Area development regulations divide a community into zones that permit different land uses. This is also called zoning.
These maps show zoning for unincorporated communities that have zoning in place. Not all unincorporated communities have zoning in place.
The maps are not intended to define legal boundaries.
- Bear Creek
- Deep Creek
- Dempster Highway
- Destruction Bay
- Dutch Harbour
- Golden Horn
- Grizzly Valley
- Hotsprings Road
- Ibex Valley
- Jackfish Bay
- Klondike Valley (West Dawson Subdivision)
- Little Teslin Lake Recreational Area
- Mayo Road
- M'Clintock Place
- Mount Lorne
- Pine Lake Recreation Area
- Southern Yukon – Remote Recreational Lots
- Ross River
- Silver Trail
- Watsix Eeti
- Whitehorse Periphery Development Area
You can also view a map of all zoning areas in the greater Whitehorse area.
Download a description of the different boundaries, regulations and local advisory areas we update.
Why is my community not listed?
Municipalities are responsible for their own planning. This includes zoning bylaws and community plans. Contact your local municipal office for zoning information.
You can find zoning bylaws on the website of these municipalities.
If you need more information on zoning within Yukon communities, contact the Land Planning Branch. Phone 867-667-3515 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.