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Zoning By-law 10-04 for the Town of Gravenhurst was approved by Council on April 20, 2010. The Zoning By-law implements land use policies of the Town of Gravenhurst Official Plan by regulating and controlling specific land uses on individual properties. The By-law pertains to all lands within the boundaries of the Municipality of the Town of Gravenhurst.

A Zoning By-law contains a number of zones and sets out the permitted uses of land, minimum lot dimensions, building and structure locations, permitted types of buildings and structures, as well as parking and landscape requirements. Zoning maps are available to assist in determining the zoning of a property (see links below) for a part of the by-law as well as specific lot provisions and amendments.

Through zoning, a municipality can guide and shape the pattern of development that occurs. The requirements in a Zoning By-law help to determine the physical appearance of a community.

For searches related to a specific property address, you may find it helpful to access zoning information through the District of Muskoka Web Map.

House Keeping Amendments to the Zoning By-law and Mapping.

Staff regularly consolidate the By-law and report to Council on minor inconsistencies and updates that have come to light since the passage of the Comprehensive Zoning By-law 10-04 Council approved on April 20th, 2010.

The Proposed amendments may relate to the text of the By-law including points of clarification, interpretation and Mapping Schedules.

The following is a list of current amendments:

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