Planning Documents for the Summer Village of Kapasiwin

The Planning and Development Department understands the values of the community and reflects those values into our plans, policies, and bylaws for the immediate and future development of our Village. Our core mandate is to assist our residents in achieving their development goals and objectives.

The Planning and Development Department is available to discuss your development and building plans. Before beginning any project, there are several steps you will need to take to make sure your new development complies with local bylaws and regulations.

Development Services are governed by provincial legislation, including the Municipal Government Act, Part 17, Planning and Development:, the Subdivision and Development Regulation, and numerous municipal bylaws, plans, and policies.

Statutory Plans
A statutory plan is a legal document that must go through three readings and a public hearing before it is adopted. Once adopted, there are legal obligations for the Municipality and the residents must adhere to the plan.

Non-Statutory Plans
Non-statutory plans are plans or documents passed by resolution. They are often developed to help encourage a certain direction for development or growth in a particular area.


 The Summer Village of Kapasiwin has given 3rd and final reading at March 18-2021 Council Meeting.



The Summer Village of Kapasiwin has been working diligently in preparing a Municipal Development Plan (MDP) as is now a requirement under Section 632(1) of the Municipal Government Act (MGA). The MDP provides citizens information on how the municipality will address the current and future needs of the community, including land use, municipal services, and environmental considerations.

The MDP for the Summer Village of Kapasiwin received first reading on August 19, 2020, second reading on January 28, 2021 and, as per the requirements of the MGA, the Summer Village held a public hearing on the MDP via teleconference on August 26, 2020. The Summer Village of Kapasiwin has given 3rd and final reading at the March 18-2021 Council Meeting.

Land Use Bylaw




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