Development Authority

The following is a list of policies, bylaws and statutory plans that are referred to when the Development Authority makes decisions on subdivision and development permit applications.


Annually Adjusted Off-site Levy Bylaw TableThe Annually Adjusted Off-site Levy Bylaw Table establishes the levies to be imposed based on development area for a specific year.  The values in the Table are adjusted annually to reflect the Edmonton Non-Residential Construction Price Index based on Development Charge Policy C.d.014 . The Table relates to the Off-site Levy Bylaw #29-2016, the Off-site Levy Review and the Development Charge Policy C.d.014.  The Table will include the levies that will be imposed on developers and landowners.
Antenna System Siting ProtocolThe purpose of the Antenna System Siting Protocol is to inform Council, Administration and developers of the process required to develop a Antenna System. The Antenna System Siting Protocol  relates to the Land Use Bylaw and informs the notification process to Industry Canada.
Big Fish Bay RV Resort Outline PlanThe Big Fish Bay RV Resort Outline Plan (Outline Plan) expresses the aspirations of the developer, Council and the citizens of Slave Lake with respect to how the RV Resort will develop. The Outline Plan relates to and aligns with the Municipal Development Plan and provides more detailed direction to Council, Administration and developers with respect to the form of development in the area.  All subdivision and development approvals within the Plan area must align with all approved statutory plans including the Big Fish Bay Outline Plan.
Black Tiger Fuels Storm Water Management Design BriefThe Black Tiger Fuels Storm Water Management Design Brief (Brief) provides a storm water plan for the Black Tiger Fuels highway commercial subdivision located on Plan 982 5589, Block 3, Lot 2 and part of the SW 30-72-5-W5.  The Brief relates to and informs the Storm Drainage Master Plan.  All subdivision and development approvals in the area must align with the Brief.
Boulevard Bylaw #25-2015The Boulevard Bylaw outlines the process for managing the development and maintenance of Town boulevards including sidewalks, driveways and boulevard trees. The Boulevard Bylaw relates to the Municipal Development Plan and Land Use Bylaw and will inform subdivision and development decisions with respect to these public lands.
Certificate of Compliance Policy D.020The Certificate of Compliance Policy D.020 provides direction to Council, Administration and landowners with regard to what is required to obtain a Certificate of Compliance and how the process is carried out. This Policy relates to the Land Use Bylaw.
Cost Contribution Policy C.d.017The Cost Contribution Policy C.d.017 ensures that those developments which benefit from new or upgraded municipal infrastructure contribute to the costs associated with the construction of new or upgraded municipal infrastructure.  This Policy also provides direction to Administration with respect to the type of agreement that will be recommended depending on the circumstances around the subdivision or development. This Policy  relates to the Municipal Development Plan and informs contributions that may be imposed on developers in relation to a subdivision or development approval.  This Policy relates to the Off-site Levy Review, the Off-site Levy Bylaw, the Off-site Levy Policy C.d. 027, the Land Use Bylaw as well as developer contributions such as road and intersection charges.
Designated Officer Bylaw #01-2010The Designated Officer Bylaw appoints those individuals required to perform duties, as required under the Municipal Government Act (MGA) and also outlines the powers, duties and functions of a Designated Officer. The Designated Officer Bylaw is a requirement of the MGA and  relates to the Land Use Bylaw.
Development Charge Policy C.d.014The Development Charge Policy C.d.014 ensures that Development Charges are adjusted annually to avoid significant increases due to inflationary changes that have not been considered and/or reflected in the Charges.  This Policy advises how and when existing charges are adjusted and also informs final contributions and levies that may be imposed on developers as a result of subdivision or development decisions.  The Policy relates to the Off-site Levy Bylaw, the Off-site Levy Policy C.d. 027, the Annually Adjusted Off-site Levy Table, the Cost Contribution Policy C.d.017, the Municipal Development Plan and the Land Use Bylaw.
