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This map shows the municipalities of PEI. It shows which municipalities have official plans and land use bylaws and which municipalities do not.
Municipal land use planning services allow locally-elected governments to direct how the land within their boundaries is shaped and used, in view of the impacts of past decisions and their vision for the future., Who is responsible for land use and development decisions?, Municipal land use...
This manual has been prepared by the Municipal Affairs and Provincial Planning Division. It is designed to serve as a guide for municipalities preparing municipal bylaws. Municipal Affairs recommends that a Council seek legal advice when preparing more complex municipal bylaws to help ensure that...
The historic, Municipal Government Act, marks a new era for local governments in Prince Edward Island. When it comes into effect this Saturday, December 23, the act will help Prince Edward Island’s cities, towns, and rural municipalities better serve their residents. It establishes consistent rules...
Investing in Infrastructure -, Water quality is both a complicated job and a sacred public trust for the members of the Atlantic Canada Water and Wastewater Association (ACWWA). The ACWWA meeting this week in Charlottetown brings together 300 water experts from across the region. The Prince Edward...