Public Consultation Process Revised for Phase 4

Public Consultation Process Revised for Phase 4
Posted on 06/18/2020
Members of the public who wish to take part in public meetings pertaining to Planning and Heritage items are encouraged to visit the meeting section of this website or contact the Planning department for details on all of the options available for participation.

A public meeting to hear comments on Lot 19-1 Sherwood Road and amendments to the Zoning and Development Bylaw (Bylaw PH-ZD.2) is scheduled for Tuesday, June 30, at 7 p.m., at the Rodd Royalty (14 Capital Drive).

Phase 4 of the Renew PEI Together plan release by the Province of PEI outlines that up to 50 people can gather indoors beginning June 26. Those who wish to attend the public meeting in person may do so. Everyone attending in person is asked to adhere to the guidelines set by the Chief Public Health Officer, details of which are available online at:

Those who are unable or uncomfortable attending in person can participate in the public meeting via videoconference or teleconference, utilizing Webex or connecting by phone. Anyone who wants to observe the meeting without commenting, can watch it at

Those who wish to participate in the public meeting to offer feedback or comment can also contact the Planning and Heritage department at or 902-629-4158 on or before 4 p.m. on Thursday, June 25 with contact details (Name, phone number and/or email address). Staff will contact interested participants no later 12 p.m. (noon) on Monday, June 29 with the details on how to participate in the meeting. Anyone who identifies themselves to Planning and Heritage staff as wanting to participate will be given information on using WebEx, connecting by phone, or attending in person (physical distancing policies will apply).

Written comments/submissions are encouraged and can be forwarded to the Planning Department at: PO Box 98, 199 Queen Street, Charlottetown, PE, C1A 7K2 before 12 p.m. (noon) on or before Thursday, July 2. Comments may also be emailed to Any responses received will become part of the public record.

Anyone wishing to view the proposed amendments can visit the Meeting Packages under the Mayor and Council section. As comments are received and meeting minutes are compiled, the package will be updated with additional information leading up to the public meeting.