Development Standards and ProceduresThe Development Standards and Procedures (DSP) provide a uniform and consistent foundation of design for those parties interested in developing land within the Town of Slave Lake.   The DSP are the Town's basic minimum development requirements and are  referenced in development agreements and development permits issued by the Town.  All municipal infrastructure necessary for subdivision and development must conform to the DSP.  The DSP also relate to the Subdivision Development Process Policy C.d. 018,  the Recovery of Inspection Costs Policy C.d. 023, the Recovery of Engineering Costs Policy C.d. 024, the Recovery of Legal Costs Policy C.d. 015 and the Cost Contribution Policy C.d.017.
Downtown and Main Street Area PlanThe Downtown and Main Street Area Structure Plan (DMASP) expresses the aspirations of Council and the citizens of Slave Lake with respect to how the Downtown and Main Street area of Slave Lake will develop. The DMASP aligns with the Municipal Development Plan and the Land Use Bylaw and provides direction to Council, Administration and developers with respect to the form of development in this area.  All subdivision and development approvals within the DMASP plan area must align with all approved statutory plans including the DMASP.
EBA Safety & Operational Review Highway #2 and Main StreetThe objectives of the EBA Safety and Operational Review Highway #2 and Main Street Study are to examine the operation of the intersection at Highway 2:46/48 and Main Street, and the intersection of Highway 2:48 and 14 Avenue SW in Slave Lake.  The review was prompted by concerns that there is not sufficient turning radius for large vehicles at the intersections with Main Street and 14 Avenue SW due to the location of the raised islands. The Study relates to and informs the Transportation Master Plan and also relates to future Intersection upgrades that will be required as a result of growth.  As such, this Plan will be considered when making decisions on future subdivision and development applications in the Plan area.
Encroachments onto Public Lands Policy C.d 025The Encroachments onto Public Lands Policy C.d. 025 provides direction to Council, Administration, developers and landowners with respect to how the Town will handle any encroachments onto public lands. This Policy relates to the Land Use Bylaw.
EXH Storm Water Management PlanThe objectives of the EXH Storm Water Management Plan is to provide a storm water management plan for Mouallem Developments both Phase I and II (i.e. lands adjacent to and south of Highway #2).  This Plan relates to and informs the Storm Drainage Master Plan.  Future subdivision and development applications in the area will be reviewed with this Plan.
Fournier Place Design GuidelinesThe Fournier Place Design Guidelines (FPDG) expresses the Town's wishes with respect architectural controls for the Fournier Place Subdivision. The FPDG provides Council, Administration and developers with the architectural regulations around all forms of development within Fournier Place.  The Design Guidelines are to be implemented into all developments in Fournier and are to be in addition to the Land Use Bylaw requirements for the various land use districts included in Fournier Place.  The FPDG may be referenced in subdivision and development approvals.
Gloryland Outline PlanThe Gloryland Outline Plan (GOP) expresses the aspirations of the developer, Council and the citizens of Slave Lake with respect to how the Gloryland area of Slave Lake will develop. The GOP relates to and aligns with the Municipal Development Plan, the South Expansion Area Structure Plan (SEASP) and the Land Use Bylaw.  All subdivision and development approvals within the Plan area must align with all approved statutory plans including the GOP and the SEASP.
Growth Management Plan (GMP)The Growth Management Plan (GMP) reviews the current and future growth trends and recommends future urban growth areas for the Town of Slave Lake.  The GMP aligns with the Municipal Development Plan and provides direction to Council, Administration and developers with respect to the continued growth of Slave Lake.  All subdivision and development approvals must align with all approved statutory plans including the GMP.
Highway 2 Planning Study

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The objectives of the Highway 2 Planning Study are to develop Highway 2 twinning plans through the Town, identify right-of-way requirements for four lanes through Slave Lake, review and recommend access to Highway 2, recommend modifications to the Vehicle Inspection Station and to review disposition of a quarter section of land owned by AIT at Caribou Trial and Highway 2 intersection.  The Study relates to and informs the Transportation Master Plan as well as potential Road and Intersection Contributions that may be imposed on developers and landowners.  The Study relates to the Intersection Charges, the Development Charge Study, the Development Charge Policy C.d. 014  and the Cost Contribution Policy C.d.017.
