Use the Zoning By-law Interactive Map to find the zoning on a property. View links for by-law chapters, sections and exceptions (if applicable) in the text of the Office Consolidation Zoning By-law 569-2013, as amended.

 

Zoning By-law 569-2013 is a comprehensive, city-wide zoning by-law, made up of zoning regulations that apply to properties across the city. Before the amalgamation of the City of Toronto in 2002, each of the former municipalities had their own zoning by-laws. Zoning By-law 569-2013 harmonizes many zoning regulations of Toronto’s pre-amalgamation municipalities.

Zoning By-law 569-2013 is available in digital format on-line. Both the text and the interactive map can be found at the link below. These links let you look up the zoning that applies to properties across the city.

Look up zoning information for your property

The Zoning By-law is updated regularly to ensure that the regulations accurately reflect any changes to the by-law due to amendments or the outcome of appeals to the Ontario Land Tribunal. The Office Consolidation was last completed on March 9, 2022. Zoning by-law amendments for the King-Parliament Secondary Plan area that were adopted by Council on May 5, 2021, are included in the Interactive Map. However, these amendments are under appeal. Maps of the in-force zoning and height for the area are provided for convenience.

The consolidated Zoning By-law 569-2013 regulation text is available in both PDF and HTML formats, linked below.

If your property is shown in grey, it is subject to a Former Municipal Zoning By-law. If you have questions please contact Toronto Building Customer Service either at a Customer Service Counter or by phone at (416) 397-5330.

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The PDF versions of Zoning By-law 569-2013 may contain information that you have difficulty viewing. If you require a more detailed explanation, please contact Toronto Building Customer Service at (416) 397-5330.

To confirm those sections of Zoning By-law 569-2013 which remain under appeal, please review the PDF version of the by-law, where the text of the sections which remain under appeal are highlighted. The web version of the by-law does not include highlighting to reflect the appealed regulations.