Community Facilities Assessment Report

In 2019 the City of Lloydminster's Building Committee and contracted organizations completed a high-level analysis of City owned facilities. This study analyzed 17 buildings based on factors such as age, condition and capital cost for rehabilitation/renovation and much more. The results form this study will help guide the future budgeting and community planning for Lloydminster's Administration and City Council.

Report Highlights

Within the official Community Buildings Report, each facility report was combined to create a comparable analysis based on the year of construction, building condition rating, estimated costs to maintain/operate, assessment findings and action plan recommendations.

As such, the current buildings were deemed as follows:

Get Involved

On December 3, 2019, City Council and Administration welcomed residents and stakeholders to a multi-topic Your Voice Open House. This event allowed residents to better understand the current challenges facing municipal buildings such as the Heritage Building (Downtown Clock Tower), Lloydminster Culture and Science Centre, Community Services Building, Centennial Civic Centre and Fire Hall #1. Guests will also have opportunity to learn more about the draft Martin Browne Area Redevelopment Plan and the proposed Dangerous Goods Routes. View the December 3 Your Voice content boards.

Do you have additional questions on the Community Facilities Assessment Report? Share your voice by emailing yourvoice@lloydminster.ca.

With your feedback we can prepare for a stronger tomorrow.

In 2019 the City of Lloydminster's Building Committee and contracted organizations completed a high-level analysis of City owned facilities. This study analyzed 17 buildings based on factors such as age, condition and capital cost for rehabilitation/renovation and much more. The results form this study will help guide the future budgeting and community planning for Lloydminster's Administration and City Council.

Report Highlights

Within the official Community Buildings Report, each facility report was combined to create a comparable analysis based on the year of construction, building condition rating, estimated costs to maintain/operate, assessment findings and action plan recommendations.

As such, the current buildings were deemed as follows:

Get Involved

On December 3, 2019, City Council and Administration welcomed residents and stakeholders to a multi-topic Your Voice Open House. This event allowed residents to better understand the current challenges facing municipal buildings such as the Heritage Building (Downtown Clock Tower), Lloydminster Culture and Science Centre, Community Services Building, Centennial Civic Centre and Fire Hall #1. Guests will also have opportunity to learn more about the draft Martin Browne Area Redevelopment Plan and the proposed Dangerous Goods Routes. View the December 3 Your Voice content boards.

Do you have additional questions on the Community Facilities Assessment Report? Share your voice by emailing yourvoice@lloydminster.ca.

With your feedback we can prepare for a stronger tomorrow.