Intermunicipal Development PlanThe Intermunicipal Development Plan (IDP) expresses how the Town and the M.D. of Lesser Slave River will cooperate and deal with subdivision and development within and along our mutual boundaries to ensure orderly growth. The IDP relates to the Tri-Council Regional Growth Plan (RGP) and the RGP - Policies and Agreements, the RGP - Background Reports and the RGP - Map Atlas.  All subdivision and development within the IDP plan area must also align with the Town's Municipal Development Plan, applicable Area Structure Plans and the Land Use Bylaw.
Land Use Bylaw #22-2007The Land Use Bylaw (LUB) regulates and controls the use and development of land and buildings within the Town of Slave Lake to achieve orderly and economic development of land.  The LUB also divides the Town into districts, establishes regulations for each district as well as the purpose for which land and buildings may be used, establishes the office of the Development Officer, establishes a method for making decisions on applications for development permits and provides a manner in which notice of issuance of development permits is to be given. The LUB aligns with the Municipal Development Plan and all other Area Structures Plans and provides detailed regulations to Council, Administration and developers with respect to subdivision and development in the various land use districts within Slave Lake.  All subdivision and development approvals must align with all approved statutory plans including the Land Use Bylaw.
Lesser Slave Integrated Watershed Management Plan (IWMP)The Integrated Watershed Management Plan (IWMP) is a guidance document and planning tool that sets out common goals and objectives for the long-term management of land and water resources in the basin. The IWMP relates to and aligns the Municipal Development Plan and  the Land Use Bylaw will inform decisions with respect to subdivision and development adjacent to the Lesser Slave Lake.
Lesser Slave Region Wildfire Mitigation StrategyThe Lesser Slave Region Wildfire Mitigation Strategy (LSRWMS) identifies the potential risk of wildfire to communities within the Region and provides recommendations for minimizing the threat from wildfires through the use of vegetation management, development control, legislation, public education, interagency cooperation, cross training and emergency planning initiatives. The LSRWMS aligns with the Municipal Development Plan,  the South Expansion Area Structure Plan, the Development Standards and Procedures and will inform regulations established with the Land Use Bylaw with respect for FireSmart.  Regulations within the LUB with respect to FireSmart will be imposed on new applicable subdivision and development applications.
Lot Grading C.d. 028The Lot Grading C.d. 028 provides direction to Council, Administration, developers and landowners with respect to the procedures around Lot Grading and Lot Grading Inspections. This Policy relates to the Development Standards and Procedures, the Land Use Bylaw and the Property Drainage Bylaw.  The Policy informs and relates to the subdivision and development permit process and outlines how lot grading will be handled within the Town.
Municipal and School Reserve Policy C.d. 030The Municipal and School Reserve Policy C.d. 030 establishes the procedures for the dedication, use and disposal of Municipal and School Reserves.  The Policy aligns with the Municipal Development Plan and informs the subdivision process.  Developers of subdivisions in Slave Lake can anticipate conditions in subdivision approvals and development agreements with respect to Municipal and School Reserves.  The Policy also relates to the Land Use Bylaw, the Encroachments onto Public Lands Policy C.d. 025, the Cost Contribution Policy C.d.017 and the Subdivision Development Process Policy C.d. 018.
Municipal Development Plan (MDP)The Municipal Development Plan (MDP) expresses the aspirations of Council and the citizens of Slave Lake with respect to the long-term development and sustainability of the Town. The MDP is the overarching planning document and provides direction to all other statutory plans within the hierarchy of plans.   All other statutory plans must align with the MDP. All subdivision and development approvals must align with all approved statutory plans including the MDP.  The MDP relates to the Intermunicipal Development Plan, the Municipal Sustainability Plan, the Growth Plan,  all Area Structure Plans and the Land Use Bylaw.
Municipal Sustainability PlanThe Municipal Sustainability Plan (MSP) is designed to move the Town from it's current reality toward a new vision in 2035.  The MSP contains 4 key strategy areas which are economy, natural environment, built environment and social and cultural.  The MSP also contains Actions in each of the 4 strategy areas designed to move Slave Lake toward that vision.  The MSP aligns with the Municipal Development Plan, Growth Study and other Area Structure Plans.
