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Municipal Development Plan and Land Use Bylaw Review
The Town of Drayton Valley has engaged ISL Engineering and Land Services Ltd. to undertake a comprehensive review and update of the Municipal Development Plan (MDP) and Land Use Bylaw (LUB). An MDP is a statutory plan adopted by local bylaw which guides growth and development – providing a framework for more detailed and specific plans, policies and programs. The LUB regulates land use and development – organizing a municipality into Land Use Districts and outlining the permitted and discretionary uses within each District.
The Town’s MDP was adopted in 2012 and the LUB in 2007 and much has changed in the area since then, including annexations in 2011 and 2012. These updates will ensure the documents continue to address emerging trends in the town and reflect the changing needs of the residents.
Residents and stakeholders will have key roles in the MDP and LUB update process. There will be multiple opportunities for you to share your ideas and perspectives throughout the project. Your participation and feedback is important to help inform and shape the land use policies and development regulations.
Community Engagement Revised
Based on recommendations from the Public Health Agency of Canada and Alberta Health Services, all in-person engagement for this project is cancelled for the time being, including the workshop scheduled for April 2. Instead, the first phase of engagement will consist of an online survey to gather residents’ and stakeholders’ perspectives across three topic areas: social well-being, economy and environment. Hard copies of the survey will be available for those who prefer to provide written submissions. You are also encouraged to reach out to us should you have any comments or questions about the project.
You Are Invited!
Due to the latest COVID-19 restrictions from Alberta Health Services (AHS) that restrict community events of 15+ plus persons that include seniors and at-risk populations such as those with an underlying health condition, the Community Workshop scheduled for April 2, 2020 at the Mackenzie Conference Centre is cancelled and replaced with an online survey.
You are invited to share your ideas and perspectives on issues and opportunities related to the topics of social well-being, economy and environment via an online survey available until April 14, 2020 at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/draytonvalleymdplub
For any questions or additional information about this project, please contact: