• Re: Neighbourhood Review of Zoning Regulations

    September 21, 2020

    Re: Neighbourhood Review of Zoning Regulations

    Dear Resident,

    We have arranged a Virtual Community Meeting for Wednesday, October 14, 2020 at 6:00 p.m. If you are unable to participate in the virtual meeting, I have enclosed a survey, which addresses the issues and encourage you to complete and send to Jordan Lee by October 28, 2020.

    The virtual meeting details are as follows:

    Visit: Mississauga.webex.com 

    Meeting #: 172 171 7825       Password: ward1

    If you encounter challenges, you may call into the meeting using: (647) 484-1596

    Meeting Code #: 172 171 7825

    Mobile device (attendees only) +1-647-484-1596,,1721717825## CANADA Toll

    In light of changes that are occurring to housing in your neighbourhood, the City of Mississauga is reviewing the zoning regulations that would apply to your property (see attached map). The implications of potential changes that could affect your property include, but are not limited to:

    1. Permissions for type of housing (e.g. detached dwelling, semi-detached dwelling, townhouse dwelling, etc.)
    2. Minimum lot size and frontage
    3. Required setbacks for buildings and structures
    4. Maximum height of dwelling

    The purpose of the community meeting will be for staff to present potential options for revised zoning regulations for your property. You are welcome to provide feedback on these potential changes, and ask any questions of staff.

    Should you have any questions prior to the scheduled meeting, please contact Jordan Lee, Planner at 905-615-3200 ext. 5732, or by email at jordan.lee@mississauga.ca

    We hope to see you there.

    Lakeview West Neighbourhood Survey – Potential Changes to Zoning By-law

    Due to recent development activity along Roosevelt Road, Enola Avenue, Shaw Drive and Revus Avenue, the City has initiated a review of the R3-75 zoning regulations in the neighbourhood. This is an opportunity for you to express your opinion and provide comments on whether or not you would like to see changes to the existing R3-75 zoning by-law regulations applicable to your neighbourhood. Please refer to the attached map for the study area. All completed surveys will be kept confidential and only your local Councillor and City planning staff will see your response.

    There have been several approvals for the construction of semi-detached houses in the area.  What are your thoughts on the City approving these proposals?

    ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

    Do you want changes to the zoning by-law?

    (Please circle one)

    YES                                     NO

    If your response is YES, please refer to the table below to indicate which current zoning by-law regulations you would like to be changed.

    Regulation Current R3-75 Zoning Regulations More or Less Restrictive?
    Permitted Use Only Detached Dwelling  
    Min. Lot Area 550 m2 (5920 ft2)  
    Min. Lot Frontage 15 m (50 ft)  
    Max. Lot Coverage 35%  
    Min. Front Yard 7.5 m (25 ft)  
    Min. Side Yard 1.2 m (4 ft) + 0.61 m (2 ft) for each additional storey  
    Min. Rear Yard 7.5 m (25 ft)  
    Max. Dwelling Unit Depth 20 m (66 ft)  
    Max. Height 9.5 m (32 ft) for sloped roof; 7.5 m (25 ft) for flat roof  

     

     

    Name: _________________________________

    Address: _______________________________

    Email: __________________________________

    Please submit survey by mail or email to the City by October 28, 2020:

    Jordan Lee
    Planner – Special Projects
    Planning and Building Department
    300 City Centre Drive, 6th Floor
    Mississauga, ON, L5B 3C1
    Email: jordan.lee@mississauga.ca

    Sincerely,

    Stephen Dasko

     

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