An Office Consolidation of City-wide Zoning By-law 569-2013 as amended may be accessed using the interactive map. You may download PDF copies of the text portion of the current office consolidation below and arrange to print them yourself.
The consolidated text of Zoning By-law 569-2013 with amendments up to September 30, 2016 can be accessed directly below:
This version does not incorporate amendments to Zoning By-law 569-2013 which were enacted subsequent to September 30, 2016 and also does not include the following:
|572-2014 (mapping only)
For all amendments to By-law 569-2013 see the list of amendments.
Access the original By-law 569-2013 on the Clerk's website. This single City-wide Zoning By-law was enacted by City Council on May 9, 2013.
An Ontario Municipal Board Pre-Hearing Conference for the appeals of By-law 569-2013, the City-wide Zoning By-law, is scheduled for 10:00 AM on October 4, 2016 at 655 Bay Street, 16th Floor.
On September 13, 2016, the OMB issued a Memorandum of Oral Decision and Order which brought portions of By-law 569-2013 into full force and effect, including the Zoning By-law Map and Overlay Maps for most of the City. The partial approval Order begins on page 28 of the Board's decision: OMB Decision
This is the second partial approval of By-law 569-2013 ordered by the OMB. The first was issued on April 1, 2016 and begins on page 8 of the Board's decision: OMB Decision
Changes to the zoning by-law with respect to Group Homes to eliminate a 250-metre separation distance requirement, and references to the minimum number of people has been approved. The statutory public meeting was held at the May 29, 2014 meeting of Planning and Growth Management Committee (agenda).
Permitted land uses are charted for each zoning category. City-wide maps also illustrate; policy areas, residential, residential apartment, commercial, CR standard sets, employment industrial, institutional, open space and utility zones.
Transitioning from old bylaws to the city-wide zoning bylaw in the treatment of pipeline development applications, recognition of variance and bylaw permissions and treatment of existing buildings.
On May 5, 2016 the Ontario Municipal Board heard the City's motion requesting an amendment to Zoning By-law 569-2013 to extend the Transition Clause Repeal date by 2 years. The Memorandum of Oral Decision and Order issued September 13, 2016 amends the transition clause repeal period in regulation 126.96.36.199(1) of this zoning by-law from the current 3 year period to 5 years.
The City of Toronto will continue to apply the Transition Clause provisions found in Chapter 2 of By-law 569-2013 until May 9, 2018.