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Looking for Property Information?

Download a Property Report for any parcel.  Reports include zoning information, subdivision potential, other permit areas for proposed development near creeks, shorelines, geotechnical hazards, agricultural land and more. You'll need address or 9-digit parcel identifier (PID: 111-222-333) to download the report.
 
 
Looking for the corresponding regulations?

SCRD has 2 Zoning Bylaws and 7 OCPs are available for dowload above. Application requirements for Development Permits, Development Variance Permits, Subdivision, Zoning or OCP amendments and more are also found in the sub menu above.  Civic address information and other webmapping resources are hereNeed further assistance?  See the Property Report helper and the Frequently Asked Questions .

Property Inquiries

** The current volume of development inquiries and applications is very high.  SCRD Planning staff are a small and resilient team working hard to serve the community.  Thank you for your patience as we respond to inquiries in the order they were received.

If you've gathered all the property infomation described above and have additional questions for a planner,  the options are: 

  • Visit the Field Rd office: Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 8:30am-4:00pm. This is best way to get information if your request is urgent. 
  • Email inquiries:  Please include the address or 9-digit parcel identifer, specific questions and contact information and any attachments that will assist our review of your question.  Planning@scrd.ca This is the best way to get a detailed response or to book a pre application meeting. 
  • Phone: is the least preferred option at this time. The phone is staffed during counter hours only. Please only leave voicemail if email or the counter visit are not an option.
SCRD Planning DIvision
 
The planning and development division manages a broad range of development applications and prepares plans, policies, and regulations to guide development throughout the SCRD.
 
Professional planners are stewards of the unique character of the community and quality of life for current and future generations. Planners are guided by provincial and SCRD regulations, the public interest including the economic, social and environmental needs of the community, as well responsible to the best practices and ethics of their profession.