Building & Development Permits
Please allow 1-2 weeks for permit review and approvals.
All Development & Building Permit applications are to be submitted to the Town Office via in person, mail or email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Development Permit Application
Residential Building Permit Forms
House, Shed, Detached Garage, Deck, Addition to House & Attached Garage
Commericial / Industrial / Institutional Building Permit Forms
OFFICIAL TOWN PLANNING DOCUMENTS
Official Community Plan Bylaw 01/14 (note this is a large file)
Community & Economic Development Incentive Policy & Tax Incentives
New Construction and Demolition Damage Deposit Policy
Water / Sewer Connection Permit
Demolition / Move in a Building / Fence Permits
Demolition / Move a Building Permit Application (fillable .pdf)
The Fees & Charges Bylaw 02/15 was amended by Council and fees are effective January 1, 2018.
Demolition /Building Move Permit $50.00
SAMA Fee** $20.00
Development Permit $50.00
New Construction & Demolition Refundable Damage Deposit $1,000.00
Discretionary Use Application $100.00
Water / Sewer Utility Service Line Repair/ Replacement - Sidewalk Concrete $16.50 sq/ft
Water / Sewer Utility Service Line Repair/ Replacement – Asphalt $7.50 sq/ft
Permit Fees and Overview Brochure for Building Permit Fees
The CAO is the appointed Development Officer and inquiries can be made to the Town Office (306) 642-5003 or via email at email@example.com.
Development Permits are required if you are changing the use of the property or the foot print of buildings on your property (ie: adding anything new or removing structures - removal requires a Demolition Permit.) and are subject to the Zoning Bylaw No. 02/14 and provincial legislation. Approved permits are provided yearly to SAMA (Saskatchewan Assessment Management Agency). Any changes may affect your assessment value, which affects your property taxes.
Building permits are required to ensure that all buildings are constructed in a safe and healthful manner in accordance with the National Building Code. They are also required to ensure that a new use in an existing building does not interfere with life and structural safety elements in the existing building.
Please ensure you check with the Town Office before you start any project. Permits can take up to 1-2 weeks for approval if it is a permitted use. If the project is a Discretionary Use, it would follow the procedure outlined in the Zoning Bylaw, as per the Planning & Development Act, and require Council approval.
- **Saskatchewan Assessment Management Association (SAMA) Maintenance Fee (Note: Applicable to Building, Development & Demolition Permits-Only charged once per project, if demolition and building development permits approved in same year, only one SAMA fee)
**Refundable Damage Deposit for New Builds & Demolition (in place to cover damage to public property-most common is concrete/asphalt damage)