Land Use Bylaw 1P2007 maps
The 1P2007 Land Use Maps (see below) show the new Land Use District for each parcel of land in the City. These Land Use Districts came into effect June 1, 2008.
The Floodway / Flood fringe maps show the Floodway and Flood fringe areas of the Bow and Elbow Rivers and the Nose and West Nose Creeks. These maps apply to all the city excluding the Downtown and Beltline.
The Floodway / Floodplain maps show the Floodway, Floodplain and Overland Flood Area of the Bow and Elbow Rivers and the Nose and West Nose Creeks. These maps only apply to land in the Downtown and Beltline.
Land Use Maps
The Land Use Bylaw 1P2007 provides a completely new array of land use districts. Therefore, all parcels of land in The City were redesignated when the new Bylaw came into effect June 1, 2008. To accomplish this, the existing land use for every property had to be reviewed and analyzed to determine the most appropriate new land use district designation for it.
The land use analysis and district transition process followed several guiding principles to ensure an equitable and consistent approach. As a general principle, the existing land use designation of a site was changed to the closest matching land use district in the new Land Use Bylaw.
Principles of the Transitioning Process
To facilitate the goals of the Land Use Bylaw and the purposes of the districts
To be consistent with existing policy, such as area structure plans, area redevelopment plans or other approved community planning policies
To facilitate clarity and legibility, so that land use maps are more representative of the development that is on, or allowed on, a parcel
To be consistent and equitable
To maintain a parcel's development potential, to the extent possible, recognizing the new Land Use Bylaw will include adjustments to processes and standards
Where possible to replace existing Direct Control districts with a new districts from the Proposed Land Use Bylaw, where the new districts closely match the regulations of the Direct Control Bylaw.
The Land Use (Zoning) Maps on this site show how the new districts in Land Use Bylaw 1P2007 have been applied to land in The City. They are provided for reference purposes only so please carefully read the disclaimer located at the bottom of the page.
To search for a specific address, please visit My Property. After entering an address, note the old and the new land use district. Follow the link to see the rationale that explains the change.
Hard copies of the Land Use Bylaw maps will be available in the Fall.
Should you require further information, please call 3-1-1.
This map forms part of the Land Use Bylaw 1P2007.
The Land Use Bylaw and the map have been adopted by Council and became effective on June 1, 2008. The City of Calgary provides this information in good faith but it provides no warranty, nor accepts any liability arising from any incorrect, incomplete or misleading information or its improper use. This information may be updated on a daily basis as changes occur.