City of Leduc to host open house for East Telford Lake Plans

Monday, June 19, 2017

The City of Leduc invites residents, organizations and agencies of the Leduc region to attend a Public Open House on the proposed East Telford Lake Area Structure Plan (ETLASP) to gather feedback to develop a vision for this area that will enable responsible growth.

Area structure plans (ASP) provide a general planning framework for subdivision and development in the land areas addressed by the plans without getting into detailed subdivision layouts. Area structure plans provide principles and objectives to guide future development in areas of the municipality by identifying general locations for major land uses (residential, commercial, industrial, schools, parks), major roadways, utility servicing, trail systems and potential population density.

The City has retained the services of Stantec and MXD Development Strategists to lead the engagement strategy as well as for the development of both the land-use concept and the servicing plan.

The open house will take place at Telford House, 4907 - 46 Street, Leduc on June 28, 2017, between 5 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. Representatives from the City of Leduc, Stantec and MXD will be available to answer questions and discuss the proposed plan with attendees.

For more information about the ETLASP, please contact Sylvain Losier, City of Leduc Manager of Regional Planning and Initiatives by email at or phone at 780-980-7140.

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Sherrie Mohr, Corporate Communications