Oakmont – Riverbank Landing

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Aerial map of 230 & 2450 Bellerose and 300 Orchard Court.


PUBLIC HEARING SET FOR JUNE 9, 2021. SEE BELOW

Boudreau Communities Ltd. applied to amend the Oakmont Area Structure Plan (ASP) and the Land Use Bylaw (LUB) at 230 & 250 Bellerose Drive, and 300 Orchard Court. Primarily:

  • To amend the Oakmont ASP to change the land use designation of the three properties to ‘Mixed-Use’
  • To redistrict the three lots from Direct Control (DC) District to Direct Control Mixed Use (DCMU) District
  • Add a height schedule to the Land Use Bylaw to allow a 40m and a 50m tall building. This can be found in the application documents as the Proposed Height Schedule.

Thank you to everyone who submitted comments on or before February 2 during the notification period. The comments received by February 2 were attached to the report to Council, and are considered in Administration’s recommendations to Council.

Council has set a public hearing to be held in a special meeting on Wednesday, June 9, 2021. This meeting will start at 9:00 AM.

Due to COVID-19 there will be no opportunity to attend in-person at any City facility to view hard copies of Bylaws 7/2021, 8/2021 & 9/2021 Oakmont Area Structure Plan, Land Use Bylaw Amendments. Information on the amendments can be found on the public hearing event page. A copy of the proposed bylaws may also be accessed on the City of St. Albert website www.stalbert.ca, with the April 19, 2021 Council Meeting agenda.

Speaking to City Council at the Public Hearings

St. Albert Place is currently closed to the public to minimize the risk of transmission of the COVID-19 virus. Until Council Chambers and the Douglas Cardinal Boardroom are again available, meetings of Council and Standing Committees of Council, including Public Hearings, will be conducted only by electronic means through the ZOOM platform, which will also stream live to YouTube.

If you wish to address Council orally in respect of Bylaws 7/2021, 8/2021 & 9/2021 Oakmont Area Structure Plan & Land Use Bylaw Amendments, you must send an email to legislative@stalbert.ca indicating your desire to speak, not later than Tuesday at 3:00 p.m., June 8, 2021. You will then receive a reply email containing a “ZOOM” meeting invitation for approximately 9:00 a.m. with a link to join the meeting. When it is your time to speak, the Chair of the Hearing will ask the ZOOM Meeting Host to bring you into the meeting to speak. The usual time limits of 5 minutes for an individual or 10 minutes for a group submission, will apply subject to the discretion of the Chair. Further instructions and information will be included in the ZOOM meeting invitation.

Written Submissions

If you prefer to write to City Council, you must e-mail your written submission to hearings@stalbert.ca not later than 12:00 noon, Wednesday June 2, 2021. Written submissions received by this deadline will be included in the meeting agenda package that is distributed to Council members and posted on the City’s public website on Friday June 4, 2021.

Written submissions to Council for all Public Hearings regardless of start time must be received at the email address specified in the Notice of Public Hearing by 12 noon on the Wednesday prior to the Public Hearing for inclusion in the Agenda Package; submissions received after that time will be summarized by Administration and Administration will provide a high-level written summary to Council of the content of any late submissions including at a minimum the number of such submissions and the number of submissions expressing support or opposition for the matter under consideration.

View all written submissions

Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act

If you submit comments on Bylaws 7/2021, 8/2021 & 9/2021 Oakmont Area Structure Plan, Land Use Bylaw Amendments either orally or in writing, the information you provide may be recorded in the minutes of the Public Hearing, or otherwise be made public, subject to the provisions of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.


PUBLIC HEARING SET FOR JUNE 9, 2021. SEE BELOW

Boudreau Communities Ltd. applied to amend the Oakmont Area Structure Plan (ASP) and the Land Use Bylaw (LUB) at 230 & 250 Bellerose Drive, and 300 Orchard Court. Primarily:

  • To amend the Oakmont ASP to change the land use designation of the three properties to ‘Mixed-Use’
  • To redistrict the three lots from Direct Control (DC) District to Direct Control Mixed Use (DCMU) District
  • Add a height schedule to the Land Use Bylaw to allow a 40m and a 50m tall building. This can be found in the application documents as the Proposed Height Schedule.

Thank you to everyone who submitted comments on or before February 2 during the notification period. The comments received by February 2 were attached to the report to Council, and are considered in Administration’s recommendations to Council.

Council has set a public hearing to be held in a special meeting on Wednesday, June 9, 2021. This meeting will start at 9:00 AM.

Due to COVID-19 there will be no opportunity to attend in-person at any City facility to view hard copies of Bylaws 7/2021, 8/2021 & 9/2021 Oakmont Area Structure Plan, Land Use Bylaw Amendments. Information on the amendments can be found on the public hearing event page. A copy of the proposed bylaws may also be accessed on the City of St. Albert website www.stalbert.ca, with the April 19, 2021 Council Meeting agenda.

Speaking to City Council at the Public Hearings

St. Albert Place is currently closed to the public to minimize the risk of transmission of the COVID-19 virus. Until Council Chambers and the Douglas Cardinal Boardroom are again available, meetings of Council and Standing Committees of Council, including Public Hearings, will be conducted only by electronic means through the ZOOM platform, which will also stream live to YouTube.

If you wish to address Council orally in respect of Bylaws 7/2021, 8/2021 & 9/2021 Oakmont Area Structure Plan & Land Use Bylaw Amendments, you must send an email to legislative@stalbert.ca indicating your desire to speak, not later than Tuesday at 3:00 p.m., June 8, 2021. You will then receive a reply email containing a “ZOOM” meeting invitation for approximately 9:00 a.m. with a link to join the meeting. When it is your time to speak, the Chair of the Hearing will ask the ZOOM Meeting Host to bring you into the meeting to speak. The usual time limits of 5 minutes for an individual or 10 minutes for a group submission, will apply subject to the discretion of the Chair. Further instructions and information will be included in the ZOOM meeting invitation.

Written Submissions

If you prefer to write to City Council, you must e-mail your written submission to hearings@stalbert.ca not later than 12:00 noon, Wednesday June 2, 2021. Written submissions received by this deadline will be included in the meeting agenda package that is distributed to Council members and posted on the City’s public website on Friday June 4, 2021.

Written submissions to Council for all Public Hearings regardless of start time must be received at the email address specified in the Notice of Public Hearing by 12 noon on the Wednesday prior to the Public Hearing for inclusion in the Agenda Package; submissions received after that time will be summarized by Administration and Administration will provide a high-level written summary to Council of the content of any late submissions including at a minimum the number of such submissions and the number of submissions expressing support or opposition for the matter under consideration.

View all written submissions

Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act

If you submit comments on Bylaws 7/2021, 8/2021 & 9/2021 Oakmont Area Structure Plan, Land Use Bylaw Amendments either orally or in writing, the information you provide may be recorded in the minutes of the Public Hearing, or otherwise be made public, subject to the provisions of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.

CLOSED: This discussion has concluded.

Please be advised that comments you submit may be made public, subject to the provisions of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.