An Official Plan is a statutory document which sets out the land use policy directions for long-term growth and development in a municipality. Municipalities in Ontario are required to adopt Official Plans to guide growth and development that will implement the Ontario Planning Act and other relevant legislation and regulations.
The County of Wellington's Official Plan provides the overall framework for Erin's Official Plan.
Town of Erin’s Official Plan
- Schedule A - 1 - Town of Erin
- Schedule A - 2 - Erin Village
- Schedule A - 3 - Hillsburgh
- Schedule B - 1 - Ballinafad
- Schedule B - 2 - Brisbane
- Schedule B - 3 - Cedar Valley
- Schedule B - 4 - Crewsons Corners
- Schedule B - 5 - Orton
- Schedule B - 6 - Ospringe
- Schedule C – Roads
Urban Design Guidelines
The Urban Design Guidelines provide both broad and specific recommendations and strategies for architectural and community design to ensure that the character defining elements of the community are maintained and enhanced through new development as well as within existing areas. Designers will use the Guidelines to help promote a healthy, sustainable and attractive community with a focus on walkability, variety, connectivity, conservation, safety and commercial viability.
The Town of Erin Urban Design Guidelines are to be used by Town staff, developers, property owners and designers throughout the development process including subdivision planning, site plan development, landscape creation and building design. This includes its connections to the surrounding rural landscapes and Erin’s historic downtowns.
View the Urban Design Guidelines.
Town of Erin’s Zoning By-law
View the office consolidation of the Town of Erin’s Zoning By-law 07-67
- Town of Erin Schedule A
- Village of Erin Schedule B
- Village of Hillsburgh Schedule C
- Hamlets of Ospringe & Cedar Valley - Schedule D
- Hamlets of Crewsons Corners & Orton – Schedule E
- Hamlets of Ballinafad & Brisbane – Schedule F
If you would like to determine the zoning provisions and requirements for a particular property, please follow these steps:
- Choose the appropriate map from the list above;
- Locate the property on the map. The maps do not contain the street numbers, but they do show property lines;
- Record the zone that the property is located in. Note: Some properties may have a second zoning designation in addition to the original (ex: EP1 or EP2) - which has additional requirements;
- Once you have determined the zone, determine the requirements for the zone that you looked up on the map;
- Section 4 outlines the general provisions for different types of uses and restrictions for various properties, review all that apply.
Note: Zoning provisions change periodically. We strive to ensure the maps are as current as possible, but differ. You may also wish to visit the Explore Wellington County Public Map here.
If you need information on zoning requirement for a specific property, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.