Planning & Development
What is an IDP?
An Intermunicipal Development Plan (IDP) is a high-level policy plan created between adjacent municipalities and provides a forum for neighbour municipalities to work together. An IDP is designed to foster cooperation and integrated development near the municipal boundaries so that unnecessary costs and negative impacts for the municipalities are avoided. The principles and objectives established in the IDP guide the growth of future development by identifying general locations for major land uses and servicing. In addition to guiding future growth, if there is a disagreement between municipalities on development, IDPs provide a framework for dispute resolution.
What is an ICF?
Clearwater County will develop IDPs and ICFs with the following municipalities:
- Town of Rocky Mountain House
- Village of Caroline
- Banff (Improvement District)
- Mountain View County
- Red Deer County
- Lacombe County
- Ponoka County
- County of Wetaskiwin
- Brazeau County
- Yellowhead County
- Jasper Park (Improvement District)
- Alberta Land Surveyors
- Building Code Accredited Agencies Listing
- Clearwater County Code
- Condor Growth Assessment Report
- Development Permit Application
- Do I Need a Building Permit?
- Fee and Refund Structure - Planning and Development
- Hamlet Comparison Report
- How A Rural Address is Determined Diagram
- Intermunicipal Development Plan
- Land Use Amendment Application
- Land Use Bylaw No. 714/01
- Leslieville Growth Assessment Report.
- Municipal Development Plan
- Private Sewage Treatment Systems Separation Distances
- Provincial Framework
- Road Setback Guidelines
- Subdivision Application
- Subdivision Guidelines - 1st Parcel Out
- Subdivision Guidelines - Fragmented Parcel