The Consolidated Zoning By-law was updated on December 5, 2017. (see the text of the Zoning By-law at the bottom of this page)
A Zoning By-law is not a static document. It is amended over time as demands and policies governing land use change. Before proceeding any further, you should verify that your property is not the subject of an earlier Zoning By-law Amendment. While the Municipality strives to keep this by-law as up-to-date as possible, more recent zoning by-law amendments may not be included in the version of the by-law you are using. Staff in the Municipality's Planning Division will be able to assist you to confirm if your property has been subject to a more recent by-law amendment.
To determine the zone of a property, find the property on one of the key maps below (Schedule A being Urban and Schedule B being Rural) and the number shown is the corresponding Sheet where the property will be shown. For example, if the property is on Toronto Road near Highway #401, the Sheet Index number is Sheet 1 and therefore the zoning of the property will be shown on Schedule A Sheet 1. All sheets (maps) are listed below the key maps.
Schedule A Key Map
Schedule B Key Map