Municipal Development Plan
Flourish: Growing to 100K
The City of St. Albert is nearing completion of an exciting initiative that will shape the City’s future growth and development to a population of 100,000.
Flourish, the City’s new Municipal Development Plan (MDP) builds on the foundation created by Cultivating our Future: St. Albert's Community Vision. The new MDP will be a bold long-range plan that positions the City to seize new opportunities and proactively plan for growth.
As the MDP directs where and how growth should happen, the City has relied on extensive public input during each phase of the project to ensure that the goals, objectives, and policies reflect the values and aspirations of our community. Thank you to all who have participated so far in shaping St. Albert’s future!
Considering the major public health risk associated with COVID-19, in-person engagement events will not proceed as originally scheduled. Instead, on-line engagement opportunities are being explored. Please stay tuned for future details regarding these opportunities.
Video: Flourish: Introducing St. Albert's new Municipal Development Plan (2:21)
St. Albert Lifestyle Expo (CANCELLED)
When: Friday, April 3 - Sunday, April 5
Where: Servus Credit Union Place, 400 Campbell Road, St. Albert
The MDP team will be the Lifestyle Expo all weekend at Booth #117, #119 & #123
Public Open House (POSTPONED)
When: Originally Tuesday, April 7, 2020, will be rescheduled
Where: St. Albert Curling Club, 3 Tache Street, St. Albert
Time: 5 p.m. - 7 p.m.
Learn more about the Open House
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Last edited: June 5, 2020