Jasper National Park Public Notices

Jasper National Park

Planning and Development Advisory Committee (PDAC)
Public hearing – Thursday, July 18, 2024

Committee of Adjustments (Planning and Development Advisory Committee)
3:30 pm, Thursday, July 18, 2024
Jasper Heritage Train Station – Grand Trunk Pacific Boardroom – 607 Connaught Drive


Meeting agenda:

  1. 1. Block 41 Lot 3 – 1228 Patricia Street – Discretionary Use Application: Application to allow for the Discretionary Use of a one-bedroom Private Home Accommodation located in the Cabin Creek West One-Unit Dwelling District (CCWa).
  2. 2. Block 35 Lot 31– 11 Aspen Crescent – Discretionary Use Application: Application to allow for the Discretionary Use of a two-bedroom Private Home Accommodation located in the Two-Unit Dwelling District (R2).

Parties affected by these applications are invited to make a written, or oral presentation, to the committee. Oral presentations at the meeting are limited to 5 minutes and written presentations to a maximum of 500 words. To register a written letter or register to make an oral presentation to be heard at the public hearing, please contact Parks Canada Development Office at jasperdevelopment@pc.gc.ca no later than 1:00 PM on Wednesday, July 17, 2024. Presentations that are not registered by the deadline, will not be permitted at the public hearing. If any parties affected by these applications have any questions or wish to view the applications, please contact Parks Canada Development Office at jasperdevelopment@pc.gc.ca.

Notice of decision – Thursday, June 20, 2024

Jasper National Park Committee of Adjustments (Planning and Development Advisory Committee)

Applications heard at the public meeting held at 3:30 pm on Thursday, June 20, 2024

Applications:

  1. Block S, Lot 7 – #29 Stan Wright Drive
    • Discretionary Use Application: Application to allow for the Discretionary Uses of both Professional and Office Support Services and Vehicle (Bicycle) Storage located in the Storage and Services District (S).
    • Discretionary Use: Approved


  2. Block 28, Lot 29 – 822 Geikie Street
    • Discretionary Use Application: Application to allow for the Discretionary Use of a Private Home Accommodation located in the One-Unit Dwelling District (R1).
    • Discretionary Use: Approved

Notices of Decision Archive

The following web archive lists all of the Planning and Development Advisory Committee Notices of Decision issued in Jasper National Park since July 15, 2021, and is searchable by date of public hearing, address, description of application, and decision. For questions on development in Jasper, please contact the Jasper Development Office at 780-852-6123 or at jasperdevelopment@pc.gc.ca

Archived Jasper National Park Notices of Decision

Archived Jasper National Park Notices of Decision
Date of Public Hearing Address Description of Application Decision
2024-04-25 Parcel HI Application to allow for the rezoning of this property from Community Reserve to Roads and Lanes. Rezoning: Approved
2024-04-25 Parcel HG, 74 Connaught Drive Application to allow for a Town of Jasper Land Use Policy relaxation related to staff accommodation, accessory building eave height, accessory building overall building height, fence height, and fence material in the Institutional District (I). Variance(s): Conditionally Approved
2024-03-21 Block 40, Lot 11 – 1210 Cabin Creek Drive Discretionary Use Application: Application to allow for the Discretionary Use of a Two-Bedroom Private Home Accommodation located in the Cabin Creek West Two-unit Dwelling (CCWb) District. Discretionary use: Approved
2024-03-21 Block 14, Lot 27 – 102B Patrica Street Discretionary Use Application: Application to allow for the Discretionary Use of a One-Bedroom Private Home Accommodation located in the Two-unit Dwelling (R2) District. Discretionary use: Approved
2024-03-21 Block 14, Lot 27 – 102B Patrica Street Variance Application: Application to allow for a Variance of one (1) commercial on-site parking stall located in the Two-unit Dwelling (R2) District. Variance: Approved
2024-02-15 Town of Jasper Land Use Policy Amendment Application to amend the Town of Jasper Land Use Policy to include “Community Kitchen” as a Discretionary Use in the Institutional District (I). Amendment: Approved
2024-02-15 Block 35, Lot 38 – #25 Aspen Crescent Discretionary Use Application: Application to allow for the Discretionary Use of a Community Kitchen located in the Institutional District (I). Discretionary use: Approved
2024-01-18 Block S, Lot 7 – #29 Stan Wright Drive Discretionary Use Application: Application to allow for the Discretionary Uses of Professional and Office Support Services located in the Commercial Storage and Services District (S Block). Discretionary use: Approved
2024-01-18 Block 35, Lot 38 – #25 Aspen Crescent Discretionary Use Application: Application to allow for the Discretionary Use of a Private Home Accommodation located in the Two-Unit Dwelling District (R2). Discretionary use: Approved
2023-12-21 Block S, Lot 54 – 32 Stan Wright Drive Discretionary Use Application: Application to allow for the Discretionary Uses of both manufacturing services, as well as professional and office support services located in the Commercial Storage and Services District (S Block). Discretionary use: Approved
2023-12-21 Block 35, Lot 15 – 204 Bonhomme Street Discretionary Use Application: Application to allow for the Discretionary Use of a Private Home Accommodation located in the Old Town Jasper Historic District (R2H). Discretionary Use: Approved
2023-12-21 Block 28, Lots 39 and 40 – 800 Geikie Street Variance Application: Application to allow for a Town of Jasper Land Use Policy relaxation related to site coverage, on-site parking, and maximum gross floor area as it relates to the construction of a new Two-Unit Dwelling within the One-Unit Dwelling District (R1).
  • Variance (Site Coverage): Approved
  • Variance (On-Site Parking): Denied
  • Variance (Maximum Gross Floor Area): Approved
2023-11-16 Block S, Lot 7 – 29 Stan Wright Drive Discretionary use application: Application to allow for the Discretionary Uses of both manufacturing services, as well as professional and office support services located in the Commercial Storage and Services District (S Block). Discretionary use: Approved
2023-07-20 Block 25, Lot 14 – 728 Patricia Street Discretionary Use Application: Application to allow for the Discretionary Use of a Private Home Accommodation located in the R2 District. Variance: Approved
2023-07-20 Block 12, Lot 5 – 709 Geikie Street Discretionary Use Application: Application to allow for the Discretionary Use of a Private Home Accommodation located in the R2 District. Variance: Approved
2023-04-20 Land Use Policy Amendment Parks Canada has applied to amend the Town of Jasper Land Use Policy for the purpose of bringing clarification to the existing policy regarding Home Based Business (HBB). Application to amend the Land Use Policy: Approved
2023-01-19 Block 7, Lot 11 – 604 Connaught Drive The proponent has applied for a Variance with regards to the required on-site parking in the Commercial District (C1). Variance: Approved
2022-11-17 Block 7 Lots 2-3-4, 601 Patricia Street The proponent has applied for a variance with regards to the required on-site parking in the Commercial District (C1). Variance: Approved
2022-10-20 Block 20 Lot 10, 719 Maligne Drive The proponent has applied for a variance with regards to the red roof colour of the proposed garage and associated garage suite in the One-Unit Dwelling Residential District (R1). Variance: Approved
2022-08-18 Block 38 Lot 2, 1123 Cabin Creek Drive The proponent has applied for a variance to normalize the existing condition(s) of the site: As-Built below grade entrance to the basement; reduction of setback for existing accessory building; and an increase to the allowable accessory building eave height in the CCWc District. Variance: Approved
2022-06-16 Block 9 Lot 19, 632B Connaught Drive Application to add the Discretionary Use of Equipment Rentals within the C1 Commercial District. Discretionary Use: Approved
2022-06-16 Block 9 Lot 26, 618 Connaught Drive Application to add the Discretionary Use of Entertainment Establishment within the C1 Commercial District. Discretionary Use: Approved
2022-06-16 Block 5 Lot 15, 4 Pyramid Lake Road Application to add the Discretionary Use of Drinking Establishment within the C1 Commercial District. Discretionary Use: Approved
2022-04-21 Block 9 Lot 22, 626 Connaught Drive The proponent has applied to add the Discretionary Use of Eating Establishment to the Commercial District (C1) in order to accommodate a new restaurant. Discretionary Use: Approved
2022-04-21 Block 10 Lots 12 and 13, 616 Patricia Street The proponent has applied to add the Discretionary Use of Eating Establishment to the Commercial District (C1) in order to accommodate a new restaurant. Discretionary Use: Approved
2022-02-17 Block S Lot 21, 53 Stan Wright Drive The proponent has applied to add the Discretionary Use of Manufacturing Services to this property located within the Block S District in order to accommodate a Commissary Kitchen Discretionary Uses: Approved
2022-02-17 Portion of Open Space located in Stan Wright Industrial Area The proponent has applied to rezone a portion of land from Open Space District to Institutional, and to add the Discretionary Uses of Parking Lot and Utilities in order to accommodate a Parking Lot, Bulk Water / Sanitary Station, and Community Recycling Centre. Rezoning: Approved
Discretionary Uses: Approved
2021-12-16 Block 7, Lot 11 – 604 Connaught Drive Request for Discretionary Use of Eating Establishment in the Commercial District C1 Discretionary Uses: Approved
2021-11-18 Block 10, Lots ½ 13, 14, 15 – 610 Patricia Street Request for Discretionary Use of Eating Establishment in the Commercial District C1 Discretionary Uses: Approved
2021-08-19 Block S, Lot 29, 48 Stan Wright Drive Application for a Discretionary Uses in the Storage and Services District (Block S): Kennel Services; Retail Services Incidental to the Primary Use Discretionary Uses: Approved
2021-08-19 Block S, Lot 29, 48 Stan Wright Drive Application to reduce required on-site parking from 9 to 3 stalls Variance Request: Conditionally approved
Condition: 5 stalls are provided on site. Tandem stalls are acceptable at the side of the building, if prioritized for staff.
2021-08-19 Block 42, Lot 25, 1033 Poplar Ave Application to vary fence material requirements Variance Request: Approved
2021-07-15 Block 9, Lot 1, 611 Patricia Street Application for a Discretionary Use in the Commercial District (C1): Equipment Rental Discretionary Use: Approved
2021-07-15 Block R11, 302 Elm Avenue Application for a Discretionary Use in the Institutional District (I): Childcare Facilities Discretionary Use: Approved
2021-07-15 Block R11, 302 Elm Avenue Application for a Discretionary Use in the Institutional District (I): Childcare Facilities Discretionary Use: Approved
Town of Jasper Land Use Policy Amendment Application for PDAC - March 22, 2023

Application to the Planning and Development Advisory Committee

Executive summary

Parks Canada has initiated a process to amend the Private Home Accommodation (PHA) requirements as stated in the Town of Jasper Land Use Policy. The intent of the proposed PHA amendments is to address previous permitting inconsistencies and facilitate clear, consistent and fair implementation of the PHA permitting process, for the benefit of current and future PHA operators, the community and visitors.

Background on conceptual changes

During the 2018 consultations for the proposed Land Use Planning Regulation the Municipality and participants requested a separate meeting be arranged to discuss local housing issues in the Park community and options to permit more rental housing inside the townsite. Parks Canada and the Municipality jointly funded a consultant, met with the Chamber of Commerce and the Jasper Home Accommodation Association (JHAA), in February of 2019, and hosted a public forum on March 14, 2019. Topics discussed at the forum included: Options for updating Jasper’s Zoning Regulations; considerations for Accessory Dwelling Units; and Private Home Accommodations. From the What We Heard Report, based on this 2019 consultation (available at: Jasper National Park Public Notices), feedback specific to Private Home Accommodations was considered and on May 12, 2022 twelve concepts for PHA policy changes were proposed. After receiving preliminary feedback, the proposal was withdrawn.

In July of 2022 Parks Canada met with both the JHAA and the Municipality to obtain feedback on PHA changes. From the meetings, and the 2019 feedback, eight conceptual PHA policy changes were put forward in December 2022. A six-week public consultation process on the “Private Home Accommodation Conceptual Policy Changes” resulted in a PHA Concept Policy Changes What We Heard Report.

The consultation process was advertised in the Fitzhugh newspaper and posted on the Parks Canada Public Notice webpage and the What We Heard Report is available on the Jasper National Park Public Notices.

In consideration of the feedback, the following three concepts will not be amended in the policy at this time: PHA Parking (Not Obstructed); PHA On-site Parking Use; and PHA Discretionary Use Permit 3-year Term. These concepts remain important to address and Parks Canada will further consult with both the JHAA, and the Municipality of Jasper, on the creation of PHA Guidelines and a PHA Compliance Strategy.

Proposed policy changes

This application to amend the Town of Jasper Land Use Policy includes the five remaining PHA concepts that have been consulted on as well as several policy clarifications.

Note to reader:

  • The Explanatory notes are solely to serve as a record of the intent of each amendment but will not form part of the formal Land Use Plan amendment.

