Purpose of the New Bylaws
Charter Bylaw 20001: Edmonton Zoning Bylaw
To repeal the current Edmonton Zoning Bylaw (Bylaw 12800) and replace it with a new Edmonton Zoning Bylaw (Charter Bylaw 20001).
Edmonton’s Zoning Bylaw is an important regulatory tool that determines what can be built where. The proposed new bylaw aligns with The City Plan’s direction to support Edmonton in becoming a healthy, urban, climate-resilient city of 2 million people.
Charter Bylaw 21001: City-wide Rezoning
To rezone all properties located within Edmonton’s corporate boundaries from existing zones under Zoning Bylaw 12800 (current Zoning Bylaw) to their closest equivalent zones under Charter Bylaw 20001 (proposed new Zoning Bylaw), except Direct Control Zones. Find your proposed new zone using the online map.
The proposed rezoning is necessary to implement the new Zoning Bylaw by changing the zoning of properties city-wide to the new zones in the new Zoning Bylaw.
Affected Locations: All properties within the corporate boundaries of Edmonton, as outlined within the online map, the PDF map in Schedule ‘A’ of Charter Bylaw 21001 and listed in .
View the Bylaws
The proposed bylaws and accompanying reports can be viewed on edmonton.ca/meetings. Locate the City Council Public Hearing date (October 16, 2023) in the Agenda and Meetings section and then select the agenda link to view the bylaws and reports.
View thewith the rationale for the proposed regulations. Green text indicates major changes made since the May 2023 draft Zoning Bylaw.
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