Southgate Zoning By-Law

Southgate Zoning By-law

What is a zoning by-law?

A zoning by-law controls the use of land in the community. The zoning by-law states exactly:
  • How land may be used, including what uses are permitted on a property
  • where buildings and other structures can be located, including setbacks from the street
  • the types of buildings permitted, building heights
  • minimum lot sizes & dimensions
  • parking requirements
The Township of Southgate has passed a Comprehensive Zoning By-law, which separates land with a common purpose into different zoning categories.

Zoning By-laws also implement the objectives and policies of the Official Plan. A zoning by-law is a legal way of managing land use and future development. The purpose of the zoning by-law is also to separate uses to reduce the land use conflicts between uses.

Southgate Zoning By-law – Consolidated 2012

Associated Zoning By-Law Schedules (maps)

Do you like interactive maps? Check your property with the Grey County GIS system!

Go to http://maps.grey.ca/

The Grey Flex GIS site can help you:
  • Find a property on a map (using fire/civic address or tax roll #)
  • See high-quality Aerial Photo of an area
  • Check zoning of a property or area
  • Check the Grey County Official Plan designations of a  property or area
  • See any identified Environmental Hazards (flood plain, wetlands, natural environment)
All information on this website is provided as a public resource of general information. Every effort is made to ensure that the documents on this website are accurate and contain the latest amendments; however, the Township of Southgate does not guarantee or accept any responsibility for accuracy, reliability, currency or completeness of information provided here.