Permit and application forms
- Building Permit Application
- Business License Application
- Bylaw Complaint Form
- Demolition Permit
- Detached Garage Building Permit
- Development Permit Application
- Historical Mural Incentive Program
- Home Occupation Development Permit Application
- Land Use Bylaw Amendment Application
- Mobile Home Relocation Permit Application
- Special Event Road Closure Application
- Subdivision Application
- Temporary Use of Public Property Application
- Request for Road Closure and Sale
- Keeping of Backyard Hens Application
- Urban Beekeeping Application (View Bylaw here)
A fire permit is required for the burning of burnable debris within the Town and a Fire Permit application is required. (Click Here to View the Fire Permit Application Form) . Section 2.4 of Bylaw 2020/15 defines Burnable Debris as;
a. straw and stubble;
b. grass and weeds;
c. leaves and tree pruning's;
d. brush and fallen trees on newly cleared land or associated with logging operations;
e. used power, telegraph and telephone poles that do not contain wood preservatives;
f. wooden materials, which do not contain wood preservatives, from the construction or demolition of buildings;
g. solid waste from post and pole operations that does not contain wood preservatives;
h. solid waste from tree harvesting operations;
As per section 11.2 of the Fire Bylaw 2020/15, a burn permit is not required for;
a. cooking food using a portable cooking appliance;
b. burning in municipal or private campgrounds and parks where Outdoor Fireplaces, Fire Pits and stoves have been approved by the Town. All portable cooking appliances including Gas-fired grills must meet CSA Group certification;
c. burning a smudge fire;
d. burning by the Fire Department for the purpose of training or hazard abatement;
e. the installation and operation of an outdoor incinerator;
f. the installation and operation of an outdoor fire pit; and,
g. any process, industry or facility that is governed or regulated, pursuant to the Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act.
A Fireworks Permit is required for the discharge of consumer, display fireworks and pyrotechnics within the Town of Rocky Mountain House. We have three types of permit applications:
Consumer (Low Hazard) Fireworks (Click Here to View Application Form) - means fireworks which are designed for recreational use and are classified as low-hazard fireworks within the Explosives Act but does not include sparklers;
Display (High-Hazard) Fireworks (Click Here to View Application Form) - means fireworks that are designed for professional use and are classified as high-hazard within the Explosives Act.
Special Effects - Pyrotechnic (Click Here to View Application Form) - has the same meaning as special effects pyrotechnics in the Explosives Regulations.
No person shall sell, display, possess or discharge any prohibited fireworks.
Questions about Town building and development permits? check out the information brochures below:
For questions on any of the above or for assistance completing an application form, contact Planning and Community Development at 403- 847-5260.