The municipalities of Corman Park, Saskatoon, Martensville, Warman, and Osler have come together under the Partnership for Growth (P4G) banner to create a new integrated planning district for the region. The P4G planning district will replace the current Corman Park-Saskatoon planning district and expand to include lands around Martensville, Warman and Osler. The first step in building the P4G planning district was the P4G District Official Community Plan (DOCP), which outlines the vision, principles and policies to guide the long-term growth of the district. The bylaw to adopt the P4G DOCP is being considered by the 5 P4G Council’s on September 24, 2020. Click here for more information.
The next step in the process is preparation of a District Zoning Bylaw (DZB) for the P4G planning district. The DZB serves as the means of implementing the policies in the DOCP. Zoning bylaws divide land in a municipality or a planning district into zoning districts and regulates the development and use of land in those zoning districts. The new P4G DZB builds upon the existing RM of Corman Park Zoning Bylaw and the Corman Park-Saskatoon District Zoning Bylaw. In addition to updates to existing regulations, there are proposed new uses, regulations, standards, and criteria. We need you to tell us if we are on the right track.
We want to hear from you
The P4G municipalities are holding a Public Information Session on September 9, 2020 from 2 pm to 7 pm at the Northridge Centennial Community Centre in Martensville – 901 3rd St N, Martensville. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and provincial health guidelines, strict measures will be taken to ensure the safety of attendees.
Alternatively, the session materials have been posted here for those unable to attend in-person. The website engagement is open until September 23, 2020.
Follow the links below to:
For downloaded forms, submit the questionnaire and your comments to Neal Sarnecki, Director, Saskatoon North Partnership for Growth, at email@example.com or by regular mail:
P4G District Zoning Bylaw
c/o RM of Corman Park
111 Pinehouse Drive
The input received from the Public Information Session and online engagement will be reviewed, considered, and where applicable, incorporated into a final proposed P4G District Zoning Bylaw to be considered by the Regional Oversight Committee later this fall.