CCBF - Notional Allocation Fund

The Notional Allocation Fund is comprised of incorporated municipalities that do not provide centralized water and/or sewer services. This group of communities receives 3.33 percent (%) of the CCBF funds. The Province will administer this component on a per capita basis.  

While the CCBF program is permanent, the allocations are calculated over five-year intervals to allow for adjustments to be made according to new population census figures that become available.

To receive the funds, municipalities are required to submit five-year Capital Investment Plans (CIPs) indicating which projects they intend to complete with their allocation. At the end of each fiscal year, the municipality must submit an audited Annual Expenditure Report (AER).

Eligible categories under the CCBF program include: Drinking Water, Wastewater, Capacity Building, Local Roads and Bridges, Highways, Cultural Infrastructure, Tourism Infrastructure, Fire Halls and Fire Station Infrastructure, Solid Waste, Community Energy Systems, Recreational Infrastructure, Short-sea Shipping, Sport Infrastructure, Public Transit, Disaster Mitigation, Brownfield Redevelopment, Broadband Connectivity, Regional and Local Airports, and Short-line Rail.

 

 
Funds available to each NA municipality
Municipality 2019-2020 2019-2020 Top-Up 2020-2021 2020-2021 Top-Up 2021-2022 2022-2023 2023-2024 Total
Alexandra 6,339 6,339 6,339 6,339 6,627 6,627 6,916 45,527
Annandale-L.Pond 6,052 6,052 6,052 6,052 6,328 6,328 6,603 43,467
Bedeque and Area 8,663 8,663 8,663 8,663 9,056 9,056 9,450 62,214
Belfast 47,903 47,903 47,903 47,903 50,080 50,080 52,258 344,030
Brackley (Winsloe South) 17,096 17,096 17,096 17,096 17,873 17,873 18,650 122,780
Breadalbane 4,790 4,790 4,790 4,790 5,008 5,008 5,226 34,403
Central Kings 9,724 9,724 9,724 9,724 10,166 10,166 10,608 69,836
Clyde River 18,731 18,731 18,731 18,731 19,582 19,582 20,434 134,522
Darlington 2,610 2,610 2,610 2,610 2,729 2,729 2,848 18,747
Eastern Kings 20,337 20,337 20,337 20,337 21,262 21,262 22,186 146,058
Central Prince (Ellerslie-Bideford, Lady sl.) 31,897 31,897 31,897 31,897 33,347 33,347 34,797 229,079
Greenmount-Montrose 7,630 7,630 7,630 7,630 7,977 7,977 8,324 54,798
Hampshire 9,609 9,609 9,609 9,609 10,046 10,046 10,483 69,012
Hazelbrook 5,249 5,249 5,249 5,249 5,488 5,488 5,726 37,699
Kingston 31,438 31,438 31,438 31,438 32,867 32,867 34,296 225,783
Linkletter 8,892 8,892 8,892 8,892 9,296 9,296 9,701 63,862
Lot 11 and Area 17,584 17,584 17,584 17,584 18,383 18,383 19,182 126,282
Malpeque Bay 29,545 29,545 29,545 29,545 30,888 30,888 32,231 212,186
Miltonvale Park 32,930 32,930 32,930 32,930 34,427 34,427 35,923 236,495
Miminegash 4,245 4,245 4,245 4,245 4,438 4,438 4,631 30,489
Murray River 8,720 8,720 8,720 8,720 9,116 9,116 9,513 62,626
North Shore (Grand Tracadie, Pleasant Gr.) 59,664 59,664 59,664 59,664 62,376 62,376 65,088 428,493
North Wiltshire 5,421 5,421 5,421 5,421 5,668 5,668 5,914 38,935
Northport 5,335 5,335 5,335 5,335 5,578 5,578 5,820 38,317
Sherbrooke 4,561 4,561 4,561 4,561 4,768 4,768 4,975 32,755
Souris West 10,212 10,212 10,212 10,212 10,676 10,676 11,140 73,338
St. Felix 9,552 9,552 9,552 9,552 9,986 9,986 10,420 68,600
St. Louis 1,893 1,893 1,893 1,893 1,979 1,979 2,065 13,596
St. Nicholas 6,052 6,052 6,052 6,052 6,328 6,328 6,603 43,467
Tignish Shore 2,094 2,094 2,094 2,094 2,189 2,189 2,284 15,038
Union Road 5,852 5,852 5,852 5,852 6,118 6,118 6,384 42,025
Warren Grove 10,212 10,212 10,212 10,212 10,676 10,676 11,140 73,338
West River 22,976 22,976 22,976 90,471 94,583 94,583 98,695 447,260
York 8,146 8,146 8,146 8,146 8,517 8,517 8,887 58,506
Published date: 
January 16, 2019
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