District Hall remains closed for most in-person visits, while community recreation centres, libraries, facilities, parks, and parking lots are reopening carefully as it becomes safe to do so.
You need an aquatic permit to do any work within a stream corridor, waterfront, or in a wetland. This includes removing vegetation.
Who can apply
The homeowner or person doing the work can apply for the permit.
How to apply
Complete the application form, and bring it to the District Hall building counter. You will also need to provide a number of supporting documents, including:
- detailed drawings or plans clearly describing the proposed structures, materials, and type of construction
- a detailed description of any existing structures near the proposed structure or area of work
- a detailed drawing or plan clearly describing any area where you will remove rock, gravel, or soil
- the reason and purpose of the work
- the name of your contractor, if any
- the time required for completion in calendar days
- an environmental impact assessment prepared by a person qualified to give authoritative opinions
- a copy of any applicable federal or provincial approval
The cost of an aquatic permit is $326.40.