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DIVISION FIVE – RL-1 RURAL ZONE
PURPOSE
The purpose of this zone is to permit activities associated with agricultural, forestry, recreational, and resource uses, and to provide for a rural environment.

5.1 PERMITTED USES
The use of any parcel of land in this zone shall be in accordance with the provisions herein and any use of buildings, structures, or land not in accordance with these provisions shall be prohibited:

(a) Single family dwellings, wells gray guest ranch two family dwellings, mobile homes, or holiday homes or recreational cottages;
(b) Professional practice, homecraft or occupation;
(c) Agricultural and horticultural uses including the storage, sale, and processing of agricultural products produced on the individual farm on which the storage, sale, and processing is taking place;
(d) Intensive agricultural uses, including stockyards and slaughterhouses;
(e) Fishing and hunting resorts and rustic guest ranches;
(f) Forestry practice including silviculture, logging and the processing of timber grown on the property on which the processing is taking place supplemented by the processing of a maximum of 500 cubic metres of timber annually grown elsewhere;
(g) Processing of aggregate materials, including screening, crushing, watering, concrete and asphalt production using materials extracted from the site only;
(h) Open land recreation including archery and firearm ranges, ski hills, golf courses, rodeo grounds, equestrian centres, and camps for service or non-profit organizations;
(i) Aircraft landing fields;

(j) Pet boarding and breeding kennels;
(k) Accessory buildings;
(l) Public service or utility buildings and structures including towers, transmitters, and utility lines;
(m) Parks, playgrounds, cemeteries, public schools, firehalls, community halls, and refuse disposal sites;
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(n) Extraction, processing, and packaging of water, using water extracted from the site only; and
(o) Wineries, involving the manufacture, packaging, storage and sales of grape or fruit-based wines licenced under the Liquor Control and Licensing Act. Wineries may include a small bistro and gift shop operating in conjunction with the wineries.

5.1.1 PERMITTED USES – SITE SPECIFIC
In the RL-1 zone, the following uses are permitted on a site specific basis only:
(a) Full service guest ranch and resort in the case of the District Lot 4948, Lillooet District (Jesmond, BC).
(b) Campground and outdoor assembly uses in the case of District Lot 166, Kamloops Division Yale District except: (1) Part lying south and east of Plan A215 (2) Plans A215, 10584, 23191, 25206, 25510 and 26688.
(c) Outdoor assembly uses including an amphitheatre in the case of the North ½, Section 4, Township 91, Kamloops Division Yale District except: (1) Part lying south and east of the Kettle Valley Railway Company Right-of-Way shown on Plan A215 (2) Plan A215 (3) Plan KAP59518.
(d) Full service guest ranch and resort limited to a lodge facility containing 20 strata rentable units and ancillary commercial uses in the case of Lot A, District Lots 1750 and 1751, Lillooet District, Plan 39819 except Plan 40865 (Big Bar Lake, BC).
(e) Full service guest lodge and resort in the case of District Lot 2624, Lillooet District, except Plan KAP61862 (Loon Lake, BC).
(f) Campground in the case of District Lot 61, Kamloops Division Yale District except Plans H928 and KAP69133 (Barriere, BC).
(g) Campground in the case of That Part of District Lot 166 shown on Plan A215, Kamloops Division Yale District (south of Merritt, BC).

5.2 MINIMUM PARCEL SIZE
The minimum parcel size shall be 4 hectares except for uses permitted under Sections 5.1 (l) and 5.1 (m) where no minimum parcel size shall be required.
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5.2.1 MINIMUM PARCEL SIZE – SITE SPECIFIC
(a) The minimum parcel size for a single family dwelling in the case of Block A, District Lot 8439, Lillooet District and Lot 3, District Lots 1405 and 1423, Lillooet District, Plan 13442 (Sharpe Lake, BC) are 1 hectare and 2 hectares.

