Site servicing plans are required for all building permit applications where such work will affect the building's use, servicing or access requirements.
Applications submitted without a complete site servicing plan, when required, will not be accepted with authorization from the Engineering Land Development Division.
- How to Prepare a Residential Site Servicing Plan
- How to Prepare a Complex Site Servicing Plan (commercial/multi-residential)
A Site Servicing Plan must be to scale:
- drawing scale not less than 1:100 metric for single family and duplex residential
- recommended drawing scale of either 1:100, 1:200 or 1:250 for commercial and multi-residential
And shall include:
- property lines, rights-of-way and easements, address and street names
- all existing and proposed street features (street lights, utility poles, trees, hydrants, sign posts...)
- all existing and proposed underground and overhead utilities (hydro, communications and gas), and municipal services (storm drain, sanitary sewer and water) see sample plan
- existing, proposed and redundant driveway crossings with dimensions from property lines
- curbs, gutter sidewalks and onsite parking
Plus items detailed in the following:
- Site Servicing Plan - Type A (Residential) [PDF/72KB]
- Site Servicing Plan - Type B (Commercial) [PDF/97KB]