January 24th, 2017
|| Calgary, Alberta||
Thursday, January 12, 2017 6:00 PM at the Springbank Heritage Club (244168 Range Road 33)
A public engagement session to discussion the draft Aggregate Resource Plan and gather feedback. The event begins at 6:00 p.m. with a presentation at 6:30 p.m.
A redesignation was approved on land in Springbank, on the south side of Carriage Lane and on the east side of Range Road 31.
The redesignation will allow for the future subdivision of a 2.47-acre parcel with a 2.07-acre remainder in an area of the county that currently features a variety of land uses.
Elbow Valley condos
Applications related to the future construction of a 50-unit residential condominium development in Elbow Valley were tabled by council and are scheduled to return at a meeting on Jan. 24.
Administration presented a subdivision application, bareland condominium application, and a development permit to move forward with the proposed villas, following the approval of a Master Site Development Plan (MSDP) and redesignation applications in June. “The MSDP includes specific expectations to establish how the project will be implemented within the context of the existing Elbow Valley community and current municipal policies and development regulations,” said RVC planner Jessica Anderson in a report to council. “It considers the proposed placement of buildings, landscaping, and lighting, and establishes expectations for the architectural treatment and landscape design.”
All material must be clean.
Bring to the Transfer Site
Recycle your natural Christmas tree between December 21 and January 16 at participating transfer sites (no charge), and get a coupon for a FREE seedling from Bow Point Nursery or Branched Out Nursery.
Please remove all lights, decorations, tinsel, and netting before dropping off your tree.
Participating sites are:
Advanced registration week for the 2017-2018 school year will be held January 16-20, 2017, in schools across the jurisdiction.
Check out the January 2017 Advanced Registration Edition of OnTrack to find out about the many advantages of enrolling in Rocky View Schools!
Readers can catch a glimpse of the jurisdiction through the variety of program offerings, assessment practices, school activities, and see the many opportunities available to get involved and stay connected with RVS.
Rocky View County Council has approved a 2017 operating and capital base budget that continues the County’s long-standing position of having among the lowest residential property tax rates in Alberta.
Council passed a $121.9 million base budget, with no projected increase in taxes and no cuts to public services.
“It’s good news for all Rocky Viewers. Council and Administration have been working hard to ensure the County provides efficient and effective core services. That was important in good economic times, and we are seeing even greater results from that approach in these challenging times,” says Reeve Greg Boehlke. “We have a very strong and sustainable municipality.”