The proposed Zoning Bylaw 2019 is the result of a comprehensive review of the City’s existing Zoning Bylaw 9250. This review included extensive consultation with Regina residents, developers, architects, home builders, non-profit housing providers, realtors, and community associations. The City is also consolidating sign regulations together under one new proposed Sign Bylaw.
Remaining Zoning Clinics
Friday, June 7 from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Saturday, June 8 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
May 21 to June 14 from 8 a.m. to 4:45 p.m.
Monday to Friday, excluding May 27
- Vehicle parking
Minimum of 1 required parking stall per dwelling in all residential areas
Parking for commercial/industrial/institutional uses will be calculated based on gross floor area of building
Process to allow for parking reductions
Requirements in all zones to provide bicycle parking stalls for apartments and non-dwelling uses
- 2-unit detached/semi-detached
Will be permitted in previous single dwelling neighbourhoods
- Secondary Suites
Will be allowed in townhouse and semi-detached building forms
- Manufactured Home Parks
Purpose-built manufactured home parks will be allowed in other areas of the City
Will be permitted in more zones
- Smaller lots
Will be permitted in more residential zones as the development standards for minimum lot area and minimum lot frontage have been reduced
- Residential Landscaping
Concrete will no longer be a permissible landscape material
- Lane/driveway access
Changes made to encourage rear lane access to homes
- Infill Overlay
Development within existing neighbourhoods will have to be considerate of existing structures
- Large format retail
Retail buildings above a certain size will be limited to Urban Centres/Corridors
- Light Industrial
Light industrial development will be permitted as part of mixed-use areas
View the Proposed Zoning Map
Proposed Zoning Bylaw map allows you to search for your property and to see what the proposed zone means for your home or business and the surrounding neighbourhood.
Overview of All Zones
Zones are created when a variety of similar land uses are brought together within a common geographic boundary. The proposed Zoning Bylaw includes the zones identified in the charts below.
Reference Summary of Permitted and Discretionary Land Uses
Zoning Bylaw No. 9250 Zone Summary
Residential Zones, Commerical Zones, Industrial Zones, Direct Control District Zones and Special Zones.
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