Following guidance from the province's Restart BC Plan and new health and safety regulations from WorkSafeBC, we are taking all necessary steps to protect public health and maintain the safety of our employees.
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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