Rezoning

When Rezoning is Necessary

Changes to zoning become necessary when a property owner wants to use his/her land in a manner that is not permitted under their current zoning.  Changes to land use therefore, require a rezoning to their zoning classification.

What is My Current Zone?

You can find out your current zone by visiting our mapping application.

What is the Purpose of the Rezoning Process?

The rezoning process enables Council the ability to thoroughly review potential impacts to the community in which changes in land use, density or building form may cause.

Zoning Information in Chilliwack

The Zoning Bylaw describes current zones and their allowable uses in Chilliwack.

How Much Time Does the Process Take?

The amount of time a rezoning process can take varies depending on the complexity of the application and the length of time the applicant takes in completing zoning prerequisites.  Please visit our Rezoning Process page for more information about some of the variables that can affect timelines.

Rezoning Process

The rezoning process is a 6 stage process.

How Much Does the Rezoning Process Cost?

Costs can vary, but here are some basic starting points:

Basic Fees $1,500
OCP Amendment (added to basic fees) $535
These additional variables can increase fees: - # of units
- # of hectares
- Commercial / Industrial Use


How Can I Find Out More?

For additional information or to start the rezoning process, contact:

Planning & Strategic Initiatives Department
Phone:  604.793.2906

Email: info@chilliwack.com

Rezoning Application

Additional forms related to rezoning and variance applications.

 

 

Attachments
Description Date File Size
Rezoning Brochure 2017-02-21 342KB

Rezoning Process

The rezoning a property is a 6 stage process.