Where can I find a detailed site plan for the school building and yard?

With the location identified, site design can begin according to the needs of the school board and the dimensions of the site, and in compliance with Beaumont’s Land Use Bylaw 944-19 and the Beaumont Urban Design Guidelines. Once the site design is complete, Alberta Infrastructure will submit a development permit application to the City of Beaumont for review and approval. The development permit application will be circulated to adjacent landowners only if the applicant is applying for a variance to the Land Use Bylaw requirements. Once a decision on the application has been made, the permit and site plan will become public and be posted on the City website at www.beaumont.ab.ca/201/Development-Proposals.

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1. How was Ruisseau selected as the francophone school site?
2. What will be the impact of the school on nearby residents?
3. Why does the Ruisseau Outline Plan describe this site as a park?
4. What new land use districts are proposed for the Ruisseau neighbourhood, and why?
5. The Redistricting Map shows a large yellow area behind my house and identifies it as a neighbourhood. I thought it was going to be a linear park around the Leblanc Canal. Can you explain?
6. Will concerns about the selection of this school site be addressed as part of the redistricting?
7. What are the next steps?
8. Where can I find a detailed site plan for the school building and yard?
9. Where can I get more information?