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Stay up to date on all things Langdon, Langdon & District Chamber of Commerce and Rocky View County. Here you will find newsletters, LDCC meeting minutes, RVC Council updates, Letters to and from different levels of Government Officials, and local updates.

Community Recreation Funding Grant

Rocky View County offers grant funding to assist non-profit community organizations with providing recreational services to County residents, and with general operating and capital costs associated with building and enhancing recreation facilities and community halls located in the ...

Electoral Boundary Review & Governance Review

Rocky View County is undertaking an analysis and review of the County’s electoral boundaries and elected official governance structure. The Electoral Boundary and Council Composition bylaw will be brought forward for Council’s consideration on Tuesday October 27, 2020. The proposed bylaw is ...

Property Tax Exemption

Rocky View County invites any local non-profit organizations to apply for property tax exemption under the Community Organization Property Tax Exemption Regulation (COPTER). To qualify, the organization must be a registered non-profit and meet the general rules and conditions of ...

New Land Use Bylaw – Now in effect

The Land Use Bylaw (PDF) is the "book of rules" for development in Rocky View County, and covers a wide range of regulations, including: Establishing the development permit process and the process for Redesignation (rezoning) and Land Use Bylaw text amendments; Regulates the size and ...

RVC Council Decisions – Sept 1, 2020

Here is a brief summary of the decisions of Rocky View County Council at the September 1, 2020 Council Meeting. This is a general overview of decisions only. Details of the agenda items can be found in the meeting’s agenda and details on the specifics of the decisions can be found in the ...

New Land Use Bylaw Cuts Red Tape

Rocky View County Council has adopted a new Land Use Bylaw that streamlines and clarifies how lands can be used and developed in the County. “Our old Land Use Bylaw was created in 1998, and underwent numerous piecemeal amendments over the years. It became outdated, hard to understand, easy ...