(FOR RECONSTRUCTION OF BUILDING/STRUCTURE)
Building Bylaw Requirements and
Write to the city of your intention to demolish the structure. Include: Name of Owner, Address, Site Address, Legal Description, and the Work Description.
Pay all of the taxes on the building, or portion thereof.
Pay the city a $50.00 Administrative Fee, and a $500.00 Damage Deposit for a 6 month Demolition permit.
Complete the demolition within 6 months of issue and receive a refund of your damage deposit less the necessary charges.
Finally, clean up the property so that it is safe and level.
You may reuse the water and sewer service connections if the water service is 20+ mm (3/4 in.) in size, free of lead, and has been inspected by the City of Swift Current at no charge. You must notify the city if service is to be stopped; the city will disconnect this as the owner’s expense. Half services may be installed at the owner’s expense, and all materials must be provided by the plumber and not the city.
The city will terminate the water and electrical meters—2 days notice is required (306-778-2731). Contact SaskEnergy (306-778-4151) regarding charges for terminating gas lines at the main.
FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT:
PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT, BUILDING, BYLAW AND LICENSING DIVISION
CITY OF SWIFT CURRENT
P.O. Box 340
(177 - 1st Avenue NE)
Swift Current, Saskatchewan
Telephone : 306-778-2740
Fax : 306-778-2194
This pamphlet has no legal status and can not be used as an official interpretation of the various Bylaws and Regulations currently in effect. Users are advised to contact the Engineering Department (306-778-2748) for assistance, as the City of Swift Current accepts no responsibility to persons relying solely on this information.
The issuing of a permit does not exempt the contractor/owner from compliance with any Bylaws, Statutes or Regulations that may be applicable.
A contractor/owner, which is found to contravene any Bylaw, Statute or Regulation, may have the permit revoked.
A permit shall not be deemed an endorsement by the City of Swift Current of the contractors business practices.