  1. Kitchens prohibited in PHAs
  2. Proposed policy amendments:

    1. Section 30.06 Private Home Accommodation Additional Requirements subsection (a) is hereby amended by the addition of:

      “(vii) not contain a kitchen, unless constructed as an approved secondary suite through an approved Parks Canada Development Permit and a Parks Canada Building Permit process”
    Explanatory note:

    The intent is to clarify the existing policy restricting a PHA from having a kitchen unless the PHA is contained within a secondary suite. With the adoption of the Interim Policy for Secondary Suites in the Town of Jasper in 2020 this new option to have a PHA with a Kitchen is now be possible. Public Feedback specific to “No limitation of cupboards / refrigerator size” was well supported; therefore, Parks Canada will not propose an amendment to the Policy in this regard and will consult with both the JHAA, and the Municipality of Jasper, and the community to address this further through creation of PHA Guidelines and a PHA Compliance Strategy.


  3. PHA gross floor area
  4. Proposed policy amendment: Private Home Accommodation Area definition and limitation to a maximum of 45% of the dwellings gross floor area is achieved through the following amendments:

    1. Section 3.02 Definitions subsection (a) is hereby amended by the addition of:

      “private home accommodation area” means the gross floor area within the dwelling attributed to the use of the Private Home Accommodation which may include, but not limited to, any bedrooms, bathrooms, entrances or hallways, sitting rooms, storage areas, or other spaces.”

    2. Section 30.05 Home Based Business Specific Requirements (a) All Home Based Businesses shall comply with: … (iv) is hereby replaced with:

      “(iv) a Home Based Business, excluding a Private Home Accommodation, shall occupy no more than 10% of the gross floor area of a dwelling unit including associated storage of materials, goods, supplies or equipment”

    3. Section 30.06 Private Home Accommodation Additional Requirements (a) In addition to all of the Home Based Business requirements, a Private Home Accommodation shall: … (vi) is amended with the addition of:

      “(vi) have a total Private Home Accommodation Area that must not exceed 45% of gross floor area of the dwelling it is located within”
    Explanatory note:

    The intent is to clarify that a Private Home Accommodation Area may occupy up to 45% of the dwellings gross floor area.


  5. Compliance inspections (PHA compliance deadline)
  6. Proposed policy amendments: The deletion of section 31.05 Inspections including subsection (a) will remove this Private Home Accommodation Permit 60-day enforcement deadline.

    1. Section 31.05 Inspection, including subsection (a), is hereby deleted in its entirety;

    2. Section 5.17 Enforcement subsections (b) and (d) are replaced with:

      "(b) The superintendent may suspend or revoke a permit issued under these Policies where it is found that a development, construction, or the use of the land or building, in whole or in part, is not in accordance with any of the following conditions:

      1. the Act and regulations;
      2. the terms and conditions of a permit issued under these Policies;
      3. if the permit was issued, in the opinion of the superintendent, on the basis of substantial incorrect information or misrepresentation by the applicant; or
      4. the permit was issued in error.
      5. ...

      (d) If the superintendent finds that a development, construction, or the use of the land or building, in whole or in part, is not in accordance with the Act and regulations, or the terms and conditions of a permit issued under these Policies, the superintendent may, by written notice, order the grantee, lessee, licensee, the person in possession of the parcel of land or the building or the person responsible for the contravention to:

      1. stop any construction on the building or the use of the land or building in whole or in part as directed by the notice;
      2. demolish, remove or replace the building; or
      3. carry out any other actions required by the notice so that the building or use of the land or the building is made to comply with the provisions of the notice.”
    Explanatory note:

    The intent is to clarify that PHA enforcement will be aligned with the existing enforcement actions as stated in section 5.17 Enforcement. Section 5.17 is also amended to include “use” as this concept is proposed to be separated from the current definition of Development (see Discretionary Use Permit below). Further consultation on a PHA Compliance Strategy with the JHAA and the Municipality of Jasper is required in addition to these policy changes.


  7. Exterior entrance restrictions
  8. Proposed policy amendments: Current Policy restricts one-unit and two-unit dwellings to: a maximum of 2 exterior entrances per dwelling; no exterior stairway to the second floor permitted; no enclosed entrance hallways (vestibules) permitted; and no independent access to basements permitted. Deletion of the following sections will remove these Exterior Entrance Restrictions:

    1. Section 3.02 Definitions (a) “vestibule” to be deleted

    2. Section 15.06(h)(iv) deletion of sub-sub-subsections (1), (2), (3), and (4) will remove the exterior entrance restrictions from the One-unit Dwelling District (R1)

    3. Section 16.06(i)(iv) deletion of sub-sub-subsections (1), (2), (3), and (4) will remove the exterior entrance restrictions from the Two-unit Dwelling District (R2)

    4. Section 17.06(h)(iv) deletion of sub-sub-subsections (1), (2), (3), and (4) will remove the exterior entrance restrictions from the Old Town Jasper Historic District (R2H)

    5. Section 20.06(g)(iv) deletion of sub-sub-subsections (1), (2), and (3) will remove the exterior entrance restrictions from the Compact Lot Dwelling District (R4)

    6. Section 21.06(i)(iv) deletion of sub-sub-subsections (1), (2), (3), and (4) will remove the exterior entrance restrictions from the Cabin Creek West One-unit Dwelling District (CCWa)

    7. Section 22.06(h)(iv) deletion of sub-sub-subsections (1), (2), (3), and (4) will remove the exterior entrance restrictions from the Cabin Creek West Two-unit Dwelling District (CCWb)

    8. Section 23.06(j)(ii) deletion of sub-sub-subsections (1), (2), (3), and (4) will remove the exterior entrance restrictions from the One-unit Dwelling District (R1)
    Explanatory note:

    The intent is to remove these current exterior entrance policy restrictions to ensure conformity for all one-unit and two-unit dwellings rather than grant exceptions to PHAs only.


  9. Discretionary use permit
  10. Proposed Policy Amendments: The following amendments will add in the new Discretionary Use Permit type:

    1. Section 1.07 Non-Conforming Uses and Buildings subsection (a) and (g) is replaced with:

      • “(a) if a Discretionary Use Permit, development permit, or a building permit has been issued on or before the day on which these Policies, or an amendment thereto, comes into force and the Policies or amendment would make the use or development in respect of which the permit was issued a non-conforming use or a non-conforming building, the permit continues in effect in spite of the coming into force of these Policies.
      • ...
      • (g) A permit issued for a home based business discretionary use shall be terminated should the applicant vacate the property for which the permit was issued.”.”

    2. Section 3.02 Definitions subsection (a). is hereby amended by the addition of:

      “discretionary use permit” means a document issued by the superintendent or their delegate under this Policy that authorizes a discretionary use which may include a written letter of decision, a plan or drawings, specifications, or other documents as applicable;”

    3. Section 5.05 Procedure for Other Development and Discretionary Use Applications subsection (a) is hereby replaced with:

      "(a) Following the receipt of a complete:
      1. development permit application for a permitted use requiring a Variance; or
      2. Discretionary Use permit application, excluding a Home Based Business that does not involve client visitation”
    4. Section 30.02 Approval Required subsection (b) is hereby replaced with:

      “(b) No person shall operate a Home-Based Business without a valid Discretionary Use Permit."

    5. Section 30.03 is hereby replaced with:

      “Section 30.03 Discretionary Use Permit Application Requirements for Home Based Businesses

      (a) Every application for a Discretionary Use Permit for a Home Based Business shall be made on a form provided by the superintendent, and be signed by the applicant.

      (b) The superintendent shall refuse to accept a Discretionary Use Permit application where the information required in the following has not been supplied or where, in the opinion of the superintendent, the quality of the material supplied is inadequate to properly evaluate the application.”

    6. Section 30.04 subsection (c), (d), (e), and (f) are hereby replaced with:

      • "(c) Discretionary Use Permits for a Home Based Businesses are not transferable to between properties or lessees.

      • (d) A Home Based Business Discretionary Use Permit, or employment by a Home Based Business, shall not grant eligible resident status.

      • (e) A home based business may employ a maximum of one non-resident employee, in addition to the holder of the Discretionary Use Permit.

      • (f) Any changes to an existing Home Based Business Discretionary Use Permit shall require a re-application for a new Discretionary Use Permit.”

    7. Section 30.05 Home Based Business Specific Requirements subsection (a) is hereby replaced with:

      “(xii) if required, the area of a dwelling unit used for a Home Based Business may be inspected by inspection agency approved by the superintendent, and must pass the inspection prior to a Home Based Business Discretionary Use Permit being approved. The inspection shall ensure compliance with these Policies, and any other applicable codes and regulations.”


  11. Policy clarifications
  12. Many of the proposed amendments are intended to provide general policy clarification on existing policy items as well as adopting some existing practices into policy.

    1. Section 3.02 Definitions subsection (a) is hereby amended by replacing the definition of “home based business” with:

      ““home based business” means the secondary use of a residential dwelling for an occupation, office, trade, craft, or private home accommodation, for gain or support, conducted by a permittee who occupies the dwelling as a principal residence;”
    2. Explanatory note:

      The intent is to add clarity that the person who obtained the home based business permit, the permittee, must also reside in the dwelling.


    3. Section 3.02 Definitions subsection (a) is hereby amended by replacing the definition of “private home accommodation” with:

      ““private home accommodation” means a home based business which provides commercial visitor accommodation on a per night basis.”
    4. Explanatory note:

      The intent is to clarify that a PHA is a home based business; update the antiquated wording of the existing Land Use Policy by removing “transient paying guest” terminology to visitor accommodation; and the remove the ambiguous statement that it can be within a “one or two-dwelling unit”.


    5. Section 30.02 Approval Required subsection (a) is hereby replaced with:

      “(a) A Home Based Business is a Discretionary Use and all requirements of these Policies with respect to a Discretionary Use shall apply.”
    6. Explanatory note:

      The intent is to adjust the current wording that states “a home based business shall be regulated as a discretionary use” by simplifying it to state that it is “is” a discretionary use.


    7. Section 30.03 (c) “Discretionary Use Approval” subsections (i) and (ii) are hereby replaced with:

      “(i) A Home Based Business that involves client visitation requires the application to be reviewed before the Planning and Development Advisory Committee to obtain a Discretionary Use Permit.

      (ii) A Home Based Business, that does not involve client visitation, may be issued a Discretionary Use Permit without appearing before the Planning and Development Advisory Committee, if, in the opinion of the Superintendent, the business clearly conforms to all policy requirements.”
    8. Explanatory note:

      The intent of the amendment is to simplify the policy by eliminating the need to define a Type 1 or Type 2 Home Based Business as it could simply state a Home Based Business with or without client visitation. This is specific to a Home Based Business that involves client visitation, which is required to go through the PDAC process and provide an on-site parking stall.


    9. Section 30.03 (d) Every application for a Discretionary Use Permit shall be accompanied by: sub-subsection (i) is hereby replaced with:

      “(i) written confirmation that the applicant is the lessee of the site, or for uses other than Private Home Accommodation, a letter of authorization from the lessee of the site authorizing the applicant to apply on the lessee’s behalf;”
    10. Explanatory note:

      The intent is to clarify that the current requirement of a “certificate of title” for the site is not required as Parks Canada has record of who the lessee is. Replacing this requirement, the current practice of requiring the applicant to state if they are the lessee, or they have an authorization letter from the lessee, as part of the Home Based Business Discretionary Use Permit application process is proposed.


    11. Section 30.03 (d) “Every application for a Discretionary Use Permit shall be accompanied by:” sub-subsection (iv) is hereby replaced with:

      “(iv) dimensioned and scaled: floor plans of the dwelling unit, floor plans of the area of the dwelling to be used for the Home Based Business; and, site plan of any additional on-site parking for the Home Based Business if required; and”
    12. Explanatory note:

      The intent is to clarify the required dimensioned and scaled plans for a Home Based Business in order to determine the ratio of the home based business’ floor area to the dwellings gross floor area as well as providing a site plan demonstrating the additional parking if required.


    13. Section 30.04 General Requirements is hereby replaced with “30.04 General Home Based Business Requirements”.

    14. Section 30.04 (b) is hereby replaced with:
      “(b) No more than one home based business shall be permitted per dwelling unit, if one of the businesses involves client visitation.
    15. Explanatory note:

      The intent of the amendment is to simplify the policy by eliminating the need to define a Type 1 or Type 2 Home Based Business as it could simply state a Home Based Business with or without client visitation.


    16. Section 30.05 Specific Requirements is hereby replaced with:
      “30.05 Home Based Business Specific Requirements”

    17. Section 30.05 (a) All Home Based Businesses shall comply with the following (vii) is replaced with:

      “(vii) for a site not abutting a lane, a Home Based Business required on-site parking stall may be located within the front setback if it does not interfere with other requirements of this Policy including the required front yard soft landscaping for the site;”
    18. Explanatory note:

      The intent of the amendment is to clarify that a required parking stall for a Home Based Business, located in an area without back alley access, may be located in the front setback as long as it does not interfere with the site’s required front yard’s soft landscaping.


