Greenview Publications and Resources
The past few years in the Municipal District of Greenview have been very eventful, from the volatility in energy prices, to changing climate, and most recently, the incorporation of the former Town of Grande Cache into Greenview.
The addition of the oversight of Grande Cache and its citizens has meant a change in focus for Greenview. It has also meant a temporary change in the composition of our municipal council with the addition of two of the former town’s council members to the Greenview Council. These changes have meant we need to revisit our existing long-term strategic plan and identify how the shifting environment affects us now and into the future.
Additional Publication Downloads
Mountains to Meadows Newsletter Spring 2023
Mountains to Meadows Newsletter Winter 2022
Mountains to Meadows Newsletter September 2022
Mountains to Meadows Newsletter June 2022
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the Manager of Finance: 780-524-7600 or select “Contact Us” at the top of the page.
Municipal District of Greenview No. 16 Financial Statements
- 2021 Financial Statements
- 2020 Financial Statements
- 2019 Financial Statements
- 2018 Financial Statements
- 2017 Financial Statements
- 2016 Financial Statements
- 2015 Financial Statements
- 2014 Financial Statements
- 2013 Financial Statements
- 2012 Financial Statements
- 2011 Financial Statements
For previous years’ financial statements, please contact the Finance department directly.
Major Area Structure Plans
There are two major area structure plans within Greenview. A major area structure plan is a long-range land-use planning tool that encompass a large land area. It is prepared by Greenview and approved by Council. Each link below will direct you to Greenview’s bylaw page, where you can view the plans under the planning and development section.
Minor Area Structure Plans
A minor area structure plan is a required land use concept plan that must be prepared by a developer for any large undeveloped parcel of land, generally one-quarter section (160 acres) in size or larger and requires approval by Council. A minor area structure plan is created to facilitate subsequent zoning, subdivision and development decisions. Each link below will direct you to Greenview’s bylaw page, where you can view the plans under the planning and development section.