Use the Active Development tool to learn about the status of active property development applications currently under consideration in Whistler.
Public Hearings continue to be conducted via Zoom. Online meeting details can be found in the individual Public Hearing pages below.
Members of the public are provided opportunities for comment on certain land use and development applications consistent with statutory requirements and RMOW practices.
This page provides information on currently scheduled Public Hearings, Notices of No Public Hearing to be Held, Notices of Intention to Issue a Development Variance Permit, Notices of Intention to Issue a Temporary Use Permit, Board of Variance Hearings and public input opportunities for rezoning applications.
Public Hearings are required according to the Local Government Act to allow the public to make representations to Council regarding municipal official community plans and zoning amendment bylaws. Public Hearings take place between the second and third readings of a proposed bylaw amendment. The time and date for the Public Hearing are published in advance on the Notice of the Public Hearing. There may be more than one Public Hearing held on the same night.
The are currently no Notices of Public Hearings.
Notices of No Public Hearing to be Held
Section 464(2) of the Local Government Act specifies that a Public Hearing on a proposed zoning bylaw is not required to be held where an official community plan is in effect for the area that is the subject of the zoning bylaw and the bylaw is consistent with the official community plan. If a Public Hearing on a proposed zoning bylaw will not be held, a Notice of No Public Hearing to be Held will be published in advance of Council’s consideration of first reading of the bylaw.
|RZ001177||4204 Village Square||May 2, 2023||View Notice and Materials|
Notices of Intention to Issue a Development Variance Permit
Council considers resolutions to issue Development Variance Permits under s. 498 of the Local Government Act at its regular meetings. For this type of application, Notices are delivered to the owners and tenants in occupation of the parcel in respect of which the application is made and all parcels of land abutting the parcel that is the subject of the application. Members of the public may provide written comments to Council on the application in advance of the scheduled Council meeting. Details are provided in the Notices below for each Development Variance Permit.
|DVP01239||8317 Crazy Canuck Drive||March 21, 2023||View Notice and Materials|
|DVP01234||5140 Alta Lake Road||April 18, 2023||View Notice and Materials|
Notices of Intention to Issue a Temporary Use Permit
The following are current Notices of Intention to Issue a Temporary Use Permit:
There are currently no Notices to Issue a Temporary Use Permit.
Notices of Board of Variance Hearings
The Board of Variance is an appeal body consisting of three members of the community appointed by Council. Notices are provided to adjacent property owners and tenants with information on the proposed variance requests and details for providing written and oral representations to the Board for those property owners or tenants who deem themselves to be affected by the applications. Details are provided in the Notices below for each Board of Variance Hearing.There are currently no Board of Variance Hearings.
Rezoning Public Input Opportunities
It is the RMOW’s practice to offer the opportunity for the public to comment on significant rezoning applications. This opportunity occurs before the bylaws associated with the rezoning proposal are introduced to Council. The public can view materials and provide comments to Planning Department staff that will become part of the public record for the application and will be shared with Council.
There are currently no Rezoning Public Input Opportunities.
Use the Active Development tool to learn about the status of active development applications under consideration in Whistler, with application dates of June 1, 2016 or later. Search by address to find active permits for a specific property, or view all active permits.
View Applications for Private Employee Housing Initiatives
Applications have been submitted under the Private Employee Housing Initiative. These applications are at various stages. Timelines and additional information are available here.