    19. Section 30.05 Home Based Business Specific Requirements (a)(ix) is hereby replaced with:
      “(ix) no signs advertising home based businesses, other than those required by a Private Home Accommodation, shall be permitted”
    20. Explanatory note:

      The intent is to clarify that a PHA is exempted from the Home Based Business signage restriction.


    21. Article 31.00 Private Home Accommodation is hereby amended by renumbering to Section 30.06 Private Home Accommodation Additional Requirements.
    22. Explanatory note:

      The intent is to clarity that a Private Home Accommodation is a Home Based Business and should be a section under the Home Based Business Article. This also deletes the existing Article 30.06 Inspections.


    23. Section 30.06 (a) is hereby replaced with:

      “Section 30.06 Private Home Accommodation Additional Requirements
      (a) In addition to all Home Based Business requirements, and the District Development Requirements in which the Private Home Accommodation is located, a Private Home Accommodation shall:”
    24. Explanatory note:

      The intent is to combine existing Sections 31.01 (a) and 31.02 (a)(i) and (v) into a single new subsection.


    25. Section 31.02 (a)(i), (ii), and (iv) are hereby amended by renumbering to 30.06(a)(i), (ii), and (iv)
    26. Explanatory note:

      The intent is to clarity that a Private Home Accommodation is a Home Based Business and should be a section under the Home Based Business Article. This also deletes the existing Article 30.06 Inspections.


    27. Section 31.02(a)(iii) is hereby replaced with 30.06(a)

      “(iii) Persons, excluding corporate entities, operating a Private Home Accommodation shall be the lessee of record and shall reside in the Dwelling Unit as their primary residence;”
    28. Explanatory note:

      The intent is to clarify that the permittee cannot be a corporate entity and that they must reside in the dwelling unit as their primary residence.


    29. Section 31.02 (a)(v) and (vi) are hereby deleted in their entirety
    30. Explanatory Note:

      The intent is to clarify that sub-subsection (v) was amalgamated in Section 30.06(a) and sub-subsection (vi) regarding operating a PHA shall not provide eligible residency is redundant as it is stated the same in the Home Based Business section 30.04(d)


    31. Section 31.03 Development Requirements (a), (b), (c) and (d) are hereby renumbered to 31.06 (vii), (viii), (ix), and (x)
    32. Explanatory Note:

      The intent is to clarity that a Private Home Accommodation is a Home Based Business and should be a section under the Home Based Business Article. This also deletes the existing Article 30.06 Inspections.


    33. Section 31.04 Licensing, and its subsections (a) and (b) are hereby deleted.
    34. Explanatory Note:

      To provide clarity that these subsections already exist in the Home Based Business Sections 30.02 (b) and 30.04(c).


    35. Section 31.04 (c) is hereby renumbered to 30.06 (xi)
    36. Explanatory Note:

      The intent is to clarity that a Private Home Accommodation is a Home Based Business and should be a section under the Home Based Business Article. This also deletes the existing Article 30.06 Inspections.

Public notice
Approved development applications

Parks Canada is committed to ensuring that residents are informed about developments in their neighbourhood. For most types of development in Jasper National Park, Parks Canada requires the issuance of a development permit prior to any work commencing. A development permit confirms that the proposed project complies with Parks Canada’s policies and regulations, including the National Parks Act, the Regulations Respecting the Use of Land in Jasper, and Jasper’s Architectural Motif Guidelines, where applicable.

The following web archive lists all of the development permits issued in Jasper National Park since November 1, 2018, and is searchable by date, location, address, or project description. For questions on development in Jasper, please contact the Jasper Development Officer at 780-852-6223 or at jasperdevelopment@pc.gc.ca

Anyone interested in viewing the following projects may do so by making an appointment with the Jasper Development Officer.

