The Municipal Government Act, R.S.A. 2000, Chapter M-26, as amended, requires city council to hold a public hearing with respect to a proposed bylaw to adopt or amend:
- An inter-municipal development plan
- A municipal development plan
- An area structure plan
- An area redevelopment plan
- A land-use bylaw
Public Notices will be listed here when required.
Public notice of Off-site Levy Bylaw
Off-site levies are fees developers pay to the City when they are building new neighbourhoods. Off-site levies are paid by developers as a condition of subdivision approval. The proposed Off-site Levy Bylaw (No. 1167-2023) will repeal and replace the existing City of Leduc Off-Site Levy Bylaw (No. 1139-2022) and will go to the November 27, 2023, Council meeting for first reading, and is scheduled to go to the December 11, 2023, Council meeting for second and third readings. Written submissions must be submitted to the City Clerk’s Office, City Hall, before noon, December 9, 2023.