Prairie Crossing Area Structure Plan/Outline Plan


ISL Engineering, Land Services Ltd. and Destiny Homes Inc. are preparing a draft Area Structure Plan (ASP)/Outline Plan for Coaldale Prairie Crossing. This Area Structure Plan/Outline Plan will provide a framework for future development which is consistent with the goals and objectives of the Town of Coaldale.

Please note, the draft framework has not yet been approved by Town Council. The draft plan will be reviewed by Town administration following the public engagement period before a public hearing is scheduled. Please see below for the project timeline and current engagement opportunities.

Click HERE to access to project website.

Site Map:

prairie crossing asp map

Where We Are:

engagement timeline

Current Engagement Opportunities:

As part of the planning review for the Area Structure Plan/Outline Plan, Destiny Homes Inc. along with ISL Engineering and Land Services Ltd. are conducting a public engagement process to share information about the project and gather feedback from adjacent landowners and the public.

There are no current engagement opportunities. Please check back at a later time.


Previous Engagement Opportunities:

In-person Open House:

When: August 24, 2021 5-7PM

Where: Coaldale Community Centre (1217 20th Ave)

Click here to register for the open house: Register now!


Virtual Open House:

To learn more information about the Prairie Crossing ASP/Outline Plan, take the virtual open house tour. 

Click here to access the virtual open house: Prairie Crossing ASP/Outline Plan Virtual Open House


Online Survey:

An online survey will be available from August 16 – 29, 2021.

Click here to take the online survey: Prairie Crossing ASP/Outline Plan Survey


What is being discussed?

Information available in the open house will include the following:

  • Statutory requirements for an Area Structure Plan/Outline Plan
  • Transportation, water, sanitary and storm requirements
  • Proposed development concept
  • Open space concept
  • Implementation and phasing
  • Policy direction

We encourage you to access this information and provide your thoughts through one or more of the feedback options.