Public Hearing Information

Staff in our Development Services Department are available to assist if you have questions or need more information regarding a particular bylaw or Public Hearing procedure.  In accordance with the formal process for Public Hearings laid out in the Local Government Act, once a Public Hearing has been closed, no members of Council can either receive or respond to any further input, comments or questions regarding the bylaw(s) considered at the Hearing.

Click the linked images below for more information on Electronic Public Hearings and Public Hearings in general: 

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Public Hearings:

Section 94 of the Community Charter requires that public (statutory) notices such as for Public Hearings, are posted in a specific way and within a specific timeline.  The Town's process is outlined in "Public Notice Bylaw 2022, No. 2119" (the Town's website and the local newspaper).

A Public Hearing will be held regarding        
Public Hearing Notice 
Proposed Bylaw Amendment  
Council Reports & Minutes 
Rezoning Application 
Additional Information
Public Submissions   

A Public Hearing will be held regarding        
Public Hearing Notice 
Proposed Bylaw Amendment  
Council Reports & Minutes 
Rezoning Application 
Additional Information
Public Submissions 

Special Notices: