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Zoning Letters

Zoning Letters

Zoning letters are a paid service provided by the Zoning section/administrator of the Planning & Building Department to provide comment in writing on the zoning status of a property.

In order to obtain a Zoning letter, you must make a written request addressed to the Zoning Administrator in accordance with one of the following:


Request for a Zoning Letter (35 KB) (pdf)


Request for a Propane Zoning Letter (1.39 MB) (pdf)


Clearance of Land Division Zoning Condition (53 KB) (pdf)


All Zoning letters will be mailed unless the request states that you wish to pick up the letter in person at the Building Division Customer Services Counter, 3rd floor, Civic Centre, 300 City Centre Drive.

Information regarding open permits or open violations is not considered zoning information and must be requested through Development Services as a compliance report (see link below)

Any information contained herein is strictly for information purposes only and should be reviewed in conjunction with Zoning By-Law 0225-2007, as amended. In the case where the information provided conflicts with that of the text contained in Zoning By-law 0225-2007, as amended, the text shall prevail. It should not be relied on when making decisions in connection with real estate transactions, development proposals or building permits.

Please visit the Mississauga Civic Centre, between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. to review the Official Zoning By-law and to speak with staff before making important decisions.

A list of amendments passed by Council but not yet incorporated into the office consolidation copy can be found on the Unconsolidated Zoning By-law Amendments document. 

Copies of Zoning By-law Amendments are available at:
Office of the City Clerk
Corporate Services Department, 2nd Floor.