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Resident Participation & Input

1. Land Use Bylaw

Mountain View County Council periodically reviews the Land Use Bylaw every two to three years to ensure its relevance and alignment with residents’ and businesses’ needs. Three open houses; two in 2023 and the third on January 8, 2024, have been conducted. If you missed these events, you can still provide feedback by visiting the county website, where proposed changes and related information are available. Please stay tuned for details on future public hearings and for any suggestions, contact county administration or your local area councillor. 

For more information on the Land Use Bylaw, please visit: Mountain View County - Land Use Bylaw

For more related questions, please call Planning & Development Services at: 403-335-3311 or email:

2. Flood Hazard Areas

On July 14, 2021, Mountain View County Council deferred amendments to address Flood Hazard Areas in the Municipal Development Plan and Land Use Bylaw.

For more information call Planning & Development Services at: 403-335-3311 or email:

3. Upper Red Deer River Flood Study


  • The County has included this due to its importance to the residents in the affected portion of the County.
  • This information is being produced by Alberta Environment and Parks regarding the flood inundation maps that support local emergency response.
  • Future engagements will be on the flood hazard maps that define the floodways.

For a history of updates and a listing of the Study Update Notices, please visit our Government Information Page

The Government of Alberta social media channels with posts about this engagement opportunity:

To view upcoming public hearings for land-use redesignations please visit: Land Use Public Hearings

Questions, concerns about the Statutory Public Hearing Process? Call the County office at 403-335-3311 and ask for Planning & Development Services, or email

When the Provincial Government updated the Municipal Government Act in 2017 it became a requirement that municipalities implement a Public Participation Policy that outlined how municipalities would inform and - where required - actively engage their public.

On June 13, 2018, Mountain View County Council approved Policy #1030 Public Participation.