5.3 SETBACKS
(a) Front
The front setback shall be 6 metres.
(b) Side
The side setback shall be 1.5 metres, unless the side lot abuts a street where it shall be 4.5 metres, except where varied in accordance with the Highway Act.
(c) Rear wells gray guest ranch
The rear setback shall be 6 metres, except in the case of accessory buildings where it shall be 1.5 metres.
(d) Notwithstanding Section 5.3 (a) , (b), and (c) buildings or structures required for intensive agricultural uses permitted under Section 5.1 (d) shall be set back a minimum of:
i) 300 metres from an established residence on a parcel not in the AF-1, RL-1, or C-6 Zones;
ii) 30 metres from a public road;
iii) 15 metres from any lot line.
(e) Notwithstanding Section 5.3 (a), (b), and (c) livestock pens and containment basins used for intensive agricultural uses permitted under Section 5.1 (d) shall be set back a minimum of 90 metres from the natural boundary of a lake, river, stream, or other body of water.
(f) Notwithstanding Section 5.3 (a), (b), and (c) buildings, structures or equipment permitted under Section
5.1(f) shall be setback a minimum of:
i) 300 metres from an established residence; and
ii) 60 metres from a public road.

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(g) Notwithstanding Section 5.3 (a), (b), and (c) buildings, structures, or equipment permitted under Section 5.1 (g) shall be set back a minimum of 300 metres from an established residence
5.4 DWELLINGS PER PARCEL
(a) There shall be no more than one single family dwelling, wells gray guest ranch two family dwelling, or mobile home on any parcel, unless such parcel is used exclusively for agricultural or horticultural practice.
(b) Notwithstanding Section 5.4 (a), where a parcel is used exclusively for agricultural or horticultural uses, and is classified as a farm by the British Columbia Assessment Authority, additional single family dwellings or mobile homes in conjunction with the agricultural or horticultural use may be permitted.
5.5 CONDITIONS OF USE
(a) Mobile homes permitted under Section 5.1 (a) shall be subject to the following conditions:
i) The mobile home shall be placed on a foundation complying with the provisions of the current edition of the British Columbia Building Code; and
ii) The mobile home shall be protected by skirting.
(b) Professional practice, homecraft or occupation uses permitted under Section 5.1 (b) shall be carried out primarily by residents on the property and confined to the interior of the single family dwelling, two family dwelling, mobile home, or in an accessory structure with a maximum height of 5 metres, provided that the floor area of the professional practice, homecraft or occupation does not exceed 65 square metres, and shall not:
i) create a nuisance;
ii) involve exterior storage of any materials used directly or indirectly in the processing or resulting from the processing of any product of such craft or occupation;
iii) involve material or products that produce flammable or explosive vapours or gases under ordinary temperatures;
iv) involve advertising or Wells Gray Park identification signs exceeding 0.3 square metres in area.
(c) All livestock pens used in intensive agricultural uses permitted under Section 5.1 (d) shall be designed to allow shallow ditching to collect runoff from each pen and shall slope to an impervious containment basin, and

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\nshall be designed so that runoff water from areas surrounding the pens shall be diverted away from the pens.
(d) Rustic guest ranches permitted under Section 5.1(e) shall be subject to the following conditions:
i) The parcel on which the use is to be located shall be classified as a farm by the British Columbia Assessment Authority and shall be contiguous and ancillary to the principal bona-fide horse and/or cattle ranching use;
ii) That the use shall not be permitted on a parcel which is contiguous to a rural residential Wells Gray Park  development of two or more parcels having a minimum parcel size of 4 hectares or less.
(e) The processing of timber permitted under Section 5.1(f) and the processing of aggregate materials permitted under Section 5.1(g) shall be permitted only where the use shall not create a nuisance.
(f) Parcels used for open land recreation uses permitted under Section 5.1 (h) and parks and playgrounds permitted under Section 5.1 (m) shall be kept in their natural state except where modifications are necessary to facilitate outdoor recreation. Without Wells Gray Park  limiting the generality of the foregoing, site modifications may include earthworks required for the construction and development of fairways, greens, traps, playing fields, or the removal of trees for ski runs.
(g) Pet boarding and breeding kennels permitted under Section 5.1 (j) shall be subject to the following:
i) the kennel shall be sited so that there shall be a minimum setback of 30 metres from all property lines;
ii) outdoor runs are effectively contained and  Wells Gray Park screened from adjacent parcels by a solid fence or wall not less than 2 metres in height nor more than 2.5 metres in height;
iii) kennels are maintained in a clean, dry, and well ventilated condition, and shall not create a nuisance.
(h) For uses permitted under Section 5.1 (l), no exterior storage of any kind and no garages for the repair and maintenance of equipment shall be permitted.

