Fredericton City Council adopted a new Municipal Plan in January 2007 to guide the future growth of the city for the next decade.
The Plan defines a broad vision for the city - progressive and modern, with a unique charm and character designed for people. It also establishes a broad planning framework and provides policy guidance on a variety of land-use and development-related issues anticipated in the years to come.
The new Municipal 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 document also contains generalized future land-use and policy reference maps to assist with its implementation.
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.