Approved development applications

Archived Jasper National Park Public Notices
Date Location Address Project description
2024-07-16Parcel AL & AZ96 Geikie StreetInterior renovation
2024-07-09Parcel U123500 Connaught DriveExterior renovation
2024-07-09Block 40 Lot 431111 Patricia StreetExterior renovation and building addition
2024-07-08Block 14 Lot 27102A Patricia StreetGarage suite
2024-07-08Block 10 Lot 1603B Geikie Street Fence
2024-07-02Block 28 Lot 21838 Geikie StreetExterior renovation
2024-06-26Block 40 Lot 111210 Cabin Creek DriveDeck
2024-06-26Block 9 Lot 3#29 Lake EdithSeptic tank
2024-06-24Block 39 Lot 4862 Stone Mountain VillageDiscretionary use
2024-06-21Block 28 Lot 35810 Geikie StreetExterior renovation
2024-06-21Parcel HG74 Connaught DriveRoyal Canadian Mounted Police detachment
2024-06-19Parcel U135Maligne LakeDock
2024-06-19Block 16 Lot 1311 Aspen AveInterior renovation
2024-06-18Block 101 Lot 1 9 Patricia CircleFence
2024-06-17Bloc 35 Lot 3825 Aspen CrescentPrivate home accommodation
2024-06-12Block 40 Lot 441113 Patricia StreetDeck
2024-06-12Block 7 Lot 11604 Connaught Drive Sign
2024-06-11Block 2 Lot 21 201 Geikie StreetPatio
2024-06-11Block 42 Lot 361019 Poplar AvenueFence
2024-06-10Parcel CV-210-1019 Patricia StreetFence
2024-06-06Parcel CV-27-1001 Patricia Street Fence
2024-06-05Block 40 Lot 85#1 Swift Crescent Discretionary use
2024-06-05Block 42 Lot 59201 Ash AvenueFence
2024-06-03Block 7 Lot 10606 Connaught Drive Fence
2024-05-27Block S Lot 2153 Stan Wright Drive Discretionary use
2024-05-24Block 10 Lot 11618 Patricia StreetInterior renovation
2024-05-21Block 1 Lot 9217 Patricia StreetExterior renovation
2024-05-17Parcel HG74 Connaught DriveSign
2024-05-16Parcel HB Tekarra LodgeExterior renovation
2024-05-15Block 39 Lots 36, 371211 Cabin Creek DriveInterior renovation and exterior renovation
2024-05-15Parcel U83Columbia Icefield Area and the Athabasca GlacierAccessory building
2024-05-10Block 5 Lot 11408 Connaught Drive Sign
2024-05-09Block 39 Lot 4828 Stone Mountain VillageDiscretionary use
2024-05-08Parcel GKPine BungalowsInterior renovation
2024-05-07Block 14 Lot 27102B Patricia StreetPrivate home accommodation
2024-05-07Block 14 Lot 27102A Patricia StreetPrivate home accommodation
2024-05-03Parcel CU-11002 Patricia Street Discretionary use
2024-05-03Parcel FW1036 Bonhomme Street Fence
2024-05-01Block 15 Lot 17104 Geikie StreetFence
2024-04-30Block R5520 Turret Street Event tent
2024-04-24Block 20 Lot 315 Lake Edith Interior renovation and exterior renovation
2024-04-23Block 35 Lot 3111 Aspen CrescentInterior renovation, exterior renovation and secondary suite
2024-04-23Block 40 Lot 111210 Cabin Creek DriveSecondary suite
2024-04-22Block 20 Lot 10719 Maligne AvenueAccessory building
2024-04-18Block 32 Lot 18300 Willow AvenueHome based businesses
2024-04-17Block S Lot 2153 Stan Wright DriveInterior renovation
2024-04-16Block 14 Lot 17114 Patricia StreetExterior renovation
2024-04-11Block 2 Lot 4707 Miette AvenueExterior renovation
2024-04-10Block 23 Lot 3805 Miette AvenueExterior renovation
2024-04-05Block 9 Lot 28614 Connaught DriveSign
2024-04-03Parcel CG76 Connaught DriveInterior renovation
2024-04-02Block S Lot 729 Stan Wright DriveSign
2024-03-25Highway 93AStaff work camp
2024-03-13Sixth BridgeUtility services
2024-03-02Block 1 Lot 744 Lake EdithAccessory building and landscaping
2024-02-29Parcel J102 Bonhomme StreetCommercial accommodation
2024-02-19Block 35 Lot 3825 Aspen CrescentExterior renovation and secondary suite
2024-02-19Parcel U Pyramid Lake RoadLandscaping and exterior renovation
2024-02-16 Block 26 Lot 9 817 Patricia Street Interior renovation
2024-02-16 Parcel FN Columbia Icefield Area and the Athabasca Glacier Exterior renovation
2024-02-12 Parcel CN, CO, CP 23-230 Bonhomme Street Exterior renovation
2024-02-02 Block 5 Lot 11 408 Connaught Drive Exterior renovation
2024-02-02 Parcel BS Paddock #13, Cottonwood Corral Association Horse shelter renovation
2024-02-01 Parcel FT 518 Geikie Street Interior renovation
2024-01-31 Block 40 Lot 10 1212 Cabin Creek Drive Exterior renovation
2024-01-25 Parcel AL & AZ 96 Geikie Street Sign
2024-01-22 Block 39 Lot 32 & 33 1219A Cabin Creek Drive Interior renovation
2024-01-17 Block S Lot 54 32 Stan Wright Drive Discretionary use
2024-01-15 Block 40 Lot 38 1101 Patricia Street Exterior renovation
2024-01-11 Block R5 520 Turret Street Landscaping
2024-01-10 Block 28 Lot 24 832 Geikie Street Exterior renovation
2024-01-09 Town of Jasper Streets, sidewalks, open spaces Utility services
2024-01-09 Block 42 Lot 54 209 Ash Avenue Exterior renovation
2024-01-08 Parcel H Exterior renovation
2024-01-08 Block 21 Lot 20 811 Maligne Avenue Secondary suite
2024-01-05 Block 40 Lot 24 1136 Cabin Creek Drive Secondary suite
2024-01-04 Block 34 Lot 5 909 Bonhomme Street Home based business
2023-12-28 Block 13 Lot 19 110 Connaught Drive Landscaping
2023-12-22 Block 35 Lot 15 204 Bonhomme Street Interior renovation
2023-12-20 Parcel GL 1 Old Lodge Road Landscaping
2023-12-20 Block 44 Lot 17 1021 Bonhomme Street One-unit dwelling
2023-12-20 Parcel AK 94 Geikie Street Exterior renovation
2023-12-20 Block 16 Lot 38 206 Colin Crescent Interior renovation
2023-12-18 Block 20 Lot 11 720 Miette Avenue Secondary suite
2023-12-13 Block 7 Lot 8 610 Connaught Drive Sign
2023-12-12 Block 42 Lot 26 1031 Poplar Avenue One-unit dwelling and secondary suite
2023-12-12 Block R5 520 Turret Street Event tent
2023-12-08 Wabasso Campground Utility services
2023-12-01 Parcel U60 Accessory building
2023-11-29 Parcel GG Accessory building
2023-11-17 Block 13 Lot 1A 101 Patricia Street Interior renovation and secondary suite
2023-11-28 Block 13 Lot 2A 103 Patricia Street Interior renovation and secondary suite
2023-11-28 Block 9 Lot 14 & 15 640 Connaught Drive Interior renovation
2023-11-28 Block 12 Lot 21 714A Patricia Street Interior renovation
2023-11-27 Block 22 Lot 9 626A Connaught Drive Interior renovation
2023-11-15 Block 5 Lot 10 410 Connaught Drive Interior renovation
2023-11-14 Parcel GL No 1 Old Lodge Road Interior renovation and exterior renovation and landscaping
2023-11-10 Block 9 Lot 22 626 Connaught Drive Interior renovation
2023-11-10 Block B Lot 3 404 Patricia Street Sign
2023-11-10 Parcel AX and AY 86 Connaught Drive Sign
2023-11-09 Hazel Avenue from Stan Wright Drive to Compound Road Utility services
2023-11-09 Block 16 Lot 25 232 Colin Crescent Landscaping
2023-11-08 Parcel AR and AS Pyramid Lake Road Utility services
2023-11-07 Block 16 Lot 11 219 Bonhomme Street Interior renovation
2023-11-02 Parcel GJ #3 Compound Road Landscaping
2023-11-02 Block 17 Lot 4 209 Colin Crescent Secondary Suite
2023-11-02 Parcel U Pyramid Lake Resort Exterior renovation
2023-10-26 Block 40 Lot 7 1218A Cabin Creek Drive Exterior renovation
2023-10-23 Maligne Horse Range at Maligne Lake Road Landscaping
2023-10-19 Miette Hot Springs Exterior renovation
2023-10-19 Block 28 Lot 6 811 Turret Street Exterior renovation
2023-10-18 Parcel BN #10 Cottonwood Creek Road Exterior renovation
2023-10-16 Block 2 Lot 2 47 Lake Edith Landscaping
2023-10-16 Parcel CV-2 7-1001 Patricia Street Exterior renovation
2023-10-12 Wabasso Campground to Geraldine Lake Utility services
2023-10-12 Parcel GL 1 Old Lodge Road Event tent
2023-10-10 Parcel CN, CO, CP 2-230 Bonhomme Street Interior renovation and exterior renovation
2023-10-04 Parcel CW 303 Bonhomme Street Accessory building
2023-10-04 Lake Annette Event tent
2023-10-03 Block 41 Lot 14 1118 Patricia Street Deck
2023-09-28 Parcel CN, CO, CP 36-230 Bonhomme Street Interior renovation
2023-09-26 Block 20 Lot 2 14 Lake Edith Utility services
2023-09-27 Parcel CV-2 #11 1001 Patricia Street Landscaping
2023-09-27 Block 28 Lot 34 812 Geikie Street Interior renovation and exterior renovation
2023-09-26 Block 22 Lot 4 19 Lake Edith Utility services
2023-09-20 Parcel CN,CO, CP 5-230, Bonhomme Street Interior renovation
2023-09-14 Parcel FL Icefield Centre Exterior renovation and landscaping
2023-09-14 Block 10 Lot 20 600 Patricia Street Sign
2023-09-13 Block 17 Lot 7 308 Balsam Avenue Exterior renovation and landscaping
2023-09-13 Block 13 Lot 23 104A Connaught Drive Interior renovation
2023-09-08 Block 7 Lots 2 3 and 4 601 Patricia Street Exterior renovation
2023-09-07 Parcel HB Tekarra Resort Accessory building
2023-09-07 Block R5 520 Turret Street Exterior renovation
2023-09-06 Block 12 Lot 5 709 Geikie Street Landscaping
2023-08-29 Parcel CW 305 Bonhomme Street Exterior renovation
2023-08-25 Block 40 Lot 30 1114 Cabin Creek Drive Exterior renovation
2023-08-25 Block A Lots 4B & 5 500 Bonhomme Street Deck and stair replacements
2023-08-24 Parcel GJ 1 Compound Road Exterior renovation
2023-08-24 Block 42 Lot 56 205 Ash Avenue Landscaping
2023-08-24 Parcel GJ 1 Compound Road Landscaping
2023-08-23 Block 41 Lot 11 1212 Patricia Street Interior renovation, exterior renovation and secondary suite
2023-08-18 Parcel GS 1 Marmot Basin Road Septic
2023-08-15 Block 45 Lot 71 1029 Lodgepole Street Exterior renovation
2023-08-15 Block 27 Lot 21 810 Patricia Street Secondary suite
2023-08-03 Parcel FX Lot 10 307 Willow Avenue Interior renovation
2023-08-03 Block 23 Lot 13 818 Tonquin Street Interior renovation
2023-08-03 Block 41 Lot 10 1214 Patricia Street Exterior renovation
2023-08-03 Block 40 Lot 16 1200 Cabin Creek Drive Exterior renovation
2023-08-02 Block 40 Lot 69 1118 Cabin Creek Drive Interior renovation
2023-07-27 Block 14 Lot 26 103 Geikie Street Exterior renovation
2023-07-27 Block 14 Lot 25 101 Geikie Street Exterior renovation
2023-07-27 Wapiti Campground Event Tent
2023-07-27 Block 7 Lots 2 3 and 4 601 Patricia Street Sign
2023-07-21 Block 23 Lot 16 812 Tonquin Street Interior renovation, exterior renovation, and deck
2023-07-20 Block 25 Lots 6, 7, 18 733 Geikie Street Exterior renovation
2023-07-19 Block 39 Lot 26, 27 1231 Cabin Creek Drive Interior renovation
2023-07-12 Block 22 Lot 3 705 Miette Avenue Demolition, secondary suite and garage suite
2023-07-12 Block 12 Lot 5 709 Geikie Street Secondary suite
2023-07-11 Block 25 Lot 14 728 Patricia Street Secondary suite
2023-07-10 Block 17 Lot 7 308 Balsam Avenue Interior renovation
2023-07-10 Block 44 Lot 50 1005 Poplar Avenue Interior renovation
2023-07-10 Block 24 Lot 25 716 Connaught Drive Exterior renovation
2023-07-06 Parcel CW 303 Bonhomme Street Sign
2023-07-05 Block 30 Lot 1-5, 17-21 900 Connaught Drive Exterior renovation
2023-07-05 Parcel U Pyramid Lake Road Sign
2023-06-28 Block 12 Lot 5 709 Geikie Street Landscaping
2023-06-28 Block 23 Lot 7 813 Miette Avenue Interior renovation
2023-06-28 Block 18 Lot 14 300 Pyramid Lake Road Interior renovation
2023-06-26 Block 20 Lot 3 15 Lake Edith Septic tank and utility service
2023-06-23 Willow Creek Warden Station Weather station
2023-06-23 Parcel CU-1 1006 Patricia Street Apartment
2023-06-21 Block 32 Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7 901 - 913 Turret Street Demolition and apartment building
2023-06-21 Block 22 Lot 4 707 Miette Avenue Landscaping
2023-06-19 Snaring Road Bridge rehabilitation
2023-06-16 Block 36 Lot 7 509 Turret Street Event tent
2023-06-16 Block 44 Lot 47 1011 Poplar Ave Interior renovation
2023-06-14 Block 27 Lot 15 822 Patricia Street Secondary Suite
2023-06-12 Block 41 Lot 13 1208 Patricia Street Deck or Patio / Interior renovations
2023-06-12 Block R5 520 Turret Street Event tent
2023-06-09 Block 10 Lot 16 608 Patricia Street Sign
2023-06-08 Block 9 Lot 26 618 Connaught Drive Sign
2023-06-08 Block 27 Lot 11 821 Geikie Street Deck
2023-06-02 Block 28 Lot 26 828 Geikie Street Landscaping and exterior renovation
2023-06-01 Block 12 Lot 3 6 Lake Edith Garage
2023-05-23 Block 17 Lot 7 308 Balsam Avenue Exterior renovation
2023-05-19 Block 41 Lot 7 1220 Patricia Street Exterior renovation
2023-05-18 Block 13 Lot 18 112 Connaught Drive Demolition and garage suite
2023-05-18 Block 22 Lot 5 709 Miette Avenue Interior renovation
2023-05-17 Parcel GV Commemoration Park Landscaping
2023-05-17 Parcel GR Centennial Park Landscaping
2023-05-17 Parcel CG 76 Connaught Drive Exterior renovation
2023-05-15 Miette Hot Springs Interior renovation
2023-05-12 Block 37 Lot 1 920B Bonhomme Street Exterior renovation
