Work Permits are required when an individual or particular group wants to do any work on District property that affect municipal infrastructure. Municipal infrastructure includes: roads, sidewalks, intersections, parks, easements, and boulevards. Work permits encompass all works that are not currently covered or represented by municipal bylaws.
Work permits are required for anyone who:
**Utility companies such as TELUS, HYDRO, SHAW CABLE are exempt from requiring work permits when doing work on their aerial lines. When doing underground work, a permit is required and plans must be approved by the District.
Requirements: $5M liability insurance naming the District as co-insured is required in most cases and needs to be submitted with the Work Permit application.
To obtain and/or complete the work permit and submit for approval, please download the form here ("Other"). Once completed, it can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or faxed to (604) 815-5013. The Engineering Technician will review and approve the permit, or contact you for more information.
As of May 1, 2012 Traffic Bylaw No. 2220, 2012 was adopted and is in effect. Any request to use District roads, sidewalks, boulevards or property to hold a special event (walk, parade, march), or complete remediation works will require a work permit.
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