Edmonton Zoning Bylaw 12800

350     (CHY) Highway Corridor Zone

Charter Bylaw 19490

November 5, 2020

350.1     General Purpose

The purpose of this Zone is to provide for high quality commercial development and limited Residential-related Uses along those public roadways, which serve as entrance routes to the City or along limited access public roadways intended to provide a connection to entrance routes.

350.2      Permitted Uses

  1. Bars and Neighbourhood Pubs, for less than 200 occupants and 240 m2 of Public Space, provided the Site is not adjacent to or across a Lane from a Site zoned residential

  2. Business Support Services

Charter Bylaw 18387

June 12, 2018

  1. Cannabis Retail Sales

  2. Convenience Retail Stores

  3. Convenience Vehicle Rentals

  4. Drive-in Food Services  

  5. Gas Bars

  6. Hotels

Charter Bylaw 18882

June 17, 2019

  1. Liquor Stores

Charter Bylaw 18613

November 26, 2018

  1. Market

  2. Minor Amusement Establishments

  3. Minor Service Stations

  4. Motels

  5. Personal Service Shops  

  6. Rapid Drive-through Vehicle Services  

  7. Restaurants, for less than 200 occupants and 240 m2 of Public Space

Charter Bylaw 18613

November 26, 2018

  1. Special Event

  2. Specialty Food Services, for less than 100 occupants and 120 m2 of Public Space

Bylaw 17403

October 19, 2015

Effective date: February 1, 2016

Charter Bylaw 19490

November 5, 2020

  1. Supportive Housing

  2. Urban Gardens

  3. Fascia On-premises Signs  

  4. Freestanding On-premises Signs

  5. Projecting On-premises Signs  

  6. Temporary On-premises Signs  

350.3      Discretionary Uses

  1. Apartment Hotels

  2. Automotive and Equipment Repair Shops  

  3. Bars and Neighbourhood Pubs, for less than 200 occupants and 240 m2 of Public Space, if the Site is adjacent to or across a Lane from a Site zoned residential

  4. Bars and Neighbourhood Pubs, for more than 200 occupants and 240 m2 of Public Space, provided the Site is not adjacent to or across a Lane from a Site zoned residential

Bylaw 18171

September 11, 2017

  1. Breweries, Wineries and Distilleries

Bylaw 16224

September 10, 2012

  1. Creation and Production Establishments

  2. Government Services

  3. Indoor Participant Recreation Services

  4. Major Amusement Establishments

  5. Major Service Stations

Bylaw 16224

September 10, 2012

  1. Media Studios

Bylaw 13117

July 8, 2002

  1. Nightclubs, for less than 200 occupants and 240 m2 of Public Space, if the Site is adjacent to or across a Lane from a Site zoned residential

  2. Professional, Financial and Office Support Services

  3. Recycled Materials Drop-off Centres  

  4. Residential Sales Centre

  5. Restaurants, for more than 200 occupants and 240 m2 of Public Space, provided the Site is not adjacent to or across a Lane from a Site zoned residential

  6. Specialty Food Services, for more than 100 occupants and 120 m2 of Public Space

Bylaw 16224

September 10, 2012

  1. Spectator Entertainment Establishments

  1. Tourist Campsites  

Bylaw 17901

March 6, 2017

  1. Urban Indoor Farms

Bylaw 17403

October 19, 2015

Effective date: February 1, 2016

  1. Urban Outdoor Farms

  2. Veterinary Services

  3. Fascia Off-premises Signs

  4. Freestanding Off-premises Signs

Bylaw 15892

October 11, 2011

  1. Major Digital Signs

Bylaw 15892

October 11, 2011

  1. Minor Digital Off-premises Signs

Bylaw 15892

October 11, 2011

  1. Minor Digital On-premises Signs

Bylaw 15892

October 11, 2011

  1. Minor Digital On-premises Off-premises Signs

  1. Roof Off-premises Signs  

  2. Roof On-premises Signs

Bylaw 16313

January 21, 2013

  1. Temporary Off-premises Signs

350.4      Development Regulations for Permitted and Discretionary Uses

  1. The minimum Site Frontage shall be 30.0 m, unless access is provided from a service road.

  2. The maximum Floor Area Ratio shall be 1.5.

Bylaw 15735

June 20, 2011

  1. A minimum Setback of 7.5 m shall be required where a Site abuts a public roadway including a Lane that serves a Residential Zone, or where a Site abuts the lot line of a Site zoned Residential;

