Land Use Bylaw

The Land Use Bylaw regulate how land is used by assigning a specific district to every property:

  • Agriculture
  • Country Residential
  • Local Industrial and more.

Each district allows for different development and subdivision opportunities that take into account neighbouring landowners, long-range growth goals and local infrastructure such as roads and utilities.

Determine your property’s land use district.

View our interactive Land Use Bylaw map to see the details.

If you require assistance with the regulations or processes contained in the Land Use Bylaw, please call or visit Sturgeon County’s Planning and Development Services department.

Amendment Applications

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Land Use Bylaw Amendments Applications can be made if a landowner wants to change the Land Use District of their land. This is for landowners who want to develop something that is not included in their current Land Use District.

All amendments to the Land Use Bylaw must be approved by Council.

Redistricting land requires Council to give first, second and third reading to the redistricting application. Community input will be asked for during a Public Hearing that is normally scheduled between 1st and 2nd reading. If you have questions, please contact Planning & Development at 780-939-8275.

LUB Amendment Package

Email us, ask a question or apply in person:

Planning and Development Services
9613-100 Street,
Morinville, Alberta
T8R 1L9
Hours: 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Phone:  780-939-8275