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Description

A Residential Building/Subtrade permit application is used for development on residential properties.  Many developments need both a building permit and a development permit.  To learn more about development permits, visit the Development Permit Application -Minor page.

Download the Application Form

Download and print the Residential Building/Subtrade Permit Application Form (PDF, 587 KB) to complete it.  If you need help completing your application, view the application instructions below.

Download Fee Schedule for Building Permits  (PDF, 444 KB) to view the various fees for your development.

Need help completing your application?

We have instruction packages for the various types of Residential Building Permit applications. Download the instruction packages below to learn how to fill out the application for your project.

Accessory Building Instructions (PDF, 214 KB) 
Learn more about what is considered an Accessory Building and when a permit is required by visiting our Accessory Building Permit page.

Addition and Alteration Instructions (PDF, 201 KB)  
Learn more about what is considered an Accessory Building and when a permit is required by visiting our Additions and Alterations Permit page.

Basement Development Instructions (PDF, 300 KB)  
Learn more about what is considered a Basement Development and when a permit is required by visiting our Basement Development Permit page.

Deck Instructions (PDF, 421 KB)  
Learn more about what is considered a Deck and when a permit is required by visiting our Deck Permit page.

Hot Tub and Swimming Pool Instructions (PDF, 213 KB)
Learn more about what is considered a Hot Tub or Swimming Pool and when a permit is required by visiting our Hot Tubs and Swimming Pools page.

New Home Instructions (PDF, 213 KB)  
Learn more about what is considered a New Home and when a permit is required by visiting our New Home Permit page.

Secondary Suite Instructions (PDF, 325 KB)
Learn more about what is considered Secondary Suite and when a permit is required by visiting our Secondary Suite Permit page.

Last updated: 11/1/2016 3:26:40 PM