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 COVID-19 Response for Saskatoon Residents

Starting Monday, June 15, 2020, the Payment Centre, Customer Service & Collections counters located in the lobby of City Hall will open with a limited number of services, view what is available here. The lobby has been modified with the health, safety and well-being of employees and citizens as top priority. The remainder of City Hall remains closed to the public. Our business operations continue to ensure core services for our residents as much as possible. Public transit currently remains operational.

Condominium Approvals

Property owners may apply to the City for approval for condominium status of new buildings or conversion of existing buildings. City approval is required to provide condominium status to a property, pursuant to The Condominium Property Act, administered by the Province of Saskatchewan.

Filing an Application for a Condominium Registration

In order to file an application for a condominium registration, an applicant must:

  • Complete the application form
  • Include a cheque or money order for the application fee payable to the City of Saskatoon. Application fees are $787.00 for a new development, or $750.00 for the conversion of an existing building plus a per unit fee of $250.00 per unit (with no maximum).
  • Submit application and any appropriate supporting materials to:
    • Planning and Development, 222 Third Avenue North, Saskatoon, SK   S7K 0J5

Application Process

Planning and Development Review

The application will be examined to determine conformance with The Condominium Property Act, City of Saskatoon Policy for Condominium Approvals, and Zoning Bylaw, and any other applicable policies and regulations.  Comments from other civic departments and other government agencies may be requested where applicable.

Letter of Approval
If approved, the Director of Planning and Development and the City Clerk will sign the plans.  The applicant will be provided a Letter of Approval with the signed plans, which must be submitted to the Provincial Information Services Corporation for registration.

Appealing a Decision

Subject to Section 228 of The Planning and Development Act, 2007, an applicant may appeal the decision of the approving authority to the Development Appeals Board. ​