The Zoning Bylaw Renewal Initiative

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Engagement has concluded

We Want to Hear from You on Edmonton's NEW Draft Zoning Bylaw!

Edmonton's Zoning Bylaw has undergone its FIRST comprehensive rebuild, rethinking what and why the City regulates land use and development - and Phase 2 of engagement involves hearing from YOU as to how it can be further refined.


Engagement Extended: Edmontonians have until December 23, 2022 to provide feedback on the draft Zoning Bylaw and "Know Your Zone" Rezoning Map.


Get Involved

Zoning is everywhere in our city. It sets the rules for what types of development can go where and the types of activities that occur there. It's the rulebook of how to build and use land in Edmonton. There are a number of ways to get involved and share your thoughts about the role zoning plays in the city we're building together, from now until December 23, 2022.

Tour the draft Zoning Bylaw in its entirety, using the interactive table of contents to find sections of interest. Be sure to comment throughout using the guided feedback tool. Looking for a simpler, condensed version, complete with illustrations? Visit the Zoning Bylaw Overview, and be sure to share your thoughts using the guided feedback tool.

  • Provide feedback on our approach to Special Areas. This is the place to go if you live, work or play in areas that have Special Area Zoning. Refer to this map to view all special areas across Edmonton.
  • Provide feedback on our approach to the Main Streets Overlay and Mature Neighbourhood Overlay. These documents provide a detailed rationale for the City’s proposed approach to retiring these overlays.

Using the new Rezoning Map, get to Know Your Zone by pulling up your residence, local coffee shop or business. Circle back to the draft Zoning Bylaw to understand how it will apply to all your favourite spots.

Check out the new forever home of the Zoning Bylaw - where sample draft content has been included to garner feedback on the platform’s usability and ideas as to how it might be improved, which you can provide here.


Learn More

Take a moment to read about key topics brought to our attention through The City Plan and other public engagements.

Check out the following videos:

To find out more about the zoning renewal, visit us here and don't miss out on the City's newest podcast series  which 'brought zoning back to earth for people'. You may also want to check out these videos, specific to the ZBR, District Planning, and City Plan.

We Want to Hear from You on Edmonton's NEW Draft Zoning Bylaw!

Edmonton's Zoning Bylaw has undergone its FIRST comprehensive rebuild, rethinking what and why the City regulates land use and development - and Phase 2 of engagement involves hearing from YOU as to how it can be further refined.


Engagement Extended: Edmontonians have until December 23, 2022 to provide feedback on the draft Zoning Bylaw and "Know Your Zone" Rezoning Map.


Get Involved

Zoning is everywhere in our city. It sets the rules for what types of development can go where and the types of activities that occur there. It's the rulebook of how to build and use land in Edmonton. There are a number of ways to get involved and share your thoughts about the role zoning plays in the city we're building together, from now until December 23, 2022.

Tour the draft Zoning Bylaw in its entirety, using the interactive table of contents to find sections of interest. Be sure to comment throughout using the guided feedback tool. Looking for a simpler, condensed version, complete with illustrations? Visit the Zoning Bylaw Overview, and be sure to share your thoughts using the guided feedback tool.

  • Provide feedback on our approach to Special Areas. This is the place to go if you live, work or play in areas that have Special Area Zoning. Refer to this map to view all special areas across Edmonton.
  • Provide feedback on our approach to the Main Streets Overlay and Mature Neighbourhood Overlay. These documents provide a detailed rationale for the City’s proposed approach to retiring these overlays.

Using the new Rezoning Map, get to Know Your Zone by pulling up your residence, local coffee shop or business. Circle back to the draft Zoning Bylaw to understand how it will apply to all your favourite spots.

Check out the new forever home of the Zoning Bylaw - where sample draft content has been included to garner feedback on the platform’s usability and ideas as to how it might be improved, which you can provide here.


Learn More

Take a moment to read about key topics brought to our attention through The City Plan and other public engagements.

Check out the following videos:

To find out more about the zoning renewal, visit us here and don't miss out on the City's newest podcast series  which 'brought zoning back to earth for people'. You may also want to check out these videos, specific to the ZBR, District Planning, and City Plan.

Engagement has concluded

If you have a question that isn't addressed in our 'Frequently Asked Questions', please email zoningbylawrenewal@edmonton.ca. We'll make every effort to get back to you within 1 - 2 days.