The Capital and Infrastructure Department is responsible to maintain TTC government infrastructure. This includes government buildings, rental units, and roads.
The Capital and Infrastructure Department works with TTC’s Lands and Resources Department to design, plan and develop roads on Teslin Tlingit Traditional Territory. The roads that are privately owned by TTC are maintained by TTC.
Capital and Infrastructure works closely with TTC’s Lands and Resources Department on joint TTC-Yukon Government subdivision planning. Examples include the Little Teslin Lake Recreation Subdivision, the upcoming Sawmill Road Subdivision, and the Morley Bay Subdivision.
Capital and Infrastructure manages the construction of residential and government buildings on Teslin Tlingit Traditional Territory. The Department develops budgets and tenders contracts for projects as required. An in-house crew is also employed to provide labour when construction is required.
Plans are ongoing to develop a new administration building. As the government continues to grow and provide new services such as Justice, TTC has recognized that more office space is needed. TTC is also interested in renting space to other government and non-governmental organizations in the community. See Meeting Spaces, Brooks Brook, Longhouse and Heritage Centre for information on conference spaces available to rent.