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The City of Calgary submitted a Notice of Intent to Annex to the Land and Property Rights Tribunal to initiate the process of annexation. The proposed annexation area is approximately 415 acres of land and part of the long-term growth area for Calgary, which is outlined in the 2017 Foothills County – City of Calgary Intermunicipal Development Plan (IDP). The IDP identifies specific areas for future growth for both municipalities and includes policies for annexation.
In June 2022, notification letters about this project were sent to Foothills landowners within and nearby the proposed annexation area.
The first phase of public engagement opened on April 11, 2023, and closed May 11, 2023. An open house at De Winton Community Hall (114 Macleod Trail E, De Winton, AB T0L 0X0) was held on Thursday, April 27 from 4 - 8 pm. A What We Heard Report is currently being developed to report on what was heard from participants during Phase 1 engagement.
Our public feedback opportunity is now closed. Public input for the Foothills Annexation Project was accepted between April 11 - May 11. Below members of the public can still review questions asked in Phase 1 engagement. A report back is anticipated to be posted on this website by the end of June 2023.
We want to hear your thoughts about the opportunities, challenges, and ideas in regard to the land annexation area as they relate to the geography of the area.
On the map below, please add markers within the boundary box for any comments you may have regarding each of the following topics:
ANNEXATION IN A NUTSHELL
The annexation process is provincially legislated under the Municipal Government Act and regulated through the Land and Property Rights Tribunal.
The annexation process involves negotiations between local governments, public engagement with property owners, a formal review by the Land and Property Rights Tribunal, and the Minister of Municipal Affairs. The Minister of Municipal Affairs brings forward the annexation orders to Cabinet. If approved or approved in part, the Lieutenant Governor of Alberta signs the order. Further details about the annexation process can be found on the Land and Property Rights Tribunal website.
The City views the proposed annexation as an opportunity to further explore intermunicipal cooperation and build upon our cooperative working relationship with Foothills County.
In March 2021, Calgary Council directed the City of Calgary to proceed with annexation. This follows a 2018 Notice of Motion requesting that the City of Calgary investigate the potential to annex the proposed land area. These lands have been identified as a City of Calgary growth area in our mutually agreed upon Intermunicipal Development Plan with Foothills County.
The City of Calgary can accommodate these lands into a future urban-scaled development and is able to extend its services into the proposed area. However, further technical studies, like an environmental land assessment, population density analysis and capacity evaluation of the existing infrastructure needs to be conducted. Lands proposed for annexation will be evaluated for their technical and strategic merits and to inform the drafting of an annexation agreement between the municipalities. If the committee is successful in their negotiations, the draft annexation agreement would be forwarded to the respective Councils for consideration.
Annexation can be a misunderstood process. The below list highlights terminology that does not describe the annexation negotiation process.
We’re committed to fully engaging the public and impacted landowners and it’s important for us to maintain clear and transparent communications as we undergo this process. For specific questions about this project, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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