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Lot Grading Issues Brochure (PDF 1229KB)
Lot grading is the contour of the surface of your lot. The lot grading should generally direct water away from the foundation and towards public property.
On December 18, 2017, the Lot Grading Bylaw C-1240 was repealed and replaced with Bylaw C-1366 (PDF 376 KB), bringing in changes to allow for better management of both residential and commercial lot grading.
The City of Grande Prairie’s Lot Grading Bylaw C-1366 (PDF 376 KB) requires any new residential or commercial developments to obtain a Lot Grading Permit and design the lot elevations on their parcel in accordance to the approved drainage plan and Bylaws C-1366 and C-1241.
Any redevelopments or work being done on a parcel which may alter the established drainage is required to obtain either a Lot Grading Permit or a Lot Grading Letter of Review and must also abide by these Bylaws.
There are typically three drainage systems to consider on residential properties:
Check out our Drainage Systems page for more information.
If you have a complaint regarding residential drainage, please view the documents available in the top right corner of this page for information regarding how to maintain your grading and how to address drainage issues.
If your drainage issue requires further assistance after reviewing the drainage documents and following the procedures outlined in them, please contact Engineering Services at 780-538-0417.
There are typically four drainage systems to consider on commercial properties:
All multi-family housing, commercial, industrial and institutional developments require stormwater to be managed. The parcel needs to be designed according to our Engineering Design Standards, Section 12 - Storm Drainage System (PDF 670KB).
Check out our page for general information on stormwater.
If you have a complaint regarding commercial drainage please view the documents available in the top right corner of this page for information regarding how to maintain your grading and how to address drainage issues. While the information is directed towards residential properties, drainage issues on commercial sites can often be resolved in a similar manner.
For drainage issues regarding public property or for more information please contact Engineering Services at 780-538-0417.
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