Planning & Development

DRAFT Sturgeon Lake Area Structure Plan (SLASP) Review
An open house was held September 15, 2020, at the Sturgeon Heights Hall to review the draft Sturgeon Lake Area Structure Plan with area landowners and residents. Click here to view the summary of input received to date on the draft plan. Based on input received, Greenview planning staff and our consultants are looking into the following:

  • Increasing the proposed three-acre maximum parcel size for country residential lots;
  • Expanding the current policy respecting the monitoring of water quality to also include water levels;
  • Identifying potential changes to the requirement for sewage holding tanks for lands that are a further distance away from the lake;
  • Reviewing the proposed policy requiring mandatory connection to any future municipal water and sewer systems; and
  • Making inquiries with provincial and federal authorities regarding impacts of increased development on the fishery

Once specific revisions to the draft plan are made, they will be posted for review in advance of bringing the draft forward to Council.

Additional Information:
Draft Sturgeon Lake Area Structure Plan
Highlights of draft plan

DRAFT Valleyview Intermunicipal Development Plan (VVIDP)
An IDP is a broad, long-range planning tool to manage decision-making for land uses and other services within a defined area of land between two or more municipalities.  Through specific objectives and policies, each section of the Valleyview Intermunicipal Development Plan intends to achieve overall goals in land use and growth, economic development, natural environment and infrastructure and services. We have invited landowners, businesses and community stakeholders within the IDP boundary to provide feedback.

Additional information and material
Draft VVIDP
Landowner Letter
Frequently asked questions
Detailed goals, objectives and policies
Comment Card

Services
We provide assistance and information to facilitate planning and development within Greenview, in accordance with Land Use Bylaw No. 18-800Our wide range of services include the following:

Approach applications
Business licensing
Development permits*
Land use amendments
Subdivisions
Road Closures
Rural Addressing (Bylaw No. 11-659)
Grande Cache Rural Addressing (Bylaw No. 12-681)
Plans, Policies and Bylaws

*Greenview does NOT issue building, electrical, gas, water, plumbing or sewage permits. You can obtain these permits by contacting an accredited agency approved by Alberta Municipal Affairs.

Contact Planning and Development Staff
We recognize that your time is valuable and we want to make sure someone is available to answer your questions. We encourage you to set up an appointment with one of our development officers by calling or emailing them ahead of time.

Celine Chuppa, Development Officer
Wards 1 and 8
Grande Cache (Crown Land), Grovedale 
Direct Line: 780.524.6080; celine.chuppa@mdgreenview.ab.ca

Price Leurebourg, Development Officer
Ward 3 and Division 9
Valleyview and Hamlet of Grande Cache
Direct Line: 780.524.6078; price.leurebourg@mdgreenview.ab.ca

Leona Dixon, Development Officer
Wards 2, 4, 5, 6 and 7
Little Smoky, Sunset House, New Fish Creek, DeBolt and Crooked Creek

Direct Line: 780.524.7639; leona.dixon@mdgreenview.ab.ca

Alysse Barks, Development Technician
Direct Line: 780.524.7643; alysse.barks@mdgreenview.ab.ca

Sally Ann Rosson, Planning and Development Manager
Direct Line: 780.524.7644; sally.rosson@mdgreenview.ab.ca

Jenny Cornelsen, Admin Support, Planning and Development
Direct Line: 780.524.7645; jenny.cornelsen@mdgreenview.ab.ca