Corporate and Master Plans include important directions and actions for the implementation of the Township of Tiny 2015-2020 Strategic Plan priorities and the overall community planning process. These long-term plans provide a strategic framework that is used to organize and align the Township's programs, projects and service delivery.
in accordance with section 5(1) of Ontario Regulation 588/17: Asset Management Planning for Municipal Infrastructure under the Infrastructure for Jobs and Prosperity Act, 2015 (O. Reg. 588/17), the Township of Tiny has completed an asset management plan for their core assets (water infrastructure, roads, stormwater infrastructure, bridges).
The Balm Beach Master Plan was developed to provide the basics for managing the future use, maintenance and development of the public lands in the Balm Beach area. Re-Development and Improvements were brought forward in 2009.
Bluewater Beach is a 17.95 acre park that features the naturally sensitive Bluewater Sand Dunes. Approximately 12 acres of the total area comprises the dunes, which are fenced off and appropriately signed, to prohibit access and to protect this ecologically sensitive area.
In 2017, the municipality engaged T.J. Wieclawek Consulting to undertake a Master Fire Plan (MFP) examining all aspects of the municipality's fire service operations. As a result of the 46 recommendations made by the consultant, a recommended action plan for each item was presented to and approved by Council. The Master Fire Plan and the recommended actions can be found at the link below.
Jackson Beach Park is a 16.27 acres beach park at D’Aoust Bay and is the location of Tiny’s single public boat launch.
- Jackson Park Master Plan (PDF)
- Jackson Park Master Plan - Final Recommendations (PDF)
- Resolution 791/99 - Master Plan Adoption (PDF)
The Township of Tiny’s public boat launch is located at Jackson Park, 1 Marina Road.
Visit the links below to view information relating to the Lafontaine Beach Park, Beach Water Quality Improvements - Class EA Environmental Study.
- Resolution 366-14 LA Class EA - Permitting Design (PDF)
- Lafontaine Beach Master Plan Notice of Study Completion (PDF)
- Public Works Report PWR-29-13 and Resolution 362/13, Preferred Alternative (PDF)
- Lafontaine Shoreline Restoration Study Presentation dated June 24, 2013 (PDF)
- Lafontaine Shoreline Restoration Study Technical Report May 29, 2013 (PDF)
- Lafontaine Beach Park Class EA Natural Environment Report June 2013 (PDF)
- Minutes of PIC (Public Information Centre) #1, August 25, 2012 (PDF)
- Comment Sheet (PDF) - Comments will be received until September 25, 2012
- Coldwater Consulting Shoreline Restoration Presentation, August 25, 2012 (PDF)
- Shoreline Restoration Study Presentation, August 25, 2012 (PDF)
- Lafontaine Beach Park Class EA Presentation, August 25, 2012 (PDF)
- Coastal Summary Report (PDF)
- Draft Shoreline Restoration Report (PDF)
- Shoreline Restoration Study - Technical Report (PDF)
The Township is committed to exploring opportunities to enhance senior services. Creating a community where older people are valued and can enjoy good health, happiness, and fulfillment is our priority. As a result, the Township completed a local aging study in 2017.
The Local Aging Plan is a collection of goals and objectives in eight domains with strategies to improve the overall well-being and quality of life for older adults across the Township.
The Master Plan is a high level document that addresses the need of all municipal parks and recreation services for, and their delivery to, Tiny residents to the end of its timeframe – 2029.
- 2017-19 Parks & Recreation Master Plan (Executive Summary) (PDF)
- 2017-19 Parks & Recreation Master Plan (Essential Reading Guide) (PDF)
- 2017-19 Parks & Recreation Master Plan (PDF)
The Township of Tiny prepared a Trails and Active Transportation Master Plan in 2011 and completed a Trails Wayfinding Master Plan in 2016. This plan provides a comprehensive system of signage designed to orient trail users and provide clear directional information along a signed network of trails and cycling routes. The signage and trail information supports and compliments the overall image of the Township of Tiny, the Tiny Rail Trail, and aligns with supportive signage programs being developed by and implemented by project partners such as Simcoe County and Regional Tourism Organization 7 (RTO7).
The Tiny Trails and Active Transportation Master Plan was adopted by Council on September 26, 2011 via Motion 605/11.
Please click on the link below entitled "Tiny Trails and Active Transportation Master Plan" to view the complete plan.
The Township of Tiny completed a Master Plan for Wyevale Park in 2015. The Master Plan provides a vision for the future of the park that strengthens the Park’s uniqueness and provides recreational opportunities across all of the Township of Tiny.