My property is located very close to a Transit-Oriented Area boundary. Is it possible to adjust the boundary to either include or exclude my property?

No, station locations are set in provincial regulation with specific geographic coordinates, and boundaries are established as specific distances from each station location. The mandatory densities and heights only apply to the properties within the tiers prescribed by the Province. The prohibition on residential parking minimums applies only to those properties located within a Transit-Oriented Area as laid out by the Province. Also see the response to Question 5.

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1. What is a Transit-Oriented Area?
2. What type of development is allowed in Transit-Oriented Areas through the new provincial housing legislation?
3. How is this development different than Coquitlam’s existing density around transit?
4. What are the parking requirements for developments in Transit-Oriented Areas?
5. Does the City have the authority to exclude or exempt properties and/or neighbourhoods near Skytrain stations that are part of a Transit-Oriented Area?
6. Which Transit-Oriented Area tier is my property located in?
7. Will the City change the zoning for all properties within the Transit-Oriented Areas (i.e. “pre-zone” all properties within Transit-Oriented Areas)?
8. What are the zoning requirements for properties located in Transit-Oriented Areas?
9. My property is located very close to a Transit-Oriented Area boundary. Is it possible to adjust the boundary to either include or exclude my property?
10. Can I do a land assembly with some properties in Transit-Oriented Areas and some that are not?
11. Do the allowances for Small-Scale Multi-Unit Housing apply within Transit-Oriented Areas?
12. What is the timeline for the implementation of the Transit-Oriented Areas?