Annual Reports

Annual reports provide an overview of the Town's key initiatives, accomplishments and activities for the previous year and include audited financial statements.

 

Area Redevelopment Plans

Area redevelopment plans (ARPs) guide the redevelopment of specific areas.

We are creating an area redevelopment plan called the Old Town Community Plan (OTCP). The OTCP will create a long-term vision for Stony Plain's “Old Town” and surrounding areas. For more information, please visit the Old Town Community Plan website.

Area Structure Plans

Area structure plans (ASPs) provide the framework for developing and servicing new areas of the Town. Council adopts ASPs before redistricting or subdividing land in newly developing areas. We require a public hearing for ASPs before the plan is brought to Council.

ASPs must include:

  • The sequence of development proposed for the area;
  • Proposed land uses;
  • Proposed population density;
  • The general location of major transportation routes and public utilities; and
  • All other matters considered necessary by Council.

ASPs commonly include:

  • Background information - location, ownership, and physical site conditions;
  • Contextual information - relevant statutory plans, development history, and adjacent land uses and densities;
  • A vision and concept plan;
  • Land use statistics including dwelling estimates;
  • Transportation networks;
  • An open space plan;
  • Utilities and services for water, sanitary, and stormwater; and
  • Development staging.

For more information, please see the Application and Guidelines for Area Structure Plans.

To view all approved area structure plans, please see the Area Structure Plans map.

Approved Area Structure Plans 
 
Aspen Meadows 
Aspen Meadows (Bylaw 2357)
Border

Border (Bylaw 2263)

Border Amendment (Bylaw 2579)

Country Plains Estates
Country Plains Estates (Bylaw 2034)
Deerfield 
Deerfield (Bylaw 870)
East Boundary
East Boundary (Bylaw 2541)
Edgeland Park

Edgeland Park (Bylaw 2327)

Edgeland Park Amendment (Bylaw 2540)

Fairways North 
Fairways North (Bylaw 2477)
Genesis on the Lakes 

Genesis on the Lakes (Bylaw 2258)

Genesis on the Lakes Amendment (Bylaw 2364)

Goertz Business Park
Goertz Business Park (Bylaw 2315)
Graybriar

Graybriar (Bylaw 2099)

Graybriar Amendment (Bylaw 2198)

Lake Westerra Estates 

Lake Westerra Estates (Bylaw 2185)

Lake Westerra Estates Amendment (Bylaw 2290)

Meridian Cove
Meridian Cove (Bylaw 2261)
North Industrial
North Industrial (Bylaw 2309)
Northwest Industrial 

Northwest Industrial (Bylaw 791)

Northwest Industrial (Meridian Meadows) Amendment (Bylaw 1081)

Parkland Gateway 
Parkland Gateway (Bylaw 2542)
South Business Park 

South Business Park (Bylaw 1173)

South Business Park (Sun Meadows) Amendment (Bylaw 2491)

South Business Park Amendment (Bylaw 2058)

South Business Park Amendment (Bylaw 2064)

South Business Park Amendment (Bylaw 2155)

South Business Park Amendment (Bylaw 2209)

South Business Park Amendment (Bylaw 2268)

South Business Park Amendment (Bylaw 2272)

South Business Park Amendment (Bylaw 2455)

South Creek 
South Creek (Bylaw 2275)
Southeast

Southeast (Bylaw 865)

Southeast (High Park) Amendment (Bylaw 991)

Southeast (High Park) Amendment (Bylaw 998)

Southeast (High Park) Amendment (Bylaw 1023)

Southeast (High Park) Amendment (Bylaw 1031)

Southeast (High Park) Amendment (Bylaw 1095)

Southeast (High Park) Amendment (Bylaw 1178)

Southeast (High Park) Amendment (Bylaw 2037)

Southeast (Home Acres) Amendment (Bylaw 2399)

Southeast (Sommerville) Amendment (Bylaw 2345)

Southeast (Sommerville) Amendment (Bylaw 2519)

The Brickyard at Old Town
The Brickyard at Old Town (Bylaw 2521)
Willow Park

Willow Park (Bylaw 2105)

Willow Park Amendment (Bylaw 2125)

Willow Park Amendment (Bylaw 2257)

Willow Park Amendment (Bylaw 2278)

Willow Park Amendment (Bylaw 2350)

Willow Park Amendment (Bylaw 2557)

Census Information

The current population of the Town of Stony Plain is 17,189. We record the number of people living in our community through a yearly census so that we can make decisions about our needs. The Federal Government also gives funding based on our population. Commercial businesses or manufacturers use this information to decide if Stony Plain is a good investment opportunity.

