The Zoning Bylaw Renewal Initiative will be informed by a series of technical studies, guiding reports and engagement activities.
Using data and analysis to look at zoning issues, challenges and opportunities.
- These studies explored a variety of topics related to zoning to set the foundation for the new Zoning Bylaw
- : Funded by Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC), this study explores the intersection between zoning, equity, and human rights.
- : This study explores the City’s services, processes, and technology, and how changes to the new Zoning Bylaw can improve the user experience, for both internal and external stakeholders.
Engagement activities with residents, businesses, industry, community organizations and more.
- Engagement activities focused on 3 specific topics: Approach to Zones, Approach to Uses and Approach to Residential Areas; each with a range of ideas to explore.
- : Conversations with community members were facilitated to explore and understand how zoning impacts Edmontonians’ daily lives. Explicit attention was given to ensuring people, specifically Black, Indigenous, and racialized, underrepresented, and marginalized communities, were invited to participate.
- : This report summarizes the feedback received through the Discussion Paper engagement that occurred between July-November 2020.
- : This report summarizes the engagement activities that led to the direction and philosophy of the new Zoning Bylaw.
- Data Analysis: Zoning: This report summarizes how previous City Plan engagement data were reviewed through a zoning lens, to confirm and validate the direction and philosophy of the new Zoning Bylaw.
Information, tools and resources related to zoning.
Zoning Bylaw Renewal Principles and Approach (April 9, 2019)
Zoning Bylaw Renewal Initiative Update and Next Steps (February 2, 2021)
Zoning Bylaw 2020 Work Plan (February 11, 2020)