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Notice of Public Hearing

Bylaw 393 – Land Use Bylaw Amending Bylaw – Schedule F – Wild Fire
Risk Zones

Date of Hearing: Monday, April 23, 2018
Place of Hearing: Banff Town Hall, Council Chamber, 110 Bear Street, Banff
Time of Hearing: 2 p.m.

Proposed Change
The purpose of proposed Bylaw 393 is to amend the Town of Banff Land Use Bylaw Schedule “F” – Wild Fire Risk Zones.  The map establishes fire hazard areas on a three level scale from Zone 1 – High Risk; Zone 2 – Moderate (or Medium) Risk and Zone 3 – Low Risk. These zones are established to ensure that development takes place in a manner that considers wildfire interface risk to person and property, and seeks to mitigate that risk through design management and recommended planting regimes.

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Submitting Your Comments
A Public Hearing provides the opportunity for anyone affected by a proposed bylaw to provide feedback to Council. Any member of the public may submit comments to Council at the public hearing, either in writing, in person or both.

Speak at the Meeting
To register in advance to speak, call 403.762.1209.  People who have registered in advance are heard first. At the meeting, you will have the option of having your name added to the list of speakers. Presentation time is limited to five minutes for each speaker.

Provide Written Comments
Digital written submissions are encouraged. Written submission received by 12 noon on Tuesday, April 17, 2018 will be included in the agenda package for the meeting. Written submissions received after this date but before the close of the public hearing will be provided to council at the public hearing. Written comments may be submitted by:

Email:

In Person: Banff Town Hall, 110 Bear Street
Mail: Box 1260, Banff AB, T1L 1A1

Please note that any written submission provided to council for their consideration at Public Hearings are added in their entirety to the agenda, which is made available to the public and posted on the Town’s website. Personal information should be limited.