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Planning and Development Open Houses
January 22 and 23 from 5:00pm - 8:00pm
CoBIC Connect - 5051 - 52 Avenue

The City of Beaumont would like to invite you to the City’s Open House on the 22nd and 23rd of January 2020 from 5:00-8:00pm at the new CoBIC Connect, 5031-52 Ave.

We will be presenting on five plans and looking forward to your thoughts and feedback. Many of these have gone through city engagement but before we finalize, we are inviting businesses and residents to view the current status.⠀

Please see below all five topics that will be featured:


Land Use Bylaw Monitoring & Review Update:

The City of Beaumont rewrote its Land Use Bylaw effective April, 2019. After monitoring the land use bylaw applications received over a six month period, the Administration has determined that revisions are required to some of the regulations in order to continue to achieve desired development.⠀

Some of the goals:⠀
· Be easy to use and understand⠀
· Provide clarity on application process & decisions⠀
· Provide flexibility on site design⠀

With these goals in mind, some of the proposed amendments include:⠀

· Setbacks (for example, removing the 1.5 metre maximum side yard setback)⠀
· Building Profile Standards (this will still allow for a diverse housing mix such as a secondary suite but will prevent an apartment building or tiny home on a large lot)⠀
· Signage size revision⠀
· Parking (all vehicles are required to be parked on a driveway)⠀
· Home-Based Business (limited to two employees in attendance; difference between Home-Based and Commercial)⠀

Subdivision/Showhome Wayfinding Signage:⠀

  • Matches subdivision wayfinding signage to Beaumont’s brand standards and Land use Bylaw⠀
  • Helps potential new residents & home buyers find new developments when coming to Beaumont⠀
  • Ensures cohesive wayfinding signage while still allowing for individual neighbourhood/developer identity within their respective communities.

Transportation Master Plan:⠀

  • Provides strategic planning for Beaumont’s transportation system;⠀
  • Guides development of transportation infrastructure in newly developing areas;⠀
  • Shapes the redevelopment of roadways, trails, and more in built-up areas;⠀
  • Uses a Complete Streets vision, i.e., the transportation system will provide options for people to walk, cycle, drive, and use transit⠀

Our Centre-Ville Area Redevelopment Plan:⠀

  • Provides a new vision for the redevelopment and revitalization of Centre-Ville (Beaumont’s Downtown) over the next 25+ years;⠀
  • Proposes urban design strategies, land use concepts and policies through four precincts within Centre-Ville: Civic and Institutional Precinct, Downtown Core Precinct, Residential Infill Precinct, and Cultural Heritage Precinct. Each precinct offers a distinct character and a focused theme regarding land use and built form while allowing a diversity of development opportunities throughout the plan area;⠀
  • Describes the required servicing infrastructure such as water, storm and wastewater networks, mobility/transportation networks, parking and access to support development and redevelopment within Centre-Ville;⠀
  • Provides for implementation and monitoring strategies to support continuous improvement of the Plan.

Beaumont Urban Design Guidelines:

  • Replaces the current French Village Design Guidelines
  • Provides a clear and direct implementation approach for urban design elements in Beaumont
  • Recognizes the unique French character and historic roots of Beaumont and allows for contemporary, sustainable design to emerge
  • Allows developers to understand the values and qualities that make Beaumont unique and remarkable and to set expectation and level of quality for different types of development in the community
  • Establishes overarching principles based on:
     1. History and Identity   2. Quality and Durability   3. Accessibility and Adaptability
  • Streamlines the approval process – integrating with the development permit application process


You can view our high level presentation here:

All residents, attendees and those who have reviewed the information online are asked to fill out a survey for all comments and input. We greatly appreciate any and all feedback. You can find the survey here:

Please join us on the 22nd and 23rd of January to learn more and share your thoughts!


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