Town of Jasper Zoning Regulations (C.R.C., c. 1111)

Regulations are current to 2016-06-21

  •  (1) Subject to subsection (2) and notwithstanding paragraphs 7(1)(c), 9(2)(c) and 11(2)(c), the minimum front yard depth on lots in the Cabin Creek West Development shall be

    • (a) 7.5 m where the lot depth exceeds 32 m and the slope of the lot between the front and rear lot lines does not exceed 10 per cent;

    • (b) 6 m where the lot depth does not exceed 32 m and the slope of the lot between the front and rear lot lines does not exceed 10 per cent;

    • (c) 6 m, where the lot depth exceeds 32 m and the slope of the lot between the front and rear lot lines exceeds 10 per cent; or

    • (d) 4.5 m, where the lot depth does not exceed 32 m and the slope of the lot between the front and rear lot lines exceeds 10 per cent.

  • (2) Paragraph (1)(c) applies where that portion of the dwelling within 7.5 m of the front lot line

    • (a) is not higher than 7.5 m measured from the grade; or

    • (b) does not include more than one storey above a private garage attached to the front of the dwelling.

  • SOR/81-876, s. 1;
  • SOR/92-61, s. 4.

 Notwithstanding paragraphs 7(1)(d), (e) and (f) and paragraphs 33(a) and (b), the following side yard requirements may be applied to lots 30 to 37, block 40, which are designated as R1 in the Cabin Creek West Development:

  • (a) lots 30 to 37, one side yard width, other than a side yard abutting a street, may be reduced to zero where

    • (i) the lessee of the adjacent lot grants a 2 m easement for the purpose of an eave and footing encroachment or a maintenance access,

    • (ii) roof drainage from any dwelling that encroaches on an adjacent lot is confined to the lot on which the dwelling is situated by means of eavestroughs and downspouts, and

    • (iii) easements described in paragraph (a) are recorded in the leases applicable to both affected lots; and

  • (b) lots 30 to 36, the side yard width, opposite a side yard that has been reduced to zero, may be reduced to 3 m.

  • SOR/81-876, s. 1.

 Notwithstanding paragraphs 7(1)(g), 9(2)(g) and 11(2)(e), the rear yard depth on lots in the Cabin Creek West Development may be reduced to 7.5 m where the outlook from a living room window at the rear of a dwelling on the lot is screened.

  • SOR/81-876, s. 1.
  •  (1) Notwithstanding paragraphs 7(1)(h), 9(2)(h) and 11(2)(f) and subject to subsections (2) and (3), the maximum height of any dwelling on lots in the Cabin Creek West Development shall be 7.5 m measured from the grade to the eaves of the dwelling, or two and one-half storeys, whichever is the lesser.

  • (2) The Superintendent may reduce the maximum height of any dwelling to a maximum of one storey for those dwellings referred to in subsection (1) where

    • (a) the dwelling is not compatible in design and size with the proposed location; or

    • (b) the height of the proposed dwelling interferes with views from dwellings on adjacent lots.

  • (3) The Superintendent may alllow extra height of one-half of one storey for any dwelling in the Cabin Creek West Development

    • (a) for the purpose of a loft if the floor area of the loft does not exceed 40 per cent of the floor area of the room below; or

    • (b) where off street parking is provided, at a rate of two parking spaces per dwelling unit.

  • SOR/81-876, s. 1;
  • SOR/92-61, s. 9(F);
  • SOR/2004-314, s. 8(F).

 Notwithstanding paragraphs 11(2)(b) and (d) and section 11.2, the following requirements may be applied to the subdivisions of lot 1, block 38, to the subdivisions of lots 1, 3 and 4, block 39 and to the subdivisions of lots 26 and 28, block 40, which are designated as R3 in the Cabin Creek West Development:

  • (a) the lot width shall be at least 6 m;

  • (b) the front yard depth shall be 6 m measured inside and parallel to the front property line; and

  • (c) the side yard width may be

    • (i) zero on both sides, in the case of an interior dwelling unit, or

    • (ii) zero on one side, in the case of an end dwelling unit, and where

      • (A) a side abuts a street, that side shall be 4.5 m,

      • (B) the side of any dwelling unit contains a window to a habitable room and faces the side of a dwelling unit that contains a window to a habitable room, that side shall be 8 m,

      • (C) the side of any dwelling unit contains a window to a habitable room and faces the side of a dwelling unit that does not contain a window, the side shall be 4 m, and

      • (D) the side of any dwelling unit that does not contain a window faces the side of a dwelling unit that does not contain a window, the side shall be 1.2 m.

