COVID-19: The road to recovery for municipalities
Phase 2: Recover
Business, governments, families and individuals have all been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. To help all clients, stakeholders, and the market at large navigate the impact, we’ve set out a framework for action that aligns to three phases: respond, recover, and thrive. With this overarching context, our aim is to assist urban municipal leaders through this crisis with a three-part series of reports, aligned to the three phases, to position them to overcome the challenges and prepare for the future.
The second report in this series—COVID-19: The road to recovery for municipalities—offers context, guidance and advice to municipal leaders as they lead the transition into rebuilding.
Contained in the report is an in-depth analysis of the five interrelated pillars that all leaders should consider as they navigate the future of reopening and start looking towards longer-term recovery:
- Lead local economic recovery to drive provincial and national economies.
- Establish smart health communities.
- Incorporate resilience into recovery planning and execution.
- Reimagine the relationship with people through digitization and data.
- Enable a secure and inclusive recovery.
Cities recovering from the devastating impacts of COVID-19 will need a coordinated, people-centred approach to recovery. Building a resilient, stable, and strong future for thriving cities starts now. Learn how each of these pillars can help municipalities emerge stronger, improve service levels, and manage critical resources.
Missed the first report in this series? Read COVID-19: How municipalities can respond in the pandemic era.