Do you want to build on your property, modify the terrain, or use it for a purpose that isn't currently allowed in the Zoning Bylaw? A Development Application may be required, depending on the location of the property and the type of development.
Development Permit Areas are designated within Electoral Area Official Community Plans for a variety of purposes.
Do you need to provide a geo-hazard report for your development project? What does this mean and what's required? The FVRD has requirements for geo-hazard reports in order to ensure safe development and minimize risk to buildings, infrastructure and occupants. Learn more by visiting our Geo-Hazard Report section.
A Development Variance Permit (DVP) is required if your proposal does not conform to current bylaws.
What can I do with my property?
Can I subdivide my property?
Temporary Use Permits, Site Specific Floodplain Exemption, Agricultural Land Reserve, Tree-Cutting
*Please note that while the FVRD is able to accomodate applications made via email, there is a size limit of 10MB.