Online resources are now available for residents interested in participating in an online public open house regarding the review of the Comprehensive Zoning By-law.
Please review the following materials, then fill out the online survey by clicking here. The survey closes on May 31. On June 12, a summary of the survey responses will be made available.
The City of Cornwall Planning Division initiated a review of the City’s Comprehensive Zoning By-law No. 751-1969 in January 2020. This process will result in a new Zoning By-law that applies to the entire City. You are invited to participate in an online Public Open House to learn more about the process, how zoning affects your property, and how to provide input. High level land use and zoning matters which have been considered in a Draft Discussion Paper will be presented through a series of online materials, and we will be seeking feedback from the community through an online survey.
A Zoning By-law is a legal document that implements the policies of the City’s Official Plan (Approved 2018). The Zoning By-law translates the land use planning objectives and policies of the Official Plan into detailed standards for how a property may be developed, including:
- the types of uses, buildings, and structures that are permitted on a property;
- lot sizes, lot coverage, and building heights;
- setbacks from streets, lot lines, and waterbodies; and
- parking and landscaping requirements.
Updates will be shared on www.Cornwall.ca/zoningreview.
For more information about the Zoning By-law Review process, you may contact:
Mary Joyce-Smith, MCIP, RPP
Division Manager of Planning
City of Cornwall / Ville de Cornwall
100 Water Street East, 2nd Floor, Cornwall, ON K6H 5T9
Tel: 613-930-2787 ext. 2335
If you have any accessibility requirements in order to participate in the Online Public Open House, please contact Manon L. Levesque, CMO, City Clerk, Manager, Clerk’s Division, City of Cornwall, Tel: 613-930-2787 ext. 2316, Email: email@example.com.
Information will be collected in accordance with the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. With the exception of personal information, all comments will be part of the public record.