/organization email addresses) and includes:

  • Access to quarterly working group meetings
  • Access to online resources and webinars
  • Updates on the changing asset management landscape in Ontario, nationally and globally.
  • Topic-specific project groups
  • Workshops & Training sessions*
  • Annual General Meeting*

*some in-person and training related events are at additional cost
 

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Partner Announcement: PEMAC's Asset Management Professional Program

Made possible by a grant through the Municipal Asset Management Program (MAMP), which is delivered by the Federation of Canadian Municipalities and funded by the Government of Canada, municipal sector practitioners from across Canada are invited to participate in a special offering of PEMAC’s Asset Management Professional (AMP) education and certification program. Teams from municipalities across Canada will take the learning journey together through six courses of the program that will begin in February 2020 and run through August 2022, with the goal of meaningfully improving the Asset Management practices of their municipality.