Proposed Development - Paradise Shores RV Resort

Paradise Shores RV Resort

PUBLIC HEARING SET for March 17 at 1:00 PM  -
Stettler Agricultural Society Pavilion
4516 52 Street Stettler, AB (West Entrance)

The Public Hearing for the Paradise Shores RV Resort proposed development will be held on Saturday, March 17, 2018 at 1:00 PM at the Stettler District Agricultural Society Pavilion (Heritage Room) located at 4516-52 Street, Stettler AB (West Entrance).

Council received presentation from the developer, David Hamm of RV Sites Canada at their Regular Council Meeting on February 14, 2018. Council gave first reading to Bylaws 1588-18 Area Structure Plan and 1589-18 Rezoning.To clarify, First Reading does not represent approval, or disapproval of a proposed bylaw. It is a formality which enables Council to open an item up for discussion.

The second step is the Public Hearing. Any and all citizens may attend the Public Hearing on March 17 at 1 PM at Stettler Ag Society Pavilion.

If you have already sent a submission to jvanderbank@stettlercounty.ca, it will be included in the information provided to Council for the Public Hearing. You may still submit comments/input to jvanderbank@stettlercounty.ca, until Noon on Friday, March 16, 2018.

You may watch the developers presentation on our You Tube Channel,

The Public Hearing will be advertised in the Stettler Independent in the March 1 and
March 8, 2018 issues. Adjacent landowners will be notified.

RV Canada made their first public presentation to County of Stettler Council on Wednesday, February 14 at 10:30 AM at the County of Stettler Administration Building, You may view their presentation on our You Tube Channel.

Paradise Shores Development Permit Application

Paradise Shores Area Structure Plan

Council meetings are open to the public, but no public presentations will be entertained at the developers presentation on February 14, 2018. Public presentation will be accepted the Public Hearing, on March 17, 2018. Citizens may also watch Council meetings LIVE on our Stettler County You Tube feed. All of our Council meetings are recorded and the public can watch recorded meetings on our You Tube channel at any time.