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Downtown Infrastructure Assessment, Streetscape Enhancement and Rehabilitation Program Final Report

Executive Summary
Complete Report
Report Excluding Appendices
Appendices Only

 

South Montrose Concourse Project

Phase 2 Committee Report
Phase 2 What We Heard Report
2014 Site Visioning Brief
Montrose Concourse Project Site Plans


Fiscal Impact Analysis

The purposes of this report is to identify the impact of the short term annexation on ratepayers in the City of Grande Prairie and County of Grande Prairie.  This relates to the 2013 annexation.

2008 Growth Study Update 2012 - 2061 Land Demand

The purpose of this study has been to identify the City of Grande Prairie's growth needs and potential growth areas in advance of development.  The study assumes a 50 years time frame as well as a 30 year increment for projection purposes.

 

Mapping of Environmental Reserve (ER) and Science Based Setbacks for ER

The City of Grande Prairie is moving towards a watershed/landscape approach to planning for sustainable growth. Preserving the natural environment is a guiding principle of the City’s 2010 Municipal Development Plan. Collecting information on environmental assets is the first step to being able to analyze the importance of environmental features and develop plans that help protect them.

 

Neighbourhood Entrance Features Policy 611 and Neighbourhood Entrance Features Application Form

Low maintenance entrance features may be permitted on public lands at entry points to neighbourhoods through an application process detailed above.  Requests for entrance features on private lands will continue to be administered under the City's Land Use Bylaw as a signage permit application.

 

Policy Framework Discussion Paper

The purpose of this paper was to provide context for discussion of the MDP policies prior to it's adoption and the land use implications of these policies.

 

Population and Employment Forecast 2012 - 2061


102 Street Redesign Feasibility Study

The project's central aims were to transform this corridor to a streetscape that will support both pedestrian and bicycle activity, encourage increased public transit use, reduce vehicle dependency and promote a vibrant community in a central, higher density neighbourhood in close proximity to the city centre.

 

Engineering Services:  Studies, Standards, Plans and Reports


 Master Plans (Link to Page)

 

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