Note: As of February 11, 2020, the Land Use Bylaw now prohibits the operation of dog breeding operations in residential areas.
Other dog-related bylaw changes are covered in the Community Standards Bylaw
TOWN OF OLDS
LAND USE BYLAW
The Land Use Bylaw (LUB), is a Town bylaw that identifies a range of regulations that affect properties and land uses within the municipality. Through a Land Use Bylaw, the Planning & Development department regulates items such as the use of a parcel of land, lot size, building placement, building height, parking, landscaping, sign placement, fences, and sometimes, architectural appearance of proposed developments.
Town of Olds Land Use Bylaw 01-23 includes:
- Regulations for the use and size of lots, and buildings;
- Land use districts (zones), and the development standards for each, such as building placement, building height, parking requirements, landscaping requirements, etc. and
- Permitted and discretionary uses for each land use district.
- Land Use District (zoning) Map
Due to the length of this bylaw, please Download the PDF version.