Current census results

Past census results

[TABLE CAPTION: Our population over the years]

Year

Population

Source

2015

16,127

Municipal

2011

15,051

Federal

2010

14,177

Municipal

2008

11,322*

Municipal

2006

12,363

Federal

2003

10,554

Municipal

2001

9,589

Federal

1996

8,274

Federal

1993

7,405

Municipal

1991

7,226

Federal

1990

6,689

Municipal

1989

6,427

Municipal

We used the 2008 Municipal Census for demographic and reference purposes only. The unofficial population was estimated at 11,322.

Corporate Plan

The Corporate Plan is the implementation document that institutes the services, processes and capital projects to achieve the outcomes indicated in Council's Strategic Plan. It is based upon the principles of the Municipal Development Plan.

Cultural and Tourism Development Status Report

This report tracks progress toward the vision and goals identified in the Cultural Master Plan and look forward to what's upcoming in the following year.

 

FCSS Reports

Stony Plain Family and Community Support Services (FCSS) is a partnership between the Town of Stony Plain, Parkland County and the Government of Alberta. The mandate of FCSS is to provide locally-driven, preventative, social initiatives to enhance the well-being of individuals, families and the community.

Financial Reports

Audited Financial Statements

Current Year

Prior Years

GFOA Financial Reporting Award

GFOA International (Government Financial Officers Association) has awarded us the Canadian Award for Financial Reporting.

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Municipal Development Plan

Uniquely Stony Plain Municipal Development Plan (MDP) guides community development for the next 20-30 years. The MDP provides a vision to ensure sustainable growth and balance land use priorities with environmental, social, economic, infrastructure, and governance considerations. The MDP is an important decision-making tool for residents, property owners, administration, and Council.

Poverty Reduction Study

Stony Plain's Five-Year Plan to Reduce Poverty and Homelessness:

  • Put a face to poverty and homelessness in order to form a clear and common understanding of the issue, and
  • Develop and implement a formal community response strategy based on those findings in order to address and reduce the problem in an effective and sustainable way.

For more information, visit stonyplainfcss.com

Parks and Open Space Master Plan

The Parks and Open Space Master Plan guides the acquisition, development, and management of parks, open spaces, and outdoor recreation amenities in the community for the next 10 years.

Quarterly Reports

This detailed report on projects and initiatives is presented to Council.

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2014

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Strategic Plan

The Strategic Plan provides a framework to guide Council in their decision making process and outlines priorities in the five foundations of the Town of Stony Plain's planning considerations: Governance and Partners; Economic Opportunity; Supportive Infrastructure; Community Development; and Environmental Responsibility.

Trails Master Plan

The Trails Master Plan provides an interconnected trail system to serve existing and newly developing areas. The plan promotes trail development, providing recreational opportunities to improve health and wellness and increase the quality of life for residents.

Transportation Study

The Transportation Study (2011) plans for strategic growth in the Town. It considers existing travel patterns, anticipated traffic volumes and employment forecasts to determine a short and long term road network required to accommodate expected growth.

Tri Region Indoor Facility Study

The Tri Region Indoor Facility Study is a framework for regional collaboration and will guide decisions regarding the development and enhancement of indoor recreation facilities in the Tri-Region over the next 10 years.

Utilities Master Plan

The Utilities Master Plan provides information on water, sewer and stormwater management infrastructure to identify when improvements are required to maintain service levels for the Town. This information is required to determine future upgrades and expansion of underground services.

Statutory plans

Statutory plans are legal documents that the municipality, residents, and developers must follow. These plans are required through the Municipal Government Act and must be approved by Council.

The Town of Stony Plain's statutory plans include:

  • Area Structure Plans
  • Area Redevelopment Plans
  • Municipal Development Plan

Non-statutory plans and projects

Non-statutory plans encourage the direction of development in particular areas.

The Town of Stony Plain's non-statutory plans and projects include the:

  • Parks and Open Space Master Plan
  • Trails Master Plan
  • Transportation Study
  • Utilities Master Plan