This confidential survey is being conducted on behalf of the Village of Ryley as the village begins to create a new plan for its future.
Draw Prize: Though this survey is anonymous, there is space at the end to provide your name and contact information. There will be a random draw of completed surveys following the conclusion of the survey. Village staff and council will not get the surveys and will not see the names. We have hired a firm to conduct the survey and provide the village with the results.
Deadline: All surveys must be returned to the village office by December 1.
The Government of Alberta has informed all municipalities that they need to have a Municipal Development Plan (MDP) in place. This is new for the Village of Ryley and it represents a great opportunity for residents to have input and give direction about what our village will look like in 25 years or more.
The MDP will be Ryley’s guiding document for growth. It explains the community’s vision for the future and provides a road map to achieve that vision.
Your input will be used to help determine:
Proposed bylaw to adopt the Equity Industrial Park ASP and proposed bylaws to amend the IDP, MDP, LUB
Proposed Bylaw #18-1063 is a bylaw that proposes to adopt an updated Equity Industrial Park Area Structure Plan (EIP ASP) in Beaver County. The purpose of the EIP ASP is to provide a future vision, development objectives and policy direction to establish the logical expansion of the EIP.
As part of the EIP ASP update process in Beaver County, the County is also amending applicable portions of the Ryley-Beaver Intermunicipal Development Plan (IDP), the County Municipal Development Plan (MDP) and the County Land Use Bylaw (LUB) to ensure alignment. The Municipal Government Act outlines the need for these statutory plans to be consistent with one another.
Beaver County Council has passed 1st reading to these bylaws (#18-1061, #18-1062, #18-1063 and #18-1064). The Village of Ryley Council has passed 1st reading to the same Ryley-Beaver IDP bylaw (#2018-09-24). The proposed amendments to the Ryley-Beaver IDP and MDP include minor text and map amendments to align with the proposed EIP ASP policy areas.
The proposed amendments to the LUB include two (2) new land use districts with new permitted and discretionary uses, text and map amendments to align with the proposed EIP ASP policy areas. The proposed new land use districts are:
The following parcels in the EIP will be rezoned as follows:
RI (Rural Industrial) to IL (Business/Light Industrial):
RI (Rural Industrial) to IM (Medium Industrial):
RI (Rural Industrial) to IE (Low Impact Eco-Friendly Industrial):
LC (Landfill and Composting) to IM (Medium Industrial):
A FULL COPY OF THE COUNTY BYLAWS CAN BE OBTAINED AT THE BEAVER COUNTY SERVICE CENTRE OR AT WWW.BEAVER.AB.CA.
THE VILLAGE OF RYLEY IDP BYLAW CAN BE OBTAINED AT THE VILLAGE OFFICE OR AT WWW.RYLEY.CA.
How do I comment?
Interested stakeholders wishing to comment on the proposed bylaws will have an opportunity to do so at the public hearing, however, it is requested that a copy of the written comments be sent by 4:30 PM on Tuesday, November 6, to Beaver County by email to firstname.lastname@example.org, by fax 780-663-3730, or by mail to Box 140, Ryley, AB or to the Village of Ryley (for IDP only) by email to email@example.com, by fax 780-663-3541 or by mail to Box 230, Ryley, AB, T0B 4A0.
All submissions will be public information, subject to the provisions of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.
For further information, please contact:
Interested stakeholders are invited to hear arguments for and against the proposed bylaws at the public hearing scheduled on:
Tuesday, November 13 at 6:30 PM
Royal Canadian Legion
5121 – 50 Street, Ryley
(across from the County office)
The Village of Ryley Council will be holding a special meeting of Council on June 29, 2018 at 9:30 a.m. at the Village Office.
The purpose of the meeting will be to review the following:
Draft Bylaw 2018-927 Village of Ryley Procedural Bylaw
Draft Bylaw 2018-930 Village of Ryley Code of Conduct Bylaw
Funds available for 2022 applications: To Be Determined
According to the Terms of Reference, the committee members make decisions based on whether the group or activity is a “recreational, leisure, community resource or program” and that it “enhances the overall general well-being of residents”. The next meeting date is to be determined, 6pm at the Ryley Municipal Office. The public is welcome to attend these committee meetings as an observer.
Committee members are: Stan Yuha, Glen Hamilton-Brown, Lyndie Nickel, Lori-Jo Pope, Cyndy Heslin, Mathew Kowalski, and Teagan Murphy. If you have questions, please leave your contact information at the Village office, and a member will respond.
Please find links to committee minutes below and on the front page of the website under Documents to the right.
Committee of the Whole – Tuesday, December 5th starting at 6:45 pm
Regular Council Meeting – Tuesday, December 19th starting at 6:45 pm
Meeting are held at the Ryley Municipal Office, 5005-50 St. Members of the public are welcome to attend.