Public Hearing - Bylaw C-1162-21

Land Use Bylaw Amendment – City Centre Land Use Bylaw Updates

  • Council Chambers, Third Floor, City Hall
  • 315 Jespersen Ave.
  • Spruce Grove, Alberta
    • Monday, September 26, 2022
    • 6:00 PM

It is City Council’s intention to hold a public hearing as part of their consideration of Bylaw C-1162-21, an amendment to the City’s Land Use Bylaw, to update land use regulations and the land use map for consistency with the City Centre Area Redevelopment Plan. 

This amendment proposes to: comprehensively change the C1 – City Centre Commercial District regulations; create a new CCR2 – City Centre High Density Residential District regulation; identify an ‘overlay area’ and development design guidelines in the PS – Public Service Institutional District and the R1 – Mixed Low to Medium Density Residential District; and, adjust the Land Use District Map within the City Centre Area Redevelopment Plan’s boundary. The map shows the location of the City Centre and the proposed changes to the Land Use District Map. 


If you or someone you represent is affected by the proposed bylaw, you may address Council at the public hearing by attending the meeting in-person or by participating virtually.

The Public Hearing is to be held: 

Monday, September 26, 2022 at 6:00 p.m.

Participating in-person

Those wishing to address Council in person may attend:
Council Chambers, City Hall
315 Jespersen Avenue

Participating virtually

Residents can either verbally speak or submit a question or statement to Council by email until the Public Hearing is closed. To arrange to verbally speak you must pre-register with the City Clerk by Monday, September 26, 2022 at 12 p.m. by email or by calling 587-336-0387.  To provide an emailed question or statement you may email it to until the Public Hearing is closed.

The Public Hearing may be viewed online at:

Written submissions

Written submissions will be received by the City Clerk by mail at City Hall, 315 Jespersen Avenue, Spruce Grove, AB, T7X 3E8, or by email to, until noon on Wednesday, September 21, 2022. These must be signed, dated, and contain your civic address. Written submissions received by this date/time will be included as part of the council meeting agenda package.

Copies of this proposed bylaw is available upon request from the Planning and Development Department at 414 King Street, or by calling or emailing the case planner as noted below.


Please call or email Mark Puczko, Manager of Planning, at 780-962-7634 ext. 249 or

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