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The draft Municipal Development Plan has been updated!  

Revisions have been made to the draft plan based on the feedback collected at the March 15 and March 23 Stakeholder Conference, the April 12 & 13 Open House, and the Public Hearing held on May 23. Information on recent public engagement sessions are shown below.

The draft Our Complete Community - Municipal Development Plan was presented to Council for First Reading on April 25, 2017, a Statutory Public Hearing was held on May 23, 2017, and was read a Second time on June 13, 2017. 

Tentative Next Steps:

  • Submit the plan to the Capital Region Board for their approval
  • Bring the plan back for Third Reading after Capital Region Board approval is received

About the Plan

Together, with residents and stakeholders, we have been hard at work since the beginning of 2016 to update our Municipal Development Plan and create a new Transportation Master Plan to guide our community's growth over the next 30 years.  

Our Complete Community is our plan to guide the future growth and development for the community over the next 30 years. Our Complete Community celebrates our local context and incorporates successful community building practices to plan growth in a responsible way, both within the community and regionally. 
Project Timeline

Recent Engagement Events

An Open House for the Transportation Master Plan was held on May 11, 2017. The purpose of the Open House was to collect feedback on key policies and plans. The board that were displayed at the event can be viewed here. The policy workbook can be viewed here

An Open House for the Municipal Development Plan was held in Beaumont Council Chambers on April 12 & 13, 2017. Attendees learnt about the plan that will guide the future growth and development of Beaumont. The feedback collected at the Open House can be viewed 

Beaumont hosted a Municipal Development Plan Stakeholder Conference on March 15 & 23, 2017. The purpose of the conference was to ensure the policies reflect the values of our community. The policy feedback collected at the conference can be viewed here

Beaumont hosted a Transportation Master Plan (TMP) Engagement Event on November 17, 2016. Three main topics were discussed; Active Living, Travel Speeds, and Vehicular Travel. The full presentation can be viewed here. The summary of feedback collected can be viewed here, and the evaluation summary here.

What is a Municipal Development Plan?

A Municipal Development Plan is a statutory planning document that sets out a clear vision for a community’s future and serves as an important decision-making tool for Councils, Administrations and all stakeholders. It’s the primary document that guides the future development and growth for the entire community.

Municipalities with a population over 3,500 are required to adopt a Municipal Development Plan that reflects the Provincial Land Use Policies (soon to be the North Saskatchewan Regional Plan) and Section 617 (Purpose of Part 17) of the Municipal Government Act.The MDP is reviewed and updated every 5 to 10 years. Beaumont’s current MDP was developed in 1998 and was last amended in 2009 prior to the annexation project. The MDP outlines policies to accommodate growth while balancing land use priorities with cultural, social, environmental and economic considerations. An MDP addresses several issues, including future land use, future development, transportation and municipal services. In addition, the process will consider whether a majority of residents want Beaumont to pursue city status or remain a town. Stantec Consulting has been retained to help guide development of the MDP. The year-long process will include several opportunities for residents to have input on the discussion.

Transportation Master Plan

A Transportation Master Plan creates and implements a long-term strategy to guide the planning, development, renewal and maintenance of a multi-modal transportation system (i.e. to support walking, cycling, and driving) in a manner that is consistent with our collective needs, and aligned with the Town's growth and the overall vision set out in the Municipal Development Plan.

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