5.6 OFF-STREET PARKING
(a) Off-street parking shall be provided in accordance with the provisions of Section 3.7 of this Bylaw.
(b) The number of parking spaces required shall be as follows:
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Parking Required
Single family dwellings, two family dwellings or mobile homes
2 parking spaces per dwelling unit
Extraction of aggregate materials
1 parking space per 2 employees
Ski hills
0.5 parking space per person hourly lift capacity
Golf courses
150 parking spaces
Pet boarding and breeding kennels
1 parking space per 2 employees
Elementary schools
1 parking space per employee
Secondary schools
1 parking space per employee, plus 1 parking space per 10 students
Wineries
1 parking space per 2 employees, plus 1 parking space per 200 square metres of gross floor area
Assembly Use
1 parking space per 5 seats
DIVISION EIGHTEEN – C-4 RECREATIONAL COMMERCIAL ZONE
PURPOSE
The purpose of this zone is to permit commercial facilities which are primarily
seasonal in nature.

18.1 PERMITTED USES
The use of any parcel of land in this zone shall be in accordance with the
provisions herein and any use of buildings, structures or land not in accordance
with these provisions shall be prohibited:
(a) Campgrounds;
(b) Amusement parks, zoos, and museums;
(c) Curio and antique shops;
(d) Tourist information services;
(e) Marinas;
(f) Golf courses;
(g) Drive-in Theatres;
(h) Resorts including fishing and hunting resorts and full service guest wells gray guest ranch
ranches;
(I) Ski resorts;
OJ Commercial picnic sites;
(k) Riding stables;
(I) Fruit and vegetable stands;
(m) River oriented recreational facilities including whitewater rafting office,
service buildings, and storage;
(n) One single family dwelling or mobile home in conjunction with one or
more of the above uses for the accommodation of the owner or operator;
and
(0) Accessory buildings.
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Revised October 10, 2007
Division Eighteen – C-4 Zone
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18.1.1 PERMITTED USES – SITE SPECIFIC
In the C-4 zone, the following uses are permitted on a sitespecitic basis only:
(a) Commercial Resort, limited to:
• a maximum of 178 recreational commercial strata lots comprising:
125 rentable unit strata lots;
17 strata lots for Park Model manufactured homes; and
36 strata lots for recreational vehicles.
• lodge and ancillary recreational commercial facilities;
• office and registration building; and
• equestrian center.
in the case of Lot 33, District Lot 659, YDYD, Plan 16377 and part of
District Lot 587, YDYD (Brookmere, BC).
(b) Equipment sales and repair, rolling stock only, in the case of Lot 1, District
Lot 377 and of Section 7, Township 21, Range 24, W6M, Kamloops
Division Yale District, Plan 28109 except Plan H14941 (495 Tumbleweed
Road, south of Cache Creek, BC).
18.2 MAXIMUM DENSITY
The maximum density for campgrounds permitted under Section 18.1 (a) shall be
50 campsites per one hectare.
18.3 MINIMUM PARCEL SIZE
(a) The minimum parcel size shall be 2,000 square metres.
(b) Notwithstanding Section 18.3 (a), the minimum parcel size for fruit and
vegetable stands permitted under Section 18.1 (I) shall be 1,000 square wells gray guest ranch
metres.
18.4 SETBACKS
(a) Front
The front setback shall be 6 metres.
(b) Side
The side setback shall be 1.5 metres, except where the side lot line abuts
a street where it shall be 4.5 metres.
(c) Rear
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