Edmonton Zoning Bylaw 12800

541     (AN) River Valley Activity Node Zone

Bylaw 12835

September 5, 2001

541.1     General Purpose

The purpose of this Zone is to allow for limited commercial development within activity nodes in designated areas of parkland along the river, creeks and ravines, for active and passive recreational Uses, tourism Uses, and environmental protection in conformance with Plan Edmonton, the Ribbon of Green Master Plan, and the North Saskatchewan River Valley Area Redevelopment Plan.

541.2      Permitted Uses

  1. Community Recreation Services

  2. Exhibition and Convention Facilities

Bylaw 17403

October 19, 2015

Effective date: February 1, 2016

  1. Greenhouses, Plant Nurseries and Garden Centres

  2. Natural Science Exhibits

  3. Outdoor Participant Recreation Services

  4. Public Libraries and Cultural Exhibits

  5. Public Park

Charter Bylaw 18613

November 26, 2018

  1. Special Event

Bylaw 17403

October 19, 2015

Effective date: February 1, 2016

  1. Urban Gardens

  2. Fascia On-premises Signs  

  3. Projecting On-premises Signs  

  4. Temporary On-premises Signs   

541.3     Discretionary Uses

Discretionary Uses are listed in the Appendices.

541.4     Development Regulations for Permitted and Discretionary Uses

  1. No development, except essential sewer utility crossings, shall be allowed in the Environmental Protection Sector as shown on the Maps in the Appendices.

  2. The maximum building Height shall be 10.0 m unless otherwise approved by the Development Officer, where deemed appropriate for the Use.

  3. The Development Officer shall require the submission of an environmental review for all major facility permits, as defined by the North Saskatchewan River Valley Area Redevelopment Plan Bylaw, and all major Development Permits, and recommendations contained within the review shall be met as a condition of the issuance of a Development Permit, to the satisfaction of the Development Officer.

  4. The Development Officer may require the submission of an environmental review for other Uses, and recommendations contained within the review shall be met as a condition of the issuance of a Development Permit, to the satisfaction of the Development Officer.

  5. A parking impact assessment shall be required for all major facility and major Development Permit applications, and recommendations for the provision of parking facilities contained within the review shall be met as a condition of the issuance of a Development Permit, to the satisfaction of the Development Officer.

  6. Development Permits for signs shall be reviewed both independently and as a component of the general streetscape of the applicable portion of the park to ensure that the sign is compatible with the general intent of the Master Plan, to the satisfaction of the Development Officer.

Bylaw 17403

October 19, 2015

Effective date:  February 1, 2016

  1. Urban Outdoor Farms shall comply with Section 98 of this Bylaw.

  2. Urban Gardens shall comply with Section 98 of this Bylaw.

541.5       Development Regulations for Discretionary Uses

  1. As listed on the individual attached Appendices.

 

Appendix I

Fort Edmonton Park

1.           Area of Application

The Fort Edmonton Park, located on Lot Block A, Plan 852 1469, north of Brander Drive and 66 Avenue and west of Whitemud Drive, is a unique historical, recreational, educational and cultural attraction nestled in the North Saskatchewan River Valley in Edmonton. The Park is divided into two Sectors, as shown on the attached map. The Environmental Protection Sector includes environmentally sensitive areas which will be preserved in their natural state, with development permitted only in the Activity Sector with such development to be guided by Council approved Master Plans.

2.            Discretionary Uses

Bylaw 18171

September 11, 2017

  1. Breweries, Wineries and Distilleries

  2. Carnivals

  3. Child Care Services

  4. Indoor Participant Recreation Services

Charter Bylaw 18613

November 26, 2018

  1. Market

  2. Minor Impact Utility Services

  3. Natural Resource Development

  4. Single Detached Dwelling

  5. Spectator Entertainment Establishments

  6. Spectator Sports Establishments

  7. Freestanding On-premises Signs and all other types of Signs

  8. Specialty Foods Services, not to exceed 100 occupants nor 120 m2 of public space for establishments approved after the date of this Bylaw

  9. Restaurants, not to exceed 100 occupants nor 120 m2 of public space for establishments approved after the date of this Bylaw

  10. Bars and Neighbourhood Pubs, only as accessory Use to a Hotel, and not to exceed 100 occupants nor 120 m2 of public space for establishments approved after the date of this Bylaw

  11. Hotels, not to exceed 85 rooms

  12. General Retail Stores, as accessory Use to a permitted use

  13. Automotive and Equipment Repair Shops  

Bylaw 17901

March 6, 2017

  1. Urban Indoor Farms

Bylaw 17901

March 6, 2017

  1. Urban Outdoor Farms

  2. Such accessory Uses as required for the operation, administration, maintenance, customer information and service, temporary storage, and visitor amenities for the park, to the satisfaction of the Development Officer

3.             Additional Development Regulations for Discretionary Uses

  1. Development Permits shall only be issued for Specialty Food Services, Restaurants and Hotels Uses contained in either buildings listed on the Register of Historical Resources in Edmonton or modern reproductions of such Heritage Buildings.

  2. Where a Single Detached Dwelling is developed in this Zone, a maximum of one Dwelling per lot shall be allowed.

  3. Where an Equipment Repair Shop is developed in this Zone, this Use is limited to servicing the vehicular and equipment repair and maintenance needs of other Uses within the site.

