Recent Events

Phase 4 of the Omni Area Structure Plan is currently underway. An open house was held on March 2, 2017. In May/June 2017, a draft plan, technical studies and a summary of public feedback received will be posted on this page. Sign up for our email list below to be notified when updates become available.

You can view the information boards presented at the open house here:

Purpose

The purpose of the Omni Area Structure Plan (ASP) is to guide future development by establishing appropriate land uses and a phasing plan for development. The Omni ASP, if approved, will provide a vision for the area that identifies appropriate land uses and servicing strategies, in accordance with the policies of the Rocky View County Plan and Rocky View County/City of Calgary Intermunicipal Development Plan.

Background

This will be a developer-funded Area Structure Plan, which will support the County Plan’s vision for highway business development on the subject lands. The project boundary will cover two sections: 18 & 19-25-28-W4M or ± 518 hectares (± 1280 acres) of land; bounded by Highway 564 to the north, Township Road 252 to the south, 84th street and the City of Calgary to the west and Range Road 285 to the east.

There are several background documents that will inform the Omni ASP review process. Links to these documents are provided below:

Planning Process

The Plan will be prepared in four phases over the next year:

Phase 1 Project Initiation Nov-Dec 2016
Phase 2 Awareness, Issues and Goals Dec '16 - Feb '17
Phase 3 Setting Direction Feb-May 2017
Phase 4 Draft Policies and Actions May-Jun 2017
Phase 5 Plan Completion and Adoption Jul 2017 -

Get Involved

There are several ways to get involved in this project.

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Contact

Planning & Development Services
T: 403.230.1401
F: 403.277.3066
development@rockyview.ca

County Plans Overview

Check out the County Plans Overview (PDF) for a quick look at the different types of planning documents used in the County and how they interact.