The new Zoning By-law for the Schomberg and King City Urban Areas No. 2017-66 was passed by Council on June 26, 2017. The By-law is currently under appeal to the Ontario Municipal Board (OMB).
History of the Zoning By-law Review Process
Thank you to all who participated in the Schomberg & King City Zoning By-law Review! The input received was valuable in helping to shape the new Zoning By-law.
Previous Documents & Information
Please note that the previous drafts of the ZBL for the Urban Areas of Schomberg and King City also incorporated the new Nobleton ZBL, as one Urban Areas Zoning By-law. In response to comments received on the final draft of the Urban Areas Zoning By-law, the final ZBL resulting from the Schomberg and King City phase of the Review has been restructured and no longer applies to the Nobleton urban area. The Nobleton urban area continues to be subject to the Nobleton Urban Area Zoning By-law 2016-71 that resulted from the first phase of the ZBL Review. Nobleton ZBL 2016-71 is now in effect.
Mature Neighbourhoods Design Workshops
Mature Neighbourhoods Design Workshops were held in King City on June 29, 2016 and Schomberg on July 12, 2016 to review options for conserving the character of older existing residential neighbourhoods. Thank you to all who participated in the workshops for providing valuable input into the zoning by-law review process. Comments provided during the workshops are summarized in the draft King City & Schomberg Zoning By-law Review Discussion Paper (August 2016).
Interested specifically in Nobleton? Click here for the latest on the new Nobleton Urban Area Zoning By-law 2016-71!
Please note that while the new zoning for the Nobleton Urban Area is incorporated into the DRAFT Urban Areas Zoning By-law above, the new Nobleton Zoning By-law 2016-71 underwent a separate Zoning By-law Review process, and the final document is available here, along with the latest updates.
Should you have any questions or comments, please contact:
Kristen Harrison, MCIP, RPP
Township of King