|Subdivision Process Guide
|Alias Address Application
|Development Permit Application
|Site Disclosure Statement
|First Nations Application
What a subdivision is, how the process works and a checklist to help you through the process.
Land development guidelines for Development Permits 1, 2, 3 and 8.
City Council has adopted a Development Cost Charge (DCC) Bylaw which authorizes fees to be collected prior to Subdivision approval or the issuance of a Building Permit. The fees collected are used to fund major capital improvements to the sewer, water, drainage, and road infrastructure and the acquisition of parkland/open spaces. This page assists you in understanding Development Cost Charges and when they apply.
Since 2014 a number of community and master plans have been adopted that recommended updates to the current Land Development Bylaw which was last approved in 2014. An update to the Land Development Bylaw will reflect the most current technical standards and best practices for infrastructure design and construction, construction specifications and standard drawings.