The following are the steps to follow in order to facilitate access to information and processing of applications for building permits and certificates of authorization (for demolition). In order to avoid long wait lines, please do not go to a service centre.
Please note that there is no deadline for applying for a building permit connected to the floods.
Enter the full address of the damaged property in the search engine below. You will obtain the following information about the property:
Make an appointment with a representative by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can also call 311 and indicate that you would like to receive information about a permit application for a property damaged in the flooding. Specify the property address, and provide your contact information (home phone, office phone or mobile). A Service de l'urbanisme et du développement durable representative will contact you.
Bring the following documents to your appointment:
The Service de l'urbanisme et du développement durable will review your application. At the meeting, a representative will let you know how long it should take to issue a permit. The application can only be processed if all of the required documents have been submitted.
Issuance of the permit.
If the work requires Municipal Council approval, the building permit can only be issued once the Municipal Council resolution has been passed. However, we have arranged for an accelerated process for such applications.
All work must comply with the applicable urban planning by-laws.