Municipal Development Plan (MDP) Review

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The role of the MDP is to set a vision and policy guidance for the City to improve residents’ quality of life, to meet the community’s changing needs, to foster a prosperous local economy, and to grow in a responsible manner for years to come.

There is an existing MDP that was adopted in 2010 and will be replaced by the updated MDP submitted for Council’s consideration. Over the past 10 years the direction of the existing MDP supported many great projects that have improved our community, some examples include the following:

  • Legacy Park
  • CASA
  • Helen Schuler Nature Centre
  • Tecconnect Centre
  • ATB Centre
  • Transportation and Cycling Master Plans
  • River valley pathways network

The updated MDP provides guidance that will have just as big of an impact in our community and there is an opportunity for you to share your feedback with Council.

The MDP, Bylaw 6265, will receive first reading on February 9th, the public hearing is scheduled for March 1st to 5th, and second and third reading will be scheduled at a later date.

The purpose of the first reading is to introduce the MDP, Bylaw 6265, to Council and the public. The purpose of the public hearing is for Council to listen to the public's feedback and ask clarifying questions. The changes to the MDP, Bylaw 6265, may be made during second and third reading.

Members of the public and community stakeholders are encouraged to share their feedback on the MDP, Bylaw 6265, during the public hearing for Council’s consideration.

For more project information visit: www.lethbridge.ca/mdp



The role of the MDP is to set a vision and policy guidance for the City to improve residents’ quality of life, to meet the community’s changing needs, to foster a prosperous local economy, and to grow in a responsible manner for years to come.

There is an existing MDP that was adopted in 2010 and will be replaced by the updated MDP submitted for Council’s consideration. Over the past 10 years the direction of the existing MDP supported many great projects that have improved our community, some examples include the following:

  • Legacy Park
  • CASA
  • Helen Schuler Nature Centre
  • Tecconnect Centre
  • ATB Centre
  • Transportation and Cycling Master Plans
  • River valley pathways network

The updated MDP provides guidance that will have just as big of an impact in our community and there is an opportunity for you to share your feedback with Council.

The MDP, Bylaw 6265, will receive first reading on February 9th, the public hearing is scheduled for March 1st to 5th, and second and third reading will be scheduled at a later date.

The purpose of the first reading is to introduce the MDP, Bylaw 6265, to Council and the public. The purpose of the public hearing is for Council to listen to the public's feedback and ask clarifying questions. The changes to the MDP, Bylaw 6265, may be made during second and third reading.

Members of the public and community stakeholders are encouraged to share their feedback on the MDP, Bylaw 6265, during the public hearing for Council’s consideration.

For more project information visit: www.lethbridge.ca/mdp



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