Application fees are established by Council in the Land Use and Development Application Fee Bylaw.

The Fee Schedule provides a summary of current application fees. There may be other significant costs to consider depending on the scope of the development and specific site features. These may include:              

  • Servicing costs - Subdivision Bylaw document regulations specify the servicing standards for your subdivision. Attached to the Bylaw is Schedule H.
  • Legal and survey costs.
  • Consultant fees (May include: Surveyors, Professional Engineers, Arborists, Qualified Environmental Professionals).
  • Development Cost Charges.
  • Development Permit Application fees.
  • Cash-in-lieu of parkland dedication.

(Certain subdivisions may trigger the requirement to provide park dedication or cash-in-lieu pursuant to provincial regulations provided in Section 941 of the Local Government Act.)