The City of Windsor’s Municipal Cultural Master Plan (MCMP) provides guidance to the municipality regarding its investments in support of the community’s arts, culture and heritage sectors. The plan was developed through an extensive public consultation process that included interviews, surveys, workshops, focus groups and open houses, as well as a benchmarking exercise that examined the efforts of other Ontario communities to develop their cultural sectors. The MCMP mapped out 16 recommendations to strengthen and develop culture in the City of Windsor. The Culture and Events division works to implement these recommendations. Key accomplishments since 2011 include the design, development and opening of Museum Windsor’s Chimczuk Museum, establishment of the Arts, Culture & Heritage Fund (ACHF) grant program, enhancements to the Public Art Policy, establishment of the Mayor’s Arts Awards, establishment of the Poet Laureate Program, and large-scale public art investments including the Tecumseh Brock monument, the Hiram Walker Commemorative Sculpture, and Streetcar No. 351.