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The County of Vermilion River currently contracts Municipal Planning Services (MPS) as the Subdivision Authority for the County. County Planning and Development staff is capable of assisting you with general inquiries but please be advised that all applications are submitted to the MPS office in Edmonton for final decision.
AT THE START OF YOUR PROJECT:
Subdivision Requirements Summary Sheet
SUBDIVISION INFO SHEET
ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATION APPROVAL FORM
ABANDONED WELLS FORM - No Wells
ABANDONED WELLS FORM - Yes, I have
TELL US ABOUT YOUR SEWAGE SYSTEM
LANDOWNER LETTER OF AUTHORIZATION
DURING YOUR PROJECT:
If doing multiple lots, you will want to review the information on Area Structure Plans below, which has several of our County approved plans.
AREA STRUCTURE PLANS
Area Structure Plans (ASP's) are statutory tools that provide the planning framework for the development of lands for commercial, industrial, and residential purposes. They ensure that development is conducted in a manner that is consistent with the goals, objectives and policies of the County. ASP's are prepared in accordance with the Municipal Government Act, Subdivision and Development Regulation, and the County's Municipal Development Plan.
WHEN IS AN AREA STRUCTURE PLAN REQUIRED?
Area Structure Plans are required prior to approval of a subdivision which would create more than four (4) parcels out of a quarter section.
Some examples are:
- Multi Lot residential subdivisions
- Multi Lot commercial/industrial subdivisions
- If you already live on a quarter section with 4 parcels out, and wish to subdivide an additional parcel
At the discretion of the Devlopment Authority, a Development Concept Plan or Outline Plan may be accepted if the total development area is under 8.08 ha (20.0 acres) in area otherwise indicated in an applicable statutory plan.
WHAT IS THE PROCESS?
WHAT COST IS INVOLVED?
- Please refer to the most current Fee Bylaw for details.
Traffic Impact Assessment Guidelines Package
ADOPTED ASP's (approved by Council)
Devonia Lake West Central
Central Urban Expansion
South Urban Expansion
North Urban Expansion
North Urban Expansion - Schedule 1
Reinhart Business Park
North 41 Gateway
Devonia Business Park
Robinwood Acres Lot 2
County Energy Park
Robinwood Acres 2014
SITE DEVELOPMENT PLANS
Site Development Plans (SDP's) are non-statutory documents that provide specific direction on how an area is to develop, identifying the specific mix and density of land uses, utility services, as well as layout of streets, blocks and lots needed to create a well-designed and successful community, business, commercial or industrial area.
Read the Overview of the Process here