3.64 NSRVES - North Saskatchewan River Valley Edmonton South Zone

To allow for primarily agricultural Uses as well as active and Passive Recreation activities, and limited non-recreational land Uses in the North Saskatchewan River Valley area. New Residential Lots created after passage of this Bylaw shall only be created to subdivide a farmstead from a previously unsubdivided quarter section, and shall be less than or equal to 2.0 ha (4.9 ac).

2.1. Accessory Building ≤ 100 m2 (1,080 ft2)
2.2. Agriculture, Extensive
2.3. Agriculture, Horticultural
2.4. Agriculture, Livestock
2.5. Dwelling, Detached
2.6. Dwelling, Manufactured Home
2.7. Dwelling, Secondary  ≥ 32.4 ha (80.0 ac)
2.8. Group Home, Limited
2.9. Home Based Business, Type 1
3.1. Accessory Building > 100 m2 (1,080 ft2)
3.2. Agricultural Processing, Limited
3.3. Animal Care Service
3.4. Campground
3.5. Cemetery
3.6. Child Care Facility
3.7. Cultural Facility
3.8. Dwelling, Moved In
3.9. Dwelling, Secondary < 32.4ha (80.0 acres)
3.10. Education Service
3.11. Equestrian Facility
3.12. Frame and Fabric Structure   
3.13. Group Home
3.14. Guest House
3.15. Home Based Business Type 2
3.16. Kennel
3.17. Local Community Facility
3.18. Park
3.19. Recreation, Outdoor
3.20. Religious Assembly
3.21. Sign
3.22. Utility Service, Minor
4.1. Golf courses and other Developments typically subject to potentially large amounts of fertilizer use May be required to submit a nutrient loading assessment that would address possible nutrient discharge to waterways and groundwater. Such an assessment would be required to be prepared by a qualified environmental professional member as defined in the Professional Responsibilities in Completion and Assurance of Reclamation Work in Alberta Joint Practice Standard, and identify mitigative measures to address any areas of concern, including nutrient loading minimization, if required. The Development Planner May impose any conditions necessary to mitigate impacts identified in the assessment.
5.1. The minimum Lot size for agricultural Lots is 32.4 ha.
5.2. The minimum Lot size for Residential Lots is 1.0 ha.
5.3. The maximum Lot size for Residential Lots is 2.0 ha., except that:
5.4. Minimum Building Setbacks Shall be in compliance with Table 5.4:
5.4. Minimum Building Setback Requirements
Subsection From the property line adjacent to: Any Building
Front Setback
5.4.1. Road, Highway - Front/Side/Rear 40.0 m
5.4.2. Road, Municipal Grid – Front/Side/Rear 35.0 m
5.4.3. Road, Internal/Road, Service - Front/Side/Rear 20.0 m Front - 15.0 m Side/Rear
5.4.4. Other Lot – Side/Rear 7.5 m
5.5. The maximum height of a non-agricultural Building is 10.0 m (32.8 ft.).
5.6. The maximum number of Buildings Shall comply with the following:
5.6.1. On a Lot of 32.4 ha (80.0 ac) or more, there is a maximum of 2 Principal Dwellings, which can be a Dwelling, Detached; Dwelling, Manufactured Home or Dwelling, Moved In, and 2 Dwellings, Secondary in compliance with the regulations of Subsection 5.22 of Section 3.60.
5.6.2. On a Lot less than 32.4 ha (80.0 ac), there is a maximum of Principal Dwelling and 1 Dwelling, Secondary in compliance with the regulations of Subsection 5.22 of Section 3.60.
6.1. Despite the purpose of this Zone and Subsections 5.1 and 5.3, an additional Subdivision May be granted from a previously subdivided quarter provided that the additional parcel to be subdivided is cut off from the rest of the parcel by a physical barrier to Agricultural Operations, provided that it has legal, physical and safe access to a maintained public road.
6.2. For both agricultural and non-agricultural Uses, the Development Planner May require an environmental impact assessment in order to ascertain whether a proposed Development May have detrimental effects on the natural environment, including potential effects on wildlife habitat and groundwater as well as the potential effects on areas which are deemed to have a high scenic value.
6.3. For both Permitted and Discretionary Uses, the Development Planner May impose Development conditions, including those that May have been identified in an environmental impact assessment, in order to mitigate any potential negative Development impacts. Such conditions May include, but are not limited to: 
6.3.1. restrictions on tree clearing and vegetation clearing;
6.3.2. additional Setback requirements; 
6.3.3. the retention of shelterbelts; 
6.3.4. the siting and standards of Buildings; and 
6.3.5. buffering requirements.