The property line is typically well back from the edge of the sidewalk in residential neighbourhoods. Please refer to a Real Property Report (RPR) of your lot to determine the location of the property lines. Fences or retaining walls are not an accurate reference, as they often do not follow the property line exactly.
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The conditions and information contained within your Development Permit are important. As the landowner, you are responsible for fulfilling the conditions of the development permit, complying with the land use bylaw, and obtaining any other required permits (e.g., building permit).
If you are unsure about any requirements, we would be happy to explain or clarify for you. For more information, please contact Development Services at 780.865.6010.
The development deposit is returned once a project is complete and the conditions within the Development Permit are satisfied. Please contact the Development Services at 780.865.6010 for more information or to request a final inspection.
Maps of Hinton are available online for free. These maps contain information on the:
Parkland and green space adjacent your property is considered public space. Please do not dump debris there, use it as storage, or landscape the area, as most parkland is meant to be left natural for all to enjoy. Please help us keep our parks clean and fun for everyone.