The West Hills Community Area Structure Plan (CASP) is a comprehensive overview of the future land use, transportation and servicing planning framework for 482 acres immediately west of 24th Street, bounded by Buffalo Rub to the north, and Yankee Valley Boulevard to the south.
The West Hills CASP development partners are:
What is a Community Area Structure Plan?
A Community Area Structure Plan (CASP) is a statutory document that Council adopts to provide direction on the future land use, transportation network, infrastructure and servicing concepts for a designated plan area. A CASP is required to follow policy direction outlined in the Airdrie City Plan and the AirdrieONE Sustainability Plan.
Once a CASP is adopted by Council, a Neighbourhood Structure Plan may be produced for smaller sections of land within the CASP plan area. Following the adoption of the NSP, land use (zoning), subdivision and development will occur.
A copy of the September 16, 2019 staff report and Council meeting minutes for the public hearing are available on the Council Agendas, Minutes, Synopses and Videomeeting pages.
Please contact the project lead for more information:
Gail R. Gibeau RPP, MCIP
P: 403.948.8800 ext. 8496
- West Hills CASP complete (pdf)
- West Hills CASP Open House boards (pdf)
- West Hills CASP (pdf)
- Developer Open House Flyer (pdf)
Planning & Development