Public hearings and notices on planning-related items are governed under Part 17 of the Municipal Government Act.
City Council, or a delegated authority of Council, makes the decisions on planning proposals. The City is required by provincial law to notify the people who live or own land near a project of upcoming public hearings or, of certain decisions by the City related to that project.
NEW START TIME FOR PUBLIC HEARINGS: Effective June 5, 2023.
Public hearings occur at 1 p.m. during a Council meeting.
There are several ways to participate:
Your participation is public.
Personal information contained in a written submission is collected under section 33(c) of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act for the purpose of public participation in the City of Airdrie’s decision-making process. Written submissions may be made available to the public prior to or at the public hearing in accordance with section 40(1)(c) of the FOIP Act.
Your name, street address, and any opinions provided in your written submission may form part of the public record. Your personal contact information, including your phone number and email address, will be redacted prior to making your written submission available to the public.
As Council meetings including public hearings, are recorded, your participation virtually or in-person will be viewable by the public.
If you have questions regarding the collection or release of this information, please contact the City Clerk or Assistant City Clerk at (403) 948-8816.