St. Clair Township Crest
1155 Emily Street
Mooretown ON
N0N 1M0

Phone: (519) 867-2021
Email: webmaster@twp.stclair.on.ca

Office Hours
Monday to Friday 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
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Planning & Zoning

imagesThe Clerks Department provides information, expertise and guidance to the public relative to development approval processes, Official Plan policies and the Zoning By-law.

Please note their will be a public meeting concerning a proposed official plan on September 7, 2016 at the County Administration Building.  Click here for further information.

The services offered are as follows:

  • Providing information to organizations and developers; consulting with those seeking or considering using planning services; responding to telephone and counter inquiries
  • Maintaining a current comprehensive Zoning By-law
  • Maintaining a current Official Plan
  • Processing applications to approve Zoning By-law amendments, Official Plan amendments, subdivisions, condominiums, site plans and various agreements
  • Providing compliance reports and lawyer’s letters
  • Providing comments to the Committee of Adjustment
  • Issuing Zoning permits
  • Preparing community improvement plans and community plans
  • Preparing reports to Council and documents for reference by the public and researchers

For online access to the Zoning By-law and the Official Plan please click the links to the below:

Zoning By Law

Official Plan

For the most up to date version or to ensure no changes have been made to any parts of the Official Plan or Zoning By-law please contact the Clerks department.

Contact Information:

Address:

St. Clair Township Civic Centre
1155 Emily Street
Mooretown ON N0N 1M0
Telephone: (519) 867-2021
Fax: (519)867-5509

Deputy Clerk/Coordinator of Planning: Carlie McClemens (e-mail: cmcclemens@twp.stclair.on.ca )

Forms:

Application for Consent (Severance)

Minor Variance Application

WSIB / Construction:

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