Regional Multipurpose Leisure Centre Feasibility Study

Have Your Say - Regional Multipurpose Leisure Centre Feasibility Study Residents are invited to provide input for a feasibility study that will provide guidance to the project partners for the potential development of a regional multipurpose leisure centre.

Development Permit Exemptions List

2022

Tax Roll # Street Address Description of Work Date the exemption was approved
2001 5014-56 St Signage Update Feb 15, 2022
1113 4829-50 Ave Mobile Business Mar 14, 2022
2773 4042 Lakeshore Drive Dayhome April 11, 2022
2068 5010-40A Street

Auto detailing business & signage

Ref:  DP 046-19

Sept 29, 2022
545 5102-50 Avenue

Alcohol Sales (Liquor Store) & Signage

Ref: DP 006-22

October 4, 2022
2687 4801-39 Street

Fascia Sign Update - Name change

Ref: DP 039-21

November 10, 2022
2826 4928-50 Avenue

Retail Store

Ref: Bldg was previously used & issued as a retail store

November 22, 2022
       

This list above does not represent all exempted projects granted by the Development Officer as some residents choose not to apply officially in writing with the department.  The department is providing this official exemption as an option if residents so choose.

As all exemptions are stamped and signed by the Development Officer, some residents have found it helpful to apply for the exemption so that the document can be provided to:

  • a future owner as proof that a development permit was not required at the time the project was started,
  • your hired contractor,
  • The Inspections Group Inc. when you apply for any other safety codes permit, or
  • The Town of St. Paul reception when you apply for a business licence.