Agendas & Minutes

COVID-19 IMPACT ON COUNCIL MEETINGS

  • Council members will be participating in the Regular Council and Committee of the Whole meetings through electronic means.
  • The Tuesday, September 29th Regular Meeting of Council will begin at 3:00 p.m. Once the meeting agenda is published, please see the order of proceedings below.
  • When a meeting is happening, click ’View Live Stream’ under the View button to watch the meeting live.
  • Question Period and Public Input Session will be conducted electronically. Members of the public can submit questions and provide input via email to LegislationInfo@chestermere.ca by 12:00 noon on the Monday prior to the meeting. Submission must include your name, address and phone number to be considered. Appropriate submissions will be read at the meeting.

PUBLIC HEARING PROCEEDINGS

Those wishing to make representations at a Public Hearing may do so through written submission or verbally through electronic means. 

Written submissions are encouraged to be submitted through this feedback form as early as possible following notice of the Public Hearing. All submissions must include your name, address, phone number, reference to the bylaw you are speaking to and whether you are speaking in favour or in opposition. All valid submissions, including your personal information, will be part of the public record and included in the Council minutes, unless directed otherwise by Council.

Those wishing to make verbal representations at a Public Hearing must register with Legislative Services by 12:00 P.M. the day of the hearing by emailing publichearing@chestermere.ca indicating that they wish to make a verbal representation and include their name, address, telephone number, the bylaw they wish to speak to and whether they are speaking in favour or in opposition.

A member of staff will call you during the appropriate Public Hearing so that you can make your representation to Council. Please be available by your phone in anticipation of this call. The Mayor will address you to speak once you are on the line. Individuals will have a maximum of 5 minutes to make their representation. For detailed information on Public Hearing proceedings, please refer to section 8k) of Council’s Procedural Bylaw.

SEPTEMBER 29, 2020 PUBLIC HEARING

Bylaws 021-20, 022-20, 023-20 and 024-20: A proposal to redesignate 3.82 hectares (9.44 acres) of the Special Recreation District (SPR) within the Kinniburgh area to the Retirement Living Campus District (RLC). View more details here.

SEPTEMBER 1, 2020 PUBLIC HEARINGS:

Written submissions for Bylaw 019-20 (Land Use Bylaw Amendments for Compact Development) and Bylaw 020-20 (Municipal Development Plan Amendment for Planned Lots) can be read here.

The City has begun using a new agenda management software system

To view upcoming meeting agendas, choose the date and click ’View’ and select your viewing option (PDF or HTML).

To view past meeting agendas and minutes, scroll down to ’Past Meetings’ to the date of the meeting and click ’View’ and select your viewing option (PDF or HTML). 

Video recordings will be available 1-2 days following a meeting. Click on the camera icon next to the agenda to watch past meetings. Recordings are also available on the City’s YouTube page.

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Meetings prior to June 2018 are also available via the Agenda Center.