Planning & Development

Operated out of the Town’s Engineering & Infrastructure Department, Planning and Development plays a central role in land use planning and community development within the Town of Peace River.  Planning and Development works to ensure that development takes place in an organized, well-planned way, and in compliance with all provincial and municipal legislation, while also maintaining and enhancing the natural and man-made environments that contribute to a high quality-of-life. Planning and Development manage strategic planning initiatives, development approvals and land matters in the Town, based on the Town’s needs and Council’s corporate vision.

Ongoing Projects

Land Use Bylaw Refresh

Temporary Outdoor Patios & Retail Space Pilot Project

Downtown Beautification

Completed Projects

Upper West Peace North Area Structure Plan

Notices of Bylaws & Public Hearings

Notice of Public Auction

Notice of Public Auction Updated July 7, 2022 This post was originally created June 23, but had an updated table ...
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Public Notice 2022 Combined Assessment & Property Tax Notices

Public Notice 2022 Combined Assessment & Property Tax Notices Posted June 3, 2022 Under the requirements of Section 311(1) of ...
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Flags at Half-Mast – National Day of Mourning, April 28, 2022

Flags at Half-Mast - National Day of Mourning, April 28, 2022 Posted April 27, 2022 April 28 is the National ...
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Public Notice of Debenture Bylaws

Public Notice of Debenture Bylaws Posted April 26, 2022 Amended on April 28. 2022 to correct petition deadline from May ...
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Municipal Planning Commission (MPC)

The Municipal Planning Commission (MPC) a municipal board established by a bylaw that is responsible for reviewing and making decisions on discretionary use development applications, and may also provide advice and input on strategic planning processes. The Municipal Planning Commission is established by Bylaw No. 1993.

MPC Meetings

MPC meetings are held online via Zoom or another online meeting platform, or in the 12 Foot Davis Board Room at the Town Office, typically on a Monday or Tuesday at 4:15 pm, on an as-needed basis (typically the MPC meets between 6 and 12 times per year). MPC meetings are usually confirmed on the Friday prior to the MPC meeting being held on Monday. The MPC may also hold special meetings as needed to accommodate strategic planning processes. The quorum for an MPC meeting is five members.

Please contact Planning & Development at (780) 624-2574 for an updated schedule of meeting dates and times.

General Inquiries Please Contact Us

Susan Martineau, Development Officer
[email protected]
(780) 624-2574


Alisha Mody, Manager of Planning and Development
[email protected]
(780) 624-2574