An Electrical Permit is required to install, alter, or add to an electrical system.
Click here to view the Electrical Permit Application Form
Electrical Permit Fee Schedule:
Click here to view the Electrical Permit Fee Schedule for New Residential Installations
Click here to view the Electrical Permit Fee Schedule for Other Than New Residential Installations
Who can Obtain an Electrical Permit?
A permit issuer may issue a permit in the electrical discipline to the following:
- An owner who resides or intends to reside in a single family residential dwelling where the electrical system serves that dwelling
- A master electrician for any electrical system within the scope of the master electrician’s certification
- A restricted master electrician for any electrical system within the scope of the restricted master electrician’s certification
- A rural wireman for an electrical undertaking in a residence, farm build or similar structure, in an area of Alberta prescribed by an Administrator, if the service ampacity does not exceed 100 amperes and 300 volts single phase
- An owner of a farm building served by a single phase electrical system
- An owner, operator or designate of a power line construction company or an electrical utility for the construction of an overhead or underground power system governed by the Alberta Electrical Utility Code
- A sign installation technician to perform electrical undertakings within the scope of the technician’s duties as permitted by the Apprenticeship and Industry Training Act
Further information relating to Electrical Permits can be found in the Alberta Safety Codes Act and the Permit Regulation.
For more information, please contact Planning & Development at 403-934-3133.
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