Property Assessment Information
The Property Assessment information is provided by the City of Winnipeg Property Assessment Department. The Assessment and Taxation Department is responsible for the valuation and classification of all real property, personal property and business occupancies within the City of Winnipeg for the purpose of distributing taxes fairly to the City's citizens. Information has been provided using a Geographic Information System (GIS) or mapping system, please navigate the map of the City of Winnipeg to find your desired property or choose the Search area found above the map and then select “All Addresses” on the right hand side.
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Zoning is involved with all development and/or building on any site within the City of Winnipeg. Development means the construction of a building or structure on, over or under land, a change in the use or intensity of use of a building or land, the removal of soil or vegetation from land, the deposit or stockpiling of soil or material on land, and the excavation of land.
What is a Zoning By-law?A zoning by-law divides each part of the City into zoning districts, such as the "R1" Single-Family District, the "C1" Commercial District or the "M1" Light Industrial District, in order to separate residential, commercial and industrial land development and to regulate specific land uses and buildings. A zoning by-law is made up of text and maps; the text sets forth the regulations for each zoning district and the maps show what zoning districts apply to each parcel of land.
Every parcel of land in the City of Winnipeg is zoned and determines how the land may be developed. In each zoning district certain land uses are permitted outright, others are conditional upon approval, and some are prohibited. The land uses are listed in detail, such as "Single family dwelling", "barber shop", "convenience store", or some other specific type of use. In each zoning district there are also rules for the location and the size of buildings, including lot coverage, required parking, etc
• Downtown Winnipeg Zoning By-Law No. 100/2004 - this by-law applies to the downtown area
• The City of Winnipeg Zoning By-law 200/06 - this by-law applies to all areas of the city outside of the downtown boundaries
• Find what the Zoning is for a Specific Property - An Electronic Citizen Information System (eCIS) that allows residents to locate property-related information.
• Development and Design Standards for Commercial / Industrial Buildings
• Development Applications - Documentation, fee requirements and procedures for various applications in development such as Variance, Conditional Use, Rezoning, Subdivision, Amendments, Design Control, etc.
• Homeowners Zoning Information
• Homeowners Building Permit Information
• Informational Guides on Winnipeg Building Regulations
• City Clerk's Department Schedule of Meetings - Identifies the date, time and location of any meetings of Council, Executive Policy Committee, Standing Committees, Community Committees, Appeals Committee, Riverbank Management Committee.
Need More Information on Zoning
• For Zoning By-law inquiries please contact the
Zoning and Permits Branch at 204-986-5140
Unit 31 - 30 Fort Street (Fort Garry Place)
• Copies of zoning maps can be purchased at The Map Store, Mezzanine Level, 65 Garry Street (Fort Garry Place) phone 311
• Or for outside the City of Winnipeg call Toll-free (phone or fax): 1-877-311-4974 (4WPG)
Map of Zoning Information
City wide Zoning information can be displayed on the map selecting the zoning layer from the map choices located in the upper right corner of the map. Individual zoning information is located by selecting a property and reading the information below the map.
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