Regional Sport, Recreational, and Cultural Infrastructure
Planning and Cost Sharing

Southwest New Brunswick Recreation Master Plan Final Report (3MB PDF document)
Coastal Link Trail Feasibility Study (12MB PDF document)

The Regional Service Commissions  will be responsible for facilitating the planning and cost-sharing of  major sport, recreational and cultural  facilities within each of their  respective regions.
The Commissions will be the  entity through which Municipalities, Rural Communities and Local  Service Districts come together to identify and reach consensus on the  need, the scope and the financing required for  such new facilities  (could include the expansion / renovation of  existing facilities). Such agreements could be developed by the Commissions on a fully regional  or on a sub-regional basis and would cover both initial capital and  ongoing operational costs. In order to  secure provincial funding, the  project proponents will be required to  obtain support from those  communities expected to benefit from the  facilities.

Commissions will be required to meet any provincial or other established standards associated with the services being delivered.

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The Southwest New Brunswick Service Commission is dedicated to providing effective and efficient services to our Region. We commit to being open, transparent, and collaborative in providing innovative solutions to regional issues that make a difference in our communities.