Planning & Development

Planning & Legislative Services

Planning & Legislative Services Department

2nd Floor, 5101-50 Street
Hours: Monday to Friday 8:30am to 4:30pm
(Open between 12pm & 1pm)
(Closed Statutory Holidays)
Phone:  780-645-1766

Planning & Legislative Services manages land use in the Town of St. Paul, including long-range planning and forecasting, reviewing development permits, subdivision applications, formulating land use plans and policies and conducting public consultation on proposed land use changes. Planning in the Town of St. Paul (like all Alberta communities) is guided by a number of statutory documents.

Planning activities must conform with the regulations outlined in these planning documents:  Municipal Development Plan (MDP), Land Use Bylaw (LUB) including changes, Area Structure Plans (ASP), and Intermunicipal Development Plan (IDP).

Links to other planning processes

Backwater Valve   Cannabis   How to file a concern  

Compliance Certificates & Real Property Reports   Development Permit Application

Development Permits issued - 2023   Development Permit Exemptions

Development Permit Exemptions - Approved   How to amend the Land Use Bylaw

Home inspections   Safety Codes Permits   Secondary Suite 

Public Hearing submission form   Supportive Living Facility Application

Public Hearing process  Subdivision Application  Surveyor

Zoning map  Forms  Policies Bylaws  ISDAB