Planning & Development

Well-Managed Growth Across the Region

Planning & Development

Stewarding smart, sustainable growth in the region

The County has roles and responsibilities under the Municipal Government Act to steward orderly, economical and beneficial development, and maintain and improve the quality of the physical environment.
This team provides guidance and documentation for planning and development activities within the County. The goal is to strike a balance between land preservation and responsible, sustainable growth.

LEGISLATION
Planning Document Hierarchy

The framework for regional development activities

Land use planning requires coordination of development in ways that contribute to broader social, environmental and cultural goals.

Access the County planning documents you need, and gain an understanding of their interconnected roles.

Planning Documents

Planning & Development Programs and Initiatives

Community Cleanups

Local Pride
COMMUNITY CLEANUPS

The County's 2021 Red Ribbon Cleanup campaign was aimed at improving safety, making streets more welcoming, attracting new business and homeowners, and generally enhancing the purpose, functionality and cleanliness of local communities.
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Planning Documents

Resources
PLANNING DOCUMENTS

Land use planning in Lac Ste. Anne County focuses on the overall impact that development can have on the community. This requires coordination of development in ways that contribute to broader social, environmental and cultural goals.
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Conditionally Approved Permits

Development Permits
PENDING APPROVALS

The Planning & Development department regularly posts notices of discretionary development permits in advance of any decisions. A discretionary permit is any permit requiring the County to exercise judgment prior to its approval (such as a variance).
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Explore the Latest Planning & Development News

Please be advised that the Public Hearing scheduled for November 24 has been POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
The County’s Planning & Development department is seeking public members for the Municipal Planning Commission (MPC).

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