Land Use Plans and Documents

Statutory Plans

A statutory plan is a legal document that must go through three readings and a public hearing before it is adopted. Once adopted, there is a legal obligation on the part of both the municipality and the residents to adhere to the plan.

Non-Statutory Plans

Non-statutory plans are bylaws passed by resolution. They are often developed to help encourage a certain direction for development or growth in a particular area.


​land use bylaw & zoning maps

The Land Use Bylaw (LUB) is tool by which we achieve policy direction set out in the higher level documents such as the Municipal Development Plan (MDP) or Area Structure Plans (ASP).