Zoning Bylaw Renewal

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The new Zoning Bylaw 580 will replace Zoning Bylaw 25, which was originally adopted by Council 35 years ago. The District of Sechelt has undergone significant changes since that time, and time has come to create a new updated zoning bylaw that aligns itself with the District’s core planning documents.

What is a Zoning Bylaw?

A zoning bylaw is a regulatory land use bylaw; it defines land uses and sets parameters for development including type, size, location and density of buildings. Zoning provides areas where uses can and cannot occur and also has a property map highlighting the location of the various zones throughout the District. Planners use the bylaw on a daily basis and regularly interpret and share elements of it with current and future residents of Sechelt. The documents section helps to break down the zoning bylaws and their changes. Here are some that you may find helpful:

What is my property zoned as?

The link below will open a map feature that lets you zoom in to find your property. You will see two side by side maps: the right side displays the current zoning and the left side displays the proposed zoning.

Property Zoning Map

The new Zoning Bylaw 580 will replace Zoning Bylaw 25, which was originally adopted by Council 35 years ago. The District of Sechelt has undergone significant changes since that time, and time has come to create a new updated zoning bylaw that aligns itself with the District’s core planning documents.

What is a Zoning Bylaw?

A zoning bylaw is a regulatory land use bylaw; it defines land uses and sets parameters for development including type, size, location and density of buildings. Zoning provides areas where uses can and cannot occur and also has a property map highlighting the location of the various zones throughout the District. Planners use the bylaw on a daily basis and regularly interpret and share elements of it with current and future residents of Sechelt. The documents section helps to break down the zoning bylaws and their changes. Here are some that you may find helpful:

What is my property zoned as?

The link below will open a map feature that lets you zoom in to find your property. You will see two side by side maps: the right side displays the current zoning and the left side displays the proposed zoning.

Property Zoning Map

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