Off-site Levy Bylaw #29-2016The Off-site Levy Bylaw provides Council with the ability to impose an Off-site Levy in respect of land to be developed or subdivided within the boundaries of the Town. The Off-site Levy Bylaw relates to the Off-site Levy Policy C.d. 027 in that it guides when a levy will be imposed and the value of that levy i.e. Annually Adjusted Off-site Levy Bylaw Table.  The Bylaw also relates to the Off-site Levy Review as the study provides the basis for the levy itself.  The Off-site Levy Bylaw may be referenced in subdivision and development approvals.
Off-site Levy Policy C.d. 027The Off-site Levy Policy C.d. 027 provides direction to Council, Administration, developers and landowners with respect to when and how an off-site levy will be imposed. This Policy  relates to the Municipal Development Plan, all Area Structure Plans, the Land Use Bylaw and the Off-site Levy Review and the Off-site Levy Bylaw.  The Policy also informs and relates to the subdivision and development permit approval process.
Off-site Levy ReviewThe Off-site Levy Review establishes levies that will be imposed on developers, either at the subdivision or development stage, for their proportionate share of the costs of municipal infrastructure systems required to accommodate growth. The Off-site Levy Review relates to the Off-site Levy Bylaw, the Annually Adjusted Off-site Levy Bylaw Table and the Off-site Levy Policy C.d. 027.  The Off-site Levy Review informs development agreements and development permits with respect to levies that may be imposed on developers and/or landowners.
Planning and Development Inspections Policy C.d 029The Planning and Development Inspections Policy C.d. 029 provides direction to Council, Administration, developers and landowners with respect to how inspections that relate to Planning and Development will be carried out. This Policy relates to the Municipal Development Plan, the Land Use Bylaw and the Development Standards and Procedures.  This Policy informs and relates to the subdivision and development permit process as well as the enforcement of the various Statutory Plans as well as Bylaws and Policies that relate to Planning and Development.
Property Drainage Bylaw #14-2015The Property Drainage Bylaw #14-2015 establishes minimum standards for the maintenance of property drainage for new and existing properties within the Town.  Developers should anticipate the requirement to provide property drainage as part of their subdivision and development approvals.  The Property Drainage Bylaw relates to the Municipal Development Plan, the Land Use Bylaw, the Development Standards and Procedures, the Drainage Master Plan, the Slave Lake Flood Risk Mapping Study and the Lot Grading C.d. 028.
Public Hearing Policy D.022The Public Hearing Policy D.022 ensures that Council, Administration and the general public are aware of the procedures for a public hearing as well it provides an opportunity for the public to be heard by Council. This Policy relates to the Municipal Government Act and any Statutory Plan amendment as public hearings are a legislated requirement with respect to that process.
Recovery of Engineering Costs Policy C.d. 024The Recovery of Engineering Costs Policy C.d. 024 provides direction to Council, Administration and developers with respect to the recovery of the Town's costs associated with the Town Engineer reviewing Plans prepared by developers. This Policy relates to the Development Standards and Procedures and development agreements.  It also relates to the Recovery of Legal Costs Policy C.d. 015, the Recovery of Inspection Costs Policy C.d 023 and the Subdivision Development Process Policy C.d. 018.  The Policy also informs and relates to the subdivision and development permit approval process.  Developers should anticipate that the Town may recover some Engineering costs associated with their subdivision or development.
Recovery of Inspections Costs Policy C.d. 023The Recovery of Inspection Costs Policy C.d. 023 provides direction to Council, Administration and developers with respect to the recovery of the Town's costs associated with the inspection of municipal infrastructure associated with subdivision and development. This Policy  relates to the Development Standards and Procedures and development agreements.  It also relates to the Recovery of Engineering Costs Policy C.d. 024, the Recovery of Legal Costs Policy C.d. 015 and the Subdivision Development Process Policy C.d. 018. The Policy also informs and relates to the subdivision and development permit approval process.  Developers should anticipate that the Town may recover some Inspection costs associated with their subdivision or development.
