Any development on your lot requires a development permit. If you are considering doing any work, please APPLY EARLY, as development applications require a number of documents to be completed, and are approved by Council at their monthly meetings. After approval, there is also a 21 day waiting period.
Once your development permit has been approved by Council, you will need to get the necessary permits (building, gas, plumbing, electrical) from Superior Safety Codes Inc.
All shoreline work requires a permit from Alberta Environment.
For new sewer line connections to the main line, an inspection needs to be done by NEPL - North East Pigeon Lake Sewer Commission prior to it being covered it up. Contact the County of Wetaskiwin at (780) 352-3321 to request the inspection. They do not need to ask for an inspection if there was already a connection to the main line, and they are just re-building their cabin and connecting at the house. There is no fee for the connection.
Call Before You Dig: 1-800-242-3447 www.alberta1call.com
For natural gas lines, visit clickbeforeyoudig.com or call 1-800-242-3477 to request locates at least two working days before the start of any digging project.
The Summer Village of Itaska Beach's Development Officer can be contacted as follows:
Imai Thomas Welch
Phone: (403) 819-8352
A permanent road ban is in effect within the corporate limits of the Summer Village for the entire calendar year. The road ban shall impose up to a seventy-five percent (75%) axle weight restriction. A seasonal road ban is in place during spring breakup or any other time the road is at risk of damage. The seasonal road ban shall be at 50% axle weight restriction.
Roadata Services Ltd. manages the permits for the Summer Village of Itaska Beach, and inputs the information into the Provincial Transportation Routing and Vehicle Information System (TRAVIS). To get a permit, please call: 1-888-830-7623.
Boat Lifts & Docks
To get approval for placing anything in the lake, please go to: http://www.tc.gc.ca/marinesafety/oep/nwpp/menu.htm or call 1-888-675-6863 (Transport Canada).
A development permit is required, as well as Alberta Environment must be contacted before any shoreline development: ShorelineModification.pdf