Public hearing and development planning notices are posted in accordance with government legislation. 

Public Hearing Notices

Public hearings allow affected citizens to provide their views to their elected representatives on the adoption of official community plan bylaws, zoning bylaws, phased development agreement bylaws and bylaws for the early termination of land use contracts. See Public Hearing Information to learn more.

Upcoming Public Hearings
  • There are no Public Hearing notices at this time.

Previous Public Hearing Notices
2024
 
 1120 Glenayre Drive (OCP Amendment and Rezoning Application) – May 7, 2024
 When: Tuesday, May 7, 2024 at 7pm

Where: Electronic meeting or by in-person attendance in Council Chambers, City Hall, 100 Newport Dr., Port Moody, B.C. (see portmoody.ca/ph for details and instructions)

What it’s about: The City has received an application for the property at 1120 Glenayre Drive to amend the Official Community Plan land use designation from Multi-Family Residential to Single Family Low Density Residential uses, and to rezone the land from Semi-Detached Residential (RT) Zone to Single Detached Residential – Small Lot Zone (RS1-S) to facilitate a subdivision of two lots.

Port Moody Council is holding a Public Hearing to consider the following proposed bylaws:

Bylaw No. 3450 – City of Port Moody Official Community Plan Bylaw, 2014, No. 2955, Amendment Bylaw No. 36, 2024, No. 3450 (1120 Glenayre Drive)

AND

Bylaw No. 3449 – City of Port Moody Zoning Bylaw, 2018, No. 2937, Amendment Bylaw No. 90, 2024, No. 3449 (1120 Glenayre Drive) (RS1-S)

Application #OR000012

Applicant: Antonio Vigna

Location: 1120 Glenayre Drive

Location Map - 1120 Glenayre Drive

 

How do I get more information?

Information package:

Copies of the bylaws and public hearing information package can also be inspected in person at the second-floor counter in City Hall from April 19, 2024 to May 7, 2024, Monday to Friday from 8:30am to 5pm, excluding statutory holidays. You can also contact staff at planning@portmoody.ca or 604.469.4540 with any questions.

How can I provide input?

If you believe your property is affected by this OCP amendment and rezoning application, you may comment directly to Council at the Public Hearing on May 7, 2024 by joining the electronic meeting as a participant or attending in person. Visit portmoody.ca/ph for instructions on how to join the electronic meeting.

You can also send a submission in writing before 12pm on May 7, 2024 by emailing clerks@portmoody.ca or faxing 604.469.4550. Please include “Bylaw 3450” or “Bylaw 3449” in the subject line.

Zoning Bylaw Amendment Bylaw No. 3376 (Housekeeping) – February 6, 2024

When: Tuesday, February 6, 2024 at 7pm
Where: Electronic Meeting, open to in-person attendance in Council Chambers, City Hall, 100 Newport Dr., Port Moody, B.C. (see portmoody.ca/ph for details and instructions)

Port Moody Council is holding a Public Hearing to consider the following proposed bylaw: 

Bylaw No. 3376 – City of Port Moody Zoning Bylaw, 2018, No. 2937, Amendment Bylaw No. 74, 2023, No. 3376 (Housekeeping)

Applicant: City of Port Moody
Location: City-wide
Purpose: To consider several proposed housekeeping amendments to City of Port Moody Zoning Bylaw, 2018, No. 2937
What it’s about: City of Port Moody Zoning Bylaw, 2018, No. 2937 regulates, among other matters, the use and development of lands, buildings, and structures in the City of Port Moody. Through the practical use of the Zoning Bylaw, staff have identified several areas where minor amendments are necessary to address errors or omissions, improve language clarity, and address changes to procedures or industry practices.

How do I get more information?

Public Hearing information package:

You can also contact us at planning@portmoody.ca or 604.469.4540 with any questions.

How can I provide input?

If you believe your property is affected by these proposed bylaw amendments, you may comment directly to Council at the Public Hearing on February 6, 2024, by joining the electronic meeting as a participant or attending in person. Visit portmoody.ca/ph for instructions on how to join the electronic meeting. You can also send a submission in writing before 12pm on February 6, 2024, by emailing clerks@portmoody.ca or faxing 604.469.4550. Please include “Bylaw 3376” in the subject line.

Copies of the bylaw(s) can be inspected online at portmoody.ca/publichearing at any time and in person at the second-floor counter in City Hall, Monday to Friday, from January 19, 2024 to February 6, 2024, excluding statutory holidays, from 8:30am to 5pm. You can also contact staff at planning@portmoody.ca or 604.469.4540 with any questions.

Notice of proposed zoning bylaw without a Public Hearing

In accordance with sections 464(2), (3), and (4) of the Local Government Act, the City may be prohibited from holding, or not required to hold, a Public Hearing for a proposed zoning bylaw that meets the criteria defined in the referenced sections.

If a Public Hearing is prohibited or not required for a proposed zoning bylaw, the City shall provide notice in advance of first reading consideration of the proposed Bylaw amendment in accordance with the Local Government Act and the Development Approval Procedures Bylaw

  • There are no notices at this time.

Temporary Use Permit Notices

A Temporary Use Permit (TUP) is issued by Council and allows, for a limited amount of time, a land use that is not permitted in the current zoning of a property. See Temporary Use Permit to learn more.

  • There are no Temporary Use Permit notices at this time.

Other Development Planning Notices

Additional notices, such as those for Development Variance Permits and Land Use Contracts, will be posted here when required.

  • There are no other Development Planning notices at this time.