Zoning Bylaw

The New Westminster Zoning Bylaw is a document which includes requirements such as:

  • the types of uses which are allowed on a property (e.g. retail stores, libraries, residential units),
  • the allowed density (e.g. number of residential units and/or amount of floor space),
  • building height, and
  • the amount of parking.

The Zoning Bylaw is also an important tool for implementing City policies and objectives. Every property in New Westminster is assigned to a zoning district.

To find a property's zoning, use CityViews, our interactive mapping system.

Zoning Bylaw 6680, 2001
(consolidated July 8, 2019)

        List of Amendments

100. Introduction - Definitions, Parking, General Regulations, etc.

200. Agricultural Districts

300. One & Two Unit Residential Districts

400. Multi-Unit Residential Districts

500. Commercial Districts

600. Institutional Districts

700. Industrial Districts

1000. Comprehensive Development Districts

          Appendices

The City of New Westminster Zoning Bylaw No. 6680 was adopted by Council on September 17, 2001.  Subsequent amendment bylaws have been combined with the original bylaw for convenience only.  This consolidation is not a legal document.  Certified copies of the original bylaws should be consulted for all interpretations and applications of the bylaws on this subject.

The bylaw numbers highlighted in this consolidation refer to the bylaws that amended the principal Bylaw No. 6680, 2001.  The number of any amending bylaw that has been repealed is not referred to in this consolidation.

Amendment bylaws are obtainable from the City Clerk’s Office.