Master Plan Revision

The Municipality of Chelsea is officially launching the review process of its Master Plan, an official document that allows the Municipality to plan and organize the development of its territory.

You will be asked to share your vision and ideas throughout the process through public consultations, workshops and online questionnaires.

 


A look back at the public consultations

On May 18 and 19, and June 13 and 14, public consultations were held on the revision of the urban plan and its by-laws. This exercise allowed to expose the vision of the municipal council in terms of planning, development, protection and enhancement of the territory as well as the means it intends to put forward in the coming years in order to concretize this vision. This consultation process also allowed the residents present to contribute to this planning document and to share their concerns, needs and expectations for the future of the Municipality.

 

Couldn't be present at one of our public consultations?

The Municipality has made the recording of the June 13 presentation available on the website. In addition, all of the draft by-laws and the explicative document are available in the documents section below, to inform you on the current revision. You will have until July 14th to send us your questions and comments regarding the revision of the by-laws and the urban plan and these will be taken into account by the municipal council during their revision. Send your comments by e-mail to plan@chelsea.ca.

 

Watch the recording

 

The draft Urban Plan was approved by Council on March 28, 2008, following the results of a visioning exercise and extensive public consultations over a two-year period. In addition, on the same date, Council adopted the new draft by-laws on construction, permits and certificates, minor exemptions, the by-law on special building construction, modification or occupancy projects, as well as the first draft of the zoning and subdivision by-laws. A draft Site Planning and Architectural Integration by-law was also adopted at the May meeting.

Council expects to adopt the final versions by the end of the summer of 2022 and submit them to the MRC des Collines-de-l'Outaouais for review this fall.  

 

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