Industrial, Commercial, Institutional & Multi-Storey Building & Development
New Site Grading Procedure
As of October 1, 2021 any commercial building permit application is required to follow the new site grading procedure. Refer to Commercial & Multi-Family Site Grading for detailed information.
The Commercial Building Permit Program is committed to helping professional consultants and contractors navigate the City’s construction standards and permits, and offers several resources and guides to help keep projects on track and up to code.
- A professional architect or engineer is required for projects outside the scope of Part 9 of the National Building Code. For more information, please refer to Requirement for a Design Professional
- For industrial, commercial, or institutional construction, complete this application and applicable forms. For multi-storey construction, complete this application and applicable forms. For more information on which forms to complete, please refer to the Permit Forms and Brochures page or contact Building Standards and one of our staff will be happy to assist you.
- All drawings are to be prepared to professional drafting standards. Please see Electronic Drawing Requirements for more information. Plans must be to scale and have dimensions. Pencil drawings or drawings on graph paper will not be accepted. Drawings marked “preliminary only” or “not for construction” will not be accepted.
- Apply Online. New online services are now available for building and development permits and inspections. The new ePermitting system allows you to track all permit and inspection activity from initial application to completion, renewal or expiration of your permit. Visit saskatoon.ca/epermitting to register your account or to sign-in to the online portal.
Click the link above to find more information on building permit fees.
Learn more about permit times for building and development projects.