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The Planning Committee reviews policy associated with building inspection, land and property development and use, property standards, street names, heritage planning, and site and subdivision plans.
The Planning Committee is one of four Standing Committees of Council.
- Councillor Hill
- Councillor Hutchison
- Councillor Kiley; Vice Chair
- Councillor Neill; Chair
- Councillor Osanic
Notice - Planning Committee Dash
DASH shows the status of proposed developments in Kingston. Planning notices (at right), show details of proposed projects to be considered by the planning committee. Planning committee agendas are available below.
Content - City Hall - Committee - Planning Committee Notice
Beginning April 16, all Planning Committee meetings will be held online. Residents will be able to live stream meetings via the Kingston City Council YouTube channel and can participate in meetings by contacting the Clerk’s Department. All meetings will begin at the regularly scheduled time.
Provide comments or participate in a planning committee meeting
Residents wanting to provide comments on any of the agenda items can submit written correspondence by emailing the assigned planner or the committee clerk any time prior to the meeting. For application-specific information and the contact information of the assigned planner, please visit www.CityofKingston.ca/DASH.
While residents are encouraged to make written submissions to committee, members of the public will also be able to provide verbal comments at committee meetings through Zoom. Interested residents can register by visiting the calendar event associated with the specific committee meeting (located in the side bar) and clicking the unique link. Upon registering for a meeting, members of the public will be emailed a link for the Zoom meeting. Registration will be available until the start of the meeting.
To participate in a meeting via telephone, members of the public must register by calling 613-546-4291 extension 1170 and leave a message with their name, phone number and the agenda item(s) them wish to speak to; City staff will then contact the member of the public to confirmation their participation and provide meeting details. Registration will close at 4 p.m. the day of a meeting.
Please review the instruction document for more information.