Apr. 14, 2021 | ANNOUNCEMENTS
Amended zoning bylaw will allow TSMV to include open spaces and a variety of multi-residential units, including employee housing.
First Reading of The Gateway approved unanimously; University of Saskatchewan and Innovate Canmore express interest
Amendment application for The Gateway at Three Sisters will allow for the incorporation of open spaces and a variety of multi-residential units, including employee housing.
Thank you for those who took the time to attend the Undermining Information Session. For any community members who were unable to make it, TSMV is pleased to share a video of the presentation.
TSMV has submitted Area Structure Plans for Three Sisters Village and Smith Creek to the Town of Canmore
Learn how Three Sisters Mountain Village will continue to grow with Canmore over the next 20 to 30 years.
If you support this project, now is the time to write a letter or send an email to Town Council showing your support for moving the Three Sisters Village and Smith Creek ASPs forward.
Learn how proposed unit counts in the draft Area Structure Plan’s for Three Sisters Village and Smith Creek relate to the 1992 NRCB ruling.
Unmarked mountain bike trails running through TSMV lands will now benefit from signage
Thank you for those who took the time to attend one or both of our online Open House Sessions. For any community members who were unable to make it, TSMV is pleased to share the presentation from Friday, October 2, 2020.
To help the community of Canmore understand the importance of an Area Structure Plan, we produced a podcast that explains this integral planning document, planning regulations in Alberta, and what’s next for TSMV.
Three Sisters Mountain Village (TSMV) released draft Area Structure Plans (ASPs) for Three Sisters Village and Smith Creek to the community on Tuesday, September 1, 2020 for the purpose of engagement and further public feedback on its remaining developable...