Public Hearings

A Public Hearing is a process that occurs when a land use is being changed by a bylaw. All Public Hearings are held in conjunction with a City Council Meeting.

The Public Hearing is City Council’s opportunity to hear from anyone who is affected by the proposed bylaw. You can let Council know your opinions on the proposed bylaw in any/ all of the following ways:

  • Submit a letter to be included in the Council agenda. Letters must be submit in advance to the Manager, Legislative Services
  • Attend a Public Hearing and provide your comments
  • Tell Council your views at the Public Hearing. Each presentation is limited to 10 minutes

Bylaw 3357/M-2020

Red Deer City Council is considering an amendment to the Land Use Bylaw for  a site exception to allow for consideration of Office as a discretionary use at #100 6700 76 Street (Unit 1, Plan 062 2110) in the Johnstone Crossing neighbourhood.

This Bylaw can be viewed here: 3357/M-2020- Office Site Exception (pdf)

For more information regarding the proposed bylaw contact City of Red Deer Planning Services at planning@reddeer.ca
 
City Council will receive submissions from any person claiming to be affected by the proposed bylaw and will consider these at the Public Hearing to be held on Monday, August 17, 2020 at 1:30 p.m.  If you want your submission included in the Council Agenda, you must submit to the Manager, Legislative Services by Friday, August 7, 2020.           

The Hearing and Council’s debate will be live streamed at https://meeting.reddeer.ca 

Submissions may be made via email to:  legislativeservices@reddeer.ca or regular mail to:

City Council
c/o Manager, Legislative Services
2nd Floor, City Hall
Box 5008
Red Deer, AB T4N 3T4

All submissions will be public information. If you have any questions regarding the use of this information, please contact the Manager, Legislative Services at legislativeservices@reddeer.ca.

Interested persons can also speak to Council on this matter. In accordance with Alberta’s Meeting Procedures (COVID-19 Suppression) Regulation which is intended to avoid exposing persons to COVID-19 and in response to physical distancing and regulations related to gatherings, modified Public Hearing Procedures apply.  Contact Legislative Services at legislativeservices@reddeer.ca for the Public Hearing procedures should you wish to speak at the Hearing.

Bylaw 3357/O-2020

Red Deer City Council is considering an amendment to the Land Use Bylaw to:

  • Expand the Gaetz-Ross Heritage Area, and
  • Remove Temporary Care Facility as a use in the Gaetz-Ross Heritage Area.

This Bylaw can be viewed via the following link:  3357/O-2020- Temporary Care Facility (pdf)

For more information regarding the proposed bylaw contact City of Red Deer Planning Services at planning@reddeer.ca

City Council will receive submissions from any person claiming to be affected by the proposed bylaw and will consider these at the Public Hearing to be held on Monday, August 31, 2020 at 1:30 p.m.  If you want your submission included in the Council Agenda, you must submit to the Manager, Legislative Services by Friday, August 14, 2020.             

The Hearing and Council’s debate will be live streamed at https://meeting.reddeer.ca 

Submissions may be made via email to:  legislativeservices@reddeer.ca or regular mail to:

City Council
c/o Manager, Legislative Services
2nd Floor, City Hall
Box 5008
Red Deer, AB T4N 3T4

All submissions will be public information. If you have any questions regarding the use of this information, please contact the Manager, Legislative Services at legislativeservices@reddeer.ca.

In accordance with Alberta’s Meeting Procedures (COVID-19 Suppression) Regulation which is intended to avoid exposing persons to COVID-19 and in response to physical distancing and regulations related to gatherings, modified Public Hearing Procedures may apply.  Contact Legislative Services at legislativeservices@reddeer.ca for the Public Hearing procedures.