Government Relations Committee
The Government Relations Committee leads the Association's relationship with regional municipal political leadership and Administration, with the intent to influence municipal policy and regulations.
2022 initiatives include:
- City Plan
- Zoning Bylaw Renewal
- District Planning
- City Planning Framework
- Community Energy Transition Strategy & Action Plan
- Permitting and Licensing Process Improvements
- Off-site Levies
Are you interested in getting more involved with CHBA-ER? We are looking for member volunteers to participate on the following Working Groups:
- Zoning Bylaw Renewal – Assist in providing feedback on the City of Edmonton’s new Zoning Bylaw.
- Permit and Licensing Improvements – Work with the City of Edmonton and fellow CHBA-ER members to improve the permit and licensing processes.
If you would like to participate in any of the above Working Groups, please contact Darbi Kinnee.
Read below for more information on current and ongoing initiatives:
City of Edmonton - Zoning Bylaw Renewal Draft Zones Released - The City of Edmonton's draft Zoning Bylaw and “Know Your Zone” Rezoning Map are now available to review here. Association staff and volunteers will be hard at work reviewing and preparing to provide feedback on this important and transformative initiative. Curious to find out more about the Zoning Bylaw Renewal Initiative? Watch this video.
City of Edmonton District Planning: Upcoming Engagement - The City is in the process of creating a series 15-minute districts that will guide the way for future city building. Visit edmonton.ca/districtplans before October 15 to view the 15 draft district plans and provide feedback through an online survey. Each district plan includes a series of maps and may contain specific policy necessary to guide land use, mobility and open space in a district. Not sure which district a certain neighbourhood is in? Use these maps.
If you have questions about any of these initiatives, please contact Darbi Kinnee.