Planning & Development

Planning & Development

Building Permits

The Construction Codes Act came into force on January 1, 2022 and has repealed-and replaced The Uniform Building and Accessibility Standards Act as the legislation which governs construction standards in Saskatchewan.

Municipalities are required to adopt a building bylaw. Please see below.

Building Bylaw

Download building permit application here.

Building Permit Application

Building Permits must be approved before any construction begins.

Development Permits

All new development within the municipality requires a Development Permit. Farm buildings which include barns, sheds and granaries do not require a Development Permit but must meet the setback requirements of the Zoning Bylaw.

Farm dwellings do require a Development Permit and Building Permit.

Farm Buildings & Farm Residences

The Development Permit allows the municipality to ensure that the new development meets all requirements for the zoning district in which the development will occur. You can download a Development Permit Application or contact the RM office.  The application must be fully completed and received 2 weeks prior to our regularly scheduled council meeting to be included on the agenda.

Development Permits must be approved before any construction begins.


Information and application forms for subdivision from Community Planning can be found below. It is useful to review the Municipalities Zoning Bylaw and Official Community Plan. To note, this Municipality has a minimum 10 acre requirement.

Subdivision and Land Use