Community Plans

Suburbs

Kitchener's community plans are prepared for large areas undergoing new development and are intended to facilitate and coordinate decisions regarding:

  • Location of community facilities
  • Transportation networks
  • Subdivision of land
  • Distribution of densities
  • Protection of the natural environment
  • Timing and staging of growth
  • Land use arrangement

Community plans have no legal status under the Planning Act of Ontario; however, they must conform to both the city's Official Plan and the Regional Official Plan.

These plans are adopted by city council, and are subject to the approval of Waterloo regional council when they are deemed to affect matters of provincial or regional significance.

Community plans are then repealed by city council once the areas affected by they are substantially completed.

We offer the following community plans, which include text and maps, for your information:

Community Plan Documents

      Block_Plan_(Bloomingdale_Road,_Stanley_Avenue,_Schweitzer_Street,_Grand_Avenue)
      Bridgeport_East_Community_(Secondary)_Plan
      Brigadoon_Community_Plan
      Doon_South_Community_Plan
      Grand_River_South_Community_Plan
      Hidden_Valley_Industrial_Community_(Secondary)_Plan
      Hidden_Valley_Residential_Community_Plan
      Highland_West_Community_Plan
      Huron_Community_Plan
      Laurentian_West_Community_Plan
      Lower_Doon_Community_(Secondary)_Plan
      Pioneer_Tower_West_Service_Commercial_Community_(Secondary)_Plan
      Upper_Doon_Community_Plan
      Valleyview_Road_-_Howe_Drive_Community_Plan
      Block_Plan_58_-_Lower_Doon
      Block_Plan_65_-_Lower_Doon


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