Active Applications

We welcome your interest in active applications currently proposed in the City. This page has a map and list of all active applications in the City, including: 

  • Development Permit applications
  • Zoning Bylaw Amendment (rezoning) applications
  • Development Variance Permit applications
  • Official Community Amendment applications
  • Temporary Use Permit applications

Major projects are listed separately.

Residents have the opportunity to be part of the application process at any time by contacting the applicant or City staff. Certain types of applications, such as rezonings and Official Community Plan Amendments may have a Developer Information Session, Town Hall Meeting, Public Hearing, or Public Meeting where interested members of the public can learn about applications and share their input. 

For more information on active applications, please contact the Planning Department at

Major Applications (6+ residential units / non-residential)

Following is a list of active development applications that contain three or more residential units, or are non-residential (i.e. commercial, industrial, or institutional). These commonly include zoning bylaw amendments (rezoning) or development permit applications.

Industrial, Commercial & Institutional

Minor Applications (1-5 residential units)

Following is a list of active development applications that contain one or two residential units. These commonly include rezonings for duplexes and infill houses, as well as development permit applications for streamside protection areas.

Note: Coach House Development Permits are processed concurrently with a Coach House Building Permit and are not included on this list. Email if you have a question about a particular Coach House application. Learn more at

Map of Active Applications

Archived Applications

Applications listed below have gone through the application process and are no longer active. The list below is not a complete archive. For information about past applications not listed below, please email








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