Permits are an affordable way of making sure the work is done properly. They’re great for the resale value of a home and help ensure you are passing on a good house to future homeowners.
Find out more about which projects require a building permit, and which do not.
Building permits are required for:
Building permits are not required for:
What Requires a Development Permit?
Learn what types of projects require a development permit.
A development permit is required for:
View submission requirements for Development Permit Types.
Apply for a Building Permit
Find your project in the list below and read more to find information on applications, fees and conditions.
*See Alteration permit package above for partial demolition
Permanent Sign Permit
Did you know property owners can request historical permit documents? To request, provide the address of the property and scope of request (plans, inspection notes, etc.) If applicable, you may also provide any known permit number(s) or dates to narrow down the search. Detailed information helps us find what you’re looking for.
- Representatives who work for a company that own the land can also request historic documentation.
- If you are not listed on the land title, an authorization letter that is signed and dated by the registered owner may grant a non-owner access to information.
- Price estimates will be provided prior to payment, generally around $45 to $80. The service cost varies based on plan size, number of documents and what format the City has the documents stored in.
- Due to Saskatchewan legislation, the City cannot provide registered survey documentation. Please Contact a registered land survey company.
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