Skip to content


Zoning By-law

The Seguin Zoning By-law No. 2006-125 governs the manner in which the Township implements the policies laid out in its Official Plan and controls the use of land in the township, such as:

  • How land may be used
  • Where buildings and other structures can be located
  • The types of buildings that are permitted and how they may be used
  • The lot sizes and dimensions, lot coverage, building heights and setbacks
  • Shoreline buffer areas, landscaping areas, planting strips, parking requirements

To identify which zoning map(s) you need to view, use the interactive Zoning mapping below, Click on the Map Sheet to download...

Maps have been updated to include all amendments to the By-law passed by Council and/or approved by the OMB and in force and effect to July 1, 2015. Please contact the Planning Department for the most recent amendments to the By-law.

For more mapping information please visit

Zoning By-law Amendment Application

If a proposed use is not permitted in the zone for a property, or if the standards of that zone cannot be met by a proposed development, an application for a Zoning By-law amendment may be needed to change or amend the existing zoning. Any application to amend the zoning by-law must be considered in the context of the Official Plan policies for that zone. A Zoning By-law amendment is a By-law passed by Seguin Council.

An application to amend the zoning by-law requires a pre-consultation with a Township Planner to discuss the proposal prior to the submission of an application.

Documents and Links

Seguin Official Plan and Schedules

Minor Variance

Useful Planning Links

If you require a special format to read these documents or any other document referenced on our website, please contact us and we'll do everything we can to provide documents in an accessible format.