Zoning By-Law 500 Consolidated Edition and Amendments
The Zoning By-law regulates the use, size, height, density, and location of buildings on properties within Georgina. The purpose of the Zoning By-law is to regulate what, where and how much you can build on a property. The By-law is made up of:
- Words and Numbers - called "regulations" or "provisions" state how land may be used, where buildings and other structures can be located, the types and heights of buildings that are permitted, the lot sizes and dimensions, parking requirements, and setbacks from the street.
- Maps - called "Schedules" identifies the property's zone type and category. Zones range from Residential to Commercial to Industrial well as Institional and Rural.
Date of Adoption: July 7, 1994 | Approved by the Ontario Municipal Board: August 24, 1995 | Latest Revision: August 19, 2019