2023-05-11 Block 12 Lot 24 721 Geikie Street Interior renovation
2023-05-11 Block 15 Lot 2-2 Lot 3 107 Bonhomme Street Two-unit dwelling and two secondary suites and demolition
2023-05-10 Parcel BN Cottonwood Corrals Accessory building
2023-05-09 Block 10 Lot 20 600 Patricia Street Exterior renovation
2023-05-03 Block 9 Lot 22 626 Connaught Drive Sign
2023-05-01 Block 5, Athabaska Park 500 Connaught Drive Interior renovation
2023-05-01 Parcel GJ 1 Compound Road Interior renovation
2023-04-25 Block 23 Lot 13 818 Tonquin Street Landscaping
2023-04-25 Block 23 Lot 14 816 Tonquin Street Landscaping
2023-04-24 Parcel FJ Highway 93 Building addition
2023-04-18 Block 16 Lot 34 214 Colin Crescent Interior renovation
2023-04-17 Block 7 Lot 11 604 Connaught Drive Interior renovation / exterior renovation
2023-04-17 Parcel FW, Lot 18 1054 Bonhomme Street Deck
2023-04-14 Block 40 Lot 12 1208 Cabin Creek Drive Exterior renovation
2023-04-06 Parcel GS 1 Marmot Basin Road Knob chairlift replacement
2023-04-05 Block 35 Lot 15 204 Bonhomme Street Interior renovation
2023-03-31 Block 29 Lot 18 802 Turret Street Exterior renovation
2023-03-24 Block 28 Lot 21 838 Geikie Street Exterior renovation
2023-03-23 Block 6 Lots 10, 11 414 Patricia Street Accessory building
2023-03-23 Block 9 Lot 26 618 Connaught Drive Exterior renovation
2023-03-16 Block 14 Lot 21 106 Patricia Street Building addition, Interior renovation
2023-03-13 Parcel U60 Highway 16 West Communications building
2023-03-10 Parcel J 102 Bonhomme Street Commercial accommodation
2023-03-09 Parcel AR & AS Pyramid Lake Road Sign
2023-03-08 Block 3 Lot 3 305 Patricia Street Interior renovation
2023-03-06 Block 20 Lot 10 719 Maligne Avenue Garage Suite
2023-03-06 Parcel CW 303 Bonhomme Street Exterior renovation
2023-02-24 Parcel FR 607 Connaught Drive Interior renovation
2023-02-22 Block 10 Lot 15 610 Patricia Street Interior renovation
2023-02-16 Parcel GR Centennial Park Temporary Event tent
2023-02-08 Parcel GL 1 Old Lodge Road Landscaping
2023-02-08 Block 13 Lot 18 112 Connaught Drive Interior renovation
2023-02-06 Block 40 Lot 79 7 Swift Crescent Exterior renovation
2023-01-27 Parcel GJ Landscaping
2023-01-26 Block 40 Lot 85 1 Swift Crescent Interior Renovation
2023-01-12 Block 42 Lot 28 1027 Poplar Avenue One-unit dwelling, secondary suite
2023-01-12 Town of Jasper Streets, Sidewalks, Open Spaces Utility services
2022-12-30 Block 39 Lot 48 #25 1199 Cabin Creek Drive Interior renovation
2022-12-30 Block 41 Lot 8 1218 Patricia Street Interior renovation
2022-12-30 Block 31 Lots 1-4 901 Geikie Street Utility services
2022-12-29 Block 35 Lot 15 204 Bonhomme Street Interior renovation
2022-12-28 Parcel AR & AS Pyramid Lake Road Exterior renovation
2022-12-23 Parcel U Pyramid Lake Road Commercial accommodation
2022-12-20 Parcel U Pyramid Lake Road Building addition
2022-12-15 Parcel GF 821 Connaught Drive Apartment
2022-12-15 Parcel GE 801 Connaught Drive Apartment
2022-12-12 Parcel GS 1 Marmot Road Landscaping
2022-11-29 Block 9 Lot 4 28 Lake Edith One-unit dwelling and exterior renovation
2022-11-25 Block 27 Lot 17 818 Patricia Street Building addition
2022-11-24 Miette Mountain Resort to Fiddle River Lookout Utility services
2022-11-16 Block 43 Lot 4 1047 Bonhomme Street Accessory building & fence
2022-11-15 Block 40 Lot 12 1208 Cabin Creek Drive Accessory building
2022-11-09 Block 14 Lot 18 112 Patricia Street Exterior renovation
2022-11-07 Parcel J 102 Bonhomme Street Demolition
2022-11-03 Block S Lot 23 57 Stan Wright Drive Entry door
2022-11-03 Parcel U60 Exterior renovation
2022-11-02 Block 44 Lot 70 1026 Lodgepole Street One-unit dwelling and Secondary suite
2022-11-01 Parcel FR 607 Connaught Drive Sign
2022-10-26 Block 28 Lot 34 812 Geikie Street Exterior renovation
2022-10-24 Block 38 Lot 2 1123 Cabin Creek Drive Interior renovations, exterior door, shed demolition, shed construction
2022-10-21 Block 44 Lot 72 1024 Lodgepole Street One-unit dwelling and Secondary suite
2022-10-19 Miette Mountain Resort to Fiddle River Lookout Utility services
2022-10-19 Sixth Bridge Access Road to Maligne Canyon Teahouse Utility services
2022-10-18 Block 17 Lot 8 306 Balsam Avenue Garage
2022-10-12 Parcel FL Icefield Centre Demolition
2022-10-12 Block 39 Lot 32 1219A Cabin Creek Drive Interior renovation
2022-10-12 Block 29 Lot 19 800 Turret Street Garage suite
2022-10-11 Parcel FT 518 Geikie street Exterior renovation
2022-10-05 Block S Lot 38 30 Stan Wight Drive Interior renovation
2022-09-26 Block S Lot 38 30 Stan Wight Drive Landscaping
2022-09-12 Block 26 Lot 23 802 Connaught Drive Interior renovation
2022-08-31 Block 10 Lot 12 616 Patricia Street Interior renovations
2022-08-31 Block 39 Lot 31 1223 Cabin Creek Drive Secondary suite
2022-08-23 Parcel GV 301 Pyramid Lake Road Event Tent
2022-08-23 Block 28 Lot 35 810 Geikie Street Exterior renovation
2022-08-15 Block 10 Lot 1 603A Geikie Street Interior renovation
2022-08-11 Block 9 Lot 26 618 Connaught Drive Interior renovation
2022-08-11 Block 12 Lot 3 #6 Lake Edith Exterior renovation
2022-08-04 Block 40 Lot 24 1136 Cabin Creek Drive Secondary suite
2022-08-03 Block 8 Lot 1 #37 Lake Edith Road Septic tank
2022-08-02 Block 35 Lot 37 23 Aspen Crescent Landscaping
2022-08-02 Block 45 Lot 87 1003 Lodgepole Street Exterior renovation
2022-07-28 Parcel FR 607 Connaught Drive Landscaping
2022-07-22 Parcel GW Interior Renovation
2022-07-22 Marmot Meadows Accessory building
2022-07-20 Parcel HD Utility Services
2022-07-18 Block 40 Lot 56 1211 Patricia Street Interior renovation
2022-07-15 Block 5 Lot 15 4 Pyramid Lake Road Interior renovation
2022-07-11 Block 9 Lot 19 632 Connaught Drive Exterior renovation
2022-07-08 Block S Lot 21 53 Stan Wright Drive Interior renovation
2022-07-04 Block 13 Lot 18 112 Connaught Drive Interior renovation
2022-07-04 Block 44 Lot 44 1015 Poplar Avenue Exterior renovation
2022-06-29 Block 12 Lot 3 #6 Lake Edith Septic tank
2022-06-24 Block 5 Lot 7 416 Connaught Drive Sign
2022-06-23 Block 9 Lot 22 626 Connaught Drive Interior renovation
2022-06-23 Block 40 Lot 68 1120 Cabin Creek Drive Interior renovation
2022-06-23 Block 40 Lot 82 4 Swift Crescent Interior renovation
2022-06-22 Parcel CQ Tekarra Lodge Commercial accommodation
2022-06-20 Block 10 Lot 12 616 Patricia Street Interior renovations
2022-06-17 PARCEL CA 315 Connaught Drive Landscaping
2022-06-16 Block 28 Lot 5 809 Turret Street Landscaping
2022-06-13 Block 7 Lot 8 610 Connaught Drive Interior renovation
2022-06-10 Parcel FT 518 Geikie Street Interior renovation
2022-06-10 Parcel FT 518 Geikie Street Landscaping
2022-06-09 Block 35 Lot 15 204 Bonhomme Street Secondary suite
2022-06-08 Block 40 Lot 24 1136 Cabin Creek Drive Interior renovations
2022-05-20 Parcel J 102 Bonhomme Street Commercial accommodation
2022-05-31 Parcel AY 86 Connaught Drive Signs
2022-05-27 NOS District Public Open Space District Utility services
2022-05-26 Palisades Centre Snaring Road Interior renovation
2022-05-20 Cottonwood Corrals Association Accessory building
2022-05-19 Block 39 Lot 48 1199 Cabin Creek Drive Unit 45 Interior renovation
2022-05-18 Parcel CU-1 1008 Patricia Street Apartment
2022-05-17 Block 41, Lot 25 #5 Brewster Crescent Interior renovation
2022-05-11 QS-SE SEC-27 TWP-046 RGE-01 MER-6 Athabasca Day Use Event tent
2022-05-03 Open Space 300 Connaught Drive Landscaping
2022-05-05 Block 24 Lot 17 732 Connaught Drive Exterior renovation
2022-05-05 Block 22 Lot 10 719 Miette Ave Deck and entry door
2022-05-06 Block 39 Lot 11 1199 Cabin Creek Drive Unit 53 Interior renovation
2022-05-06 Block 17 Lots 14 and 15 206 Geikie Street Interior renovation
2022-05-09 Block 39 Lot 26 1231 Cabin Creek Drive Interior renovation
2022-04-25 Block 20 Lot 14 714 Miette Avenue Garage shingle replacement
2022-04-26 Block 42 Lot 30 1025 Poplar Avenue Interior renovations (Basement)
2022-04-27 Unsurveyed Compound Road Road widening
2022-05-02 Block 34 Lot 10 919 Bonhomme Street Interior renovation
2022-04-20 Block R9 Lot 1 720 Geikie Street As-Built interior renovation
2022-04-25 Parcel GJ Compound Road Communication line
2022-04-06 Parcel GR Centennial Park Temporary event tent
2022-04-07 Parcel GK #2 Cottonwood Creek Road Demolition 7 Cabins and Development 2 Two-unit Cabins
2022-04-07 Block S Stan Wright Industrial Recycle Centre and Bulk Water and Sanitary Station
2022-04-07 Block 23 Lot 16 812 Tonquin Windows and Siding
2022-04-08 Block 42 Lot 54 209 Ash Ave Fence
2022-04-08 Block 39 Lot 38 56 SM V Basement Development
2022-04-11 Block 42 Lot 54 209 Ash Ave Patio Door
2022-04-08 Block 16 Lot 36 210 Colin Crescent Shingle Replacement
2022-04-08 Block 39 Lot 48 1199 Cabin Creek Unit 32 Interior Renovations
2022-04-11 Block 10 Lot 11 618A Patricia Street As-built Mechanical upgrades
2022-03-31 Block 12 Lot 24 721 A Geikie Street Interior renovation (Kitchen)
2022-04-04 Block 41 Lot 7 1220 Patricia Street Deck
2022-04-04 Block 5 Lot 15 400 Connaught Drive Sign
2022-03-14 Block 22 Lot 5 709 Miette Ave Exterior cladding replacement
2022-03-14 Parcel CG 76 Connaught Drive Sign
2022-03-16 Parcel GL 1 Old Lodge Road Landscapping (phase 2022)
2022-03-15 Parcel FJ Accessory building
2022-03-18 Block 13 Lot 17 114 Connaught Drive Interior renovation (Kitchen)
2022-03-22 Parcel FR 607 Connaught Dr Sign
2022-03-04 Recreational Open Space Parcel Connaught Drive Landscaping (Bike Park)
2022-03-09 Block GS 1 Marmot Basin Road Portable washrooms
2022-03-10 Block 36 Lots 4-17, 20-24 514 Robson Street Exterior cladding replacement
2022-03-10 Block 22 Lot 5 709 Miette Ave Exterior cladding replacement
2022-02-23 Block 39 Lot 8 1205 Cabin Creek Drive Second storey deck renovation
2022-02-24 Parcel GL #1 Old Lodge Road Infrastructure
2022-02-25 Block 14 Lot 28 100 Patricia Street Two-unit dwelling and two secondary suites
2022-03-02 Parcel GL #1 Old Lodge Road Landscaping (2022 Phase)
2022-02-15 Block 39 Lot 9 1203 Cabin Creek Drive Fence
2022-02-21 Blocl 31 Lot 22 201 Pine Ave Interior Renovation - basement bedroom
2022-02-21 Block 28 Lot 5 809 Turret Street Basement development as built
2022-02-04 Block 10 Lot 20 600 Patricia Street New sign(s)
2022-02-08 Block 2 Lot 23 200 Patricia Street Basement Interior Renovation
2022-02-09 Block AW 98 Geikie Street Shingle Replacement
2022-02-01 1/4 Section NE Sec 9 Twp 45 R1 W6M, junction of Hwy 93a and Hwy 16 Staff work camp Storage shed installation
2022-01-31 Block 10 Lot 11 618 Patricia Street Basement redevelopment
2022-02-01 Astoria to Wabasso Communications line
2022-01-25 Block 39 Lot 48 1199 Cabin Creek Drive Building tampering and hazards
2022-01-27 Block 42 Lot 24 1035 Poplar Ave One-unit dwelling and secondary suite
2022-01-18 Block 35 Lot 15 204 Bonhomme Street As-Built Secondary Suite
2021-12-31 Columbia Icefield Section 33, TP37, R23, W5M Highway 93 Icefields Centre Power Cable Tray Installation
2022-01-05 Block 42 Lot 25 1033 Poplar Ave Interior renovation
2022-01-05 Block 9 Lot 22 626 Connaught Drive One Projecting Sign
2021-12-20 Block 26 Lot 22 804 Connaught Drive Secondary Suite
2021-12-21 Block A Lot 4B and 5 Deck and Stair Replacement (Unit 37)
2021-12-23 Block 40 Lot 7 1218B Cabin Creek Drive Walkway and stairs
2021-12-29 Parcel FJ Icefields Staff Camp Temporary Staff Trailers
2021-12-14 Block 40 Lot 21 8 Brewster Crescent Accessory Building
2021-12-20 Parcel M Alpine Village Staff Accommodation
2021-12-13 Block 10 Lots N 1/2 13, 14, 15 610 Patricia Street Interior Renovations
2021-11-10 Block 39 Lots 28 & 29 1227B Cabin Creek Drive Deck repair
2021-11-10 Parcel A Pocahontas Bungalows Entry and building signs
2021-11-16 Block 9 Lot 8 625 Patricia Street New bathroom and emergency exit
2021-11-18 Hwy 93A Astoria Hydro to Wabasso Campground Overhead powerline replacement
2021-11-22 Water Reservoir Road Overhead powerline burial
2021-11-22 Block 39 Lots 28 & 29 1227 Cabin Creek Drive Deck repair
2021-10-26 CU-1 1001-1035 Patricia Street Parking lot site preparation
2021-10-29 Parcel FL Icefield Centre Road and water storage reservoir
2021-11-01 Block 8 Lot 2 36 Lake Edith Demolition and redevelopment of cottage, accessory building and septic tank
2021-11-03 Block 39 Lot 48 Unit 66 1199 Cabin Creek Drive Solar tube
2021-09-29 Block 22 Lot 5 709 Miette Avenue Interior Renovation
