The City of Chestermere and The City of Calgary are exploring opportunities to create a vibrant and unique urban interface along Range Road 284, which is a shared boundary.
In September 2014, the Intermunicipal Committee (IMC), an organizational body that includes representatives from The City of Calgary and The City of Chestermere who meet to address matters of mutual interest, directed staff from both municipalities to complete a set of guidelines for development in the interface area.
As outlined in yellow, the interface area is located along Range Road 284 between the Trans-Canada Highway to the north and the future alignment of Peigan Trail to the south.
In 2016, a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) was completed for the interface area to capture several potential tools that could be used to shape an emerging vision for the area.
The IMC further directed staff to explore how the MOU could be embedded or referenced for the Local Area Plans currently existing in The City of Calgary and The City of Chestermere that fall within the interface area: the Belvedere Area Structure Plan and the Waterbridge Master Area Structure Plan.