Public Works - Development on Boulevard and Vacant Town Properties Polciy # PW16
May 12, 2000
September 25, 2017
Development on Boulevard and Vacant Town Properties
Where there is a sidewalk
No planting of trees or placing of permanent items. Portable flower pots only. All items on boulevard must be removed prior to snowfall.
Where there is no sidewalk on boulevard
Permanent objects (trees or flowerbeds, rocks, etc.) must be located no closer than 10 feet from the curb. No wide spreading trees or trees with extensive root system such as poplars.
Street intersection corners
Set back 25 feet for anything which may intrude on viewing of traffic including all trees and shrubs.
No trees or objects that could block the view are to be placed within 10 feet from curb.
The town must be given detailed plans for any trees to be planted on boulevards and open town property so Public Works can check that they are not locating over utility lines. Alberta 1 Call to be contacted by developer to have power, gas and telephone lines located.
Adjacent property owner’s permission
Written permission to be turned in to the Town Office from property owners whose property is adjacent to the boulevard where permanent objects such as trees or retainers are being placed.
The town accepts no responsibility for damage done to any objects on boulevards during snow removal or grass maintenance. It is not the responsibility of the Town of Wembley or its employees to do maintenance on any development on the boulevard or vacant town property.