What is the zoning on my property?
The Regional District of Fraser-Fort George has developed an online mapping system that can help you find the zoning of a specific parcel. You can access the online mapping here: RD Geo
Should you need further assistance in determining the zoning of a specific parcel contact the planning department at 250-960-4400 or at email@example.com
How do I change the zoning on my property?
To change the zoning on a parcel of land an application to the Regional District is required. You can find more information regarding the Zoning Bylaw amendment process here: Zoning Bylaw Brochure
A link to a Zoning Bylaw amendment application and application process information can also be found here: Make an Application
How do I find out the owner of a specific piece of land?
Where can I find the setbacks if I want to build a structure on my property?
Does the Regional District issue business licenses?
No, the Regional District does not issue business licenses. Commercial or Industrial uses are regulated through Zoning Bylaw No. 2892.
Should you need further assistance in determining if a business can be established on a specific parcel contact the planning department at 250-960-4400 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
Where can I find information regarding development on a lakeshore property?
Am I permitted to have a secondary suite or a second residence on my rural property?
Who is my Electoral Area Director?
How do I receive a civic address?
To obtain a civic address, the property owner must submit a property site plan to the Regional District. Information about house numbering can be found here: Additional Services Provided.
Should you need further assistance in obtaining a civic address contact the planning department at 250-960-4400 or at email@example.com.
How do I know if a parcel of land is private or crown land?
How do I know if my land is within the ALR?
How do I obtain Farm Status?
Where do I obtain sewage information for my property?
Where do I obtain information about wells?
Where can I get a copy of my property survey?
The Land Title and Survey Authority of British Columbia is the provincial body that has jurisdiction regarding survey plans (or ownership information). Under provincial legislation regarding the protection and privacy of information, the Regional District is not authorized to release survey plans (or ownership information) from LTSA, only the LTSA may do that.
The contact information for the LTSA is:
Toll Free: 1-877-577-LTSA (5872)