Southeast Yankee Valley Boulevard CASP

The City has received an application for the proposed Southeast Yankee Valley Boulevard Community Area Structure Plan.

The proposed CASP provides vision and direction for the future land use, road networks, and servicing strategy of approximately 516 hectares (1276 acres) of land in southeast Airdrie. The plan area is bordered by Yankee Valley Boulevard to the north, the communities of Ravenswood and Lanark to the west, and Rocky View County to the east and south.

The SE Yankee Valley Blvd CASP developers are:


What is a Community Area Structure Plan?

A Community Area Structure Plan (CASP) is a long-term, statutory planning document which City Council adopts to provide direction on the future land use concept, 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 (NSP) may be produced for smaller sections of land within the CASP area. Following the adoption of a NSP, applications for land use zoning, subdivision, and development may commence.

Once this CASP application goes before Council, a copy of Staff Reports and Council Meeting minutes will be available on the Council Agendas, Minutes, Synopses and Video pages.


How can you get involved?

As part of the upcoming planning process, the developers will be hosting a virtual Open House on Thursday, March 4th, 2021 at 6:00 p.m. to solicit feedback from the public on the proposed CASP. To gather a high-level understanding of the issues, ideas, and concerns as the developers work with the City of Airdrie to assemble a vision for the future community, it is important that you take the opportunity to evaluate the proposed land use concept. This will help shape how our community grows. To register for this Open House or find out more about this proposed Plan, please contact the developers at

In addition, a Public Hearing will be held to provide affected stakeholders with an opportunity to provide comments and input to City Council. Please visit this website for further updates as to when the Public Hearing will be scheduled (anticipated in Spring 2021).



Please visit this project webpage throughout the process for further resources and important dates. For further information, please contact the file manager:

Jeff Brunen
Planning & Development
City of Airdrie
403.948.8800 ext. 8446


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