Zoning Bylaw 12800
The Zoning Bylaw contains the rules and regulations for the development of land in Edmonton. For the purpose of land development, the City of Edmonton is divided into zones.
There are 15 residential zones and seven commercial zones. The zone that a particular property is located in determines what can be built on that property.
Guidelines are also in place for developing in mature neighbourhoods; please see the regulations in the
Mature Neighbourhood Overlay for detailed information.
Components of the Zoning Bylaw
The Zoning Bylaw is divided into four parts:
- (DC2) Site Specific Development Control Provision for individual sites.
- DC2 Development Agreements for comprehensively Planned Development Districts.
- (DC1) Direct Development Control Provision for individual sites usually associated with Area Re-development Plans (ARPs) and/or Historic Designations.
The Zoning Bylaw, 12800 is available in PDF format.
The following information is also available:
Please note that the map showing the Airport Protection Overlay Schedule for the City Centre Airport (Section 810A) is not included in the zoning map. For more information on how to apply the Airport Protection Overlay, contact the Current Planning Service Centre or call 311.
All current and proposed zoning is available at maps.edmonton.ca.
Zoning confirmation letter
A zoning confirmation letter is written confirmation from the City of Edmonton stating the zone that a particular property is located in. If you require this service, please visit Zoning Confirmation Letters for more information. There is a fee for a confirmation letter.
Zoning Bylaw Text Amendments
The regulations in the Zoning Bylaw can be changed by City Council. Please visit Zoning Bylaw Text Amendments for more information.
For more information:
Current Planning Service Centre
5th floor, 10250 - 101 Street
Edmonton, AB T5J 3P4
Hours of Operation:
Monday to Friday
8am to 4:30pm
In Edmonton: 311
Outside Edmonton: 780-442-5311