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Redevelopment can impact older neighbourhoods in different ways. The City is committed to supporting neighbours throughout the construction process. Find resources that will highlight key steps, answer questions and provide additional channels of support.

List of development permits in Edmonton by neighbourhood. An approved development permit is required before application for a building permit to construct a building or structure, or to apply for a business license.

Development Permits Map

Development Process

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Land Development Resources

Neighbours interested in participating in the stages of the Land Development Process can use these resources and key contacts to navigate the housing redevelopment process.

Strategic Plans, Policies and Guidelines

ConnectEdmonton
About community direction, aspiration, and inspiration. This is Edmonton's highest level plan and it's about making transformational change.

The City Plan
Articulates the choices we will make to become a healthy, urban and climate resilient city of 2 million people that supports a prosperous region.

Zoning Bylaw 12800
The Zoning Bylaw contains the rules and regulations for the development of land in Edmonton.

Area and Neighbourhood Structure Plans

What is a Land Use Plan?
Provides neighbours with an overview of what a land use plan is, how it is created, and how its big picture vision for an area might be accomplished.

Rezoning and Subdivision

Community Amenity Contributions - A Guidebook for Edmontonians

A General Summary of Land Use Zones
Provides neighbours with a summary of the land uses that are allowed within Edmonton.

How to Respond to a Land Development Application
Provides neighbours with insight on how they can respond to land development applications in their neighbourhoods.

Rezoning Process Chart 

What is Zoning?
Provides neighbours with an overview of what zoning is, and how it might guide development in Edmonton.

Servicing Agreements

Learn more about why a developer may be required to enter into a service agreement with the City of Edmonton.

Development Permits

Construction Site Management Acknowledgement Practices Form
Provides neighbours with a list of regulations/requirements that builders agree to conforming to during construction. Builders are asked to disseminate this form at the Development Permit stage, and is also available through the City of Edmonton upon request.

A General Summary of Land Use Zones
Provides neighbours with a summary of the land uses that are allowed within Edmonton.

Housing (Re)development: What to Expect
Provides neighbours with tips and resources for when housing develops near you and in your community, and contacts to ensure what is being built is done in a respectful, responsible way.

How to Respond to a Land Development Application
Provides neighbours with insight on how they can respond to land development applications in their neighbourhoods.

Landscaping and Hardscaping
Provides neighbours with a summary of landscaping and hardscaping requirements for infill.

Mature Neighbourhood Overlay Regulations Illustrations - includes graphic of the (infill) development permitting process. There is also the more general one here.

Residential Construction Guide
Provides neighbours with the expectations and associated regulations/requirements that builders must conform to during construction.

Trees and Shrubs
Provides neighbours with a summary of the types of trees and shrubs that might be applied to landscaping requirements.

What is a Land Use Plan?
Provides neighbours with an overview of what a land use plan is, how it is created, and how its big picture vision for an area might be accomplished.

What is Zoning?
Provides neighbours with an overview of what zoning is, and how it might guide development in Edmonton.

Building Permits

Construction Site Management Acknowledgement Practices Form
Provides neighbours with a list of regulations/requirements that builders agree to conforming to during construction. Builders are asked to disseminate this form at the Development Permit stage, and is also available through the City of Edmonton upon request.

Homeowners Guide to Lot Grading and Drainage
Provides neighbours with tips on how to properly identify problems or properly upgrade, repair, or maintain their home’s lot grading and drainage systems.

Housing (Re)development: What to Expect
Provides neighbours with tips and resources for when housing develops near you and in your community, and contacts to ensure what is being built is done in a respectful, responsible way.

Lot Grading Inspections - Residential Properties

Landscaping and Hardscaping
Provides neighbours with a summary of landscaping and hardscaping requirements for infill.

Residential Construction Guide
Provides neighbours with the expectations and associated regulations/requirements that builders must conform to during construction.

Trees and Shrubs
Provides neighbours with a summary of the types of trees and shrubs that might be applied to landscaping requirements.

Licences

Construction Site Management Acknowledgement Practices Form
Provides neighbours with a list of regulations/requirements that builders agree to conform to during construction. Builders are asked to disseminate this form at the Development Permit stage, and is also available through the City of Edmonton upon request.

Housing (Re)development: What to Expect
Provides neighbours with tips and resources for when housing develops near you and in your community, and contacts to ensure what is being built is done in a respectful, responsible way.

Residential Construction Guide
Provides neighbours with the expectations and associated regulations/requirements that builders must conform to during construction.

Construction

Construction Site Management Acknowledgement Practices Form
Provides neighbours with a list of regulations/requirements that builders agree to conforming to during construction. Builders are asked to disseminate this form at the Development Permit stage, and is also available through the City of Edmonton upon request.

Housing (Re)development: What to Expect
Provides neighbours with tips and resources for when housing develops near you and in your community, and contacts to ensure what is being built is done in a respectful, responsible way.

Landscaping and Hardscaping
Provides neighbours with a summary of landscaping and hardscaping requirements for infill.

Residential Construction Guide
Provides neighbours with the expectations and associated regulations/requirements that builders must conform to during construction.

Trees and Shrubs
Provides neighbours with a summary of the types of trees and shrubs that might be applied to landscaping requirements.

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Planning Policies and Permitting Processes

Contacts

Connect with Communities

Join the Edmonton Federation of Community Leagues to stay up-to-date on developments in your community.


Contact Your Councillor

Consider contacting your Councillor to share your feedback.


Reach out to the builder or developer to establish an open dialogue from the start of a project.

Development Approvals

Contact Development Approvals for general permitting questions, information on Development Permit conditions and feedback.

Email: developmentpermits@edmonton.ca


Infill Questions

Contact the Infill Liaison Team for questions around infill policy and regulations, the Infill Roadmap and outreach opportunities.

Email: evolvinginfill@edmonton.ca

Construction and Safety Complaints

Ask for the Infill Compliance Team to report complaints related to untidy worksites, damage to alleys/sidewalks/public trees, noise concerns, absence of required permit signage, or to inquire about a site's compliance with its development permit.

Ask for the Safety Codes Officers for complaints related to excavations, site fencing or other construction related concerns. 

Phone: 311 


Trespassing Complaints

Contact Edmonton Police Services for complaints related to trespassing on site.

Phone: 780-423-4567

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