Municipal Planning Commission

The Municipal Planning Commission (MPC) is a Council-appointed Board with its members consisting of two Councillors and five members of the public. The Town of Didsbury's Development Officer also attends the meetings.

This commission meets twice monthly to consider development applications in regards to the Land Use Bylaw.

Meetings are currently scheduled at 4:30 p.m. on the second and fourth Wednesday of every month; however, meetings will only take place as necessary. Applications presented at the meetings are then either approved (with or without conditions) or they are refused by MPC. 

Authority to make decisions is granted by the Municipal Planning Commission Bylaw and the Land Use Bylaw.

The next Municipal Planning Commission Meeting is scheduled for

June 12, 2024 at 4:30 p.m. in Council Chambers

Council Chambers are located at 1606 14 St. Didsbury

Please note that MPC meetings are Public Meetings and not  Public Hearings. The public is welcome to attend a meeting to observe; however, only MPC Members are able to ask any questions during a Public Meeting. 

The Public is invited to submit comments and concerns during the circulation period.  Any letters of concern received are then included in the Agenda package for MPC’s review and consideration.  


Click on the file folders below to view the Agendas and Minutes for the Municipal Planning Commission.