New Zoning Bylaw

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The City is preparing a new City-wide Zoning Bylaw to consolidate, update and replace the five separate, outdated zoning bylaws currently in effect across the City.

The new Zoning Bylaw will provide one comprehensive framework to guide and structure land use planning and development across the City.

Learn more about the New Zoning Bylaw.


Share your questions and comments on the draft New Zoning Bylaw by 4 p.m. on Nov. 5.

Staff are collecting comments on the second draft of the New Zoning Bylaw through Konveio, a program that integrates with Get Involved Kingston. Konveio allows you to share your questions and comments directly in the document as you read through it.

  • You will need to be logged into your Get Involved Kingston account to comment in Konveio. Go to the “draft New Zoning Bylaw” tab and click the image of the bylaw. This will open the draft bylaw in a new tab.
  • In the top left-hand corner of the page, you can open the “Table of Contents.” This will allow you to navigate to specific sections in the document.
  • You can also navigate through the document by moving your cursor over the document and scrolling up or down.
  • If you have a question or comment about anything in the draft bylaw, hover over the section and click. This will bring up a comment box that will allow you to type your question or comment. You can also categorize the type of comment. Click “Add comment” to post it.

Questions and comments visible to other residents and will be associated with your Get Involved Kingston username. You can also read and comment on other resident suggestions in the document.

You can find more information in Konveio’s Participant Guide.

If you have a comment that you’d like to share directly with planning staff, email NewZBL@cityofkingston.ca. You can download a PDF of the New Zoning Bylaw here.

New Zoning Bylaw banner


The City is preparing a new City-wide Zoning Bylaw to consolidate, update and replace the five separate, outdated zoning bylaws currently in effect across the City.

The new Zoning Bylaw will provide one comprehensive framework to guide and structure land use planning and development across the City.

Learn more about the New Zoning Bylaw.


Share your questions and comments on the draft New Zoning Bylaw by 4 p.m. on Nov. 5.

Staff are collecting comments on the second draft of the New Zoning Bylaw through Konveio, a program that integrates with Get Involved Kingston. Konveio allows you to share your questions and comments directly in the document as you read through it.

  • You will need to be logged into your Get Involved Kingston account to comment in Konveio. Go to the “draft New Zoning Bylaw” tab and click the image of the bylaw. This will open the draft bylaw in a new tab.
  • In the top left-hand corner of the page, you can open the “Table of Contents.” This will allow you to navigate to specific sections in the document.
  • You can also navigate through the document by moving your cursor over the document and scrolling up or down.
  • If you have a question or comment about anything in the draft bylaw, hover over the section and click. This will bring up a comment box that will allow you to type your question or comment. You can also categorize the type of comment. Click “Add comment” to post it.

Questions and comments visible to other residents and will be associated with your Get Involved Kingston username. You can also read and comment on other resident suggestions in the document.

You can find more information in Konveio’s Participant Guide.

If you have a comment that you’d like to share directly with planning staff, email NewZBL@cityofkingston.ca. You can download a PDF of the New Zoning Bylaw here.

  • Paige's Community Connections Blog: The Power of Parking and Kingston’s Future

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    Internationally recognized urbanist Brent Toderian has joined me as co-author of this blog post to highlight the critical and transformative work we have been collaborating on over the past year on the future of Kingston’s approach to managing parking. Brent Toderian is a city planning consultant with TODERIAN UrbanWORKS, an ongoing advisor to the City of Kingston on city planning and transportation since 2018, and the co-author of The Power of Parking with the City’s Planning Services staff.

    Read the complete blog post.

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