For more information regarding any of the new and ongoing developments in the Township, please contact:
Director of Planning/EDO
(613) 534-8889 ext 205
Housekeeping Update V to the Zoning By-law - Z-2019-09
The Township is updating Zoning By-law 2011-100 and will be hosting a public meeting on September 18th, 2019 at 7:00 PM where Council and staff will be seeking public input on potential changes including, but not limited to:
- Increasing the maximum height permitted for accessory buildings in the Rural and Agricultural zones and clarifying minimum lot sizes for keeping livestock;
- Updating secondary unit and accessory dwelling standards;
- Reviewing the potential to permit the keeping of chickens or other poultry in urban areas;
- Update standards for cannabis facilities to align with Health Canada licensing;
- Reviewing development standards for corner lots and exterior side yards;
- Consideration of restrictions for parking recreational and other large vehicles in residential areas;
- The creation of a new multi-story mixed-use zone;
- Various changes to definitions and general provisions to improve the clarity of the by-law; and,
- Changes to the zone mapping of eight (8) individual properties to reflect use(s) on the lands and correct any technical errors.
For more information, please contact Peter Young or click the links below:
Long Sault Boundary Adjustment - Official Plan Amendment
An open house will be held by the Township of South Stormont on September 23rd, 2019 from 4:30PM to 7:00PM (Drop-in Format), to provide information and gather feedback from the public on the proposed official plan amendment.
A public meeting will be held on October 9th, 2019 at 7:00 PM at Town Hall, to consider the proposed official plan amendment under Section 22 of the Planning Act.
The Township of South Stormont is proposing to adjust the settlement boundary of Long Sault to include lands identified for future growth and development in the Official Plan. The proposal also seeks to re-designate or remove other lands within the settlement boundary of Long Sault that are either constrained from development or not practically serviceable. These proposed amendments will allow the Township to create a more effective plan for land use and servicing that will guide future development in Long Sault.
Zoning By-law Amendment/Temporary Use By-law Z-2019-10 (Ingram)
16403 and 16399 County Road 36, Long Sault. Rezone from “Rural (RU)” to “Rural – temporary use – 1(RU-t(1))” to allow for a mobile home to be established as a temporary Garden Suite.
Application for Approval of a Plan of Subdivision - 01-SS-S-2019 (Chase Meadows Phase 5)
Application for a proposed subdivision located at the north end of Jim Brownell Boulevard, immediately north of the existing Chase Meadows Subdivision within the Village of Long Sault, at Part of West ½ Lot 35, Concession 5, Geographic Township of Cornwall, Township of South Stormont.
Zoning By-law Amendment Z-2019-02 (Emard)
Rezone part of 23 Moulinette Road from "Residential Serviced - First (RS1)" to "Residential Serviced - Multiples - Special Exception 9 (RS3-9)"
Site Plan Control SP-2018-03 (Moulinette Mini Storage - Brunet)
Proposed mini storage on Moulinette Road, just South of 401 overpass
Site Plan Control SP-2019-01 (OMNI Health Care - Woodland Villa)
Proposed renovation and addition to Woodland Villa Long Term Care Facility, located at 30 Mille Roches Road.
Zoning By-law Amendment (Z-2017-10) & Official Plan Amendment (OPA 33)
The Township of South Stormont held a public meeting on October 30, 2017 at 6:00 PM at South Stormont Fire Station No. 4, 5205 Highway 138, St. Andrews West, ON, to consider a proposed Official Plan Amendment and Zoning By-law Amendment under the Planning Act. Prior to the public meeting, an open house was held from 2:00 PM to 6:00 PM to provide details of applications for a Pit and Quarry Licence under the Aggregate Resources Act (ARA).
The Notice of Public Meeting and reports and studies related to the proposed amendments can be viewed by following the links below:
The Official Plan and Zoning By-law amendments have been appealed to the Local Planning Appeal Tribunal. For more information and to review the current status of the appeal, please visit this site.