Open Houses

The City of Red Deer holds Open Houses and Public Meetings to solicit feedback on a number of subjects.

If there is an upcoming Open House or Public Meeting it will be listed below. Please check back regularly as new events are added as the need for them arises.

Woodlea Character Statements Open House

View the Woodlea Open House Display Boards (pdf)  to view the information that was presented at the October 25, 2017 Open House.


If you are a landowner or resident of Woodlea, you have until Tuesday, November 7, 2017 to provide us feedback. Share your thoughts in one of these ways:

Any submitted comments will be considered as The City makes final revisions to the Woodlea Character Statments.

A full copy of the draft Woodlea Character Statements can be viewed Updated Draft Woodlea Character Statements June 2017 (pdf) .

Please continue to check this webpage for future updates including City Council dates and revisions to Woodlea Character Statements.

View all previous material from December 2016 - October 2017.

Virtual Open House - Coventry NASP and East Hill MASP

The City of Red Deer is seeking public comments on the proposed Coventry Neighbourhood Area Structure Plan (SE35-38-27 W4M) and the proposed amendment to the East Hill Major Area Structure plan to incorporate the Clover Valley Multi-Neighbourhood Plan (35-38-27 W4M).

Discussion Paper - Clover Valley MNP and Coventry NASP (pdf)

Coventry NASP

The Coventry NASP (pdf)  provides a detailed level of planning information, including future land uses, road and lane configurations, community trails and parks, utility infrastructure, storm water management facilities, and residential density.

The Coventry Neighbourhood Area Structure Plan (“NASP”) provides a comprehensive land use rationale, based on guiding policy including but not limited to existing statutory plans, Council Policy, Neighbourhood Planning and Design Standards, East Hill Major Area Structure Plan, and the Municipal Development Plan (MDP). Section 633(2) of the MGA states that an Area Structure Plan:

  • must describe:
    • the sequence of development proposed for the area,
    • the land uses proposed for the area, either generally or with respect to specific parts of the area,
    • the density of population proposed for the area either generally or with respect to specific parts of the area, and
    • the general location of major transportation routes and public utilities, and
    • may contain any other matters the council considers necessary.

Coventry NASP (pdf)
Map of Coventry Land Use Concept

Clover Valley MNP

The Clover Valley Multi Neighbourhood Plan (pdf)  is proposed to be amended into the East Hill Major Area Structure Plan. A multi-neighbourhood plan is high level conceptual planning concept that guides future development for multiple quarter sections of land (i.e. ±259 hectare/±640 acre). The multi-neighbourhood plan provides details on how the Neighbourhood Design Principles can be achieved as well as outlines arterial and collector road pattern and broad land uses, including environmental and open space areas. 

In 2014, landowners worked together to create a multi-neighbourhood plan for Section 35-38-27-W4M. Section 35 is located in northeast Red Deer and is bound by the city limits on the north and east. It is bordered by Range Road 272 (future 30 Avenue) to the west, Range Road 271 to the east, and Township Road 390 to the north. The future Northlands Drive will run along the south of the plan boundary.  

Clover Valley Multi Neighbourhood Plan (pdf)
vision of Clover Valley multi neighbourhood plan


Please use the Comment Sheet (pdf)  if you would like to provide comments. Comments may be submitted using the following options:

  • By Mail: City of Red Deer Planning Department, Box 5008, Red Deer, Alberta, T4N 3T4; or
  • Drop off comments at the Planning Department on the 3rd floor of City Hall at 4914 – 48 Avenue; or
  • Fax comments to the Planning Department at 403‐342‐8200; or
  • Email to

Comments will be accepted by the Planning Department until July 12, 2017. All feedback received from the open house will be incorporated into a report provided to the Municipal Planning Commission (MPC) and to Council, in their consideration of this plan for approval. 

If you have questions or would like to discuss the proposed plan and amendment please contact: 

David Girardin, Senior Planner