Development Variance Permits - Public Input

Development Variance Permits are authorized by City Council to allow variances to certain requirements of the City’s Zoning Bylaw, Sign Bylaw, or Subdivision and Development Servicing Bylaw.

If you feel that you will be impacted by any proposed variances, you have the opportunity to voice your concerns.

DVP00488 - 7210 Tronson Rd

On Monday, August 17, 2020, Council will be reviewing the Development Variance Permit application which is proposing to vary Zoning Bylaw #5000 Sec 4.13.2: Allow development within 15m of the high water mark of Okanagan lake; and Sec 12.1.5: Reduce to 0m minimum setbacks of front yard (from 6m), side yard (from 3m) and rear yard (from 3m) in order to construct a pump station on the property located at 7210 Tronson Road. 

7210 Tronson Rd
7210 Tronson Rd

Should you deem your interest in property affected by Development Variance Permit Application #00488, it would be to your advantage to provide your input on the matter to Council. 

PUBLIC INPUT: In order to protect the public, Council members, and our employees, the City has implemented strict physical distancing measures in all City facilities, which follow the guidelines and Orders of the Provincial Health Officer (PHO).
Until further notice, to support these measures, Council has directed Administration to receive public input for development variance permit applications in written form only, until physical distancing requirements have been lifted by the PHO.

Written submissions (or emails to phearings@vernon.ca) must be received by the Corporate Officer, by 11:00 a.m. on Monday, August 17, 2020 for Council’s scheduled review of the application on Monday, August 17, 2020 at 1:30 p.m.