All municipalities with common boundaries must, within two years of the new Municipal Government Act (MGA) coming into force, adopt Intermunicipal Collaboration Framework bylaws and Intermuncipal Development Plans (IDPs). An Intermunicipal Collaboration Framework highlights and formalizes existing collaborative work between adjacent municipalities and provides a forum for neighbour municipalities to work together. An Intermunicipal Development Plan allows two or more municipalities to address growth and coordinate planning activities on the boundary areas of the municipalities.
Leduc County council gave first reading to the proposed IDP with Camrose County on February 13, 2018. The proposed IDP has now been submitted to the Edmonton Metropolitan Regional Growth Board (EMRGB) for approval in accordance with the Regional Evaluation Framework as established by Ministerial Order MSL:111/17. The recommendation of approval was subject to an appeal period, which ended on April 19, 2018.
Leduc County council will be holding a public hearing regarding the Leduc County/Camrose County IDP on Tuesday, June 26, 2018 at 2:15 p.m. in the council chamber at County Centre (1101 5 Street, Nisku).
If you have further questions about this project, please contact:
Planner 1, Planning and Development