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RFD- 3673 Bylaws   Item #   9. a.    
Regular Council Meeting Agenda
Meeting Date: 08/12/2019  
Title:    C-1080-19 - Second and Third Reading - Land Use Bylaw Amendment - 17 Golden Spike Road - Levasseur
Department: Planning & Infrastructure  
Strategic Vision Element: This topic relates to all three of the City’s strategic vision elements contained in Council’s Strategic Plan Related Goal: n/a

Information
Request for Decision Summary
This Request for Decision seeks Council’s second and third reading of Bylaw C-1080-19 for a Land Use Bylaw amendment proposing to redistrict land within the East Campsite Business Park Area Structure Plan from UR - Urban Reserve District to M1 – General Industrial District.  This amendment would allow for future subdivision and development of general industrial land uses.

Administration supports this proposed bylaw amendment. 

Proposed Motion
That second reading be given to Bylaw C-1080-19 - Land Use Bylaw Amendment - Redistricting – 17 Golden Spike Road.
 
That third reading be given to Bylaw C-1080-19 - Land Use Bylaw Amendment - Redistricting – 17 Golden Spike Road.
Background/Analysis
Tri-F Consulting Inc., on the landowner's behalf, has made a Land Use Bylaw Amendment application for lands within the East Campsite Business Park Area Structure Plan.  The proposal is to redistrict Lot 1, Plan 002 0866 from UR - Urban Reserve District to M1 – General Industrial District.  This redistricting would prepare 6.25 ha for future subdivision for industrial land uses.  A condominium plan is preliminarily intended for subdivision, and the landowner has verified with City Engineering that the lands have clear and feasible servicing options.  

Area Structure Plan (ASP) - The East Campsite Business Park ASP Bylaw C-634-06, on Figure 5 – Land Use Concept, defines the intended future land use for the subject lands as “industrial". This proposed Bylaw amendment to a general industrial district is consistent with the ASP's land use intent.

Land Use Bylaw - All subject lands are currently districted UR – Urban Reserve in Land Use Bylaw (C-824-12), and a reclassification to appropriate land use districts is normally required prior to subdivision and development.  The proposed M1 – General Industrial District provides for industrial uses that do not cause objectionable or dangerous conditions beyond a site boundary.   As the subject land is for industrial land use that may be feasibly serviced, a redistricting may be considered for third reading prior to a development agreement being signed per City Policy No. 7,005 Information Requirements for Redistricting Bylaws.   
Options/Alternatives
n/a
Consultation/Engagement
The proposed amendment has been circulated internally for the comments of other municipal departments, and no objections to the redistricting were received.  

A statutory public hearing advertised per the requirements of the Municipal Government Act was held on August 12, 2019, prior to second reading of this Bylaw C-1080-19. 
Implementation/Communication
If this proposed Bylaw is passed the City of Spruce Grove Land Use Bylaw Map would be updated to reflect the M1 - General Industrial District. 
Impacts
This change to the site's land use districting would allow the landowner to pursue a future subdivision and industrial development on the subject lands. 
Attachments
Bylaw C-1080-19
Location Plan Aerial
ASP Overview
Presentation

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