Refer to Building Codes & Bylaws
Building codes and bylaws provide the regulations and standards that architects, builders and homeowners must meet when designing constructing or remodelling buildings.
No matter what part of construction the code or bylaw refers to — construction, property maintenance, fire prevention or plumbing — the codes and bylaws all have the same purpose: to protect the health safety and welfare of the building’s occupants.
Not all bylaws involving building or construction are listed here; use the City's online Contact Us form or phone at 306-777-7000 weekdays between 8 a.m. and 4:45 p.m. (holidays excepted).
Application of building accessibility standards is a shared responsibility.
Sets base for all building standards through National Building Code (NBC)
Sets province-wide standards through Uniform Building and Accessibility Standards Act (UBAS Act)
Approves supplemental standards set by Municipalities
Licences building officials
Saskatchewan Building & Accessibility Standards Appeals Board hears appeals from building owners regarding application of accessibility standards and compliance orders issued by building officials
Administers and enforces standards and regulations, including NBC, UBAS Act and Building Bylaw
Licensed building officials work for the municipality
Responsible for ensuring their building complies with all building and accessibility standards
Professional designers (architects, engineers) work for the building owner.