Please note: The information on this webpage still reflects the policies and regulations that were in effect prior to Zoning Bylaw 20001 coming into effect on January 1, 2024. 

If you have specific questions regarding how the current zoning regulations apply to your project, please refer to Zoning Bylaw 20001, speak with your Development Planner, or email us at developmentpermits@edmonton.ca

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Edmonton’s City Plan, Charter Bylaw 20,000, was approved by City Council on December 7, 2020, and charts out how we will get to a future city, a city that has the benefits we enjoy today with new opportunities for the future.

The City Plan is about our spaces and places and how we move around the city. It is about our community and what we need to do together to grow, adapt and succeed.

The City Plan combines a Municipal Development Plan and Transportation Master Plan, and includes strategic direction in environmental planning, social planning and economic development.

It comprehensively replaces The Ways documents by setting strategic direction for the way Edmonton grows, its mobility systems, open spaces, employment and social networks, generally touching on most aspects of life in Edmonton.

Moving Forward with Focus

The City Plan is about our spaces and places and how we move around the city.