Bylaws created by the Town of Okotoks are regularly reviewed and updated by Council. All bylaws require three readings by Council before they take effect. The Town encourages public feedback on bylaws which have a significant effect on citizens of Okotoks, such as animal control or traffic bylaws.
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Okotoks United Church Municipal Historic Resource Designation Bylaw 21-19
On June 10, 2019 Council gave first and second readings to Bylaw 21-19. The purpose of this Bylaw is to designate the Okotoks United Church located at 3 Elma Street East as a Municipal Historic Resource.
The Bylaw will be presented to Council at the August 19, 2019 Regular Meeting for third and final reading.
Public Hearings are scheduled for Monday, August 19, 2019 at 7:00 p.m. at the Municipal Centre Council Chamber regarding Bylaws 22-19, 23-19 and 24-19.
The purpose of Bylaw 22-19 is to amend Land Use Bylaw 40-98 by revising the South Business Industrial District to provide a broader range of uses, clarify which lands the special conditions apply to, and remove unenforceable clauses from the special conditions.
For further information on Bylaw 22-19, please contact Craig Davies, Development Planner.
The purpose of Bylaw 23-19 is to amend Land Use Bylaw 40-98 by revising the Central Business Commercial District to include additional permitted uses, reduce the front yard setback, and add new parking provisions.
For further information on Bylaw 23-19, please contact Colin Gainer, Senior Planner.
The purpose of Bylaw 24-19 is to amend the Municipal Development Plan by updating the definition of “affordable housing”, as recommended by the Affordable Housing Task Force and approved by Council.
For further information on Bylaw 24-19, please contact Colton Nickel, Development Planner.