2021-09-27 Block 9 Lot 8 625 Patricia Street Roof Repair
2021-09-29 Block AX and AY Fascia Color Change
2021-09-29 Block AX and AY 86 Connaught Drive Signs x 2 with Gooseneck Lighting
2021-10-01 Block 40 Lot 48 1121 Patricia Street Interior Renovation
2021-09-14 Block 28 Lot 12 823 Turret Street Exterior cladding
2021-09-15 Block 34 Lot 13 914 Tonquin Street Accessory building removal and redevelopment (Greenhouse)
2021-08-27 Parcel AX AY 86 Connaught Drive Starbucks (Interior Renovation)
2021-08-26 Parcel CV-1 #2 Patricia Place Patio
2021-09-01 Block 40 Lot 38 1101 Patricia Street Accessory Building Modification
2021-08-16 Block 41 Lot 17 1112 Patricia Street Shed dormers and shingle replacement
2021-08-13 Block 20 Lot 12 718 Miette Avenue Shingle replacement (Garage)
2021-08-17 Block 41 Lot 17 1112 Patricia Street As-Built bathroom reno
2021-08-19 Block 9 Lot 22 626 Connaught Drive Interior renovations (Cannabis Retail)
2021-08-18 Parcel FX Lot 11 305 Willow Avenue Patio
2021-08-19 Block 27 Lot 4 807 Geikie Street Shingle replacement
2021-08-23 Block 40 Lot 36 1102 Cabin Creek Drive As-Built deck
2021-08-09 Parcel CA 315 Connaught Drive Building Demolition
2021-08-10 Block 5 Lot 2 407 Patricia Street Temporary Patio Tents
2021-07-27 Parcel GL 1 Old Lodge Road Temporary event tent
2021-07-30 Block 22 Lot 3 705 Miette Ave Roof replacement
2021-07-21 Parcel FW 1070 Bonhomme Street Deck
2021-07-14 Block 12, Lot 3 6 Lake Edith Windows, siding, insulation
2021-07-13 Block 22, Lot 5 709 Miette Avenue New roof and roof insulation
2021-07-13 Block 44, Lot 82 1010 Lodgepole Street Interior reno (kitchen) and window additions
2021-07-15 Block 14, Lot 16 116 Patricia Street New garage
2021-07-02 Block 22, Lot 3 705 Miette Avenue Shed removal
2021-07-05 Block 10, Lot 20 600 Patricia Street Interior renovation (Cannabis Retail)
2021-07-07 Block 40, Lot 67 1122 Cabin Creek Drive Secondary suite
2021-07-07 Parcel GR Centennial Park Temporary tent
2021-07-08 Parcels GA, GB, GC 303 Pyramid Lake Road Municipal Utility Stub-ins and development space for the installaion of water main and sanitary sewer lines installed on municipal lands
2021-06-24 Block 2 Lot 18 204 Patricia Street Side fence and landscaping
2021-07-02 Block 2 Lot 18 204 Patricia Street Patio/stair repairs and landscaping
2021-06-22 Block 41 Lot 21 8 Brewster Crescent Shingle replacement
2021-06-25 Shangri-la ski cabin Utility upgrades
2021-06-25 Block 39 Lot 17 1251 Cabin Creek Drive Exterior renovations
2021-06-28 Block 16 Lot 36 210 Colin Crescent Fence
2021-06-28 Parcel AX & AY Change of Use from Commerical Accommodaton to Staff Accommodation
2021-06-29 Block 2 Lot 5 50 Lake Edith Septic Tank
2021-06-29 Block 2 Lot 4 7 Orion Close Septic tank replacement
2021-07-02 Parcel U Wastewater treatment plant and disposal system
2021-06-17 Parcelle U213 Maligne Lake Canoe storage rack
2021-06-17 Block 7 Lot 10 606 Connaught Drive Roof repair
2021-06-17 Block 35 Lot 30 9 Aspen Crescent Change in siding material/colour and rear fence replacement
2021-06-18 Block 23 Lot 1 #20 Lake Edith Subdivision Deck
2021-06-21 Parcel CN, CO, CP 230 Bonhomme St Landscaping and patio
2021-06-23 Block 1 Lot 5 209 Patricia Street Reconstruct front deck
2021-06-15 Block 5 Lots 12 & 13 404 & 406 Connaught Drive Sidewalk patio tents
2021-06-10 Block 8 Lots 14 and 15 500 Patricia Place Sidewalk and stairs
2021-06-10 Parcel FW 1084 Bonhomme Street Rear patio
2021-06-14 Parcel CV-1 #4 Patricia Place Condos Rear fence
2021-06-14 Block 12 Lot 24 721 A Geikie Street Basement renovations
2021-06-02 Athabasca Park Indigenous Exhibit
2021-06-02 Block 42 Lot 36 1019 Poplar Ave Exterior colour change
2021-06-03 Block 26 Lot 22 804 Connaught Drive Shingle replacement
2021-06-03 Block 14 Lot 21 106 Patricia Street Interior renovations (bedroom additions)
2021-06-04 Streets, Sidewalks, Open Spaces Annual utilities installation
2021-06-07 Parcel AG Maligne Wilderness Kitchen Temporary ancilliary building
2021-06-07 Block CN, CO, CP #39 230 Bonhomme Street Interior renovation, fence and patio
2021-06-07 Parcel CV-1 #10 Patricia Place Rear fence
2021-05-25 Paddock 4 New shelter
2021-05-25 Block 34 Lot 5 909 Bonhomme Street Secondary Suite
2021-05-26 Block 34 Lot 5 909 Bonhomme Street Window addition and as-built washer/dryer
2021-05-27 Block 25 Lots 6, 7, 18 733 Geikie Street Change in exterior siding and material
2021-05-14 Block 9 Lot 25 620B Connaught Drive Tents
2021-05-14 Block 7 Lot 5 607 Patricia Street Tent
2021-05-17 Block 23 Lot 4 807 Miette Ave Secondary Suite
2021-05-19 Parcel GL 1 Old Lodge Road Critical Infrastructure Upgrades
2021-05-06 Block 40 Lot 40 1105 Patricia Street Secondary suite
2021-05-07 Open Space Corridor East side of Connaught Drive between 200 block and Parcel GD ATCO Electric Underground Utility
2021-05-07 Block A Lots 4B & 5 500 Bonhomme Street Deck & stair replacements
2021-05-07 Parcel GK New Road Sign on LOO
2021-05-07 Block 12 Lot 2 5 Lake Edith Shed
2021-05-10 Block 39 Lot 48 #56 Stone Mountain Interior bathroom addition
2021-05-03 Block 44 Lot 66 1030 Lodgepole Street Residential Dwelling
2021-05-05 Block 39 Lot 48 #11 Stone Mountain Village Hot Tub As Built
2021-05-05 Parcel CV-1 Paticia Place Condos Fence
2021-05-05 Parcel CV-1 Lot 66 33 Patricia Place Secondary Suite
2021-05-05 Unsurveyed public parking lot located east of the 200 block of Connaught Drive. Electric Vehicle Charging Stations
2021-04-22 Block 10 Lot 20 600 Patricia Street Interior renovation (Retail)
2021-04-22 Parcel U83 Section 33, TP37, R23, W5M Highway 93 Tent
2021-04-23 Block 41 Lot 27 3 Brewser Crescent Basement renovation
2021-04-26 Block 18 Lots 4 & 5 305 Balsam Avenue Fence (Front Yard)
2021-04-27 Blocl 43 Lot 45 1010 Poplar Secondary Suite
2021-04-28 Paddock #5 Change hay shed roof - Leaking
2021-04-15 Block 39, Lot 17 1251 Cabin Creek Drive Interior Renovations
2021-04-17 Block 9, Lot 25 620 Connaught Drive Tent
2021-04-19 Block 20, Lot 14 714 Miette Avenue Fence
2021-04-20 Block CG 76 Connaught Drive Elevated Walkway
2021-04-06 Parcel CL 701 Connaught Drive Roof and Fascia Replacement
2021-04-06 Quart NE Sec. 9 Tp 45 R1 W6M Old Woodlot - Hwy 93a Seasonal (Temporary) Staff Accommodation Facilities
2021-04-07 Block 30, Lot 1-5, 17-21 902 Connaught Interior Renovation
2021-04-07 Block FY, Lot 2 1038 Patricia Street Fence and Patio
2021-04-08 Block 42, Lot 55 207 Ash Avenue One-Unit Dwelling Redevelopment w/ Accessory Dwelling Unit
2021-04-14 Parcel HB Tekarra Resort Landscaping
2021-04-15 Parcel GJ 1 Compound Road Heliport
2021-04-15 Block 5, Lot 15 #1 400 Connaught Drive Interior Renovation (Eating Establishment)
2021-03-26 Parcel J 102 Bonhomme Street Redevelopment Units 19 and 20
2021-03-28 Block 15, Lot 15 227 Bonhomme Street Develop one additional parking stall and relocate fence
2021-03-29 Block 39, Lot 29 1227A Cabin Creek Drive Deck Repair
2021-03-30 Block 42, Lot 54 209 Ash Avenue Roof Replacement
2021-03-30 Block 9, Lot 20 630 Connaught Drive As-Built Fence Relocation and Demolition
2021-03-30 Block 40, Lot 9 1216 Patricia Street Compliance Inspection Deficiencies
2021-03-24 Block 35, Lot 25 2 Aspen Crescent Interior Renovations
2021-03-25 Block 14, Lot 8 115 Geikie Street Fence
2021-03-17 Block 42, Lot 30 1025 Poplar Ave One-Unit Dwelling Redevelopment
2021-03-11 Block 5, Lots 1 and 16 401 Patricia Street Deck Extension (Eating Establishment)
2021-03-11 Block 39, Lot 33 1219 Cabin Creek Drive As-Built Secondary Suite (Transition Compliance)
2021-02-25 Block 9, Lot 20 630 Connaught Drive As-Built Detached Accessory Building (Shed)
2021-02-21 Block A, Lot 9 Unit 13, 700 Bonhomme Street Basement Bathroom Deficiencies
2021-02-22 Block 9, Lot 20 630 Connaught Drive As-Built Interior Renovations & Attached Storage Shed Addition
2021-02-23 Block 1, Lot 12-20 200 Connaught Drive One new business sign
2021-02-11 Miette Hot Springs Road Electric Distribution Line
2021-02-12 Parcel CU-1 1010 Patricia Street Apartment Building
2021-02-16 Block A, Lot 9 Unit 13, 700 Bonhomme Street Resolve Garage Bathroom Deficiency
2021-02-15 Parcel GK 2 Cottonwood Creek Rd Interior Renovation (Kitchen) - Pine Bungalows
2021-01-29 Block 43, Lot 8 1039 Bonhomme Street One-Unit Dwelling Redevelopment
2021-02-02 Block 9, Lots 6 & 7 621 Patricia Street Two new signs - fascia and hanging
2021-02-04 Block 10, Lots 21 & 22 203 Miette Avenue HVAC Demolition & Replacement
2021-01-25 Block 10, Lot 20 600 Patricia Street Compliance Deficiencies
2021-01-25 Block 10, Lot 20 600 Patricia Street Keg Room Development
2021-01-18 Block 10, Lot N 1/2 13, 14, 15 610-612 Patricia Street Escalator Demolition and Second Floor Interior Renovation
2021-01-11 Parcel GL 1 Old Lodge Road 2021 Site Circulation and Landscape Rehabilitation
2021-01-11 Block 36, Lot 15-17 529 Turret Street Mechanical Upgrades and Exhaust Stack Demolition
2021-01-13 Miette Hot Springs Pools Building Foundation Maintenance
2020-12-22 Block 16, Lot 14 225 Bonhomme Street Interior Renovation (Bathroom Addition)
2020-12-24 Block 40, Lot 85 1 Swift Crescent Hot Tub Installation
2020-12-24 Parcel GL 1 Old Lodge Road Tent
2021-01-04 Block BQ Jasper Park Riding Stables Reconstruct Balconies on Main House
2021-01-06 Block 9, Lot 25 620 Connaught Drive Interior Renovation (Eating Establishment - Fiddle River)
2021-01-06 Parcel FJ Icefields Staff Camp Generator
2021-01-07 Block 40, Lot 54 1207 Patricia Street Secondary Suite Transition Compliance & Interior Renovation
2020-12-18 Block 40, Lot 1 1230 Cabin Creek Drive Secondary Suite (As-Built Compliance)
2020-12-18 Parcel GS 1 Marmot Basin Road Temporary Tent (Marmot Basin Caribou Chalet)
2020-12-22 Block 16, Lot 14 225 Bonhomme Street Interior Renovation (Bathroom Addition)
2020-12-24 Block 40, Lot 85 1 Swift Crescent Hot Tub Installation
2020-11-30 Block 40, Lot 24 1136 Cabin Creek Drive As-Built Secondary Suite (Compliance)
2020-12-13 Block 35, Lot 38 25 Aspen Crescent Interior/exterior handrails and guards
2020-12-15 Block 10, Lot 18 606 Patricia Street Interior Renovation (Trademark Hair Company Expansion)
2020-12-16 Block 9, Lot 1, 2, 3 611 Patricia Street Interior Renovation (Tim Hortons)
2020-12-17 Parcel CD 78 Connaught Drive Hotel
2020-11-20 Parcel CN, CO, CP Aspen Gardens 230 Bonhomme Street - Unit 21 Basement Renovation
2020-11-22 Block CN, CO, CP 33 Aspen Gardens - 230 Bonhomme Street Basement Development - Music Room
2020-11-22 Block 10 Lot 8 617 Geikie Street As-built Renovations - Storage conversion to bedroom and bathroom and lower storage area next to garage
2020-11-26 Block FW Lot 29 1032 Bonhomme Street Home Based Business - Type 1
2020-11-09 Block 43, Lot 4 1047 Bonhomme St Interior Renovation & Wood Stove
2020-11-16 Parcel GS #1 Marmot Basin Road Temporary Tents and Trailers (Marmot Basin)
2020-11-09 Block 43, Lot 4 1047 Bonhomme Interior Renovation & Wood Stove
2020-11-06 Block 42, Lot 27 1029 Poplar Ave Secondary Suite
2020-10-29 Block 23, Lot 5 24 Lake Edith As-Built Cottage Renovations
2020-11-02 Athabasca Falls Warden Station Equipment Shelter Removal
2020-11-02 Block 9, Lot 28 614-C Connaught Drive Interior Renovation - Eating Establishment
2020-11-04 Block 9, Lot 6 & 7 621 Patricia Street Interior Renovation - Eating Establishment
2020-10-28 Block 23, Lot 16 812 Tonquin Street Hot tub and patio
2020-10-16 Block 17, Lot 1 200 Geikie Street Rear Fence Removal
2020-10-16 Block 36, Lots 4-17 and 20-24 518 Robson Street COVID 19 Testing Trailer
2020-10-19 Block 39, Lot 48 64 Stone Mountain Village Sono Light installation
2020-10-19 Parcel U Pyramid Lake Resort Septic Tank Replacement
2020-10-22 Block 8, Lots 14-15 500 Patricia Street Interior Renovation
2020-10-09 Block 35 Lot 39 27 Aspen Crescent Basement Interior Renovation
2020-09-28 Parcel AL & AZ 96 Geikie Street As-Built Parkade Wall Additions
2020-09-30 Parcel GK 2 Cottonwood Creek Road Interior Renovation Cabins 63-65 and 70-74
2020-10-02 Block 44 Lot 82 1010 Lodgepole Street Basement Interior Renovation
2020-10-05 Block 20 Lot 2 14 Lake Edith Subdivision Sunroom Exterior Cladding and Window Replacement
2020-10-06 Parcel FL Icefields Centre Transfer Station Tank Replacement
2020-10-06 Block 36, Lots 4-17 and 20-24 509 Turret Street Wheelchair Access Ramp and Stair Replacement
