The Official Community Plan (OCP) and
Zoning Bylaw are used to regulate land use and handle issues like the nature of development, uses, and the subdivision of land in Prince George. Proposals to develop land must be reviewed by City staff at a pre-application meeting where applicants will be informed on what to expect in the formal application process. Contact the Development Services department in City Hall to book a pre-application meeting or for more information.
1100 Patricia Boulevard
Prince George, BC V2L 3V9
Common Permits and Applications
Rezoning applications are required when land use being proposed is not permitting under existing zoning. Applications may be used to amend the text of an existing zone or to change the zone categorization altogether.
Contact Development Services to schedule a pre-application meeting or refer to the Rezoning and OCP Amendment Process Guide for more information.
Depending on the nature of a project, a development permit may be required. Permits are needed for a variety of purposes including, but not limited to, the following:
- Examining the form and character of a new development.
- Assessing the environmental impact of a development in an environmentally sensitive or potentially hazardous area.
Contact Development Services to schedule a pre-application meeting or for assistance determining permit requirements for a proposed development. Additional information can be found in the Development Permit Process Guide.
Contact Development Services to schedule a pre-application meeting to discuss adjusting or re-aligning an existing property boundary, creating new parcels, creating a bare land or phased strata development, or creating air space parcels before submitting an application.
Applications In Progress
Official Community Plan Amendment No. CP100164 (Bylaw No. 9156, 2020) and Rezoning Application No. RZ100678 (Bylaw No. 9157, 2020)
The City of Prince George is considering an amendment to the City of Prince George Official Community Plan Bylaw No. 8383, 2011 to amend Schedule B-6: Future Land Use to facilitate the development of a 256-unit apartment complex on 4500 Ospika Boulevard (subject property). Please find below the Report to Council and attachments considered for 1st and 2nd Reading on March 8, 2021: