The Land Use Bylaw is the key tool used to regulate and control the use and development of all land and buildings within the Town of Ponoka. It categorizes all titled lands by District; each with its own prescribed uses, regulations and standards to be complied with.
Land Use Bylaw 453-21 governs, among other things, the development permit approval process and all land use rezoning applications. It was adopted by Council and can only be amended by a bylaw by Council. If you are wondering what development items require a permit, please click here, or view the information sheets below.
Land Use Bylaw Districts Map
Citizens can view an interactive Geographic Information System (GIS) map that shows the Land Use Bylaw Districts. To view the map, please click here.
Citizens may apply to amend the regulations and/or the land use district (Zone) of a parcel of land within the Land Use Bylaw. Please view the forms below on information about Land Use Bylaw Amendment forms.
|Land Use Bylaw Amendment Form
|Land Use Bylaw Amendment Fees
|Letter of Intent Form
|Letter of Authorization Form