Statutory Plans
A statutory plan is a legal document that must go through three readings and a public hearing before it is adopted. Once adopted, there is a legal obligation on the part of both the municipality and the residents to adhere to the plan.

​132-2013 Municipal Development Plan

​71-1999 Land Use Bylaw (see amendments below)

  Amendment 89-2003

  Amendment 91-2004

  Amendment 114-2008

  Amendment 120-2009


Non-Statutory Plans
Non-statutory plans are plans or documents passed by resolution. They are often developed to help encourage a certain direction for development or growth in a particular area.