Monday - Friday, 8:30am - 4:00pm
The City of Campbell River has adjusted its practices to safely and efficiently provide services and to keep local builders and developers updated on any changes to our ability to process applications.
With a few limitations, the City continues to provide, process or issue:
- Planning applications such as zoning or official community plan amendments, development permits, development variance permits – processed electronically
- Engineering Applications such as development subdivisions and temporary use permits
- Works on City Lands Permits, except no work on the City water system at this time
- BC One Calls continue as normal
Please forward all above requests through firstname.lastname@example.org
Please check permit requirements before you start; to ensure you meet the BC Building Code and avoid delays and penalties.
- Construction Approvals building permits
- All Building Permit Applications
- Building Inspections, where required public health directives can be met
- Questions for building inspectors or regarding the BC Building Code
- Questions or concerns regarding ongoing construction within the City of Campbell River
Please forward all above requests through email@example.com
MEETING: City employees will connect with builders and developers by telephone and email; no in person meetings at this time.
PAYMENTS: Electronic payment options are available; no cash is being accepted at this time.
UPDATES AND BULLETINS: www.campbellriver.ca/building-bulletins
The primary purpose for the issuance of a Building Permit is to ensure that all buildings comply with the safety, health, building and zoning requirements of the City of Campbell River and the Province of British Columbia.
The City of Campbell River has prepared packages to assist in understanding the City's Building Permit and Inspection Process. The documents are for general guidance and do not replace bylaws or other legal documents.
The following pages will provide information on the various types of building permit applications
Answers to your frequently asked questions. more...
Free building and land development forums are offered the third Wednesday of each month for the local building and development industry. more...
This is a monthly report showing the number of permits issued, construction value of all permits and building permit fees, with a comparison to the previous years. more...
The BC Energy Step Code was enacted in April 2017 and is a part of the province’s commitment to make buildings net-zero energy ready by 2032. Incentives are available for new Part 9 buildings starting April 2018. more...
At various stages of construction, you must have the work inspected and approved. The required inspections for your permit will be listed on your Building Permit placard, which is to be placed in your building for the Building Official sign off on once the inspection has been completed. Please provide ample notice for all inspection requests. To call for an inspection, please contact the Land Use Services Department at 250-286-5725. more...
The primary purpose for the issuance of a Building Permit is to ensure that all buildings comply with the safety, health, building and zoning requirements of the City of Campbell River and the Province of British Columbia. The City of Campbell River has prepared packages to assist in understanding the City's Building Permit and Inspection Process. The documents are for general guidance and do not replace bylaws or other legal documents. more...