Land Use Bylaw Review

The City of Red Deer is embarking on a review of Red Deer’s Land Use Bylaw. The primary intent of the project will be to review the fundamentals and regulations of the Land Use Bylaw, endeavouring to increase flexibility and adaptability by reducing regulations where they are not necessary. Equally important, we will be improving the document’s usability and reviewing the related processes to improve the customer experience.


This project is expected to take approximately 18 months to complete, due to the complexity of the document and the desire to incorporate internal and external feedback.

Project Philosophy and Framework

Land Use Bylaw Review - Project Philosophy and Framework (pdf)

Project Updates

Check this page for regular updates throughout the project. If you would like to receive these updates directly, please contact David Girardin to be added to our mailing list.

Provide Feedback

We welcome comments related to the Land Use Bylaw review at any time throughout the project. Please send your feedback to David Girardin, Major Projects Planner at or complete the short survey linked below.

Fill out the survey

For more information, please contact:

David Girardin RPP, MCIP
Major Projects Planner
City Planning & Growth
The City of Red Deer