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Today only! Entry deadline & sneak a peek at the dream home!

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Tonight!  That’s when we’re cutting off entries for our Previous Supporter cash prize draws.  Right now, you still have a chance to win in 5 draws for $1,000 each.  Buy your tickets before 11:59pm for your chance in the previous supporter draws, and don’t forget you’ll also be entered in our $20,000 Early Bird and $10,000 Second Chance Early Bird!
PREVIOUS SUPPORTER DRAWS: 5 PRIZES OF $1000 CASH!

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TONIGHT!  6PM – 8PM |

16 Emmett Crescent, Red Deer

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Thank you so much for your support, and best of luck in the draws. 
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Red Deer Hospital Lottery – Second Chance Early Bird Prize!!!

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When we said there were prizes worth 1.29 million dollars to be won, we weren’t kidding – your chances to win just keep stacking up!

Buy your Red Deer Hospital Lottery tickets before May 27th and you could win our SECOND CHANCE EARLY BIRD PRIZE OF $10,000 CASH!

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And don’t forget, you could win our Grand Prize Dream Home package valued at $1,072,624.00, including furnishings and accessories from Urban Barn. Or maybe you’ll take away the Tree Hugger Tiny Home valued at $163,798.00!   

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City of Red Deer

City Council paving the way for more house suites, backyard suites, tiny homes, and duplexes

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Council adopts new Zoning Bylaw

At Monday’s regular City Council meeting, City Council passed second and third reading of the Zoning Bylaw 3357/2024, replacing the former Land Use Bylaw.

The goal of the Zoning Bylaw is to reduce red tape, permit more uses in each zone and improve ease and understanding of the document. Notable updates include:

  • Reduction from 11 residential districts to 9 zones
  • Reduction from 7 commercial districts to 6 zones
  • Reduction from 5 industrial districts to 3 zones
  • More permitted uses in each zone
  • More gentle density options to provide increased housing options, including house suites, backyard suites, tiny homes, and duplexes
  • Increased building heights to 12.5m that considers sightlines and privacy of existing dwellings
  • Greater flexibility for development applications
  • Expanded definitions
  • Reduction of duplex side yards, removal of side yard setbacks on corner lots, and reduced frontage in residential narrow lots to improve competitiveness
  • New regulations to gently transition existing neighbourhoods to maintain character

Following adoption of the Zoning Bylaw, the following amendments were made by City Council.

Proposed Amendment Public Hearing Date 
Increase suites from 15% to 25% of the houses in a neighbourhood.   June 24, 2024
Allow commercial uses on the main floor of R-H Residential High Density.   June 24, 2024
Correct errors in the PS Public Service Zone use list: (*Recommended) a) Gaming and Gambling Establishment (Only at the Westerner) b) Education Primary & Secondary – Add to discretionary use list   May 27, 2024
Returning the Cannabis Retail Sales setbacks to be consistent with the current Land Use Bylaw 3357/2006   May 27, 2024

“The new Zoning Bylaw incorporates years of public feedback and best practices to make a Zoning Bylaw that will result in more housing options, easier development, and ultimately will improve our competitiveness,” said David Girardin, Major Projects Planner. “With the approval of the Zoning Bylaw today, we are not finished our community engagement as there will be future public hearings on potential amendments in the coming weeks, as well as more formal public participation for each additional phase of the Zoning Bylaw.”

The Zoning Bylaw will come into effect in 30 days. Public participation for phase two of the Zoning Bylaw will begin later this year. For more information, visit engage.reddeer.ca.

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