The City of Calgary Land Use Bylaw 1P2007
A BYLAW TO REGULATE THE DEVELOPMENT AND USE OF LAND IN THE CITY OF CALGARY
WHEREAS the Municipal Government Act requires every municipality to pass a land use bylaw which may prohibit, regulate and control the use and development of land and buildings in a municipality;
AND WHEREAS Council has held a public hearing in accordance with the requirements of the Municipal Government Act;
NOW THEREFORE THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CALGARY ENACTS AS FOLLOWS:
PART 1: INTERPRETATION OF THIS BYLAW
Division 1: General Interpretation
Repeal of Bylaw 2P80 and Coming into Force of Bylaw 1P2007
3 Notwithstanding (2) above, the Municipal District of Rocky View No. 44 Land Use Bylaw, Bylaw C-4841-97, will apply to applications for a development permit received prior to June 1, 2008 and which are located in the lands annexed from the Municipal District of Rocky View No. 44 to the City of Calgary as described in Appendix A of Order in Council 333/2007.
3 This Bylaw includes the:
Land Use Districts and Land Use District Maps
4 1 The City is divided into land use districts, the boundaries of which are shown on the Land Use District Maps.
Interpreting the Land Use District Maps
2 Concurrent with the closure of a road, Council must consider a corresponding land use redesignation.
Requirements of Other Legislation
2 The Gaming, Liquor And Cannabis Regulation has established distances from certain buildings and land from which Cannabis Stores must be separated, and also authorized municipalities to expressly vary these distances. The distances in the regulation apply to Cannabis Stores unless otherwise expressly varied in this Bylaw. The following distances in the regulation are hereby expressly varied:
a the distance from a Cannabis Store to a building containing a School – Private or School Authority – School, or a boundary of a parcel of land on which the building is located, as described in sections 160.3(i) and 40(k) of this Bylaw; and
b the distance from a Cannabis Store to a boundary of a parcel of land that is designated as school reserve or municipal and school reserve under the Municipal Government Act, as described in sections 160.3(h) and 36(2) of this Bylaw; and
c there is no required separation distance from a Cannabis Store or a Cannabis Facility to a building containing a Child Care Service, whether or not such Child Care Service includes early childhood services.
Forms of Words
8 In this Bylaw:
2 The purpose statement relating to signs referenced in Part 3, Division 5 are included to illustrate the hierarchy of signs and the opportunity for signage on buildings and parcels.
Validity of Provision
11 Every provision of this Bylaw is independent of all other provisions, and if any provision of this Bylaw is declared invalid, for any reason, by a Court of competent jurisdiction, all other provisions of this Bylaw shall remain valid.
12 Only for the purpose of confirming compliance with this Bylaw in terms of building placement on a parcel and building projection over setback areas, measurements of existing buildings shall be rounded off to the same number of significant figures as set out in this Bylaw.