Meeting Agendas & Public Hearings

Meetings


  • Red Deer County Council and Municipal Planning Commission (MPC) meetings are held on the same day.
  • MPC commences at 9:30 AM, followed by Council.
  • Unless otherwise indicated, meetings are held in the Red Deer County Centre located at 38106 Range Road 275, Red Deer County (west of QEII on C&E Trail/ 32 Street).

Minutes

 
Municipal Planning Commission minutes are available online
County Council minutes are available online.

Agendas


Municipal Planning Commission agendas are available online.
County Council agendas are available online.
   

County Council and Municipal Planning Commission Meeting Dates for 2018

  • May 8 and 22
  • June 12 and 26
  • July 10 and 24
  • August 7 and 21
  • September 4 and 18
  • October 2, 16 and 30 (Organizational Meeting October 16)
  • November 13
  • December 4 and 18
 

May 8, 2018 Council Meeting


At this meeting, County Council will be further considering the following two bylaws that received first reading on April 24, 2018. If you have any comments or feedback regarding these proposed bylaws, please forward that prior to the May 8 meeting to legislativeservices@rdcounty.ca or by phoning 403-350-2152. If you prefer to provide direct feedback to your elected official, please contact them here.

Bylaw No. 2018/15 - 2018 Minimum Tax Rates and Minimum Tax
Bylaw No. 2018/15

Bylaw No. 2018/16 - Amendment to the Community Aggregate Payment Levy Bylaw

Bylaw No. 2018/16
Bylaw No. 2011/28

Public Hearings

Public hearings are scheduled for 1:30 p.m. (unless otherwise noted) and are held in Council Chambers at Red Deer County Centre.  Council will hear from anyone claiming to be affected by the bylaws being proposed.  The hearings are informal and persons wishing to speak will be requested to state their name and address upon being recognized by the Chair  Comments may be submitted in writing to legislativeservices@rdcounty.ca and written submissions may be made public, subject to the provisions of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.


TUESDAY, May 8, 2018

Bylaw No. 2018/7 to adopt an Animal Control Bylaw that provides regulations for the keeping of livestock, including hens, on residential properties. The bylaw is also proposing to consolidate the existing Dog Control Bylaw and Prohibited Animals Bylaw into one bylaw that addresses the keeping of animals within Red Deer County.
Bylaw No. 2018/7
Dog Control Bylaw 
Prohibited Animals Bylaw

 An amendment to the General Penalty Bylaw is also proposed to include penalties to be applied for keeping or harboring of livestock, hens or fowls in contravention of the Animal Control Bylaw and any nuisance that may be created by these animals.
General Penalty Bylaw Amendment

Bylaw No. 2018/9 to amend the Poplar Pointe Estates Area Structure Plan, Bylaw No. 2015/35, for NE 29-38-28-4, to provide for a boundary adjustment to include approximately 0.41 acres of Lot 11 in Harvey Heights where the water wells to service the Plan area are located; to allow for an increase in the number of country residential lots to a maximum of 45 dependent on the method of sanitary sewer servicing utilized; and minor changes to internal roads alignments, and location of potential additional country residential development area and green space.
Bylaw No. 2018/9
Poplar Pointe Estates ASP
Site Map

Bylaw No. 2018/10
to amend to Harvey Heights Area Structure Plan, Bylaw No. 2005/13, to reflect the boundary adjustment being proposed in Bylaw No. 2018/9.
Bylaw No. 2018/10
Harvey Heights ASP
Site Map

Bylaw No. 2018/11 to amend the Land Use Bylaw No. 2006/6 by including definitions and regulations for Cannabis Retail Sales.
Bylaw No. 2018/11

TUESDAY, May 22, 2018

Bylaw No. 2018/12 to amend the Land Use Bylaw (LUB) No. 2006/6 by adding definitions and various text amendments required to ensure compliance with the MGA and other sections of the LUB.
Bylaw 2018/12
Land Use Bylaw 2006/6

Bylaw No. 2018/13 to amend the Land Use Bylaw 2006/6 by adding three new land use districts: Commercial Core (CC), Mixed Residential-Commercial (R-C), and Neighbourhood Commercial (C-N).  The proposed Districts are intended to provide for various forms of urban development with the County, and in particular, Gasoline Alley West.
Bylaw 2018/13

Bylaw No. 2018/14 to amend the Aspen Shores Estate Area Structure Plan, Bylaw No. 2016/24 (NW-6-36-24-4), to allow for an increase in the number of residential units from 44 to a maximum of 87 and to provide further clarity regarding the various private and public open spaces located within the Plan area.
Bylaw 2018/14
Schedule A
Aspen Shores ASP

Bylaw No. 2018/17 to amend Figure 7, Land Use Concept Map, of the Burnt Lake Area Structure Plan, Bylaw No. 2017/3, by changing a portion of Lot 17, Block 1, Plan 062-5523, SW 25-38-28-4 from Light Industrial / Commercial to Country Residential.
Bylaw 2018/17
Site Map
Burnt Lake ASP