Official Plans are statutory documents that set out land use policy direction for long-term
growth and development in the Township, taking into consideration the economic, social, and
environmental needs of the Municipality.
Zoning By-laws regulate the use, size, height, density and location of buildings on properties
within the Township. The Township has a separate By-law (2005-23) that contains provisions
regulating lands within the Oak Ridges Moraine.
|Heritage||Under the Ontario Heritage Act (OHA), municipalities are responsible for identifying, |
evaluating and conserving heritage properties through their Heritage Advisory Committee
and staff. The municipality is required to keep a current municipal heritage register of
properties which Council believes to be of cultural heritage value or interest. This is
commonly referred to as a "Listed" or "Designated" property in the heritage register.
Township produced documents guiding development in King City, Nobleton, Schomberg and the Township's Employment Areas
Documents pertaining to timely development projects, studies and reviews of Township documents
Links to Township Reference Documents
Forms for Planning Act Applications including Official Plan and Zoning Amendments, Plans of Subdivision and Site Plan Development
Committee of Adjustment
The Committee of Adjustment reviews and makes decisions on Minor Variance and Consent Applications, under the Planning Act
Useful links to relevant external agencies and planning related information