online mapping tool
The Milton GIS Online Mapping Tool offers a wealth of information on Milton properties. It provides an interactive environment in which residents and local businesses to easily access and view or map municipal data online.
The Milton GIS Online Mapping Tool can also be accessed using Microsoft® Silverlight™. This requires a free plug-in that works on most modern browsers. These applications are inherently dynamic and not text based.
Milton GIS Online
Milton GIS Online Silverlight Version
(Microsoft 'Silverlight' installation required)
ZONING MAPS & BY-LAWS
Use the interactive GIS tool above for complete zoning maps. For zoning definitions and lists of permitted uses, review our Zoning By-Law on the Town of Milton website, linked below. The by-laws set out the land uses permitted in each zone. It also regulates building location, size and height as well as parking and landscaped areas.
URBAN EXPANSION AREA PHASES
The Phasing map shows our 3 phases of residential and 2 phases of industrial growth. The first residential phase is complete with the second and third phases currently being developed.
Each residential phase houses 40-50,000 new residents. The first phase industrial business park is at 90% capacity and will welcome our short-term industrial growth.
Derry Green Corporate Business Park (Business Park II) is the second of Milton's two planned employment areas that is being implemented as part of the Halton Urban Structure Plan (HUSP). The Park Secondary Plan Area is located in the Milton Urban Expansion Area, east of the Bristol Survey.
Derry Green will accommodate the majority of the Town's employment growth to the year 2021 and is a key business park for Milton and Ontario.
Urban Expansion Area Phases outlines the Phasing of the Urban Expansion Area
TOWN OF MILTON OFFICIAL PLAN MAPS
Explore the Land Use Plans below to understand our long-term vision on how the Town of Milton will look in terms of economic development in the next 10 to 15 years.
These plans present the town's official policy with regard to the form and pattern of future development. Serving as a reference guide that will be used to direct growth when considering rezoning's, annexation, subdivisions, and site plans. It will also be used to direct provision of public infrastructure and aid decisions for future investment.
Development charges provide for the recovery of growth-related capital expenditures from new development. All development is subject to Town, Education and Region development charges in accordance with the applicable by-laws.
For current residential and non-residential development charge rates, please refer to the following:
Non-Residential Development Charges
Residential Development Charges
Milton boasts one of the lowest residential and business property taxes in the area. Including some of the lowest business taxes in Ontario and lowest commercial taxes in Ontario.
2016 Milton Tax Rates outlines the summary of tax rates for the year 2016.
Past Tax Rates features a summary of tax rates for the years 1998 - 2015.