Welcome to the Planning Section of the Township of Clearview web site.
Access to information and the process, and engaged involvement, are important to good community planning. We have created a series of web sites to provide you with the opportunity to learn more about and become involved in planning. Applicants will find out about the process as well as being able to access forms and make submissions. The public will now have in-depth access to information about development proposals as well as general planning matters.
If you want to:
- download or view the Official Plan or zoning by-law;
- make a planning application; or
- wish to know more about the planning process,
If you wish to find out more about a particular planning application being reviewed by the municipality, please visit: http://clearviewapplications.org
If you need more detailed information about the subdivision approvals and administration process, please visit: http://clearviewsubdivisions.org
If you are interested in following our Planning Blog, please visit:
If you are interested in following our Natural Heritage Blog, please visit:
Children's Outdoor Charter
The Township of Clearview supports the Ontario Children's Outdoor Charter, and has adopted its own Charter which encourages all children to enjoy and recognize the social, physical, mental, environmental and community benefits derived from learning and playing in nature. Children's Outdoor Charter more information
Downtown Stayner Walkability Study
As the first step in a broader community study regarding active living and walking and cycling opportunities in the community of Stayner, Clearview is seeking community input on walkability in downtown Stayner. We are interested in learning more about how you feel about walking, accessibility and pedestrian and cycling facilities in downtown Stayner. Please take the time to complete our online walkability survey
. Alternatively you can complete our pdf version of walkability survey
Official Plan Review
The Township of Clearview is developing a new Official Plan to guide growth and development for the next 20 years. Staff are currently awaiting population allocations from the Province and County. Further public meetings will be held to obtain input for the development of a new official plan in 2015/16.