Intermunicipal Development Plans
INTERMUNICIPAL DEVELOPMENT PLANS
CVR is committed to working collaboratively with its urban neighbours when it comes to planning and development. The County has Intermunicipal Development Plans (IDP) in place with both the Town of Vermilion and the City of Lloydminster. Feel free to contact the Planning and Development Department for further information.
Village Intermunicipal Development Plans
We are currently working with the Villages of Kitscoty, Marwayne and Paradise Valley on developing IDP's.
What We Heard Report (from the January 2019 engagement process)
Rural Intermunicipal Development Plans
We are currently working with the Counties of St. Paul, Lac La Biche, Smoky Lake, Two Hills and the MD of Bonnyville on developing Rural IDP's.
Over the past year we have carried out much background research, developed focus topics, connected with important stakeholders and engaged the public and are pleased to have finalized and approved IDP's with the County of St. Paul and the County of Two Hills. Press Release March 2019
More information about Intermunicipal Development Plans can be found here
Consultant: McElhanney Consulting Services Ltd.
Joint Regional Growth Study (2019)
The City of Lloydminster and the County collaborated to complete a comprehensive Joint Regional Growth Study in June 2019. This key planning document will provide valuable data for all inter-municipal planing, annexation processes, and further growth opportunities.
Joint Regional Growth Study (Report portion only)
Joint Regional Growth Study (Appendices only)
Lloydminster Intermunicipal Development Plan
The purpose of the IDP is to establish a regional framework for attracting economic opportunities and managing land use, subdivision and development in the IDP area. The City and County want to improve opportunities to secure a long-term economic base, establish consistency in land development, and to facilitate inter-municipal communication in land development matters. Further, the municipalities want to be “development ready” and future-oriented in their planning efforts and thus acquire an edge over other municipalities in attracting additional economic activity.
This Intermunicipal Development Plan (IDP) is divided into four sections:
- an introduction containing background information,
- a detailed explanation of the intent of the IDP concept,
- a set of specific policies that will guide the Approving Authorities in their decisions
- a set of implementation statements and directives that will guide the two municipalities in terms of process and policy content.
The Appendices contain support information that is of benefit to applicants for development.
Area Structure Plans:
Within the IDP, there are three Urban Expansion zones identified, each of which will has a separate Area Structure Plan.
Bylaw No. 07-28 - Central Urban Expansion Area Structure Plan (Including 08-16 Amendments)
Bylaw No. 08-15 - North Urban Expansion Area Structure Plan
Bylaw No. 08-14 - South Urban Expansion Area Structure Plan
Proposed Arterial Roads within Lloydminster/County of Vermilion River IDP
Vermilion Intermunicipal Development Plan
The County of Vermilion River and the Town of Vermilion are preparing a new Intermunicipal Development Plan (IDP) pursuant to the Municipal Government Act, R.S.A 2000, c.M-26, as amended. This IDP will repeal and replace the 2016 IDP adopted by the Town and the County.
The above IDP passed first reading and residents are invited to a public hearing on Sept 28th, 2021 at 1:45pm. The hearing will take place in Council Chambers at the County of Vermilion River offices in Kitscoty and public are invited via Zoom. More info HERE, (Bylaw 21-18)
Vermilion IDP full plan (amended Feb 14, 2017)
The purpose of the IDP is to establish a coordinated and cooperative framework for attracting economic opportunities and managing land use, subdivision and development in the IDP area. The Town of Vermilion and the County of Vermilion River want to minimize competition for development opportunities, to establish consistency in land development, and to facilitate inter-municipal communication in land development matters. Further the municipalities want to be “development ready” and future-oriented in their planning efforts and thus acquire an edge over other municipalities in attracting additional economic activity.