Bylaw 18171

September 11, 2017

  1. Development Officer may approve a Breweries, Wineries or Distilleries Use and up to two custom bakery facilities on the Site as accessory to the General Retail Stores Uses.

  2. The following Uses will be limited on this site, for establishments approved after the date of this Bylaw, as described below:

  1. the number of Hotels shall not exceed 3;

  2. the number of Specialty Food Services will not exceed 5;

  3. the number of Restaurants will not exceed 5; and

  4. the number of Bars and Neighbourhood Pubs will not exceed 1 per Hotel.

 

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Appendix II

MUTTART CONSERVATORY

1.            Area of Application

The Muttart Conservatory, located on portions of River Lots 17 and 19, Plan Edmonton, and Block A, Plan 1096EO, south of 98 Avenue and west of 96A Street, is a unique recreational and educational attraction nestled in the North Saskatchewan River Valley in Edmonton. The site is divided into two Sectors, as shown on the attached map. The Environmental Protection Sector will be preserved in its current state, with development permitted only in the Activity Area Sector with such development to be guided by Council approved Master Plans.

2.            Discretionary Uses

  1. Child Care Services

  2. Indoor Participant Recreation Services

Charter Bylaw 18613

November 26, 2018

  1. Market

  2. Minor Impact Utility Services

  3. Natural Resource Development

  4. Spectator Entertainment Establishments

  5. Freestanding On-premises Signs and all other types of Signs

  6. Specialty Foods Services, not to exceed 100 occupants nor 120 m2 of public space for establishments approved after the date of this Bylaw

  7. Restaurants, not to exceed 225 occupants nor 270m2  of public space for establishments approved after the date of this Bylaw

  8. General Retail Stores, as accessory to a permitted Use

  9. Such accessory Uses as required for the operation, administration, maintenance, customer information and service, temporary storage, and visitor amenities for the park, to the satisfaction of the Development Officer

Bylaw 17901

March 6, 2017

    1. Urban Indoor Farms

Bylaw 17901

March 6, 2017

  1. Urban Outdoor Farms

3.             Additional Development Regulations for Discretionary Uses

  1. Specialty Food Services and Restaurants shall be accessory to the community, recreational, educational and cultural Uses, and limited to one of each type of establishment for the site.

 

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Appendix III

Bylaw 14704

August 24, 2007

LOUISE McKINNEY RIVERFRONT

1.            Area of Application

The Louise McKinney Riverfront is a unique recreational, cultural and educational attraction nestled in the North Saskatchewan River Valley in Edmonton. The objective of the Louise McKinney open space development is to preserve and conserve the natural beauty of the river valley in a balanced context with development.

2.            Discretionary Uses

  1. Child Care Services

  2. Carnivals

  3. Equipment Rentals

  4. General Retail Stores

  5. Indoor Participant Recreation Services

Charter Bylaw 18613

November 26, 2018

  1. Market

  2. Outdoor Amusement Establishments

  3. Private Clubs

  4. Restaurants, for less than 200 occupants and 240 m2 of Public Space

  5. Specialty Foods Services for less than 100 occupants and 120 m2 of Public Space

  6. Spectator Entertainment Establishments

  7. Such accessory uses as required for the operation, administration, maintenance, customer information and service, temporary storage, and visitor amenities for the park, to the satisfaction of the Development Officer

3.           Additional Development Regulations for Discretionary Uses

  1. The following uses will be limited on this site, for establishments approved after the date of this Bylaw, as described below:

  1. the number of Specialty Food Services will not exceed 3;

  2. the number of Restaurants will not exceed 2.

 

Appendix IV

Bylaw 16176

July 16, 2012

THE EDMONTON VALLEY ZOO

1.          Area of Application

The Edmonton Valley Zoo, located on Lot 13R Block 30, Plan 450MC,NW-24-52-25-4, NE-24-52-25-4, south of Buena Vista Road and east of 139 Street, offers a unique opportunity for the citizens of Edmonton and out-of-town visitors to view animals, plants and other objects in nature through live animal displays, interpretation and conservation practices. Development of the Valley Zoo is to be guided by the Council approved Master Plan.

2.          Discretionary Uses

  1. Carnivals

  2. Child Care Services

  3. Equipment Rentals

  4. General Retail Stores, as accessory use to a permitted use

  5. Indoor Participant Recreation Services

Charter Bylaw 18613

November 26, 2018

  1. Market

  2. Outdoor Amusement Establishments

  3. Outdoor Participant Recreation Services

  4. Private Education Services

  5. Minor Impact Utility Services

  6. Spectator Entertainment Establishments

  7. Spectator Sports Establishments

  8. Restaurants, not to exceed 225 occupants nor 270 m2 of public space for establishments approved after the date of this Bylaw

  9. Specialty Foods Services, not to exceed 100 occupants nor 120 m2 of public space for establishments approved after the date of this Bylaw

Bylaw 17901

March 6, 2017

  1. Urban Indoor Farms

Bylaw 17901

March 6, 2017

  1. Urban Outdoor Farms

  2. Such accessory uses as required for the operation, administration, maintenance, customer information and service, temporary storage, and visitor amenities for the park, to the satisfaction of the Development Officer

  3. Freestanding On-premises Signs and all other types of Signs

3.          Development Regulations for Discretionary Uses

  1. The following uses will be limited on this site, for establishments approved after the date of this Bylaw, as described below:

  1. The maximum number of permanent food services associated with any combination of Restaurants and Specialty Food Services shall not exceed 3.