Rezonings

The City’s Zoning Bylaw

The City's Zoning Bylaw implements the City's Official Community Plan by regulating land use and the general form and siting of development.

The Zoning Bylaw defines: permitted uses, development density, siting of buildings, building heights, lot coverage and off-street parking and loading, among other items, within Zoning Districts (i.e., zones).

Rezoning

Owners of property may apply to amend the zoning on their property. Any Rezoning (Zoning Bylaw Map Amendment) must be in accordance with the City's Official Community Plan.  Any development permit or building permit issued by the City, or any subdivision approved by the City’s Approving Officer, must also be in accordance with the Zoning Bylaw.

Please consult the relevant bylaws and other documents for specific regulations and requirements or contact Development Planning at 604.927.3430 for more information.

Zoning Bylaw Text Amendments

Zoning Bylaw Text amendments amend a requirement or regulation within the Bylaw affecting a particular zone (e.g., permitted uses or density).  Such amendments would affect all properties within that zone. Like a rezoning, a text amendment must be in accordance with the Official Community Plan.

 

How to Find Zoning on a Property

All land in the City is assigned a zone. The zoning on individual properties is identified on the City's Zoning Bylaw Maps. You can use Q the Map to find the zoning on any property in the City.

  1. Click on the “Planning” layer in Q the Map
  2. Use the “Search” function and type in an address in the address box.
  3. Under the “Layers” function use the “Planning” folder to add zoning information, by checking the Zoning box.

Quick Links
Zoning Bylaw
Fees & Charges
Q the Map
Legal Description of Property
Appointment of Agent for Development Planning Applications

Planning & Development Department

Email: planninganddevelopment@coquitlam.ca 
Phone: 604-927-3430

Note: This webpage is provided only as a guide for public use and convenience. Changes to the information outlined may be made where circumstances warrant. Please consult the City's bylaws and other documents including the Community Charter, Local Government Act, and Land Title Act.