2020-08-27 Poboktan Creek Warden Station Pedestal installation
2020-08-27 Athabasca Falls Hostel Duct and pedestal installation
2020-08-28 Parcel J 102 Bonhomme Street Main Lodge renovation
2020-08-28 Block 45 Lot 89 1001 Lodgepole Street Deck extension
2020-08-31 Block 40 Lot 48 1121 Patricia Street Exterior cladding and roof
2020-09-10 Block 43 Lot 4 1047 Bonhomme Street Exterior cladding and roof
2020-09-15 Block 14, Lot 13A 122 Patricia Street Shingle replacement
2020-09-15 Block 2 Lot 3 205 Geikie Street Shingle replacement
2020-09-15 Parcels CN, CO, CP Unit 36 - 230 Bonhomme Street Basement renovation
2020-09-15 Parcel CL 701 Connaught Drive Roofing and fascia
2020-09-15 Parcel FW, Lot 3 1084 Bonhomme Street Fence
2020-09-15 Block 21 Lot 12 814 Miette Avenue Shingle replacement
2020-09-15 Block 34 Lot 2 903 Bonhomme Street New bathroom
2020-09-17 Block 38 Lot 4 1119 Cabin Creek Drive Shingle replacement
2020-09-23 Block 2, Lot 21 201 Geikie Street Shingle replacement
2020-09-28 Block 14 Lot 27 102 Patricia Street Two unit dwelling
2020-08-19 Block 23 Lot 4 #24 Lake Edith Septic tank
2020-08-19 Block 10 Lot 2 #2 Lake Edith Septic tank
2020-08-20 Poboktan Creek Warden Station PED installation PEO removal
2020-08-21 Block 14 Lot 21 106 Patricia Street Overhead power line burial
2020-08-21 Block 43 Lot 6 1043 Bonhomme Street Shingle replacement
2020-07-29 Block 13 Lot 19 110 Connaught Drive Basement PHA building code issues
2020-07-30 Sunwapta Falls Resort Septic tank installation
2020-08-07 Block 1 Lot 10 #1 Lake Edith Roof replacement
2020-08-05 Block 22 Lot 4 #19 Lake Edith Septic tank installation
2020-08-06 Parcel FW 1000 Bonhomme Street Patio
2020-08-06 Block A Lots 4B & 5 500 Bonhoome Street Community Garden
2020-08-07 Block 22 Lot 10 719 Miette Avenue Basement window expansion
2020-08-12 Block 101 Lot 14 90 Patricia Circle Skating rink pad and lighting demolition
2020-08-13 Block 31 Lot 16 912 Patricia Street Fence
2020-08-13 U200 MOJ Land Use Agreement 620B Connaught Drive Temporary patio tents (Downstream Bar)
2020-08-14 Block 31 Lot 16 912 Patricia Street Exterior cladding colour change
2020-07-24 Block 25 Lot 5 731 Geikie Street Shingle Replacement
2020-07-24 Block 43 Lot 15C 1006 Poplar Avenue Patio
2020-07-24 Block 43 Lot 6 1043 Bonhomme Street Fence
2020-07-27 Block 33, Lots 1-9 900 Turret Street Playground installation
2020-07-29 Beauty Creek Hostel Photovaltaic System
2020-07-16 Block 40 Lot 13 1206 Patricia Street Addition / Removal of skylights
2020-07-17 Parcel CV-1 #24 Patricia Place Patio
2020-07-17 Block 43 Lot 14 1027 Bonhomme Street Shingle replacement
2020-07-23 Block A Lots 4B and 5 500 Bonhomme Street Deck and stair replacements
2020-07-23 Block 13 Lot 19 110 Connaught Drive Backyard landscaping and patio
2020-06-26 Block 31 Lot 16 912 Patricia Street Shingle replacement
2020-06-30 Block 10 Lot 12 616 Patricia Street Compliance issues
2020-07-02 Parcel GR Ball Diamonds Demolition of ball diamonds
2020-07-03 Block 26 Lot 7 813 Patricia Street Stairs and landing replacement
2020-07-06 Parcel CN, CO, CP 230 Bonhomme Street Basement renovation
2020-07-07 Block 20 Lot 10 719 Miette Avenue Fence
2020-07-07 Block 14 Lot 17 114 Patricia Street Shingle replacement
2020-07-10 Block 41 Lot 20 1106 Patricia Street Install exterior stair handrails and guards
2020-07-10 Block 40 Lot 25 1134 Cabin Creek Drive Cladding replacement
2020-07-10 Block 10 Lot 14, 15 610 Patricia Street Interior renovation
2020-07-16 Parcel FW 1046 Bonhomme Street Fence and patio
2020-06-22 Connaught Drive - East and West Entrance Town entance signs replacement
2020-06-22 Block 3 Lot 16 308 Connaught Drive Three new signs
2020-06-22 Block A Lot 4B, 5 500 Bonhomme Street Deck and Stair Replacement
2020-06-23 Block 10 Lot 1 603 Geikie Street Four-Unit Dwelling
2020-06-24 Block 101 Lot 14 90 Patricia Circle Demolition of Ice Rink
2020-06-25 Parcel FW Lot 14 1002 Bonhomme Street Patio
2020-06-26 Parcel CW 303 Pyramid Lake Road Roof Replacement
2020-06-26 Parcel CV-1 Patricia Place Condos Fence Replacement
2020-06-12 Block 21 Lot 12 814 Miette Avenue Cladding, Patio, Window and Door
2020-06-16 Parcel U-135 U-133 Maligne Lake Boat Dock Extension
2020-06-17 Block 10 Lot 12 616 Patricia Street Rear Parkade Stairs and Additional Building Modifications
2020-06-17 Block 37 Lot 12-18 #12 922 Bonhomme Street Fence
2020-06-10 Parcel AX & AY 86 Connaught Drive Storage Areas Fireproofing
2020-06-10 Block 14 Lot 7 113 Geikie Street Hot Tub
2019-09-13 SE SEC-16 TWP-045 RGE-01 MER-6 Stan Wright Parking Lot Streetlights
2020-05-25 Parcel GL 1 Old Lodge Road One new sign
2020-05-27 Block 20 Lot 11 720 Miette Avenue Interior/exterior renovation
2020-05-29 Parcel CN, CO, CP #19 230 Bonhomme Street New window and exterior cladding
2020-05-29 Parcel FW 1020 Bonhomme Street Patio and fence
2020-06-02 Athabasca Park Athabasca Park Indigenous Exhibit
2020-05-25 Parcel GL 1 Old Lodge Road One new sign
2020-05-27 Block 20 Lot 11 720 Miette Avenue Interior/Exterior Dwelling Renovation
2020-05-13 Block 12 Lot 24 721B Geikie Street Basement Reno & Parking Stall
2020-05-15 Parcel FW Lot 10 1070 Bonhomme Street Patio Addition
2019-07-09 Block 25 Lot 25 720 Patricia Street Two-Unit Dwelling
2020-05-11 Block 9 Lot 1, 2, 3 611 Patricia Street Dryer Vent
2020-05-11 Block 5 Lot 7 416 Connaught Drive Bird Deterrent
2020-05-12 Parcel CN CO CP Unit 38 #38 230 Bonhomme Street Interior Renovation
2020-05-12 Block 13 Lot 6 111 Patricia Street Roof Replacement
2020-05-13 Parcel CW 303 Bonhomme Street Arena/Curling Rink Slab Replacement
2020-05-15 Block 31 Lot 21 902 Patricia Street Multi-Unit Dwelling
2020-04-30 Block 25, Lot 5 731 Geikie Street One room of Private Home Accommodation
2020-05-04 Parcels AK, BA, BB, BC, and BD 94 Geikie Street Bus Parking Stall Addition & Landscaping
2020-05-04 Parcels AL & AZ 96 Geikie Street Bus Parking Stall and Retaining Wall
2020-05-05 Block 39, Lot 9 1203 Cabin Creek Drive One room of Private Home Accommodation
2020-05-05 Block 42, Lot 2 1051 Bonhomme Street Wood Stove
2020-05-06 Parcel AB Sunwapta Falls Raft Pull Out Utility Cabinet and Generator
2020-04-28 Block AR & AS Pyramid Road Commercial Accommodation
2020-03-17 Parcel GK 2 Cottonwood Creek Road Three new business signs
2020-03-17 Block 9, Lot 26 618 Connaught Drive Two new business signs
2020-03-23 Parcel CH 74 Connaught Drive Ground Squirel Fence
2020-03-23 Block CW 303 Pyramid Lake Road Ice Plant Replacement
2020-03-25 Block 24, Lot 10 733 Patricia Street As-Built Deck
2020-03-25 Block 24, Lot 10 733 Patricia Street As-Built Main Floor Renovation
2020-03-26 Block 14, Lot 21 106 Patricia Street Landscaping
2020-03-26 Parcel GL 1 Old Lodge Road Site Circulation and Landscaping
2020-03-27 Block 9, Lot 8 625 Patricia Street Fire Exit/Bathroom
2020-04-03 Block 41, Lot 14 1118 Patricia Street Roofing material change
2020-04-06 Block 9, Lot 24 622 Connaught Drive Partition Wall
2020-04-15 Block 7, Lot T, 1, 14 105 Miette Avenue Pool Deck
2020-04-14 1/4 Section NE Sec 9 Tp 45 R1 W6M Old Wood Lot - Hwy 93a Seasonal Staff Accommodation
2020-04-20 Block 40, Lot 38 1101 Patricia Street Entry Expansion
2020-04-23 Block 37, Lot 6 910 Bonhomme Street Retaining wall, fence and stair replacement
2020-04-23 Block 14, Lot 8 115 Geikie Street Hot Tub
2020-02-10 Block 14 Lot 8 115 Geikie Street Garage
2020-02-11 Block 9, Lot 3 611 Patricia Street Two business signs
2020-02-25 Block 39, Lots 32 & 33 1219 Cabin Creek Drive Install garage door
2020-02-27 Block 16 Lot 35 212 Colin Crescent Exterior Cladding, Shingles, and Window Replacement
2020-03-02 Parcel FJ Icefield Centre Staff Accommodation Temporary Staff Accommodation
2020-03-02 Block 39 Lot 9 1203 Cabin Creek Drive Interior Renovation and Landscaping
2020-03-02 Block 23 Lot 16 812 Tonquin Street Bathroom
2020-03-10 Block 40, Lot 43 1111 Patricia Street Two rooms of private home accommodation
2020-03-11 Parcel FL Icefield Centre Café Interior Renovation
2020-03-13 Block 24 Lot 2 717 Patricia Street Two-unit Dwelling
2020-03-14 Block S, Lot 56 60 Stan Wright Drive One business sign
2020-01-03 Parcel GL 1 Old Lodge Road Infrastructure Upgrades
2020-01-23 Block 9 Lot 24 622B Connaught Drive Interior Renovation
2020-01-29 Block 16 Lot 2 309 Aspen Ave Bathroom Renovation
2020-01-29 Block 40 Lot 43 1111 Patricia Street Deck
2019-11-27 Various Jasper National Park AC Mitigation Installation
2019-11-28 NW 2-41-6-W6M Palisades Power Plant Demolition
2019-11-29 Marmot Basin Ski Lifts 518 Robson Street Mechanical Unit
2019-12-03 Block 42 Lot 2 1033 Poplar Ave One-unit Dwelling
2019-12-03 Block 9 Lot 26 618 Connaught Drive Interior Renovation
2019-12-06 Block 20 Lots 20 and 21 700 Miette Ave Interior Renovation
2019-12-10 Block 39 Lot 6 1209 Cabin Creek Drive Door and Window Installation
2019-12-11 Parcel CV-1 Unit 27 19 Patricia Place Woodstove
2019-12-11 Block 14 Lot 16 116 Patricia Street Garage Demolition
2019-12-16 Block 10 Lot 4 609 Geikie Street Four-unit Dwelling
2019-12-18 Parcel GK 2 Cottonwood Creek Road Interior Renovation
2019-12-18 Block 18 Lot 12 304 Pyramid Lake Road Interior Renovation
2019-12-23 Block 9 Lot 22 626 Connaught Drive Interior Renovation
2019-09-13 Stan Wright Parking Lot Stan Wright Drive Parking Lot
2019-11-22 Marmot Lodge 86 Connaught Drive Parking Lot Painting
2019-11-22 Marmot Basin Ski Lifts Marmot Basin Road Caribou Chalet Food Tent
2019-11-22 Block 39, Lot 6 1209 Cabin Creek Drive Deck
2019-10-24 Block 9 Lot 27 6161 Connaught Drive Roof structure replacement
2019-10-31 Block 20, Lots 20 & 21 700 Miette Avenue New fence
2019-10-31 Block 28, Lot 24 832 Geikie Street Replace garage shingles
2019-11-01 Parcel U Pyramid Lake Road Fireproofing and deck railing
2019-11-07 Parcel AK 96 Geikie Street Fireproofing renovation
2019-11-12 Block R10 306 Bonhomme Street Waterslide
2019-11-13 Block 43 Lot 45 1010 Poplar Ave One-unit dwelling
2019-10-04 Block 10 Lots 13-15 610 Patricia Street Interior Renovation
2019-10-08 Parcel CO, CN, CP 4 Aspen Gardens Interior Renovation
2019-10-08 Block 39, Lot 48 Stone Mountain Village Playground replacement
2019-10-08 Block 15, Lots 2 & 3 107 Bonhomme Street Handrail installation
2019-10-08 Block 2, Lot 7 213 Geikie Street Exterior cladding
2019-10-09 Block 22 Lot 3 705 Miette Ave Interior Renovation and Addition
2019-10-18 Block 7, Lot 15 600 Connaught Drive Roofing replacement
2019-10-18 Block 4, Lot 2 303 Geikie Street Exterior cladding
2019-10-18 Block 10 Lots 13-15 610 Patricia Street One business sign
2019-10-18 Block 9, Lots 14 & 15 640 Connaught Drive Roofing replacement
2019-10-01 NW1/4 Section 8 Township 45 Range 1 West of the 6th Meridian #1 Reservoir Road Re-shingle roof
2019-10-01 Block 41 Lot 5 #1224 Patricia Street Interior Renovation & Window Replacement
2019-10-01 Parcel Gl #1 Old Lodge Road Shaw Pedestal Replacement
2019-10-02 Block A Lots 4B & 5 #36 Southview Co-op Deck Extension
2019-10-02 Parcel FJ Columbia Icefields Centre Propane Tank Installation
2019-10-02 Block 40 Lot 38 #1101 Patricia Street Bathroom Addition
2019-09-03 Parcel U SW 1/4 Sec. 33-R-45-R1-W6M Landscaping
2019-09-06 Block 23 Lot 16 812 Tonquin Street Home Exterior Refinishing
2019-09-09 Parcel GK #2 Cottonwood Creek Road Window Installation
2019-08-15 Block 34. Lot 14 912 Tonquin St Replacement of roof shingles
2019-08-16 Block 44 Lot 50 1005 Poplar Ave New house development
2019-08-23 Block 18, Lot 1 313 Balsam House reroofing/residing
2019-08-23 Block 18, Lot 1 313 Balsam Garage reroofing/residing
2019-08-27 Block 27, Lot 13 825 Geikie St Building fence
2019-08-28 Block 40, Lot 31 1112 Cabin Creek Drive Basement window
2019-08-29 Block 28, Lot 7 813 Turret Street Re-shingle roof
2019-07-26 Block 24, Lot 23 720 Connaught Dr Replacement of roof shingles
2019-07-26 Block 41, Lot 28 2 Brewster Cres Replacement of roof shingles
2019-08-07 Block 13, Lot 11A 121 Patricia Street Roof replacement/chimney removal
2019-08-14 Block 44, Lot 64 1032 Lodgepole Street Trailer renovation
Adoption of National Building Code – 2023 Alberta Edition (NBC(AE)), National Fire Code – 2023 Alberta Edition (NFC(AE)), and National Energy Code of Canada for Buildings 2020 (NECB) – May 1, 2024

