A message from the Town of Huntsville
The Town of Huntsville is looking for public input on the Draft Community Planning Permit Bylaw (CPP) at an upcoming public meeting on Wednesday, October 27, 2021.
The CPP Bylaw will provide Huntsville with the ability to regulate and manage development in a more streamlined and flexible manner, replace the existing Huntsville Zoning Bylaw, and implement the policies of the Town’s Official Plan.
The CPP Bylaw will provide a new development approval process for Huntsville that merges three separate approvals into one and includes measures to regulate vegetation removal and site alteration, which many in Huntsville have eagerly anticipated, but must also be an approach suitable for application in rural areas.
The Town encourages residents, businesses and interested individuals to review the Draft CPP Bylaw and participate in the Public Meeting.
The virtual public meeting will be held Wednesday, October 27, 2021 at 6:00 p.m., to provide the public with an opportunity to offer comments to planning staff and council on the Draft CPP Bylaw. The meeting notice, link and participation instructions for this meeting are posted at huntsville.ca/PC.
The Draft CPP Bylaw can be viewed at myhuntsville.ca/cppbylaw. Feedback may be provided by contacting planning staff using the questions tabs and staff contact details available on myhuntsville.ca page. Comments on the Draft Bylaw and associated mapping can also be made directly on the Draft Precinct Interactive Map tool.
- Watch the October 14, Draft CPP Bylaw open house meeting
- Watch the September 15 Planning Committee presentation on the Draft CPP By-law.
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