Recovery of Legal Costs Policy C.d. 015The Recovery of Legal Costs Policy C.d. 015 provides clear direction to Council, Administration and developers with regard to the recovery of the Town of Slave Lake's legal costs associated with the preparation of agreements by the Town's legal counsel. This Policy relates to the Municipal Development Plan, the Land Use Bylaw, the Subdivision Development Process Policy C.d. 018.  The Policy is referenced in the Town's Subdivision Application Package and may be referenced in subdivision and development decisions.  Developers should anticipate that the Town may recover some legal costs associated with the preparation of a development agreement in association with their subdivision or development.
Sanitary Sewer Master PlanThe Sanitary Sewer Master Plan (Plan) was undertaken to relieve the current surcharging problems and to accommodate continued growth in the Town.  The development of the Plan addresses the current problems by establishing long range growth and a sewer servicing Master Plan for the Town of Slave Lake.  The intent of the Plan is to review the overall sanitary sewer system and to determine the extent of upgrading to trunk facilities to meet the servicing needs of the study area to ultimate development. The Plan relates to existing Statutory Plans and provides direction to Council, Administration and developers with respect to the sanitary sewer requirements for the Town. The Plan may be referenced in subdivision and development approvals and will need to be referenced in the design and development of any sanitary sewer systems.
Slave Lake Airport Area Structure PlanThe objectives of the Slave Lake Airport ASP is to review land uses, identify conflicts and incompatibilities, explore possible expansion areas and provide locations for future construction of private aircraft hangars.  The Slave Lake Airport ASP must align with the Municipal Development Plan and will guide developments within the Airport lands.  As such, subdivision and development permits approvals in the ASP area may reference the ASP. 
Slave Lake Flood Risk Mapping StudyThe Slave Lake Flood Risk Mapping Study was conducted as part of the Canada-Alberta Flood Damage Reduction Program.  The objective of the Study was to prepare a detailed map identifying the existing flood hazard along an 8 km reach of the Sawridge Creek through the Town of Slave Lake to its confluence with the Lesser Slave River.  The Study is referenced in the Town's Drainage Master Plan and informs subdivision and development along the Sawridge Creek.  Developers should anticipate subdivision and development requirements with respect to flood risk as well as future and further channel migration studies to predict the movement of the creek and the requirement to provide environmental reserves.  The Study informs conditions that may be imposed with respect to subdivision and development decisions in the vicinity of the Sawridge Creek.  The Study relates to the Drainage Master Plan, Property Drainage Bylaw #14-2015, Land Use Bylaw, the Development Standards and Procedures and the Subdivision Development Process Policy C.d.
Slave Lake South Commercial Development Transportation Impact AssessmentThe objectives of the Slave Lake South Commercial Development Transportation Impact Assessment are to establish existing and future background traffic conditions in the vicinity of the proposed development, estimate the magnitude and characteristics of the traffic generated, evaluate the impacts of traffic on the adjacent roadway system and recommend improvements to roadways to mitigate unacceptable impacts.  The Study also outlines future intersection improvements and signalization requirements as well as highway widening to accommodate acceleration and deceleration lanes.  The Study informs the Intersection Charges imposed on subdivision and developments occurring adjacent to Highway 2 and the subject intersections.  Developers in Slave Lake, within the study areas, should anticipate subdivision and development approvals and development agreements to address intersection charges.  The Study relates to the Intersection Charges, the Development Charge Study, the Cost Contribution Policy C.d.017 and the Development Charge Policy C.d.014.
Soils Investigation Report for the Town of Slave LakeThe Soils Investigation Report provides soils investigation information on various roads throughout the Town of Slave Lake.  The Report relates to the Transportation Master Plan and informs decisions made by Council and Administration regarding road rehabilitation and the Ten Year Capital Plan.
South Expansion Area Structure Plan 
The South Expansion Area Structure Plan (SEASP) expresses the aspirations of Council and the citizens of Slave Lake with respect to how the south expansion area of Slave Lake will develop. The SEASP aligns with the Municipal Development Plan and provides direction to Council, Administration and developers with respect to the form of development in this area.  All subdivision and development approvals with the SEASP area must align with all approved statutory plans including the SEASP.
