Planning and Development
The Planning & Development Services division provides a full range of current and long range planning services for the Town of High River.
Templates for use by developers proposing major development projects and subdivisions.
Planning Applications and Handouts
Applications and handouts for everything from additional dwellings and fences, to putting up a sign or keeping bees and chickens in Town
112 Street East Rezoning & Annexation
On January 1, 2021, the land in the 112 St. E. area, the Redtail Rise subdivision, and a small piece of land in the southwest were annexed into the Town of High River. It is important that there is a plan to transition all of this land under the Town's Land Use Bylaw. This webpage is specifically focusing on the land within the 112 St. E. area.
Land Use Bylaw
High River’s Land Use Bylaw is one of a kind—development friendly, detailed and transparent.
Certificate of Compliance
Selling your property? The Town can provide confirmation that it complies with the Land Use Bylaw.
Development Plans, Reports and Studies
The Town prepares and maintains a wide variety of plans to guide future development.
High River's new Town Plan is reaching final stages. A Draft Town Plan is completed and in review. Once approved it will replace the 2009 Town Plan, guiding High River to 2042.
Bidding Opportunities - Doing Business with High River
Remember when business was done on a handshake? That’s how it feels doing business with us. Experience the small town advantage of High River.
Planning Inquiries and Comments
High River is a people first community – and we want to hear from you!
Help us evaluate and improve our processes. We welcome your questions, comments and concerns.
Climate Change Adaptation Action Plan
Local strategies to build community resilience and take proactive steps to adapt to Climate Change
Active Transportation Plan
Improving and expanding High River's Active Transportation Network
Sign Standards and Regulations
The Town of High River has standards and regulations for signs to ensure the community remains attractive, while the sign does its job.