Residential Permits

  1. Apply for your Development & Building Permits


    • If you need a development and building permit, you can apply for both on the same application. Learn more by viewing the Permits Applications page.
  2. Development Permit Review


    • A Development Officer reviews your application for conformance with Beaumont's Land Use Bylaw. They examine things such as location appropriateness, setbacks, and municipal design standards.
  3. Building Permit Review


    • A Safety Codes inspector reviews your design for compliance with the Alberta Building Code.
  4. Permit Issued


    • Upon approval, your Development and Building permit will be issued. Now that your permit is issued, you can begin work on your project.
  5. Building Inspections


    • Depending on the size of your project, you may need to undergo a building inspection or multiple building inspections at various stages of construction. Visit the Building Inspections page to learn more about the stages of inspections and which projects need an inspection.
  6. Electrical, Plumbing & Gas Permits


    • Depending on the extent of your project, you may require an electrical, plumbing or gas permit. Beaumont contracts Superior Safety Codes to process these permits. For additional information view the Electrical, Plumbing and Gas Permits page.