Draft County LUB for Review
Please see the link below of the County’s Land Use Bylaw for review which recently received first reading by Council. New material is highlighted in yellow, with deletions crossed out in red.
County Land Development in Fleet
The County recently held a public hearing on the Fleet ASP and the feedback noted involved future water and septic plans for not only the subdivision but the entire Hamlet of Fleet. These changes have been made to the relevant sections of the plan and now the final version awaits 3rd and final reading for approval on the May 4th Council meeting. The final copy is linked below.
Municipal Planning Commission (MPC)
The County’s MPC normally meets monthly and is the body charged with the County’s Land Use Bylaw (LUB) administration as well as all developments such as subdivision approvals and development permits.
Monthly meetings are open to the public and are listed below, along with previously approved minutes from earlier meetings. To request an item be placed on the agenda, please contact the Development Officer no later than the Friday preceding the meeting date.
Crowfoot Crossing Industrial Subdivision Opportunities
The County of Paintearth has developed and serviced prime industrial lands located at the heavily trafficked intersection of HWYs 36 and 12.
The information package here contains the layout of lots sold and remaining, as well as the Land Use Bylaw zoning and development regulations for the lands.
For any inquiries please contact the Development Officer.
Land Use Bylaw 593-09
The County’s LUB is the overall regulation for lands contained within the County boundaries. All uses, subdivisions, and development procedures and regulations are defined by land use districts for certain areas within the County. It is to provide sound and orderly development within the guidelines as developed and authorized by County Council and the Municipal Development Plan. Anyone wishing to purchase or develop land within the County is encouraged to become familiar with the regulations contained within. The County prides itself on being an open and accessible development environment, thereby enabling our residents and farming communities to prosper and enjoy rural living.