Development Permit

The Official Community Plan (OCP) designates Development Permit Areas for environmental protection, protection of development from hazardous conditions, and to guide the form and character of commercial, industrial or multi-family residential development. A Development Permit (DP) sets forth conditions under which residential, commercial, or industrial developments may take place. Once issued, it becomes binding on the existing and future owners of the property. Depending on the type of DP it must be issued by either the Director of Development Services or City Council.

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1. Development Permit
2. Development Variance Permit
3. Board of Variance
4. Heritage Alteration Permit
5. Temporary Use Permit
6. Rezoning
7. Official Community Plan (OCP) Amendment
8. Subdivision
9. Road Closure
10. Charges or Notices on Title