Neepawa & Area Planning District
The Neepawa and Area Planning District (NAPD) was initially formed in 1978, and consisted of the Town of
Neepawa and the Rural Municipalities (RMs) of Langford and Rosedale. On January 1, 2015, the RM of Langford
amalgamated with the RM of North Cypress to form the Municipality of North Cypress-Langford, and joined the
Cypress Planning District. At the same time, the RM of Glenella amalgamated with the RM of Lansdowne to form
the Municipality of Glenella-Lansdowne and joined the NAPD. Today, the NAPD consists of the Town of Neepawa,
the RM of Rosedale and the Municipality of Glenella-Lansdowne.
The NAPD is governed by a six member Board of Directors, consisting of two representatives from the Town of
Neepawa, two members from the RM of Rosedale, and two members from the Municipality of Glenella-Lansdowne.
The NAPD regulates all development in the town and municipalities and is responsible for building inspections,
permits (building, plumbing), planning (conditional uses, variations, rezoning), and zoning memorandums.