In 2013 the District of Houston adopted Development Bylaw No. 1040, 2013 (as amended) which regulates the following zoning areas:
|2.0 Definitions||3.0 Preamble||4.0 Administration||5.0 General Regulations|
|6.0 Establishment of Zones||7.0 R1- One Family Residential Zone||8.0 R2 Two Family Residential Zone||9.0 R3 Manufactured Home Park|
|10 R4 Multi-Family Residential Zone||11 A1 Rural Agriculture Zone||12 A2 Rural Residential Zone||13 C1 Core Commercial Zone|
|14 C2 Service Commercial Zone||15 C3 Campground Zone||16 M1 Light Industrial Zone||17 M2 Heavy Industrial Zone|
|18 P1 Public and Institutional||19 P2 Park and Recreation||20 Manufactured Home Park Regulations||21 Development Permit Guidelines|
|22 Noise Regulations||23 Nuisance Regulations||24 Unsightly Premises Regulations||25 Sign Regulations|
|Sustainability Checklist||Sign Guidelines||Backyard Chickens Guidelines||Smart Growth Illustrative Plans|
Forms Guidelines and Applications
LEGAL NON-CONFORMING USE
At the time a new land use regulation bylaw is adopted, if an existing use of land or a building is lawfully used and it does not conform to the bylaw, then it may be continued as legal non-conforming use unless:
Any new use of land or a building is subject to the new bylaw.
Click the link for more information on legal non-conforming uses as described under the Local Government Act, Part 14, Division 14 - Non-conforming Use and Other Continuations.