Street use permit
You need a temporary street use permit if you are going to temporarily obstruct all or a portion of any lane of traffic, parking lane, alley, sidewalk, or boulevard.
Who this permit is for
This permit is primarily for utilities and sub-contractors doing work on infrastructure. Some activities include:
- construction works by private contractors
- public utility works, such as service maintenance for Telus, Shaw, BC Hydro, and Fortis BC
- temporary obstruction, egress, or access to a work site, which may include parking restriction clearance, construction vehicle access, material deliveries
- household moving trucks
- boreholes and environmental drilling and testing
- filming on District roads
How to apply
To get a temporary street use permit, download and submit an application form, along with a traffic management plan, if required.
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