  • SOR/81-876, s. 1.

 No person shall erect a dwelling in the Cabin Creek West Development unless it meets the requirements set out in sections 11.2 to 11.6.

  • SOR/81-876, s. 1.

Mobile Home District

Permitted Uses

 In a Mobile Home District, the following uses are permitted:

  • (a) mobile homes;

  • (b) public parks, playgrounds and tot lots;

  • (c) public utility installations other than any uses that are primarily of a maintenance or storage nature; and

  • (d) accessory buildings or accessory uses that are necessarily incidental to a use permitted in this district.

Requirements

  •  (1) In a Mobile Home District,

    • (a) no person shall place more than one mobile home on any lot; and

    • (b) no person shall place a mobile home on any lot unless

      • (i) the lot area is at least 3,600 square feet,

      • (ii) the lot width is at least 40 feet,

      • (iii) the front yard depth is at least 12 feet,

      • (iv) the rear yard depth is at least 10 feet,

      • (v) one side yard is at least 20 feet in width from the side lot line and the other side yard is at least five feet in width from the other side lot line,

      • (vi) off-street parking is provided as required by section 41, and

      • (vii) the mobile home meets the following standards set by the Canadian Standards Association, namely,

        • (A) Structural Requirements for Mobile Homes, CSA Z240.2.1.-1979, published in September, 1979,

        • (B) Vehicle Equipment Requirements for Mobile Homes and Recreational Vehicles, CSA Z240.1.-1975, published in December, 1975,

        • (C) Plumbing Requirements for Mobile Housing, CSA Z240.3.1.-1973, published in February, 1973,

        • (D) Oil Requirements for Mobile Housing and Recreational Vehicles, CSA Z240.5.-1971, published in October, 1971,

        • (E) Electrical Requirements for Mobile Homes, CSA Z240.6.1.-1976, published in July, 1976, and

        • (F) Gas-Equipped Recreational Vehicles and Mobile Housing, CSA Z240.4.-1974, published in March, 1974.

  • (2) The maximum area of a lot in a Mobile Home District that may be developed is 50 per cent of the lot area.

  • (3) No person shall place on any lot in a Mobile Home District any mobile home that has dimensions of less than 12 or more than 14 feet in width or of less than 50 or more than 68 feet in length.

  • (4) In a Mobile Home District,

    • (a) no person shall erect more than one detached accessory building; and

    • (b) no person shall erect a detached accessory building unless

      • (i) [Repealed, SOR/81-876, s. 2]

      • (ii) the area of the accessory building is not more than 144 square feet,

      • (iii) in the case of a corner lot, the accessory building is located at least 12 feet from the side lot line abutting a street and at least five feet from the side lot line not abutting a street,

      • (iv) in the case of an interior lot, the accessory building is located at least five feet from each side lot line,

      • (v) the accessory building is located at least five feet from the rear lot line,

      • (vi) the accessory building is located at least three feet from the mobile home or any extension thereof,

      • (vii) the accessory building is located so as not to screen any window of a habitable room,

      • (viii) the height of the accessory building is less than 10 feet, and

      • (ix) in the opinion of the Superintendent, the accessory building is architecturally compatible with the mobile home.

  • (5) In a Mobile Home District,

    • (a) no person shall erect more than one attached accessory building; and

    • (b) no person shall erect an attached accessory building unless

      • (i) [Repealed, SOR/81-876, s. 2]

      • (ii) the accessory building is to serve as a porch at either entrance to the mobile home,

      • (iii) the area of the accessory building is not more than 100 square feet or less than 20 square feet,

      • (iv) the width of the accessory building is not more than eight feet, and

      • (v) in the opinion of the Superintendent, the accessory building is architecturally compatible with the mobile home.

  • (6) In a Mobile Home District, no person shall erect a carport unless

    • (a) [Repealed, SOR/81-876, s. 2]

    • (b) the carport is located at the side of the lot having the greatest side yard width;

    • (c) the carport is located at least five feet from the side lot line;

    • (d) the area of the carport is not more than 320 square feet or less than 200 square feet; and

    • (e) in the opinion of the Superintendent, the carport is architecturally compatible with the mobile home.

  • SOR/81-876, s. 2;
  • SOR/92-61, s. 9(F);
  • SOR/2004-314, s. 8(F).
 
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