Salmon Run - Subdivision File S2020-8

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On September 11, 2020, the District of Muskoka issued notice to the public that an application for a proposed plan of subdivision development was deemed complete. This development file is referred to as "S2020-8, Salmon Run". This project page has been created to enhance communication on the proposed subdivision development and is the online engagement platform for our community and stakeholders to be kept informed about this project.

You can participate in the formal planning process for this project by staying engaged in this project page, by attending public meetings, open houses and workshops or by providing your thoughts in writing. To be notified of important opportunities for engagement and to receive project updates, join our courtesy notice list by subscribing to follow this project and receive updates right to your inbox. To sign up, enter your email address in the 'Stay Informed Tool' and hit 'Subscribe' (just look for the big megaphone at the top right-hand corner of this page on your desktop computer, or scroll down on your mobile device).


Project Description

The Salmon Run proposed plan of subdivision is located in the Town of Bracebridge and consists of approximately 9.89 hectares (24.4 acres) with frontage on Salmon Avenue and Maypark Drive.

The draft plan of subdivision proposes to create 46 single detached residential lots and 2 multiple residential blocks. The development proposal also includes one 1 block for stormwater management, and 2 blocks for open space purposes, for a total of 5 blocks. The development is anticipated to proceed in two 2 phases.

All of the proposed residential lots and blocks will be accessed via a new municipal road extending from Salmon Avenue and connecting to Maypark Drive and will be serviced with full municipal water and sewer services.


Learn More

If you are interested in learning more about the planning process, you can head over to the Government of Ontario's website and view the Citizen's Guide to Land Use Planning for more information.

On September 11, 2020, the District of Muskoka issued notice to the public that an application for a proposed plan of subdivision development was deemed complete. This development file is referred to as "S2020-8, Salmon Run". This project page has been created to enhance communication on the proposed subdivision development and is the online engagement platform for our community and stakeholders to be kept informed about this project.

You can participate in the formal planning process for this project by staying engaged in this project page, by attending public meetings, open houses and workshops or by providing your thoughts in writing. To be notified of important opportunities for engagement and to receive project updates, join our courtesy notice list by subscribing to follow this project and receive updates right to your inbox. To sign up, enter your email address in the 'Stay Informed Tool' and hit 'Subscribe' (just look for the big megaphone at the top right-hand corner of this page on your desktop computer, or scroll down on your mobile device).


Project Description

The Salmon Run proposed plan of subdivision is located in the Town of Bracebridge and consists of approximately 9.89 hectares (24.4 acres) with frontage on Salmon Avenue and Maypark Drive.

The draft plan of subdivision proposes to create 46 single detached residential lots and 2 multiple residential blocks. The development proposal also includes one 1 block for stormwater management, and 2 blocks for open space purposes, for a total of 5 blocks. The development is anticipated to proceed in two 2 phases.

All of the proposed residential lots and blocks will be accessed via a new municipal road extending from Salmon Avenue and connecting to Maypark Drive and will be serviced with full municipal water and sewer services.


Learn More

If you are interested in learning more about the planning process, you can head over to the Government of Ontario's website and view the Citizen's Guide to Land Use Planning for more information.

Page published: 20 January 2021, 17:26