#48 and 50 Fireweed Drive
The City held the Mary Lake Residential Land Lottery on August 3, 2018. There were 22 applications for the two available country residential lots. Lottery results are as follows:
|48 Fireweed Drive (Lot 160)||Clive Drummond|
|50 Fireweed Drive (Lot 161)||Annie-Claude Letendre|
|Standby #1||Thomas Jacquin|
|Standby #2||John Drummond|
|Standby #3||Nicole Novodvorsky|
Lottery winners are required to provide a further $5,000.00 deposit payable to the City of Whitehorse (options for payment are bank draft, certified cheque or money order) and an executed Land Sale Agreement by 3:00 PM PT on Friday, August 10, 2018. Failure to do so by this deadline will result in the $1,000.00 Administration Fee being forfeited to the City and the awarded lot being offered to those individuals on the Standby List.
The Standby List will be maintained until such time as deposits and Land Sale Agreements have been received for all lots in the lottery.
Individuals who were not successful in the lottery may obtain a refund of their $1,000.00 Administration Fee starting Monday, August 6, 2018 at City Hall, 2121 – 2nd Avenue. The $1,000.00 Administration Fee will be returned to the applicant in person only with proof of identification. All deposits not picked by February 3, 2019 will be forfeited to the City of Whitehorse.
The City is selling Lots 160 and 161 (#48 and 50 Fireweed Drive), as shown on the linked Registered Subdivision Plan of Survey 2018-0018 comprising approximately 1.37 ha and 1.36 ha in area, located in the Mary Lake Neighborhood.
Lots for Sale:
|#48 Fireweed Drive
|#50 Fireweed Drive||161||2018-0018||1.36||3.36||$230,000.00 +GST|
Lot Profile : (click image to enlarge)
Land Disposition Policy:
This lottery process is being conducted pursuant to the City’s Land Disposition Policy that was adopted by Council in 2017.
This lottery is intended for individuals to buy lots. Applications from businesses and companies will not be accepted.
Only one application per individual will be accepted. Individuals must be 19 years or older and have been a Yukon resident for at least six months to enter the lottery. Residency will be demonstrated by possession of a valid Yukon General Identification Card or a Yukon Driver’s Licence.
Zoning - Country Residential 1 (RC1):
Lot 160 & 161 are zoned Country Residential 1 (RC1) pursuant to the City’s Zoning Bylaw 2012-20. In this zone, all uses require a Development Permit from the City to ensure the proposed development will comply with the zoning regulations.