The Town of Erin's By-law #16-30 prohibits and regulates the removal of topsoil, the placing or dumping of fill and the alteration of the grade of land in areas within the Town (i.e. Site Alteration By-law).
No person shall undertake site alteration or cause site alteration to be undertaken unless a site alteration permit has been issued to undertake such site alteration.
Do I require a Site Alteration Permit
You may be exempt from a Site Alteration Permit. Please complete the Exemption Sheet and submit it to firstname.lastname@example.org. Staff will provide confirmation that a Permit is or is not required. If a Permit is required, please proceed with the steps outlined below.
Site Alteration Permit Process
- Once you have reviewed the By-law to determined that a Site Alteration Permit is required, please contact Building@erin.ca to obtain an Application Requirement Checklist. Please note that a Public Meeting and Site Alteration Agreement is required for Large Scale Site Alteration.
- Complete and submit the Site Alteration Application with all submission requirements.
- Pay the permit fee once an invoice is issued.
- A Permit shall be issued following the satisfaction of all requirements.
For any questions or concerns about Site Alterations, please email Building@erin.ca.