Winnipeg zoning bylaws

The Winnipeg zoning bylaws divide each part of the city into zoning districts to separate residential, commercial and industrial land. Each zoning district has regulations that describe how land can be used and the types of structures/buildings that can be developed. Certain land uses are permitted outright, others are permitted with conditional approval, and some are prohibited. There are also rules for the location and the size of structures/buildings, such as lot coverage, required parking and minimum landscaping requirements.

It is important to review zoning bylaw requirements before applying for a development permit.  

Winnipeg Zoning By-law 200/2006

The Winnipeg Zoning By-law No. 200/2006 applies to all areas of the ddcity outside of the Downtown Winnipeg Zoning By-law 100/2004 boundaries. It is intended to promote the orderly use and development of property and structures, support the health and general welfare of the city, and implement the provisions of OurWinnipeg and the adopted Secondary Plans included in Schedule A.

Winnipeg Downtown Zoning By-law 100/2004

The Winnipeg Downtown Zoning By-law No. 100/2004 applies to the downtown area only and is intended to advance OurWinnipeg downtown policies.

More information:

  • For zoning bylaw inquiries, please call Permits Direct Line at 204-986-5140
  • Copies of zoning maps can be purchased from Land Information Services by contacting mapping
  • To look up the zoning of a specific property, search the Citizen’s Information Service

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