The Subdivision and Development Appeal Board (SDAB) is a quasi-judicial board made up of six citizen representatives and one Council representative. The SDAB handles appeals of the decisions of the Municipal Planning Commission (MPC) or of the approving authority regarding development permit or subdivision applications.
Upcoming appeals for development permit or subdivision applications are brought forward as public hearings.
2934 and 2942 Main Street SE - Tuesday, December 13, 2022 at 6:00 pm.
Appeal against the Development Authority's decision to conditionally approve development permit application no. PL2201575 for a Commercial Development (3 new buildings) and is a Permitted Use in the CS, Service Commercial District. Written submission deadline is on Wednesday, December 7, 2022.
Submit the completed Notice of Appeal(PDF) and the appeal fee by the appeal deadline. Submission instructions are on the Notice of Appeal form.
Your appeal is incomplete until you have paid the appeal fee. You may provide your credit card information to a clerk of the Board, by calling 403.948.8816, or pay in-person at City Hall.
Submit written information before the hearing.
You may send the Board a written statement or evidence. Your written submission must include your address and it must state if you are in favour of or against the appeal. You may submit written evidence by:
• email Appeals@airdrie.ca
• mail 15 East Lake Hill NE, Airdrie, AB, T4A 2K3
• hand delivery to the City Hall drop box
Submissions provided after the set deadline may not be included in the Board's appeal evidence package. This may result in a hearing delay.
You may make a presentation to the Board at an appeal hearing. To do so, please register by email (Appeals@airdrie.ca) or phone 403.948.8816.
You must provide your name and address in your presentation to the Board and state if you want to speak in favour of or against the appeal.
You must also bring 15 paper copies of presentation materials, including digital materials, to the hearing. If you do not, the hearing process may be delayed. In addition to paper copies, you may e-mail the clerk a PowerPoint presentation. USBs are not accepted.
The following resources may be helpful in your appeal
Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy
The personal information included on the Notice of Appeal form, and in any submissions, is collected for the purpose of administering the appeal process and becomes a public document. This personal information is collected under the authority of section 33(c) of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. Questions concerning the collection of this information can be directed to the FOIP Coordinator at 403.948.8816 or by e-mail to email@example.com
Hearings are held on an as required basis and must be held within 30 days of the receipt of an appeal. Hearings are usually one to two hours in length.
Public Attendance at Meetings
Members of the Public can attend in person in Council Chambers or watch the live stream.
Council Appointees: 1
Citizen Members: 6
Mandate: Subdivision and Development Appeal Board Bylaw
Subdivision and Development Appeal Board Bylaw (and 2019 Amendment)
|Name||Position||Term Start||Term End|
|Candice Kolson||Council Member Chair||OCT/27/2021||OCT/24/2022|
|Matthew Nash||Citizen Member Vice-Chair||JAN/1/2016||DEC/31/2022|
|Hank Geddert||Citizen Member||OCT/20/1997||DEC/31/2022|
|James Smith||Citizen Member||JAN/1/2020||DEC/31/2022|
|Jeanne Miller||Citizen Member||JAN/1/2021||DEC/31/2022|
|Kene Ilochonwu||Citizen Member||OCT/27/2021||DEC/31/2022|
|Scott Lamoureux||Citizen Member||JAN/1/2022||DEC/31/2022|