- A Zoning Bylaw establishes specific land use regulations through the creation of land use zones
- Implements the objectives and policies of an Official Community Plan (OCP)
- Zoning and Official Community Plan Boundary Map
Note: Online copies of the bylaws are NOT legal versions of the bylaws and are courtesy copies only. They may not include recent amendments.
Contaminated Site Remediation
Effective February 1, 2021, the Peace River Regional District will be implementing the Ministry of Environment and Climate Change Strategy’s site identification process in the region. You can get more information about the process here.
If you are submitting an application for rezoning, development permit or a building permit, you must fill out the Contaminated Site Declaration form.
If you answer yes (by selecting second option on the Declaration form), please contact the planning staff who will ask you to fill out the Site Disclosure Statement.
Current Zoning Bylaws are:
PRRD Zoning Bylaw No. 1343, 2001
This zoning bylaw comprises of the immediate area around Dawson Creek, Fort St John and Chetwynd
Peace River Regional District Zoning Bylaw No. 1343, 2001
PRRD Zoning Bylaw No. 1000, 1996
This zoning bylaw comprises portions of the land North of the Peace River. For example: Pink Mountain, Rose Prairie, Halfway, Prespatou, & Buick Creek. Please see maps.
Peace River Regional District Zoning Bylaw No. 1000, 1996
Dawson Creek Rural Zoning Bylaw No. 479, 1986
This zoning bylaw comprises portions of the Rural South Peace Area within the Peace River Regional District. For example: Farmington, Arras, Progress, Rolla and One Island Lake. Please see maps.
Dawson Creek Rural Area Zoning Bylaw No. 479, 1986
Chetwynd Rural Zoning Bylaw No. 506, 1986
This zoning bylaw comprises portions of the Rural West Peace Area within the Peace River Regional District. For example: Wabi Hill, Jackfish Lake, Hasler Flats and East Pine. Please see maps.
Chetwynd Rural Area Zoning Bylaw No. 506, 1986