Zoning Bylaw Update - Latest Updates
Zoning bylaw put on hold to complete Central Kingston Growth and Infill Strategy
The first draft of the new zoning bylaw was released to the public on October 27, 2016. The regulatory framework recommended by the Central Kingston Growth and Infill Strategy will form an important component of the new zoning bylaw. Therefore, further advancement of the new zoning bylaw is put on hold until the Central Kingston Growth and Infill Strategy is complete. The recommendations of the strategy will be incorporated into the second draft of the new zoning bylaw, which is now anticipated to be released in 2019. During this time, staff will continue to work to resolve a number of "bucket issues" (e.g. short-term rentals such as Airbnb, public versus public school permissions, etc.) that have been identified through the zoning bylaw review process.
The first draft of the bylaw is available for public review and comment:
- Draft Zoning Bylaw (6 MB)
- Draft Rural Area Zoning Maps (30 MB)
- Draft Urban Area Zoning Maps (44 MB)
- Draft Schedules (2 MB)
In addition to the PDF versions of the rural area and urban area zoning maps provided above, the zoning maps can also be viewed on tab 6 of the City's interactive Planning and Development Map.
Comments on the first draft can be submitted via the online form or directly to:
Project manager, Planning division
613-546-4291, ext. 3217
The information and material provided is being made available to enable the public to understand the proposed draft of the City-Wide Zoning Bylaw that will ultimately be considered by City Council, and to give the public an opportunity to review and ask questions about the proposed draft bylaw. This information is provided for public consultation purposes only. The new City-wide Zoning Bylaw has not been approved by City Council.