Southeast Traffic Impact AssessmentThe Southeast Traffic Impact Assessment  (SETIA) completes a traffic impact assessment for the southeast portion of the South Expansion Area Structure Plan area.  The SETIA covers the land to the east of the Sawridge Creek and south of Highway 2 within the South Expansion ASP which includes proposed commercial, low and medium density residential, institutional, light industrial and general industrial land and buildings.  This proposed development accesses Highway #2 at three points, Holmes Trail at the Highway 2/Highway 88 intersection, a southern extension of Poplar Lane and a proposed Central Access located approximately at the west end of the existing truck weight scale. SETIA relates to the South Expansion ASP and also forms the basis for Intersection Charges to be imposed on future developments adjacent to Highway # 2 in proximity to Holmes Trail and lands east of Main Street.  The SETIA relates to and aligns with the Transportation Master Plan and informs intersection development and design.
Southwest Area Structure PlanThe Southwest Area Structure Plan (SWASP) expresses the aspirations of Council and the citizens of Slave Lake with respect to how the southwest area of Slave Lake will develop. The SWASP aligns with the Municipal Development Plan and the Land Use Bylaw and provides direction to Council, Administration and developers with respect to the form of development in this area. All subdivision and development approvals, within the ASP area, must align with all approved statutory plans including the SWASP.
Southwest Expansion ASP Traffic Impact AssessmentThe Southwest Expansion ASP Traffic Impact Assessment (SWTIA) includes proposed residential, commercial and institutional developments in order to determine the intersection treatment required on Highway #2 at Main Street, 14th Avenue and Caribou Trail.  These intersections need to accommodate the traffic volumes generated by proposed development. The SWTIA relates to the South Expansion ASP and also forms the basis for Intersection Charges to be imposed on future developments adjacent to Highway # 2 in proximity to Main Street, 14th Avenue and Caribou Trail. The SWTIA relates to and aligns with the Transportation Master Plan, informs intersection development and design.  The Plan relates to Intersection Charges, the Development Charge Study, the Development Charge Policy C.d.014 and the Cost Contribution Policy C.d.017.
Subdivision Development Process Policy C.d. 018The Subdivision Development Process Policy C.d. 018 ensures that the subdivision development process is consistent with the Town's Development Standards and Procedures and also ensures Council, Administration and developers are aware of their respective roles and responsibilities with respect to subdivision development. This Policy  relates to the Development Standards and Procedures and Development Agreements.  It also relates to the Recovery of Engineering Costs Policy C.d. 024, the Recovery of Inspection Costs Policy C.d. 023 and the Recovery of Legal Costs Policy C.d. 015.
Subdivision Signs and Fences Policy D.021The Subdivision Signs and Fences Policy D.021 provides direction to Council, Administration, developers and private land owners with regard to the Town's role and responsibilities with respect to the ownership, maintenance and replacement of Subdivision Identification Signs and Fences within new and existing subdivisions. This Policy relates to the Municipal Development Plan and informs the subdivision process and preparation of development agreements. 
Town of Slave Lake Recreation Master Plan (RMP)The Recreation Master Plan (RMP) provides guidance to the Town of Slave Lake to anticipate and respond to recreation needs of the community.  It’s a long term vision that guides the planning, development and delivery of recreation resources for the next ten years. The RMP relates to the Municipal Development Plan and Area Structure Plans and informs subdivision and development decisions.  The RMP may be referenced in subdivision and development approvals and agreements.
Town of Slave Lake Storm Drainage Master PlanThe Town of Slave Lake Storm Drainage Master Plan (Plan) provides a broad scale review of existing and future storm water servicing needs that are intended to be an ongoing tool for the Town to target and prioritize upgrades and direct future development.  The strategy will identify, in broad scope, future upgrades and servicing needs that will require more detailed design and analysis prior to implementation. The Plan relates to and aligns with the Municipal Development Plan and Area Structure Plans and is intended to provide direction to Council, Administration and developers with respect to storm water drainage for the Town of Slave Lake.  The Plan may be referenced in subdivision and development approvals and will need to be referenced in the design and development of any storm water faculties in Slave Lake.
