Zoning By-law 2014-014 is the comprehensive zoning by-law applying to all properties in Oakville south of Dundas Street and north of Highway 407. It is the rule book controlling how land and buildings are used, the location of buildings on a lot, building heights, and other provisions necessary to ensure proper development. It was developed through the inZone project, which ran from October 2011 to February 2014, and implements the policies of the Livable Oakville Plan. Remaining lands in Oakville are covered by the North Oakville Zoning By-law 2009-189, as amended.
Zoning By-law 2014-014 was passed by Council on February 25, 2014, and partially deemed in force by the Ontario Municipal Board on February 23, 2015. Since then, additional sections have been deemed in force by the Board. Certain sections of the by-law are not yet in force, as noted throughout the document. Properties or regulations under appeal are covered with a blue tone. On these matters, compliance with both Zoning By-law 1984-63 and Zoning By-law 2014-014 is required.
This consolidation and the mapping available through Explore Oakville have been prepared for convenience. For accurate reference, please refer to the original decisions.
User's Guide (non-statutory) (pdf)
Part 1 – Administration (pdf)
Part 2 – Establishment of Zones (pdf)
Part 3 – Definitions (pdf)
Part 4 – General Provisions (pdf)
Part 5 – Parking, Loading, and Stacking Provisions (pdf)
Part 6 – Residential Zones (pdf)
Part 7 – Midtown Oakville Zones (pdf)
Part 8 – Mixed Use Zones (pdf)
Part 9 – Commercial Zones (pdf)
Part 10 – Employment Zones (pdf)
Part 11 – Institutional and Community Use Zones (pdf)
Part 12 – Open Space Zone (pdf)
Part 13 – Environmental Zones (pdf)
Part 14 – Other Zones (pdf)
Part 15 – Special Provisions (pdf)
Part 16 – Holding Provisions (pdf)
Part 17 – Interim Control By-laws (pdf)
Part 18 – Temporary Use Permissions (pdf)
Part 19 – Maps (pdf)
Part 19 – Maps (link to Explore Oakville)
Part 20 – Enactment (pdf)
Appendix A: Approximate Location of the Conservation Authority Regulation Limits (pdf)
Appendix B: Approximate Location of the Highway Corridor (pdf)
Appendix C: Approximate Location of the Pipeline Corridors (pdf)
For more information you may contact a zoning officer at 905-845-6601, ext. 7376 or through email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You may also visit Explore Oakville to determine the zoning for a particular property.