Town of Magrath Planning Related Bylaws and Policies

The Town of Magrath has a number of documents and bylaws which govern the operations and activities of the Town of Magrath and which also impact development activities and other matters in surrounding lands in Cardston County. Please click on the folders below to view pdf version of these complete documents:

 

Intermunicipal Development Plan: 2011 (County Bylaw No. 621.2011 and Magrath Bylaw No. 1154)

This is a statutory plan between the Town of Magrath and Cardston County and is currently in the process of being updated. Such plans reflect prevailing best practices in fringe area , municipal development planning, and wider regional plans such as the South Saskatchewan Regional Plan.

 

South Saskatchewan Regional Plan: 2014 to 2024

This is a regional planning document supported by the Alberta Land Stewardship Act which supports Alberta’s Land Use Framework and establishes the legal basis for the development of regional plans.

 

Municipal Development Plan: September 2017 (Bylaw No. 1221)

This is a long range statutory plan that incorporates policies concerning land use, infrastructure, economic development, social objectives, environmental matters, and financial analysis as a framework for sound decision-making. Municipal Development Plans typically involve a 25 year time horizon.

 

Magrath Regional Trails Master Plan: December 2017 (Cardston County Resolution No. 646.17 and Town of Magrath Resolution No. 2017-12-03)

This is an intermunicipal planning document developed to provide an outstanding recreation resource for Magrath and area residents. This is not a statutory plan, but it is recommended that both Council’s continue to recognize this plan in their future Intermunicipal Development Plans and their respective Municipal Development Plans.

 

Town of Magrath Land Use Bylaw No. 1092: 2007

This is a Bylaw and policy framework regulating a wide range of land use issues passed by the Magrath Town Council in February 2007.

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