Approved: September 22, 2021
Maps Pages: M21, N20, N21, N22, O20, 021, 022
Text Pages: 3357J-2021
Approved: May 10, 2021
A site exception to allow an outdoor patio as part of an existing brewery in I1 Industrial (Business Service) district. Unit 8, 6610 71 Street (Lot 5, Block 1, Plan 0125593)
Maps Pages: J19
Text Pages: 3357L-2021
Approved: April 12, 2021
Rezone Lots 1-2, Block 15, Plan 152 2440 from RLW to R2T, and change the height requirement on Lots 1-5, Block 15, Plan 152 2440.
Maps Pages: Q17
Text Pages: N/A
Approved: February 16, 2021
Rezoning Riverside Light Properties from I1 to IC.
Maps Pages: M16, M17
Approved: November 9, 2020
Rezone 26 R1N Residential (Narrow Lot) District properties to R1G Residential (Small Lot) District along Livingston Close.
Maps Pages: R11, R12, S11, S12
Text Pages: N/A
Either City administration or members of the public may apply to amend the regulations and/or the land use district (zone) of a parcel of land within the Land Use Bylaw.
There are two types of Land Use Bylaw amendments: text amendments and map amendments. A text amendment may propose to modify an existing regulation or add a new definition. A map amendment may propose to change the land use district (zone) of a parcel of land; for example, changing the land use district (zone) of a property from R1 Residential (Low Density) District to R3 Residential (Multiple Family) District.
For more information on the process, please visit the Land Use Bylaw Amendment Process.
Below is a listing of the recent amendments made to the Land Use Bylaw.