Do I need a Permit?
A Building Permit is required when you:
The Planning Department reviews plans for signs to confirm compliance with the Sign Bylaw No. 92-22 [PDF - 64 KB].
A plumbing system may not be constructed, altered, extended, renewed or repaired unless a plumbing permit has been obtained for the work. Permits are not required to clear a stoppage in a drainage system, repair a leak in a water distribution system, replace a fixture without any change to the drainage system, or replace faucets. Permits are required to replace water heaters.
A single family home owner doing work on their own home can apply for a plumbing permit but must provide a isometric drawing of the proposed work as part of the plumbing permit application.Go to Top