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The mooring standards engagement provided Albertans with an opportunity to share feedback on a proposed way to simplify the approval process to place a mooring structure in a waterbody, such as a dock, boat lift, swimming platform or buoy anchor.
Establishing a disturbance standard will reduce red tape and eliminate the need for most dock owners to apply for an authorization if they follow all requirements. This would improve wait times currently caused by the need to authorize thousands of seasonal docks.
November 2 to December 14, 2020
Results under review
Who is listening
Ministry of Environment and Parks
Albertans shared their feedback on the draft disturbance standard from November 2 to December 14, 2020 through an online survey.
Your feedback contributed to the development of a disturbance standard that streamlines authorizations for temporary seasonal docks and mooring structures.
About the standard
- Disturbance Standard for Temporary Seasonal Docks and other Mooring Structures for Personal Recreational Purposes
- Moorage Allowance Infographic (PDF, 570 KB)
- Waterfront and Semi-waterfront Property Owners Fact Sheet (PDF, 561 KB)
- Back Lot Property Owners Fact Sheet (PDF, 516 KB)
- Shared Docks Fact Sheet (PDF, 515 KB)
Last updated: April 21, 2021