Municipal Development Plan

Help Shape the Future of Fort Saskatchewan!

The City of Fort Saskatchewan is currently developing a new Municipal Development Plan (MDP). The MDP is an important planning and decision-making tool that provides strategies and policies to inform the work of City staff (like planners, engineers, and parks folks). The Plan guides how the City will look and feel as we welcome another 25,000 residents.

MDP Draft Policies Engagement

Within the MDP, the policy is structured around the following six sections:

  • Mobility
  • Natural Systems & Green Infrastructure
  • Neighbourhoods
  • City-Wide Policy
  • Infrastructure
  • Economic Development

The Mobility and Natural Systems & Green Infrastructure policies and the Neighbourhoods policy have been the first to be drafted. The final stage  includes City-Wide policies, Economic Development and Infrastructure directions.

Focus groups

Focus groups are cancelled until further notice

We are hosting focus groups so our community can provide a comprehensive understanding of how well proposed policies fit with the Community Direction Statement and Pillars, as well as how well they will fulfill their objective. These sessions will allow for a dialogue to help shape policy into the best fit for our community. We will also collect online feedback to build on the understanding provided through the dialogue in our focus groups. These engagements will take place in phases so you can attend for your areas of interest in digestible sessions.

Find out more information and sign up for an MDP Focus Group

MDP Stages Infograph

If you would like to be contacted to participate in future MDP engagement opportunities, please fill out the MDP Signup form.

MDP updates will be available on this page throughout the process. Thank you to everyone who participated and provided their input.

Related resources

Current MDP

My Fort. My City. My Say. What we heard report

My Fort. My City. My Say. Stage 2 Report

My Fort. My City. My Say. Stage 1 Report

Vibrant Downtown Summary Report