Community Planning Services
Welcome to SARM’s Community Planning Page. Here you will find information regarding the community planning process and procedures and the services that SARM can provide to your municipality.
SARM’s Community Planning Services are available to Rural Municipalities and Urban Municipalities on a fee for service basis. There are a variety of services offered, and the services can be tailored to meet the needs of each individual municipality. No two municipalities are alike; each has their own unique qualities and objectives. The planning process is a way to portray these qualities and enhance the sense of community in your municipality while guiding development in a planned and organized fashion. SARM’s Community Planning Services employs planners certified through the Canadian Institute of Planners and who are members of the Saskatchewan Professional Planners Institute.
The services include, but are not limited to, providing advice and assistance on:
- Drafting and Amending Official Community Plans
- Drafting and Amending Zoning Bylaws
- Interim Development Control Bylaws
- Concept Plans
- Reviewing Development Permits
- Servicing Agreements
- Development Appeal Board Inquiries
- General Planning and Development Inquiries
- Public Consultation
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For more information contact:
Dana Schmalz, RPP
Director of Community Planning Services
The contents of this site are for information purposes. Users are advised to refer to the Planning and Development Act, 2007 and consult a professional community planner for specific questions and concerns.