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Fees and forms

To process your application in a timely manner, please fill out as much of the forms as possible.  ie:  Signature, Project Details, Plans if required, Septic approval and wetlants permits if required, Estimated Costs etc.

Building/Development Permit Application

Other forms:

Simple build plans  - for small additions, attached decks, etc

Agent authorization form - to allow someone other than the landowner to apply for a permit. Digital forms may be emailed to permits@snbsc.ca.

St. Stephen Permit Application

St. Andrews Sign permit application form

Rezoning Application

Variance Application

Zoning Request Form

Tentative Subdivision Application

Electrical Waiver - use the St. Stephen Permit application for waivers in St. Stephen

Building/Development permit costs: Saint Andrews, St. George, McAdam, Harvey and non-incorporated areas:

Building Permit=$25.00 + $5.00/thousand; Development Permit=$50.00

St. Stephen Building Permit costs:  Call our office for more information

Fees for non-incorporated Areas

Service Fee
Parcel being added $200.00
Documents (deeds, leases, exemptions, easements, mortgages) $100.00
Zoning Confirmation $100.00
All Variances (dimensional, temporary use, similar use, development officer) $250.00
Non-Conforming Use Application $250.00
Terms & Conditions Application $250.00
Subdivision Type 1 $200.00 + $25.00/lot
Subdivision Type 2 (road or private access) $500.00 + $50.00/lot
Subdivision Re-application Administration Fee $100.00
Temporary Permit $250.00
Electrical Waiver $25.00
Rezoning $1500.00
Client Requested Special PRAC Meeting $500.00

Other forms:

The Province has mandated that any construction within 30 metres of a designated collector road of highway must first obtain a certificate of setback from the Department of Transportation and Infrastructure. As of June 1, 2020, the province has not placed this form online. A copy - which may not be the most up-to-date - of the  Application for Certificate Of Setback can be downloaded here.  Note: this must be submitted to the Department of Transportation and Infrastructure - not us.