Posts for Category “Planning Development”

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JAN
08
Building_permit

New Safety Code Permit Provider

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Lamont County has recently changed providers for safety code permits, and will no longer be using The Inspections Group for permitting. Anyone who has already received permits from the Inspections Group is able to continue working with them; however, anyone needing a permit as of January 1, 2018, must contact Superior Safety Codes Inc.  For information on obtaining safety code permits contact Superior Safety Codes Inc. at: Phone: 780-489-4777 or toll free 1-866-999-4777 Fax:... More...
JUN
16
Meetingnotice

Industrial Heartland Area Structure Plan Public Meeting

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Please join us for public meeting #3! Area Structure Plans (ASPs) define land uses, servicing, and transportation networks and allow the land to develop in accordance with the community’s vision. The Alberta's Industrial Heartland ASP that applies to approximately 20,000 hectares requires updating to reflect changes within the region. PUBLIC MEETING ANNOUNCEMENT LAMONT COUNTY – ALBERTA’S INDUSTRIAL HEARTLAND AREA STRUCTURE PLAN (ASP) UPDATE Date: Thursday, J... More...
JAN
19
Subdivision

Lamont County Becomes Subdivision Authority

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In order to avoid any delays in the subdivision process, please ensure that all Subdivision Applications are now sent to the Lamont County Planning and Development Department. As of January 1, 2016, the Subdivision Authority of Lamont County as established by Council, is the Director or Acting Director of Planning and Community Services. If you have any questions about the subdivision process please contact the Planning and Development Department, or download the Subdivision Info... More...
SEP
04
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Pricing Transparency Mapping Project

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The Farmers Advocate Office is collecting surface lease, transmission line, siesmic, and pipeline right of way agreements from landowners, in order to create interactive maps with information on projects and compensation values paid to landowners. On completion, these maps will better enable landowners to understand what is fair and typical compensation for their area of the province, for specific projects. The maps will be launched in the Fall 2015 and be updated on a continual basis ... More...
SEP
01
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One-Call For Election Sign Installation

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Election signage is considered a ground disturbance and can cause damage and puncture to underground facilities and pipelines; even a scratch can cause a leak to occur, putting the public and the pipeline at risk. Before installing any sign, including campaign signs, near or within a pipeline right-of-way, a local one-call must be placed and approval for the sign must be received from the operator. Any unauthorized signs in pipeline right-of-ways will be removed. Please contact your lo... More...
JUN
16

Good Turnout for Highland Estates Open House

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The open house held on June 10, 2014, to discuss the Highland Estates Structure Plan, and rezoning of land from Agriculture to Country Residential, had an impressive turnout with 15 land owners signing in The evening began with a presentation by Ron Hall, on the Highland Estates Structure plan, including key features such as phases of development, environmental management and lot specifications. Mr. Hall also addressed concerns identified through previous open houses and consultations w... More...
APR
14

Public Information Meeting Held

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The Lamont County Council Chambers was filled with people on the evening of Monday, March 31, as land owners came between 5 and 8 p.m. to an information evening about two new proposed bylaws. The two bylaws, the Off-Site Utility Potable Water Levy Bylaw 739-14, and the Off-Site Transportation Levy Bylaw 740.14 had their first readings at the Council Meeting on March 8. The public information meeting was intended to answer any questions or concerns of land owners in the affected area &n... More...
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