Planning Bylaws & Policies
This page lists County Bylaws and Policies specifically related to planning and development in Camrose County. Click here to see the full list of County Bylaws and County Policies.
- Bylaw 1410 Wetaskiwin/Camrose
- Bylaw 1411 Ponoka/Camrose
- Bylaw 1447 Leduc/Camrose
- Bylaw 1423 Town of Bashaw Intermunicipal Collaboration Framework
- Bylaw 1425 Village of Bawlf Intermunicipal Collaboration Framework
- Bylaw 1427 Village of Bittern Lake Intermunicipal Collaboration Framework
- Bylaw 1429 Village of Edberg Intermunicipal Collaboration Framework
- Bylaw 1433 Village of Hay Lakes Intermunicipal Collaboration Framework
- Bylaw 1435 Village of Rosalind Intermunicipal Collaboration Framework
- Bylaw 875 Ervick Junction (Phase I) Area Structure Plan
- Bylaw 961 Legacy Area Structure Plan
- Bylaw 962 Tillicum Area Structure Plan
- Bylaw 1092 Ervick (Bouck) Area Structure Plan
- Bylaw 1123 Pt. NE 34-46-21-W4 - Hall
- Bylaw 1137 Round Hill Area Structure Plan
- Bylaw 1138 Kingman Area Structure Plan
- Bylaw 1153 Ohaton Area Structure Plan
- Bylaw 1154 Armena Area Structure Plan
- Bylaw 1155 Ervick (Samson) Area Structure Plan
- Bylaw 1170 Meeting Creek Area Structure Plan
- Bylaw 1171 Duhamel Area Structure Plan
- Bylaw 1194 Pt. NE 35-47-20-W4, Wetsch
- Bylaw 1201 Pt. NE 17-46-19-W4 - Millang
- Bylaw 1211 S1/2 NW 2-49-21-W4, Tansowny
- Bylaw 1215 Buffalo Lake North Shore Area Structure Plan
- Bylaw 1216 Miquelon Area Structure Plan
- Bylaw 1224 Pt. NW 5-50-20-W4 - Klymchuk
- Bylaw 1239 Pt. NE 25-46-22-W4 - Krause
- Bylaw 1245 Pt. SW 12-47-20-W4 - Pratt (updated by Bylaw 1352)
- Bylaw 1253 NE 8-41-20-W4 - Pelican View Estates
- Bylaw 1256 E1/2 24-46-20-W4 - Cargill
- Bylaw 1352 Pt. SW 12-47-20-W4 - Pratt
- Bylaw 1383 Pt. NE 7-43-21-W4 - Wilson
- Bylaw 1398 SW 33-46-19-W4 - Co-op
- Bylaw 1491 Railway Junction Intermunicipal Area Structure Plan
Below is a listing of all Camrose County Policies which are taken into consideration, where applicable, in land use planning or development decisions. The policies are used in conjunction with the statutory plans adopted by Camrose County, including, but not limited to: Intermunicipal Development Plans, Municipal Development Plan, Area Structure Plans, Land Use Bylaw, and Development Standards.
- Subdivision Extension Policy (Planning) Used when determining whether and how a conditional subdivision approval can be extended.
- Development Authority Discretion Policy (Planning) Sets out the development authority of the Development Officer and the Municipal Planning Commission and where the MPC has delegated their authority to the Development Officer.
- Communication Tower Policy (Planning) Provides guidance in addressing approvals of Development Permits for Communication Towers.
- Second Subdivision Interpretation (Planning) Provides clarification on when the MPC will consider a second subdivision on agricultural land without rezoning the property.
- Compliance Certificate Policy (Planning) Outlines how the planning department issues compliance certificates
- Topsoil Removal Bylaw (Agricultural Services) Outlines how and when topsoil can be removed as part of the subdivision and development process.
- Council Code of Conduct (Council) Addresses how Council will consider planning related decisions, including redistricting, road closures, subdivision and development requests.
- Municipal Planning Commission & Subdivision and Development Appeal Board Establishment Bylaw (Council) Establishes the MPC as development and subdivision authority.
- Community Aggregate Payment Levy Bylaw (Finance) Outlines payments required for natural resource extraction operations; payment is a condition of development approvals.
- Fee for Service Bylaw (Finance) Provides all fees related to planning, subdivision and development.
- Public Access to Documents (Finance) Outlines how a ratepayer can obtain documents related to planning and development.
- Application for Road Closure Policy (Planning) Addresses how land values are determined when processing road closure requests.
- Rural Addressing Bylaw (GIS) Development approvals are conditional on the provision of addressing signs.
- Unsightly Properties (Protective Services) As part of subdivision or development an applicant may be required to clean up a property as outlined in this policy.
- Road Construction Policy (Public Works) Outlines when and why roads are constructed according to a priority listing.
- Public Approaches Policy (Public Works) Summarizes the control and management of the installation and/or removal of approaches which may be required as part of subdivision or development.
- New Construction on County Road Allowance Policy (Public Works) Provides guidelines for the construction of new roads/accesses on County road allowances.
- Borrow Pits Policy (Public Works) When required to build a road as part of a subdivision or development, this policy outlines the requirements around borrow pits.
- Criteria for Standardized Business Sign Policy (Public Works) Outlines the conditions to be met for authorization of sign placement as part of a subdivision or development.
- Encroachment Agreement Policy (Public Works) Defines authorized/unauthorized encroachments and when an agreement is required.
- Installation of Culverts (Public Works) Confirms the size, location and elevation of culverts and why/when they are to be installed
- Transfer Sites (Utilities) When directed to dispose of materials for demolitions, this outlines materials accepted at Transfer Sites.
- Legal Surveys & Engineering (Public Works) Describes when legal surveying and engineering are required regarding road widening and construction as part of the subdivision process.
- Gravelling Policy (Public Works) Provides timeline for application of gravel to county roads/approaches according to set criteria as part of the subdivision and development process.
- Rural Mailboxes on Roadsides (Public Works) Development conditions may require the installation of a mailbox, this policy details the development requirements.
- Special Haul Permits/Haul Agreements (Public Works) Development conditions may require this permit when multiple hauls are required, for example in gravel extraction.
- Overweight and Overdimensional Permits (Public Works) The development conditions may require this permit if large structures are being moved to or from a site.
- Power Line Crossing Regulation (Utilities) As a condition of subdivision or development, the developer may need to provide power across a roadway, this policy outlines the requirements for crossing.
- Road Crossing Regulations (Utilities) As a condition of subdivision or development, the developer may need to provide servicing across a roadway, this policy outlines the requirements for crossing.
- Street Lighting - Hamlets & Subdivisions (Utilities) As part of subdivision, street lighting may be required as outlined in this policy.
- Water & Wastewater Systems - Connection by new beneficiaries (Utilities) As part of subdivision or development, connection to water/wastewater facilities may be required as outlined in this policy.
- Water Works Policy (Utilities) Illustrates the standards, procedures and guidelines for private connections to a Camrose County water system which may be required as a part of subdivision or development.
- Design Standards: Construction Design Standards used for roads, utilities, etc. Note: Currently we use the City of Edmonton Design Standards.
Planning and Development Department
Manager - Anjah Howard
3755 - 43 Avenue,
Camrose, Alberta, T4V 3S8
Phone: (780) 678-3070
Land Use Bylaw
Municipal Development Plan