- Complete the AFCH Application Package and ensure your application contains all required information and documents. Incomplete submissions will not be accepted. The project package may be updated at any time, be sure to check back to this web page for the most current version. You may also need:
- A completed Residential Permit Fee Calculation Form is required as part of the application.
- The application must be signed by the legal owner of the property as well as the applicant.
- If applicable, contact Technical Safety Authority of Saskatchewan (TSASK) for inspections and permits for gas or electrical work.
- Alterations to designated heritage properties will require a Heritage Alteration Permit in addition to a building permit. In some cases, a building permit may not be required if the scope of the heritage property alterations is limited to siding, roofing materials and windows.
- Submit your application through our new online eBuild software or in-person at City Hall. The City will review your application to ensure it meets all building, heritage, zoning, landscaping, engineering, environmental, disposal, assessment, open space and utility regulations and/or bylaws.
Construction cannot begin until the permit is issued. If work starts prior to issuing of a building permit, you will be subject to a surcharge.
Once your application is approved, you will receive an email advising you of the permit fee (be sure to check your junk mail folder). Payment can be made online for eBuild customers, over the phone, or at the permit counter on the main floor of City Hall. Please note, the permit is not issued until you have paid the fee. Once issued, the applicable permits and approved drawings will be sent to you via email.
$8 per $1000 of the value of the work (minimum permit fee of $100)
We aim to process alteration permits within 10 business days.
PLEASE NOTE: Building permit application forms must be filled out in full; incomplete applications will not be accepted.
- Legal land owner information must match what’s listed on land title. The individual signing for the legal land owner must be on title or must be authorized to sign on the legal land owner’s behalf via an authorization letter from the legal land owner.
- If a company is listed on title as the legal land owner, the individual signing on behalf of the owner must print their name and position associated with the company and must have signing authority.
- If someone is designated to sign on behalf of the owner, this authorization can be provided via an authorization letter from the legal land owner (individual giving authority must list name, position, and have signing authority).
The City accepts, and encourages, plans to be submitted electronically. This will benefit both the customer and the reviewer as it helps speed up the process.
If Plans are submitted electronically, they must adhere to formatting standards and digital submission security requirements. This will enable the software to identify drawings and organize large projects more efficiently.
Formatting standards only apply to applications drawn in a computer program (CAD drafting program) such as those used by professional designers. Smaller jobs like decks and garages do not need to follow the formatting standards. They are not a requirement for typical homeowner projects where designers and computer drafting programs are not involved.
For any questions regarding the formatting standards, please call 306-777-7551.