Development Permits

About Development

Development means excavating, stockpiling, the construction of a building, and addition to, or replacement or repair of a building, or a change in the intensity of use or a building in an area regulated by land-use by-law. The Town of High Level has a Land-Use By-Law which requires a Development Permit regulating and “development” within the town limits, and all applications for this permit must be accompanied by either a site plan or a statement of use, or both.

Costs

The cost of a Development Permit can range from $65 to $300, depending on the location of the property.

Item Land Use District Fee
Construction or replacement of principal use R-1, R-2, R-3, R-4, C-1, C-3, IND, CU, A, P, R$200.00
Construction or replacement of principal use DC$300.00
Manufactured home R-1,R-2, R-4, A$100.00
Change of use or additional use All Land Use Districts $50.00
Accessory use
Home Occupation
Signage
Demolition
Temporary use
Events 
All Land Use Districts $25.00
Relocatable industrial accommodations IND $200.00
Development agreement
All Land Use Districts $500.00
Variance Request
All Land Use Districts
$100.00
Commercial off-site parking
C-1$1,500.00 per parking stall 
Land titles documentation
registration/discharge 
All Land Use Districts
$25.00 per document 
Development commenced without permitsAll Land Use Districts
Fees Doubled 
Non-profit use All Land Use Districts
$0.00
Accessibility renovations All Land Use Districts
$0.00


Permits

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To obtain an application for a development permit, please contact us or download an application below.  

  1. 2022 Approved Development Permits
  2. 2021 Approved Development Permits
  3. 2020 Approved Development Permits 
Development Permit #Land Use ZoningLegal DescriptionCivic AddressProposed UseApplicantIssue Date
DP22-001R-1 (Residential District)Lot 20, Block 32, Plan 922351710406 109 AvenuePellet StoveJason FriesenJanuary 13, 2022