July 2018

Found 2 blog entries for July 2018.

The Land Use Bylaw divides all land in The City into land use districts or zones. “Permitted” or “discretionary” uses are allowed in each district, and are subject to specific standards, with respect to things such as setbacks from property lines, parking, building size and heights.

The intent of the Land Use Bylaw is to ensure uses are compatible with their neighbours, and are developed attractively. Check to determine if the property you wish to buy or lease is located in a zone that allows the type of business you may wish to establish. If your site is in the right district, you can then apply for development approval.

If your property is not in a district that would allow your type of business, you may wish to discuss a rezoning application

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Sylvan Lake Hosted An Open House To Show Residents The Plans and Ideas They’ve Come Up With For The Town’s Waterfront.

The Sustainable Waterfront Area Redevelopment Plan Is In Phase 3 After Getting Resident Feedback From Workshops and Surveys Over The Past 9 Months

Some Key Themes Important to Residents Include Year Round Activities, More Shopping, and Keeping As Many Parks & Green Spaces Available

People Say The City Is Doing A Great Job Finding New & Fun Activities For the Lakefront, and Making It Easy For Pedestrians to Get Around.

However They’re Worried About the Economic Health Of The Lakefront, Parking, and Bike Accessibility

Planners Have Added Some Plaza’s to the Plans Though, In Hopes of Curbing Those Worries From

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