St. Albert West Area Structure Plan

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Preparing an Area Structure Plan

The City of St. Albert is preparing an Area Structure Plan (ASP) for the western area of the city, called the St. Albert West ASP. ASPs are statutory documents that provide a framework for future development of undeveloped areas which will:

  • Create a vision for the area
  • Describe the objective of the development
  • Outline existing land uses and current conditions
  • Provide a high-level anticipated timeframe for development

The purpose of the St. Albert West ASP is to support development, generate sustainable economic growth for the community, and enhance St. Albert’s competitiveness and attractiveness to investors, employers, and current and future residents within the Edmonton Metropolitan Region. The St. Albert West ASP is bounded by Ray Gibbon Drive to the east, Carrot Creek and Big Lake to the west, the north boundary of quarter section, SW 18-54-25-4, and 137 Avenue NW to the south.

Public Open House

Part of the process for developing an ASP, is gathering information and feedback from stakeholders and the public taking place over two phases of engagement. Phase 1 took place from Spring to Summer 2022 and looked at the opportunities and constraints within the project area while developing a common vision for the St. Albert West ASP. The purpose of Phase 2 will be to present the draft land use concept and policy highlights for feedback. Please refer to the draft land use concept.

If you would like to learn more about the draft land use concept, the City will be hosting a virtual open house on Zoom. Come discuss the St. Albert West Area Structure Plan.

Date: Wednesday, October 19, 2022

Time: 6:00 p.m.

Register Here >>

Preparing an Area Structure Plan

The City of St. Albert is preparing an Area Structure Plan (ASP) for the western area of the city, called the St. Albert West ASP. ASPs are statutory documents that provide a framework for future development of undeveloped areas which will:

  • Create a vision for the area
  • Describe the objective of the development
  • Outline existing land uses and current conditions
  • Provide a high-level anticipated timeframe for development

The purpose of the St. Albert West ASP is to support development, generate sustainable economic growth for the community, and enhance St. Albert’s competitiveness and attractiveness to investors, employers, and current and future residents within the Edmonton Metropolitan Region. The St. Albert West ASP is bounded by Ray Gibbon Drive to the east, Carrot Creek and Big Lake to the west, the north boundary of quarter section, SW 18-54-25-4, and 137 Avenue NW to the south.

Public Open House

Part of the process for developing an ASP, is gathering information and feedback from stakeholders and the public taking place over two phases of engagement. Phase 1 took place from Spring to Summer 2022 and looked at the opportunities and constraints within the project area while developing a common vision for the St. Albert West ASP. The purpose of Phase 2 will be to present the draft land use concept and policy highlights for feedback. Please refer to the draft land use concept.

If you would like to learn more about the draft land use concept, the City will be hosting a virtual open house on Zoom. Come discuss the St. Albert West Area Structure Plan.

Date: Wednesday, October 19, 2022

Time: 6:00 p.m.

Register Here >>

  • Phase 1 Engagement - What We Heard Report

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    Thank you to those who participated in the Phase 1 engagement sessions! Comments have been documented in a 'What We Heard Report', which can be found here.

Page last updated: 27 Sep 2022, 12:51 PM