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IDPs help foster cooperation, integrated development and shared costs between neighbouring municipalities.

Created by neighbouring municipalities, an Intermunicipal Development Plan (IDP) is a high-level policy plan designed to foster cooperation and integrated development near municipal boundaries so that unnecessary costs and negative impacts for the municipalities are avoided.

The principles and objectives established in the IDP guide the growth of future development by identifying general locations for major land uses and servicing. In addition to its value as a blueprint for future growth, IDPs provide a framework for dispute resolution in the event that any disagreements arise between municipalities on development.

The IDPs listed below address a range of issues, opportunities and common interests between the partner municipalities. They will serve as an important decision making tool for Reeve & Council, County administrators, and other stakeholders.

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