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Our commitment to your safety translates to the consistent and reliable implemetation of policies. 

One such means are our plumbing permits. This document ensures that your plumbing-related projects comply with standard regulation. 

Doing so means accomplishing your project in the right way for your piece of mind; protecting you and your loved ones from untoward incidents arising from unregulated development. 

 

How do I Apply for a Plumbing Permit? 


In addition, you can download the application form through this link.

Upon downloading, completing and signing the form, you may submit your application in the following ways:

  • Email the completed form with the necessary attachments to SafetyCodes@dinosaurvalley.com;
  • Fax in the permit form and necessary attachments to (403) 823-7739, or;
  • Visit us at Town Hall between 8:00am - 4:30pm Monday through Friday.

Drumheller Plumbing Permit fees

For more information, please call us at (403) 823-1310. We are dedicated to assisting you understand this important requirement.

 

When is a Plumbing Permit Required? 

 

A permit in the plumbing discipline is required to install, alter, or add to a plumbing system. 

 

When is a Plumbing Permit NOT Required? 

 

A permit is not required for the following: 

  • To install a water service that connects a buliding to a municipal or private water supply; 
  • To install a building sewer or storm sewer outside of a building; 
  • To change a fixture, water heater, faucet, trap, or valve if a design change to the piping system is not required ;
  • To install plumbing fixtures in a single family residential dwelling if roughed-in piping has been completed under another permit, and; 
  • To install residential water treatment devices in a single family residential dwelling. 

 

Who May Obtain a Plumbing Permit?  

 

A plumbing permit may be issued to the following: 

  • A plumber; 
  • An owner who resides in a single family residential dwelling if the plumbing system serves the dwelling; 
  • An owner of a farm building if the plumbing system serves the farm building; 

Permits issued may be limited to the type and scope of the undertaking for the purpose of achieve the level of safety intended by the Safety Codes Act and the regulations. 

 

 

firediscipline

As an organization committed to promoting your well-being, we recognize the storage of flammable materials to be a risk that cannot go unregulated. 

Petroleum storage tank systems are regulated under the Alberta Fire Code (AFC)

The installation of petroleum storage tanks is similar to the other types of activities addressed in the Permit Regulation. 

 

When are Storage Tank System Permits Required? 

 

A permit in the fire discipline is required to install, alter, or remove a storage tank system to which the AFC applies. 

 

When are Storage Tank System Permits NOT Required? 

 

Policies on the matter does not apply to the storage of flammable or combustible liquids on farms for individual farm use because they are exempted from the AFC.

 

Who May Obtain a Storage Tank System Permit?

 

This kind of permit may be issued to the owner of the parcel of land on which the storage tank system is to be installed.

 

For more information, please call us at (403) 823-1310 and we will do our best to address your concerns.  

 

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We understand the importance of private sewage disposal systems in waste management. 

As your municipal government, we would like to be a primary agency responsible for making sure that when installing or maintaining one, you and your family are kept well protected during the undertaking itself and the system's future use. 

For this reason, we employ permitting regulations based on policies formulated to promote your welfare. 

 

When is a Private Sewage Disposal Permit Required?

 

A permit in the private sewage discipline is required for a private sewage disposal system undertaking. 

 

When is a Private Sewage Disposal Permit NOT Required? 

 

Nevertheless, a permit is not required for the replacement of any equipment of a private sewage disposal system with units of a similar type if the replacement is made for the purpose of maintaining the system. 

It must not also modify the design of the system. 

 

Who May Obtain a Private Sewage Disposal Permit? 

 

This kind of permit may be granted to the following: 

  • A private sewage installer for any private sewage system; 
  • A restricted private sewage installer for the installation of holding tanks; 
  • An owner who resides in a single family residential dwelling for any private sewage system if the private sewage disposal system serves the dwelling, and; 
  • An owner of a farm building for any private sewage system if the private sewage disposal system serves the farm building. 

Notably, a permit issued may be limited in terms of the type and scope of the undertaking for the purpose of achieving the level of safety intended by the Safety Codes Act

 

How do I Apply for a Private Sewage Disposal Permit? 

 

To begin your application process, please download the application form here

Upon downloading, completing, and signing the form, you may submit your application in the following ways: 

  • E-mail the completed form with the necessary attachments to SafetyCodes@dinosaurvalley.com
  • Fax in the permit form and necessary attachments to (403) 823-7739, or; 
  • Visit us at Town Hall between 8:00 am to 4:30 pn, Monday through Friday. 

 

For more information, please call us at (403) 823-1310.

We are committed to strengthening our partnership with you as a member of our community. 

gaspermit

We  promote your safety by effectively implementing policies that serve that ensure your protection when dealing with gas-related undertakings. 

The gas discipline of Safety Services is responsible for establishing and interpreting the gas codes, standards and respective regulations under the Safety Codes Act.

This covers the installation of natural gas appliances, equipment, components, and accessories where gas is to be used for fuel purposes, propane storage/handling, and the installation of natural gas/propane alternate fuel systems on highway vehicles for motive power.

 

How do I apply for a Gas Permit?

Drumheller Gas fees 2017

In addition, you can download the form through this link.

Upon downloading, completing and signing the form, you may submit your application in the following ways:

  • Email the completed form with the necessary attachments to SafetyCodes@dinosaurvalley.com;
  • Fax in the permit form and necessary attachments to (403) 823-7739, or;
  • Visit us at Town Hall between 8:00am - 4:30pm Monday through Friday.

For more information, please call us at (403) 823-1310 and we will be more than happy to address your concerns.

 

When is a Gas Permit Required?

 

 A permit in the gas discipline is required to install, alter or add to a gas system. Gas here includes natural gas or propane gas.

 

When is a Gas Permit NOT Required?

 

A gas permit is not required for:

  • A gas system that uses propane or natural gas for motor vehicles;
  • Replacement of dryers, ranges, water heaters or space heating appliances if they are located in a single family dwelling and if no design change is required to any gas piping or venting system;
  • Relocation of a gas meter by a gas utility company;
  • A propane container with a capacity of not more than 454 litres, or containers manifolded together with an aggregate capacity of not more than 454 litres, and;
  • A propane container and installation serving a pump jack, flare stack or oil tank heater at an oilfield site.

If you are unsure if your project requires a permit or would like more information, contact the Planning and Development main line at 780-979-2113.

The receptionist will direct you to the most appropriate staff member.

 

Who May Obtain a Gas Permit?

 

A gas permit may be issued to the following: 

  • A gasfitter; 
  • An owner who resides in a single family residential dwelling if the gas system serves the dwelling; 
  • An owner of a farm building if the gas system serves the farm building; 
  • A person who has satisfactorily completed a course of training acceptable to the administrator for the installation of liquefied petroleum tanks, and;  
  • A person who has satisfactorily completed a course of training acceptable to the administrator for the installation of natural gas secondary lines; 

Nevertheless, it must be noted that we may limit the type and scope of the undertaking for which a permit is issued to achieve the level of safety intended by the Safety Codes Act