The Corporation of the Township of Mulmur will hold a Public Meeting pursuant to Sections 34 of the Planning Act (1990) to consider a new Zoning By-law.
The public meeting will be held at the Mulmur Township Offices, located at 758070 2nd Line East at 11:00 am on Wednesday, May 2nd, 2018.
The new Zoning By-law may be on the Agenda for the Town Hall Meeting in April, 2018 for information, but this meeting is not considered the official public meeting. Information regarding the Town Hall Meeting will be available on the Township’s website.
If you require information at any time, feel free to contact Tracey Atkinson, Township Planner, directly: email@example.com or 705 466 3341 x231.
To request information for a specific property such as zoning, official plan, designation, NEC, NVCA, severances or building envelopes please complete a Zoning and Property Information Request Form at a cost of $80.00.
A zoning by-law is a regulatory Council approved document which establishes the permitted uses and development standards for specific areas or 'zones.'
A zoning by-law is a precise and inflexible document, which must be in conformity with the Township's Official Plan. The Official Plan provides general land use policy document of the municipality.
Zoning By-laws provide municipalities with a way to among other things:
A zone usually contains a list of uses permitted in that zone and associated standards and provisions related to:
The zoning by-law also contains general provisions that relate to all areas. General provisions contain standards for common land use matters such as legal non-conforming uses, accessory buildings, and setbacks from natural or man-made hazards for such matters as parking, landscape buffers, fencing and swimming pools. As a regulatory document, the zoning by-law also contains definitions for many of the terms used in the document.
If you want to use or develop your property in a way that is not allowed by the zoning by-law, you may have to apply for a zoning change - also known as a zoning by-law amendment. Council can consider a change only if the new use is allowed by the Official Plan. Contact Tracey Atkinson, Planner at 705-466-3341 ext. 231.