Engineering & Development
NEW! Planning on building something tall? Transport Canada has regulations and requirements on structures (both temporary and permanent) that exceed a certain height. See the Aeronautical Assessment Form (PDF) for Obstruction Marking and Lighting. Please contact Development Services at 780.361.4432 for more information.
The City of Wetaskiwin's Engineering department is responsible for:
- Capital Project Management
- Engineering Design Standards *under review*
- Infrastructure Asset Management
- Engineering Data & Records Management
- Land Development Inspection
Development Services administers the permitting and compliance certificate process, as well as ensures that building and renovation designs meet the quality standards expected in the City of Wetaskiwin.
Please click on the following sections for additional information:
Key Planning Documents
See the Quick Links box to the right for more document options.
Area Structure Plans
An area structure plan is a land use planning document approved by City bylaw that provides a framework for subsequent subdivision and development for larger parcels of undeveloped land. There are several approved area structure plans in place within city limits that are shown on the map with the boundaries around the area.
- Airport ASP (Bylaw 1388-97) (PDF)
- Aspen Ridge ASP (Bylaw 1547-02) (PDF)
- Creeks Crossing ASP (Bylaw 1716-07) (PDF)
- Denham Landing ASP (Bylaw 1603-04) (PDF)
- East Wetaskiwin Residential (PDF)
- North East Wetaskiwin ASP (Bylaw 1815-13) (PDF)
- Parkside South (Bylaw 1658-06) (PDF)
- Simpson Park ASP (Bylaw 2016/04)
- South East Industrial ASP (Bylaw 1835-14) (PDF)
- Walker Farms (Bylaw 1778-11) (PDF)
- Wetaskiwin Common ASP