Summer Village of South View
Box 8
Alberta Beach AB
T0E 0A0 

Office Location:
4808-51 Street
Onoway AB

P:587-873-5765 F:780-967-0431 administration@wildwillowenterprises.com

CURRENT SURVEYS & PUBLIC INPUT

Public Hearing - Wednesday, September 20, 2017 at 10:00 a.m. - Town of Onoway Council Chambers

​The purpose of the proposed Bylaw No. 198-2017 is to rescind Bylaw No. 55-1983 which was adopted pursuant to Part 6 of the Planning Act, 1980 and known as the Summer Village of South View Lake Isle Area Structure / Area Redevelopment Plan ("the Plan"). The Plan was adopted by the Summer Village of South View in 1984 as part of an inter-municipal effort between the Summer Villages of Silver Sands and South View, and the Counties of Parkland and Lac Ste. Anne.  At that time, these municipalities were under the jurisdiction of the Yellowhead Regional Planning Commission. Lac Ste. Anne County repealed the Plan in 2002 and Parkland County repealed the Plan in 2013 and the Summer Village of Silver Sands repealed the Plan in 2017.  The Summer Village of South View does not consider the Plan relevant today as it is no longer valid to adjacent municipalities and has not been updated to coincide with the Summer Village of South View's existing Land Use Bylaw.


Agenda - Public Hearing - September 20, 2017

Bylaw 198-2017

Bylaw 55-1983

Lake Isle Area Structure Plan

Lake Isle Area Structure Plan Adopting & Amending Bylaws



Municipal Development Plan Project
​​​​​​The Summer Village of Southview is currently part of a 3-component project along with 7 other municipalities.  One component is to adopt a Municipal Development Plan (MDP) which will be a mandatory requirement for all municipalities under the Modernized Municipal Government Act.  The Municipal Development Plan is a primary document that guides the future development and growth of the whole community.  The MDP sets the vision on how to accommodate this growth responsibly and serves as an important decision-making tool for Council, administration and all stakeholders.  As a statutory plan required by the Alberta Municipal Government Act, the MDP provides direction for Council, administration, developers and builders, property-owners, residents and adjacent municipalities.   

An MDP will address several items, including:

-future land use
-future development
-coordination
-transportation
-municipal services 













Part of the process of creating and eventually adopting an MDP includes

Public Consultation and Input.  ​Please see links below to engage in this
Public Consultation Process:

Project website: http://www.transitionalsolutions.ca/viewfromthehub
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/viewfromthehub/