Public Consultations

Upcoming Public Consultations

Short-term Accomodations 

Notice of Special Committee of the Whole Meeting

Monday, September 10, 7 pm
Wellington and District Community Centre (111 Belleville Street, Wellington)

Mayor Robert Quaiff has called a special Committee of the Whole meeting for the purpose of receiving a presentation and reviewing draft recommendations for regulating short-term accommodations in The County. No decisions will be made at this meeting.

Have your say: The special meeting will include a 30-minute session when the public can ask questions or offer comments about the proposed regulations. 

To obtain additional information, submit written comments, or speak at the meeting, please contact Kim White, Clerk, County of Prince Edward, at 613.476.2148 ext. 1021 or email

More information: Visit the project page on the County of Prince Edward website.

Black River Bridge Rehabilitation

The County of Prince Edward is undertaking a Municipal Class Environmental Assessment for the rehabilitation of the Black River Bridge, located on County Road 13, approximately 100m south of Morrison Point Road over the Black River.


The project has become a priority for The County due to the bridge’s deteriorated condition. As part of the environmental assessment process, options for the bridge rehabilitation are being reviewed.

Have Your Say

A public information centre is being held to provide information on the alternative solutions, and to receive input and comments from interested persons. Public comments are encouraged.

Tuesday, September 11, 2018, 4:30-7 pm
South Marysburgh Town Hall, 3076 County Road 10, Milford, ON

The public information centre will follow a drop-in format with displays showing the evaluation of alternatives. Staff from The County and the project lead consultant will be on hand to answer any questions and receive comments.

The County welcomes any suggestions you may have about this project. All information/comments received will be subject to the disclosure requirements of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. R.S.O. 1990. With the exception of personal information, all comments will become part of the public record. 

More Information

For more information about this project, contact Joe Angelo, Project Manager, at 613.476.2148 ext. 2001 or

Pebble Beach East – Campark
Official Plan and Zoning By-law Amendments OPA2-2018 and Z25-18

The County of Prince Edward has received applications for an Official Plan amendment as well as a Zoning By-law amendment (file numbers OPA2-2018 and Z25-18 from Fourward Holdings Inc. and Quinte’s Isle Campark Inc.


The Official Plan amendment proposes to re-designate the lands from the Rural to the Shore Land designation in order to permit a seasonal tourist commercial campark with 337 park model trailer sites called Pebble Beach East.

The Zoning By-law amendment proposes to rezone the lands from Rural 2 (RU2) Zone to a Special Trailer Park Commercial (TPC-12) Zone to permit the intended uses and to establish specific site development standards.

Supporting Documents

A copy of the proposed Official Plan and Zoning By-law amendments and background materials are available for viewing at the Commission of Engineering, Development and Works of the County of Prince Edward (280 Picton Main Street, 2nd Floor, Picton, Ontario). The documents are also posted below:

Planning staff report provided at May 16, 2018 Planning Public Meeting

Traffic Impact Study

Archaeological Assessment

Preliminary Stormwater Management Report

Servicing Design Brief

Environmental Impact Study

Planning Justification Report

Letter from Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport

Have Your Say

Any person may submit written comments with respect to the proposed amendments. Written submissions are to be mailed to the County of Prince Edward’s Development Services Department at 332 Picton Main Street, Picton, ON K0K 2T0.

Information about future public meetings for these amendment applications will be posted here when available.

More Information

For more information about this matter, including information about appeal rights, contact Paul Walsh, Manager of Planning, at 613.476.2148 ext. 2025 or

Small Homes

The County of Prince Edward is undertaking a review of issues and options related to the development of small homes.

Currently for many zones, the Comprehensive Zoning By-law establishes a minimum gross floor area of 75 square metres for a single-detached home. Public views and opinions are sought to determine the general desirability for small homes, whether small homes are viewed to assist with housing affordability, and any specific issues related to this topic.

Have your say: What is meant by “small homes”? Are small homes desirable? If so, how and where might small homes be best accommodated?

If you would like to share your views and opinions, please refer to the Small Homes Discussion Paper and Questionnaire. Hard copies of the document are also available at Shire Hall (332 Picton Main Street) during regular business hours.

More information: Please contact Paul Walsh, Manager of Planning, at 613.476.2148 ext. 2025 or


Past Public Consultations

Below you will find information regarding recent public consultations as well as projects and initiatives currently under development. 

Public Transportation Plan and Business Case

The County and The County Foundation developed the public transportation plan and business case, in collaboration with the Prince Edward County Transportation Project Steering Committee (Vital Signs Getting Around Group). The federal government provided funding through the Public Transit Infrastructure Fund to assist with the development of the plan.

Council approved the public transportation plan and business case in Spring 2018. The County has received $500,000 in provincial grant funding over the next five years to implement the plan. More details: 

NEWS RELEASE: New public transit plan attracts provincial support

Supporting Documents

Executive Summary of the Public Transportation Plan and Business Case

Slides from Open House for Public Transportation Plan and Business Case

The municipality hosted two open houses on Thursday, April 19 to present the public transportation plan and business case:

NEWS RELEASE: County to present public transportation plan at open house

For more information or comments, contact Mr. Carbone at 613.476.2148 ext. 2501 or email