Town of Slave Lake Water Treatment ImprovementsThe purpose of the Town of Slave Lake Water Treatment Improvements Study is to identify potential water treatment system improvements required over a ten year horizon.  The Study results are intended to serve as a guide to develop a staged ten year Capital Improvement Plan.  The Plan relates to and informs the Off-site Levy Review, the Off-site Levy Bylaw #20-2016, the Annually Adjusted Off-site Levy Bylaw Table, the Development Charge Study and the Ten Year Capital Plan.
Transportation Master Plan UpdateThe Transportation Master Plan Update  relates to the Municipal Development Plan, South Expansion Area Structure Plan, Waterfront Area Structure Plan and the Growth Study.  The Plan defines the transportation requirements for the Town and will guide future subdivision and development requirements.  Future subdivision and development approvals will be required to meet with with the Transportation Mater Plan Update.
Tri-Council Regional Growth Plan - Background ReportsThe RGP Background Report provides background information on various topics in various communities within the region.    The RGP Background Report informs and relates to the RGP - Policies and Agreements, the Intermunicipal Development Plan and the Municipal Development Plan.
Tri-Council Regional Growth Plan - Map AtlasThe RGP Map Atlas provides maps for the various communities within the region as well as the IDP Referral Map. The RGP Map Atlas informs and relates to the RGP Polices and Agreements and the Intermunicipal Development Plan.
Tri-Council Regional Growth Plan - Policies and AgreementsThe Regional Growth Plan (RGP) provides a guide for making decisions that contribute to the development of a sustainable region.  The goal of Tri-Council is to better position the Region and its communities by fostering regional cooperation and collaborative strategies, which produce balanced, integrates, sustainable and resilient growth. The RGP - Policies and Agreements relates to the RGP - Background Reports, the RGP - Map Atlas and the Intermunicipal Development Plan.
Water Master PlanThe Water Master Plan forms part of the Town of Slave Lake Water Treatment Improvements Study i.e. Section 8.  This section deals with the Treated Water Distribution System for the entire Town and looks at the existing and ultimate system.  This Plan relates to existing Statutory Plans as well as the Town of Slave Lake Water Treatment Improvements Study, the Off-site Levy Review, the Off-site Levy Bylaw #29-2016, the Annually Adjusted Off-site Levy Bylaw Table, the Development Charge Study, and the Ten Year Capital Plan.  The Plan will need to be referenced in the design of and treated water systems and facilities.
Waterfront Intermunicipal Area Structure PlanThe Waterfront Intermunicipal Area Structure Plan (WIASP) provides a framework for the long-term growth and development of the lands located within the Waterfront Plan Area. The WIASP aligns with the Intermunicipal Development Plan, the Regional Growth Plan and the Town's Municipal Development Plan.  Subdivision and development approvals within the Plan area must align with the WIASP,  Tri-Council Regional Growth Plan and Intermunicipal Development Plan.
Western Portion of the Slave Lake South Expansion Area Conceptual Storm Water Management Master PlanThe Western Portion of the Slave Lake South Expansion Area Conceptual Storm Water Management Master Plan (Plan) outlines the final conceptual storm water management plan for the western portion of the SEASP area.   The Plan considers the pre and post development conditions for the 1:100 year storm event in order to identify steps to minimize impact on the receiving watercourses, adjoining and downstream landowners and the storm water system for the Town of Slave Lake. The Plan is based on the approved South Expansion Area Structure Plan and outlines how storm water in the area will be handled.  The Plan may be referenced in development agreements and development permits issued by the Town and relates to and informs the Drainage Master Plan.  Developers should anticipate storm water management facilities within the Plan area will be designed to meet the objectives of the Plan.
Wildfire Legacy Centre and Slave Lake Region Baseball Field Redevelopment Traffic Impact AssessmentThe purpose of this Traffic Impact Assessment (TIA) is to determine the required intersection configuration for such an access, as well as to evaluate potential operational and safety concerns connected to developing an additional intersection on this road.  Secondary, the TIA will also evaluate the access to and from the Slave Lake Region Baseball Field. The TIA relates to and aligns with the Transportation Master Plan and informs the design of the access/egress to these facilities.