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/DD-2019

City Council is considering an amendment to the Land Use Bylaw for a site exception to add a “Three Unit Multi-Attached Building” as a discretionary use at 5835 – 60A Street in the Riverside Meadows neighbourhood.

City Council will hear from any person claiming to be affected by the proposed bylaw at the Public Hearing on Monday, December 9, 2019 at 6 p.m. in Council Chambers, 2nd floor, City Hall. Citizens must enter City Hall through the doors located on the west (park) side of the building. Council’s procedure bylaw indicates each presentation is limited to 10 minutes, and any submissions are public information.

To view the bylaw, click on the following: Bylaw 3357/DD-2019 (pdf) .

For access to the Council report, go to the City Council Meetings and Agendas page. Select the November 12, 2019 meeting date, item 5.1.

If you have any questions, please contact Orlando Toews, Senior Planner, at 403-406-8704 or orlando.toews@reddeer.ca.