Bylaw 15735

June 20, 2011

  1. In addition to the Setback requirements of clause (3) above, the Development Officer may, as a condition of approving a Discretionary Use, require an additional Setback for that portion of any development that exceeds 14.0 m in Height in order to protect the privacy of any adjacent residential development. The Development Officer shall not require a total Setback greater than the Height of the building.

Bylaw 15735

June 20, 2011

Bylaw 17672

June 27, 2016

  1. No parking, loading, storage, trash collection, outdoor service or display area shall be permitted within a Setback. Loading, storage and trash collection areas shall be located to the rear or sides of the principal building and shall be screened from view from any adjacent Sites, public roadways or a LRT line in accordance with the provisions of Section 55.5 of this Bylaw. If the rear or sides of a Site are used for parking, an outdoor service or display area or both, and abut a Residential Zone or a Lane serving a Residential Zone, such areas shall be screened in accordance with the provisions of subsection 55.4 of this Bylaw;

Bylaw 16733

July 6, 2015

Bylaw 17831

November 28, 2016

  1. The maximum building Height shall not exceed 14.5 m for flat, mansard and gambrel roofs, or 16.0 m for a roof type with a pitch of 4/12 (18.4 degrees) or greater, except the maximum Height for a Hotels or Apartment Hotels Use shall not exceed 30.0 m, in accordance with Section 52. Hotels or Apartment Hotels exceeding 16.0 m in Height shall be a Class B Discretionary Development .

  2. Any business premises or multiple occupancy building having a Floor Area of 3 000 m2 or a single wall length greater than 25.0 m visible from a public road shall comply with the following:

  1. the roof line and the building fa├žade shall include design elements that reduce the perceived mass of the building; and

  2. Landscaping adjacent to exterior walls shall be used to reduce the perceived mass of the building and provide visual interest.

  1. All mechanical equipment, including roof mechanical units, shall be screened in a manner compatible with the architectural character of the building or concealed by incorporating it within the building.

  2. All exposed building faces shall have consistent and harmonious exterior finishing materials.

  3. Signs shall comply with the regulations found in Schedule 59F.

Bylaw 17403

October 19, 2015

Effective date: February 1, 2016

  1. Urban Indoor Farms shall comply with Section 98 of this Bylaw

350.5      Additional Development Regulations for Permitted and Discretionary Uses

Charter Bylaw 18381

May 7, 2018

  1. Convenience Retail Stores, Convenience Vehicle Rentals and Personal Service Shops may be developed only for Uses Accessory to a Professional, Financial and Office Support Service, Motel, Hotel, Gas Bar, or Minor or Major Service Station development.

Charter Bylaw 18387

May 7, 2018

  1. Indoor Participant Recreation Services may be developed only for a Use Accessory to a Hotel, Motel or Professional, Financial, and Office Support Service development.

  2. The following regulations shall apply to Convenience Vehicle Rentals developments:

  1. all storage, display or parking areas shall be hardsurfaced in accordance with subsection 54.6(1) of this Bylaw;

Bylaw 17670

June 27, 2016

  1. all display areas that abut a Residential Zone or a Lane serving a Residential Zone shall be screened in accordance with the provisions of Section 55.5 of this Bylaw; and

  2. lighting for the display areas shall be mounted on lamp standards and no exposed bulbs or strings of lights shall be used.

Bylaw 17403

October 19, 2015

Effective date:  February 1, 2016

  1. Urban Outdoor Farms shall comply with Section 98 of this Bylaw.