Municipal Plan

Municipal Plan Sections / Maps

The Municipal Plan defines a bold vision for Fredericton—progressive and modern, with a unique charm and character designed for people. It also establishes a planning framework and provides policy guidance on a variety of land-use and development-related issues anticipated in the years to come.

This plan is the cumulative result of thousands of hours of staff time, hundreds of hours of effort by a Steering Committee, and the presentations, discussions and e-mails received from residents, the business community and interest groups as a result of 17 public meetings.

It is organized into four major sections:

  • The first section establishes the growth strategy and describes the intent of each key element of the Plan.
  • The second section contains the plan’s objectives, policies, and proposals for each of the key elements.
  • The third section sets out policies for specific areas of the city.
  • The final section lists the amendments made to the Municipal Plan.

The current version of the Municipal Plan was adopted by Fredericton City Council in January 2007 to guide the future growth of the city for the following decade. During 2016, the plan will be revised with public input.
 


Municipal Plan Sections

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Municipal Plan Maps

Full-scale verions of the Maps associated with each section of the Municipal Plan are available from the Development Services Department at City Hall.

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