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Pursuant to the provisions of Section 692 of the Municipal Government Act, the Council of Lac Ste. Anne County is considering an application for amendment to Land Use Bylaw 22-2017, by amending the section that defines development that does not require a development permit.

The proposed amended to Land Use Bylaw regulations defining development that does not require development permits include:

  • 3.2.1(a)(d)(e)(k)(l) and (q) are all proposed to be amended.

New addition includes: 

  • 3.2.1(w) which would not require development permit approval for solar energy installations on structures. The size of solar energy installation would not exceed size of roof it is placed upon, and the structure must have all necessary development and building permits. This point will highlight that the development authority does not waive building or electrical permit requirements, only development permit requirements subject to the above requirements.
  • 15.1.175 “Solar Energy Installation” means the development of a renewable or alternative energy generating unit that collects sunlight to convert into thermal or electrical energy.

Written comments on the above proposed bylaws may be provided prior to 4:30 p.m. on June 20, 2024, to:

Lac Ste. Anne County, 56521 RGE RD 65, Box 219, Sangudo, AB T0E 2A0

Attn: Mitchell Kofluk, Development Officer, or email at [email protected]

Interested individuals may attend the public hearing to voice their comments. To schedule an appointment please contact Development Officer, Mitchell Kofluk at 780.785.3411. Appointment times shall be in accordance with the Procedures (and Committee) Bylaw #04-2020.  To attend the meeting via zoom please use the link: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/84347826643

The proposed amendment and/or application may be reviewed during regular business hours at the County Administration Office located at 56521 Range Road 65.


Spot govspeak

"OK, so what all this fancy language means is that Lac Ste. Anne County is proposing to amend and add sections to the Land Use Bylaw. In order to do so, a bylaw must be drafted and a public hearing held first."

"This notice is to let folks know about when and where the public hearing will take place.OK, so what all this fancy language means is that the administration has been internally requested by County Council with the advice of the County’s Municipal Planning Commission to update the regulations within the Land Use Bylaw to amend existing regulations and include additional development permit exemptions. In order to apply the above amendments, a bylaw must be drafted, and a public hearing held first."

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