Heating, Plumbing and Gas

Find out when you need a heating, plumbing or gas permit and how to apply.

Heating

You’ll need a heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) permit for any HVAC or hydronic heating work in your house.

Heating Permit Application Form (pdf)

Only a licensed heating contractor will be given a permit for new home HVAC work. 

Plumbing

If plumbing is already existing and you are attaching fixtures, a plumbing permit is not required. For any alterations or new plumbing, a permit is required.

Plumbing Permit Application (pdf)

Only a licensed plumbing contractor will be given a permit for new home plumbing work. You may do your own plumbing for any renovations or additions to existing plumbing as long as you are pre-approved to do so by one of the Plumbing Inspectors. To do this, a detailed schematic will have to be submitted for review.

Gas

You’ll need a gas fitting permit for any gas fitting work in your house.

Gas Permit Application Form (pdf)

Only a licensed gas fitting contractor will be given a permit.

Inspections

You’ll need at least two safety code inspections during the course of your heating, plumbing, or gas installations.

  1. A rough-in inspection before concealing any work.
  2. A final inspection when the project is done.

You’ll need to fix any deficiencies brought up during the inspections. You may need follow-up inspections depending on how bad the deficiencies are, or written notification to your inspector of their completion.

You can schedule your inspection online using MyInspections.

For more information, call Inspections & Licensing at 403-342-8190 or visit us on the third floor of City Hall between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.

News & Notices

Residents asked to stay off sports ...

April 21, 2017

Due to wet conditions this spring The City advises residents to stay off of the sports fields and ball diamonds to avoid damaging the grass.

You still have a chance to tell us ...

April 20, 2017

Last night at the Budget 2018 Open House, nearly 100 residents came out to learn about the 2017 budget, and share their thoughts about where they would do things a little differently.