West Okotoks Area Structure Plan
The Town of Okotoks has initiated work on the developer-funded West Okotoks Area Structure Plan (ASP).
What is an ASP?
Under the Municipal Government Act, an ASP provides a framework for subsequent subdivision and development of an area of land and describes the proposed sequence of development, the general land uses, the density of population, the general location of major transportation routes and public utilities, and other matters considered necessary for development.
West Okotoks ASP Project Team
The ASP Project Team comprises several major landowners within the plan area including Tristar Communities, and NewNorth Projects Ltd. The team is also includes a number of consultants including B&A Planning Group, MPE Engineering and Watt Consulting Group.
A draft version of the West Okotoks ASP is now available for review and feedback before consideration by Okotoks Town Council. For additional information, visit the project developer's website: Official West Okotoks ASP Website
Upcoming Public Hearing
A public hearing for the West Okotoks ASP (Proposed Bylaw 6-20) has been scheduled at the date and time below:
Date: Monday, January 27, 2020
Time: 7:00 p.m. or shortly thereafter as Council may decide
Place: Council Chamber – 5 Elizabeth Street
Any comments, concerns, or objections to the proposed bylaw are welcome and can be directed to Town Council through the following means:
- Written comments in advance of the hearing must be received by Wednesday, January 22, 2020 to be included in the report to Council. Written comments can be provided by mail, fax, email, or dropped off at the Okotoks Municipal Centre with reference to Bylaw 6-20 and attention to the undersigned.
- Written comments received at hearing are acceptable but please ensure eighteen (18) copies are provided.
- Representation at the hearing can be made by any individual that feels they are affected by the proposed bylaw. Please note that presentations are limited to five minutes per person.
Please note that any feedback, including letters, emails, or in person, become part of the public record and may be published in a Council agenda package which is posted on the Town website for public viewing.