King Township has initiated a review of its zoning for the rural areas and hamlets within the Township, which are currently regulated by the Township’s Comprehensive Zoning By-law 74-53, as amended. The outcome of this review is anticipated to be a new comprehensive Rural Area Zoning By-law. The rural area encompasses the Countryside and Hamlet designations, as well as the Nobleton Village Reserve Lands. The rural area excludes the urban Villages of King City, Nobleton and Schomberg. Please visit the Rural Area Zoning By-law Review Page on SpeaKING for more information.
Zoning By-laws determine the permitted uses of a property. (Note: these are very large documents to view - you can acquire specific details from the Planning Department) To acquire a copy or to inquire please contact the Zoning Examiner for the Township of King within the Planning Division.
The Planning Department may be contacted to clarify permitted uses or definitions within our Zoning By-laws. If an issue is determined to be in contradiction to the zoning by-law, then the matter is handled and investigated by the By-Law Enforcement Services. Click here how to file a complaint.
Comprehensive Zoning By-law 74-53, as amended (All lands within the Township of King except those within the Nobleton, King City and Schomberg Urban Areas, see By-laws 2016-71 and 2017-66 below)