OCP & Zoning Bylaw Amendments

Current Applications

File No. Type Applicant Address Purpose Documents
Z-2018-03 Joint OCP/Zoning Amendment Village of Keremeos Village Wide Textual Housekeeping amendment to amend the Official Community Plan and Zoning Bylaw to revise TC - Tourism Commercial OCP designation and C2 - Tourist Commercial zone.

Initializing Discussion Paper

Referral Document

Draft Amendment Bylaw No. 807-05 and 778-18

Public Notice

Feedback Form

(To complete Feedback Forms, download adobe acrobat first and save a completed copy of the form to your desktop prior to emailing to the Village)

 

Amendments to an Official Community Plan (OCP) Bylaw or Zoning Bylaw may be required when the proposed use or density of a property is not permitted in the current zoning.

 

OCP/Zoning Bylaw Amendment applications require the submission of an application fee, completed application form, a copy of a State of Title Certificate dated no more than 30 days prior to application date, and other supporting documentation (i.e. site and elevation plans).  

 

OCP/Zoning Bylaw Amendment applications are referred to adjacent property owners, Village Departments, Provincial Ministries and outside agencies prior to being considered at a Public Hearing and decided upon by Village Council.  The approval of the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure (MoTI) may also be required for proposals within the vicinity of Provincial Highways.

 

Time to Process Application: Approximately 3 months

Application Fees:

$1000.00 for Zoning Bylaw Amendment

$1000.00 for Official Community Plan Bylaw Amendment

$1500.00 for a Joint OCP/Zoning Bylaw Amendment

 

OCP/Zoning Bylaw Amendment Guide

OCP/Zoning Bylaw Amendment Application Form

 

Information about the OCP/Zoning Bylaw Amendment application process - including requirements for posting Notice of Development signage - can be found within the Village's Land Use Procedures Bylaw by following the link below.

 

Land Use Procedures Bylaw No. 819

Notice of Development Sign Pamphlet