The County will be undergoing a very involving and detailed community engagement process in reviewing their MDP and LUB for updates in 2020. The process is planned over 3 rounds of public engagement starting this coming January.
Round one will see the County hosting four community sessions where all County land and business owners, and community leaders & groups will be invited to participate. This engagement session will be held as a working supper evening with facilitated table sessions where all participants will be asked to review and contribute to planning processes, documents, and land use considerations. Materials developed at these evenings will be compiled, organized, and prepared for presentation during round two.
Round one community sessions will be hosted regionally as below, and participants may attend the session for their area, as defined by the attached map. Invitations will be sent out in December with a required RSVP for caterer planning.
|#1||Monday, January 13||Brownfield Community Hall||5:30 – 9:30 pm For residents north of 599 and east of RR120|
|#2||Tuesday, January 14||Coronation Community Center||5:30 – 9:30 pm For residents south of 599 and east of RR123|
|#3||Wednesday, January 15||Halkirk Community Hall||5:30 – 9:30 pm For residents in Ranges 15 and 16|
|#4||Thursday, January 16||Castor Community Hall||5:30 – 9:30 pm For residents in Ranges 14, 13, and 12 west of RR120/123|
Round two sessions are tentatively planned for late April 2020 and will feature the participants being able to electronically vote for options or directions presented, which will then be moved forward into the draft MDP and LUB updates. Shorter evening sessions are anticipated where refreshments will be available.
Round three will see the prepared drafts of the updated MDP and LUB hosted during open houses around the County, on a drop in basis. The current plan is to have these two documents ready for public review around late September or just prior to Thanksgiving.
The County of Paintearth, along with the Village of Halkirk, are pleased to present a draft version of an Intermunicipal Collaborative Framework for public review. This is a document required by the Province for all municipalities to complete, which identifies the services provided to residents by their respective municipalities. It does not constitute any new arrangements or agreements, but simply identifies how services are delivered and by whom.
Click the folders to view the ICF-Halkirk
The Halkirk, Castor and Coronation Transfer Stations
will be CLOSED
Christmas Day, December 25th, 2019
New Year's Day, January 1st, 2020
The Board of Directors and staff wish everyone a Very Merry Christmas and All the Best in the New Year.