In 2017, the municipalities of Corman Park, Saskatoon, Martensville, Warman, and Osler came together under the Partnership for Growth (P4G) banner to create a P4G Regional Plan and an integrated planning district to replace the current Corman Park-Saskatoon planning district. By working in partnership on land use, development, and infrastructure, the P4G municipalities are striving to ensure a proactive and coordinated approach to future growth.
We continue to move forward in building the P4G planning district with the development of a draft District Official Community Plan (DOCP). The DOCP is essentially a more detailed version of the Regional Plan. The DOCP will replace the Regional Plan as it becomes the official planning bylaw for the P4G area.
We want to hear from you
Between June 25 and July 10, we are seeking feedback on the draft DOCP from rights-holders, ratepayers, and other stakeholders in the P4G area. This consultation also gives us a chance to provide a refresher on the P4G vision and what a new planning district will mean for you.
Have your say
Because of restrictions on public gatherings due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are unable to hold large in-person public information sessions. Instead, we are using our website to host a virtual consultation and capture your input.
The following resources will give you a better understanding of what the DOCP contains so you can provide informed input.
You can also provide written comments on the draft DOCP to Neal Sarnecki, Director, Saskatoon North Partnership for Growth, at firstname.lastname@example.org or by regular mail:
P4G DOCP Consultation
103 – 202 4th Avenue N
If you would like to speak with Neal or arrange a meeting, please call him at 306-222-9420. You can also contact Neal for issues not addressed in our Frequently Asked Questions.
Next steps in building P4G
After we have received and considered your feedback on the draft DOCP, we will schedule a joint public hearing of the P4G municipal councils by the end of September 2020. Approvals from all five municipal councils and the provincial government are required to finalize the DOCP and establish the P4G planning district. Once a date in September has been confirmed for the public hearing, we will publicize it through local media and partnershipforgrowth.ca.
Later this summer, we will host another virtual engagement to get feedback on a draft P4G District Zoning Bylaw. The draft District Zoning Bylaw will include detailed land use regulations, zoning districts, and development standards for properties in the P4G planning district. Information will be posted at partnershipforgrowth.ca with details on how you can participate; please stay tuned for details. Affected landowners will be notified directly.