Public hearings and meetings

Public Hearings provide an opportunity for members of the public to speak to Council on proposed planning and development matters.

Scheduled Public Hearings

February 27, 2018, 5 p.m.

Proposed Bylaw 5-2018
Proposed map amendment to Land Use Bylaw 6-2015
North of Township Road 530, East of Range Road 220

The purpose of proposed Bylaw 5-2018 is to rezone approximately 51.49 hectares (127.22 acres) of land in Lot 5, Block 1, Plan 162 1892, SW 6-53-21-W4 from AG – Agriculture: General to RS – Small Holdings and PC – Conservation in accordance with the Council adopted Conceptual Scheme.

Proposed Bylaw 5-2018 (124.6 KB)

Further information: Robin Baxter, 780-410-8540

February 27, 2018, 5 p.m.

Proposed Bylaw 8-2018
Proposed amendment to Land Use Bylaw 6-2015
South of Wye Road, West of Range Road 233

The purpose of proposed Bylaw 8-2018 is to rezone approximately 2.37 hectares (5.86 acres) of land in Lot 1, Block 2, Plan 872 1745 from AG - Agriculture: General to RE - Estate Residential in accordance with the Balmoral Heights Area Structure Plan. 

Proposed Bylaw 8-2018 (89.4 KB)

Further information: Robin Baxter, 780-410-8540

February 27, 2018, 5 p.m.

Proposed Bylaw 9-2018
Proposed amendment to Land Use Bylaw 6-2015
Located North of Highway 16 and West of Highway 21

The purpose of proposed Bylaw 9-2018 is to rezone approximately 43.53 hectares (107.57 acres) of land in Pt. of NW 13-53-23-W4 from AD – Agriculture: Future Development to R1C – Single Detached Residential C; R2A – Semi-Detached Residential; R2C – Lane Specific Residential; R3 – Low to Medium Density Multiple Residential; R4 – Medium Density Multiple Residential; PR – Recreation; PU – Public Utilities; PS – Public Service; C1 – Community Commercial and C5 – Service Commercial in accordance with the Cambrian Crossing Area Structure Plan.

Proposed Bylaw 9-2018 (117.6 KB)

Further information: Scott Olson, 780-410-6583

How do I obtain information on scheduled items?

A copy of a proposed bylaw and related documents are available for inspection at the offices of Legislative and Legal Services, 3rd floor North Wing, Community Centre, 401 Festival Lane, Sherwood Park, AB, during office hours (8:30 a.m. - 12 noon and 1 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.) Monday to Friday, excluding statutory holidays, civic holidays or days in lieu as declared by the municipality.

When items are scheduled for public hearing, copies of a proposed bylaw can be viewed in the Council meeting agenda package, on or after the Wednesday prior to the Council meeting:

Where are Public Hearings held?

Council Meetings are held in Council Chambers, in County Hall, 2001 Sherwood Drive, Sherwood Park, Alberta. Members of the public are welcome to attend and observe.

How do I register to speak? 

We encourage anyone interested in speaking at a Public Hearing to register by emailing or calling 780-464-8014 by 4:00 p.m. the day before the hearing (please provide your full name, the bylaw number, and indicate if you are in favour or opposed). Please note that public hearings, including presentations made by speakers, are recorded. The meetings are made available for viewing on the County’s public website and the names of presenters along with a brief description of their position is included in the minutes. All written submissions for public hearings are made available for public viewing.

You may also register to speak in person at the public hearing; however, anyone registered prior to the hearing will be heard first. Presentation time is limited to five minutes per speaker. Written submissions are also accepted for Public Hearings and will be distributed to all of Council.

Personal information is being collected under the authority of Section 33 (c) of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act and will be used for purposes of managing and administering the public hearing and to schedule you as a speaker. If you have any questions regarding the collection and use of your personal information, please contact the Legislative Officer at 780-464-8014.

How do I obtain copies of bylaws, agendas and reports?

Copies of bylaws, council agendas and reports are available online at on or after the Wednesday before the meeting date. They can also be obtained at the Council meeting for which the bylaw is being considered.

The names of persons providing comments will become part of the public record. Other personal information is protected by the privacy provisions of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.

Council Meeting agenda packages, minutes and webcasts.

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Last updated: Friday, February 16, 2018
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