Legislation requires a decision to be issued within 40 days. (Or an extension is required.)
Applications for a discretionary use are circulated to adjacent landowners for comment prior to issuing a decision.
If construction has not started within 1 year of an issued permit, the permit is considered void. A new application is required.
There is a 21-day appeal period following the issuance of a development permit.
Development adjacent to a provincial highway requires a Roadside Development Permit issued by Alberta Transportation.
The Homeowner/Contractor is obligated to obtains all the necessary Safety Code Permits prior to construction.
A SITE PLAN AND THE REQUIRED FEE MUST ACCOMPANY ALL PERMIT APPLICATION FORMS.
THE COUNTY WILL NOT PROCESS AN APPLICATION WITHOUT THE APPROPRIATE DOCUMENTATION. COMMENCING A DEVELOPMENT WITHOUT AN APPROVED PERMIT WHERE REQUIRED IS ILLEGAL.