Land Use Bylaws

Land Use Bylaw

The M.D. of Taber Land Use Bylaw No. 1722 regulates the use and development of all land within the municipality.  Every municipality is required to adopt a land use bylaw.  Among other things, the M.D. of Taber Land Use Bylaw divides the municipality into land use districts (zones) and establishes the permitted, discretionary and prohibited uses within each zone; prescribes the general and specific standards of development; defines the process for submitting subdivision and development applications, making decision issuing development permits and enforcing the bylaw.    

If you are thinking of undertaking a subdivision or development within the M.D. of Taber, it is recommended that you contact the M.D. of Taber office to discuss your proposal in advance of submitting an application.

Click here for the M.D. of Taber Land Use Bylaw.

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