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Zoning

Zoning is a way of regulating the use of land by designating properties for a specific use or range of uses, density siting and building form. In Rossland, properties are assigned a specific zone, which is described in the zoning bylaw and amendments to this bylaw.

Zoning Bylaws are not the only regulatory tool that may impact the development of your property. It is important to review your title and strata regulations and to contact the City for more details on development considerations.

To determine the zoning of a particular property look at the Interactive Mapping Program or contact the Planning Department.

See the attachments below for a copy of the Zoning bylaw or extracts from it.

Zoning Bylaw_consolidated

 

Section 1-Basic Provisions

Section 2-Administration

Section 3-Definitions

Section 4-General Regulations

Section 5-Establishment of Zones

Section 6-Residential Zones

Section 7-Commercial Zones

Section 8-Light Industrial Zones

Section 9-Public, Institutional, Parks and Open space Zones

Section 10-Comprehensive Development Zones

Section 11-Offstreet Parking and Loading

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