Public Notices for Development Applications

NOTICE re: COVID-19: To protect the health and safety of its employees and the public, the City of Moncton has closed City Hall and adapted its day-to-day business, including holding video-conferences for public meetings and limiting in-person attendance. However, as the Province's State of Emergency encourages construction and development to continue in support of our local economy, City Administration is committed to accommodating residents' right to express their views on proposed projects. For details on upcoming opportunities, click on the 'Public Notices' link to the right (in the Important Links box). Any citizen wishing to address City Council during a public hearing must pre-register at info.clerk@moncton.ca, and instructions will be provided. Questions? Email: info.urbanplanning@moncton.ca (Updated March 25, 2020)

Certain types of development projects require 1) public notice, 2) consultation, and 3) the consideration of feedback, before a decision is made by the City. This process is an important component of the democratic function of planning.

Provincial law and the City’s Municipal Plan and Zoning By-law (municipal law) outline who can make a decision on what type of development application.

The following decision-making bodies are authorized to make decisions on development applications on behalf of the City. It is important to note that Council empowers the Planning Advisory Committee to make certain decisions on its behalf, and therefore cannot intervene and overrule a decision made by the Committee.

The following types of development applications involve public notice, consultation, and the consideration of feedback before a decision is made.

Please ensure that your feedback is directed to the appropriate contact as outlined below.

Who Makes
the Decision?
Application
Type
View
Public Notice
Submit
Feedback Here:
Council
  • Municipal Plan By-law Amendment
  • Zoning By-law Amendment
CLICK HEREInfo.clerk@moncton.ca
Planning Advisory Committee
  • Variance
  • Conditional Use
  • Temporary Use
  • Change to Non-conforming Use
CLICK HEREInfo.urbanplanning@moncton.ca
Director of Urban Planning
  • Antenna Installation (Land Use Authority Concurrence)
CLICK HEREInfo.urbanplanning@moncton.ca

NOTICE re: COVID-19: To protect the health and safety of its employees and the public, the City of Moncton has closed City Hall and adapted its day-to-day business, including holding video-conferences for public meetings and limiting in-person attendance. However, as the Province's State of Emergency encourages construction and development to continue in support of our local economy, City Administration is committed to accommodating residents' right to express their views on proposed projects. For details on upcoming opportunities, click on the 'Public Notices' link to the right (in the Important Links box). Any citizen wishing to address City Council during a public hearing must pre-register at info.clerk@moncton.ca, and instructions will be provided. Questions? Email: info.urbanplanning@moncton.ca (Updated March 25, 2020)

Certain types of development projects require 1) public notice, 2) consultation, and 3) the consideration of feedback, before a decision is made by the City. This process is an important component of the democratic function of planning.

Provincial law and the City’s Municipal Plan and Zoning By-law (municipal law) outline who can make a decision on what type of development application.

The following decision-making bodies are authorized to make decisions on development applications on behalf of the City. It is important to note that Council empowers the Planning Advisory Committee to make certain decisions on its behalf, and therefore cannot intervene and overrule a decision made by the Committee.

The following types of development applications involve public notice, consultation, and the consideration of feedback before a decision is made.

Please ensure that your feedback is directed to the appropriate contact as outlined below.

Who Makes
the Decision?
Application
Type
View
Public Notice
Submit
Feedback Here:
Council
  • Municipal Plan By-law Amendment
  • Zoning By-law Amendment
CLICK HEREInfo.clerk@moncton.ca
Planning Advisory Committee
  • Variance
  • Conditional Use
  • Temporary Use
  • Change to Non-conforming Use
CLICK HEREInfo.urbanplanning@moncton.ca
Director of Urban Planning
  • Antenna Installation (Land Use Authority Concurrence)
CLICK HEREInfo.urbanplanning@moncton.ca