The Alberta Municipal Government Act requires all municipalities in Alberta to adopt a Land Use Bylaw (LUB), which may prohibit, regulate and control the use and development of land and buildings within the Town of High Level.
The purpose of the LUB is to:
·Divide the Municipality into land use districts.
·Determine the set of rules for each land use district, including permitted and discretionary uses.
·Establish the development permit and rezoning process.
·Regulate standards for the height, size and location of buildings.
·Determine parking, landscaping and building design standards.
·Implement the vision of the Municipal Development Plan and area structure plans.
Proposed Land Use Bylaw Amendments:
This page is updated as LUB amendments become available.