Public Announcements


Amendment to add a site-specific exception in the Light Industrial District (I1) to allow as a Discretionary Use, a Place of Worship, on Lot 12, Block 3, Plan 1720620 (4013 53 Avenue).

Notice is hereby given that the Council of the City of Lacombe has given first reading to Bylaw 400.46 to amend Land Use Bylaw 400. If approved, the bylaw will allow as a Discretionary Use, a Place of Worship (church) at 8-4013 53 Avenue, legally described as Lot 12, Block 3, Plan 1720620, in the Light Industrial District (I1). The subject site is outlined in the dashed line on the map below.

for 400.46

Where do I get more information?

A copy of the bylaw may be viewed online. The City’s Land Use Bylaw is also available on the website and at City Hall in the Planning and Development Department at City Hall during regular business hours.

When is the Public Hearing?

The Council of the City of Lacombe will be holding a Public Hearing on Monday, June 12th, 2023 at 6:00 p.m. This meeting will allow for in-person attendance at City Hall 5432-56th Avenue and will accommodate online viewing.

How do I get involved?

The Public Hearing will occur in person at City Hall and be live-streamed on the City’s YouTube channel. You can view it at

Any person or group wishing to express their views on the proposed amendment may send in comments in the following ways:

   (a)   Emailing comments to no later than 11:00 a.m. on Monday, June 5th, 2023; 

   (b)   Registering to speak to Council via telephone/internet or in person during the Public Hearing by contacting Denise Bellabono, Legislative Coordinator, at or 403-782-1287 no later than 11:00 a.m. on Monday, June 12th, 2023. 

All written submissions will be submitted to Council at the Public Hearing. Written letters or emails regarding this amendment are to:

   (a)   Contain the names and addresses of all persons making the presentation, and

   (b)   State the name and address of all persons authorized to represent a group of persons or the public at large.

Submissions from members of public normally include information such as name, address, phone numbers, and possibly opinions and other personal information.

Submissions received from members of public will appear in the published Council Agenda in the same format that they are received by the Clerk and personal information will not be removed from the submission.

All materials submitted for Council consideration at the Public Hearing must form part of the public record and will be available for public viewing.

All Council or Committee Meeting proceedings are live streamed, video recorded, names recorded in the written minutes and published on the internet (Meetings & Agendas).

For additional information or questions regarding this please contact