Application Process and Forms
Municipal Historic Resource Designation Process
Pre-application meetings with the City are recommended for those interested in designating their property as a Municipal Historic Resource. Or attend a Heritage Advisory Committee, held on the second Tuesday of every month, except July and August.
Please note that a Land Use Bylaw amendment, or redistricting, of the property to Direct Control (DC) is also required when designating a Municipal Historic Resource. A Land Use Bylaw Amendment application is to be submitted concurrently with the Municipal Historic Resource Designation application.
Benefits of Redistricting:
It allows for flexibility on what types of land uses can be accommodated, for example, a café in a residential area.
- Easily identifies where the Municipal Historic Resources are located in the City.
- The building or area is protected should landowners change.
For More Information:
Community Services, City of St. Albert
Main Floor, St. Albert Place
5 St. Anne Street
St. Albert, AB T8N 3Z9
Last edited: July 9, 2019