Zoning Regulations

Multiple Family Residential (R-3B)

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Multiple Family Residential (R-3B)
Bylaw: Zoning Bylaw, 1850, 1994
Section: 7.05B
Category: Residential
Number of Properties/Folios: 4
Number of Undeveloped Properties:
The number of empty properties is determined by counting all properties within a zone that has no recorded improvement by BC Assessment during the most recent survey.

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Primary Uses

means the main purpose for which land, principal uses or principal uses are ordinarily used
Multiple Family Dwelling
means a dwelling containing three (3) or more dwelling units and includes a rowhouse, townhouse and apartment
Park
means open space used for recreational purposes or maintained for the use and enjoyment of the public and includes Federal, Provincial, Regional and local parks, ecological, archaelogical and historic sites and includes privately-owned land for use of which no charge is made to the public
Public Utility Use
means a use, including buildings and structures, providing water supply, sewage collection and disposal (excluding sewage treatment plants), electricity, natural gas, telephone, radio and television broadcasting, transmitting and receiving and similar services where such use is established by the City of Kimberley or a company regulated by government utility or communications legislation
Seniors Housing
means multiple family housing intended for elderly persons. Seniors housing may be designed for independent living or include on-site support services and facilities or a combination of independent and assisted living units. Seniors housing is primarily sponsored or administered by a public agency or service club, church, or other non-profit organization, or by any combination thereof. Seniors housing may include accessory uses such as common amenity areas, communal dining and kitchen facilities, and health consulting and treatment services
Supportive Housing
means a form of housing specifically designed to enable elderly persons, not requiring personal care or any higher level of care, to live independently, while benefiting from a communal environment in terms of social life, security and personal care services. It contains facilities including:
  1. substantial common amenity area
  2. communal dining room and kitchen
  3. built-in safety features for seniors living including grab bars in washrooms, personal emergency alarms; and
  4. at the project level, recreation programs for the residents

Accessory Uses

means:
  1. a use which is accessory use to the accessory use or the use of the accessory use on the same accessory use; or
  2. a use which is accessory use to the accessory use made of the accessory use upon which such accessory use is carried on
Accessory Buildings Or Structures
means:
  1. a detatched building the use or intended use of which is accessory to that of the principal building situated on the same parcel; or
  2. a building which is accessory to a principal use made of the parcel upon which such building is (to be) located
Child Care Facility
means a use which provides for the care of not more than eight children, according to the Child Care Licensing Regulation under the Community Care and Assisted Living Act
Group Day Care subject to Section 8(a)
means a use which provides for the care of more than eight children according to the Child Care Licensing Regulation under the Community Care and Assisted Living Act subject to Section 8(a)
Home-based Business (Classification 1)
means:
  1. Classification 1 - An occupation, service, profession or craft which is clearly accessory to the use of a dwelling unit for residential purposes or to the residential use of a parcel occupied by a dwelling and is carried on my members of the same family residing in the dwelling unit but does not include the repair of vehicles
  2. Classification 2 - An occupation, service, profession or craft which is clearly accessory to the use of a dwelling unit for residential pruposes or to the residential use of a parcel occupied by a dwelling and is carried on by members of the family residing in the dwelling unit plus no more that two (2) non-resident assistants or employees, but does not include the repair of vehicles