Public hearing notice: September 27, 2023 – Bylaw No. 734, 2023 and Bylaw No. 735, 2023

September 11, 2023

The Village of Lytton is providing notice of a public hearing and public input opportunity for Bylaw No. 734, 2023 and Bylaw No. 735, 2023.

WHEN: Wednesday, September 27, 2023 at 7 p.m.

WHERE: In-person at the Parish Hall located at 140-7th Street, Lytton, BC and via Zoom
Zoom Meeting ID: 845 2280 6195
Passcode: 921007
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The meeting will be live-streamed on the Village of Lytton YouTube channel.

PROPOSAL: A public hearing will be held regarding proposed bylaws:

ZONING BYLAW AMENDMENT NO. 734, 2023 is proposed to update housing definitions and regulations.

Definitions of dwelling unit, single-detached, duplex, and multi-unit dwellings are updated to reflect common language and clarify the difference between types of dwellings, especially types of manufactured homes (mobile and modular) and secondary suites. The term “temporary” is moved from definitions to regulations and those regulations are updated. References to each of the terms wherever they are used in the bylaw form part of the proposed amendment.

ZONING BYLAW AMENDMENT NO. 735, 2023 is proposed to:

  • Replace the definitions of parcel, parcel lines, parcel area and parcel
    coverage with the terms lot, lot lines, lot area and lot coverage;
  • Replace the definitions of building lines with the definition of setbacks and yard; and
  • Define lot types;
  • Add definitions of awning, balcony, canopy, deck and building envelope to aid in calculating setbacks and lot coverage;
  • Add Figures 1.1, 1.2 and 1.3 to illustrate and help explain each of lot lines, yards, lot types and the calculation of lot coverage; and
  • Add a definition of Floodplain setback as distinct from lot line setbacks.

All persons who believe their interest in the property is affected by the proposed amendment bylaws will be given a reasonable opportunity to be heard.

Members of the public can participate in the public hearing in-person or online and will be given an opportunity to speak on the bylaws.


1. Email:
2. Hand: Corporate Officer: 769 S- Trans-Canada Hwy Lytton, BC
3. Mail: PO Box 100, Lytton, BC V0K 1Z0
4. Join the public hearing in-person or on Zoom. Council will give you an opportunity to speak.

Written submissions must be addressed to “Mayor and Council”, include your name and mailing address, and be received by 12 p.m. on the day of the public hearing. Any written submissions received after 12 p.m. will not be accepted.

Any written submissions become part of the agenda package and will be posted on the Village website.

A copy of the proposed bylaws and other relevant background materials are available for review:

  • on the Village of Lytton website:
  • at the Aspen Planner Site Village Office: 769 S Trans-Canada Hwy, Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. (excluding statutory holidays).

Following the close of a public hearing, no further submissions from the public can be accepted by members of Council. This is necessary to ensure a fair public hearing process and provide a reasonable opportunity for people to respond at the public hearing.

Regarding the proposal: Jack, Planning Team,
Regarding the meeting: Alba Banman, Corporate Officer,, 778-254-8586


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