All safety code reviews for construction within Jasper National Park shall be completed using National Building Code – 2023 Alberta Edition (NBC(AE)), National Fire Code – 2023 Alberta Edition (NFC(AE)), and National Energy Code of Canada for Buildings 2020 (NECB), in additional to all other applicable codes, effective immediately. Projects may continue under the 2019 National Building Code – Alberta Edition, and the National Energy Code of Canada for Buildings 2017 supporting documentation can be provided to the Jasper Development Office that the preparation of plans and specifications was substantially completed prior to May 1, 2024.

Commercial cap – Applications due September 25, 2023

In keeping with the Jasper Community Sustainability Plan, Parks Canada (PCA) and the Municipality of Jasper (MoJ) would like to announce:

  • Current available commercial floor space is 1,999 square metres
  • All commercial floor space in S Block has been allocated.

For all developments over 46.5 square metres:

  • Applications with conceptual plans must be submitted to the PCA Realty by the last Monday of September each year;
  • PCA and MoJ representatives will assess applications based on established criteria;
  • Applicants will receive approval for the conceptual plan by October 27, 2023; and
  • If approved, complete development applications are due on or before the last Monday of January the following year.
  • Proposals will then be reviewed by a committee of MoJ and PCA representatives against established criteria and placed in draft rank order.

Evaluation Criteria
Proposals will be assessed to see if they:

  • Enhance visitors and residents’ experience of Jasper;
  • Provide a new service or product to the community, rather than adding more of an existing product or service;
  • Maximize underutilized space in the commercial area;
  • Provide any additional benefits to the town, such as staff accommodation;
  • Align with the Jasper National Park Management Plan, the Jasper Community Sustainability Plan, and all other applicable development regulations.

Inquiries should be addressed to Dave Kreizenbeck, Senior Realty and Development Advisor, at jasperdevelopment@pc.gc.ca.

Public notice – Private Home Accommodation
Private Home Accommodation policy amendment process

Parks Canada has initiated a process to amend the Private Home Accommodation (PHA) requirements as stated in the Town of Jasper Land Use Policy. The intent of the proposed PHA amendments is to address previous permitting inconsistencies and facilitate clear, consistent and fair implementation of the PHA permitting process, for the benefit of current and future PHA operators, the community and visitors.

Background

In March 2019 Parks Canada began an extensive public consultation on a number of issues—including PHAs—pertaining to residential housing shortages in the Jasper townsite. Consultations in 2019 included initial meetings with the Chamber of Commerce on February 21, the Private Home Accommodation Association on February 28, and a well-attended public forum on March 14. From this initial consultation process the What We Heard Report was made available to the public in September 2019, informing several action items for Parks Canada to implement.

The following year, Parks Canada issued Public notice - March 2020 stating that Private Home Accommodation applications would not be accepted after April 30, 2020, and that Parks Canada and the Municipality of Jasper would work together to determine what changes, if any, would be made to PHAs as a result of public feedback received in the 2019 consultations.

Following the initial consultations, draft amendments to the PHA requirements in the Town of Jasper Land Use Policy were developed; these amendments directly reflected public comments received and summarized in the What We Heard Report. The proposed policy changes included life safety requirements, policy clarity, and protection of residential spaces within the community, and were shared with the Jasper Home Accommodation Association (JHAA), PHA operators, the Municipality of Jasper, and the public in March 2022. After hearing concerns, including those raised by JHAA and PHA operators, Parks Canada withdrew the proposal.

On July 22, 2022 Parks Canada met with the JHAA to better understand the association’s concerns and to seek their input for the development of a revised policy. In addition, Parks Canada invited the Municipality of Jasper (as the PHA business licence authority) to provide input to be considered in the development of a revised policy.

The proposed policy changes were made publicly available on December 15, 2022 through a direct mailing to members of the JHAA, an ad in the local newspaper, and a notice on this webpage.

Next steps

Interested parties may provide feedback on the proposed policy changes to jasperdevelopment@pc.gc.ca until January 31, 2023.

Feedback pertaining to the current PHA proposed policy changes will be publicly available and a What We Heard report will be prepared and posted on the Jasper National Park website under Public Notices.

The feedback will be reviewed and evaluated to formulate a PHA land-use amendment package for submission to the Planning and Development Advisory Committee (PDAC). PDAC meetings are open to all and provide a formal public hearing process. Anyone affected by a development being considered by the committee may ask to speak at the public hearing. Information on how to participate in a PDAC meeting may be found here. Following the meeting, the PDAC will submit written recommendations to the Jasper Field Unit Superintendent.

The PHA land-use policy amendment package is expected to be on the agenda of the March 16, 2023 PDAC meeting. Public notices of upcoming PDAC meetings and agenda items are published on the Jasper National Park website and in the Fitzhugh newspaper a minimum of two weeks in advance.

Pending the outcome of the PDAC meeting, Parks Canada anticipates the PHA land-use policy amendments being completed by March 31, 2023, and to resume accepting new PHA development permit applications shortly thereafter.

Media Inquiries

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Jasper National Park
Tel: 780-852-6109
Email: jnpmedia@pc.gc.ca

Private Home Accommodation conceptual policy changes

Parks Canada is looking for feedback regarding proposed conceptual Private Home Accommodation (PHA) changes in the Town of Jasper Land Use Policy (Policy). The intent of the PHA proposed amendments is to address previous permitting inconsistencies and to facilitate clear, consistent, and fair implementation of the PHA permitting process moving forward for the benefit of the current and future PHA operators; the community; and our visitors. PHA operators, that have a valid Municipality of Jasper Private Home Accommodation Business Licence, are considered to have an active Parks Canada Private Home Accommodation Use Permit which will remain in effect, as approved, with no expiry date.

The Municipality of Jasper (as the PHA Business Licence Authority) and the Jasper Home Accommodation Association (representing PHA operators) were engaged to help Parks Canada better understand PHA fundamentals and possible improvements. Now we would like to extend the opportunity to all community members, and the general public to review and provide preliminary feedback on the PHA Conceptual Policy Changes proposed below. At the end of this process, feedback will be reviewed and evaluated to assist in formulation of the Parks Canada PHA Land Use Amendment Package to be formally submitted to the Planning and Development Advisory Committee (PDAC) for the formal public hearing process (see weblink below).

Please provide feedback on the PHA Conceptual Policy Changes to jasperdevelopment@pc.gc.ca no later than January 31, 2023 in order for Parks Canada to apply for a PHA specific land use policy amendment to be heard at the March 16, 2023 Planning and Development Advisory Committee public hearing. We hope to have the PHA amendments formalized by March 31, 2023 and resume accepting new PHA applications shortly thereafter.

PHA conceptual policy changes include:

PHA conceptual policy changes include:
Requirement Action Issue Proposed change
Kitchens prohibited in PHAs Policy clarification Kitchens were inferred as not being acceptable in a PHA as a dwelling may only have one Kitchen and a PHA is an area within a dwelling. Kitchen is defined in policy and one of the defining elements includes an area used for the preparation of food. There has been confusion regarding what appliances, or cupboards, are permitted in a PHA. Kitchens located in a PHA shall be expressly stated as prohibited, with the exception of a PHA located in a Secondary Suite approved by a Parks Canada Development and Building Permit process. A beverage preparation area (may include sink, mini fridge, one upper / lower standard cabinet, microwave, kettle, coffee maker) for all residential dwellings is acceptable if accompanied by an attestation declaring the preparation of food will not be facilitated.
PHA Gross Floor Area (GFA) definition and limitation Policy addition PHAs currently are defined in policy as PHA Bedroom(s) whereas most PHA Areas also include a bathroom, sitting room, exterior entrance and other areas. The policy currently limits the floor area of Home-Based Businesses (which include PHAs) to 10%, where applicable, but does not clarify if this is applicable to PHAs. PHAs are listed as a secondary use in a dwelling, but should not have an area larger than the remaining residential space in the dwelling. The definition of PHA Area (including bedroom, bathroom, sitting room, exterior entrance and other areas associated with the PHA) will be added and it will be clarified that it is limited to a maximum of 45% of the dwelling unit’s Gross Floor Area.
PHA parking (not obstructed) Policy clarification Current Policy states that additional on-site PHA parking stalls are required, in addition to the site’s required on-site parking, but does not state the PHA Parking stall(s) must not obstruct each other or the other required on-site parking of the site. In practice this has made it functionally difficult to ensure a site is using its required parking spaces to lessen the impact on the public street parking. Clarification that PHA on-site parking stalls may not block (tandem parking) each other or other on-site required parking stalls. For properties with no lane access, PHA parking stalls may still be located in the front setback, provided they are not in tandem with other required on-site parking stalls or at the expense of required soft landscaping.
PHA on-site parking use Policy clarification The current Policy requires a PHA to provide additional on-site parking (one on-site parking spot per PHA Bedroom) but does not state that the additional PHA on-site parking stall is to be used by the PHA guests. The Policy will be amended stating that PHA operators are responsible for their PHA guests to use the on-site PHA parking stalls.
PHA DU 3-year term Policy addition Previous public consultation specific to PHAs suggested compliance inspections should be conducted on a regular basis rather than on the current complaint basis. New PHA Discretionary Use permits will be issued for a maximum term of 3 years. Upon expiry, a new permit must be obtained, demonstrating compliance with all requirements. A PHA Compliance Policy for existing PHAs, that have no permit expiry date, will also require an inspection every three years.
Compliance inspections Policy removal Current Policy has a specific PHA requirement for compliance issues to be rectified within 60 days. This has been problematic to enforce and is inconsistent with the general compliance Policy for all other permits including other home based businesses. Removal of this PHA-specific compliance deadline will align it with the existing permit compliance policy.
Restriction: of maximum 2 exterior entrances per dwelling

Restriction of exterior stairway to second floor

Restriction of enclosed entrance hallway

Restriction of independent access to basement
Policy restriction removal PHA operators have identified that having an independent PHA entrance is a key component to the offer for safety and convenience. Continuing to restrict other home owners, except PHA operators, does not seem to be fair and equitable. Remove restriction and require an attestation to ensure independent exterior access will not be used for a non-approved dwelling.
Discretionary use permit New policy Current policy considers a Development Permit as the approval for either a Development (physical construction) or a Discretionary Use (use). The requirements for these types of permits are very different and this has caused confusion. Addition of Discretionary Use Permit definition distinguishing it from a Development (physical construction) permit.

Related webpages

Private Home Accommodation conceptual policy changes - What We Heard Report

Jasper National Parks Private Home Accommodation Feedback on Conceptual Policy Changes

Prepared by Parks Canada, February 8, 2023

What We Heard Report

Executive summary

Parks Canada has initiated a process to amend the Private Home Accommodation (PHA) requirements as stated in the Town of Jasper Land Use Policy. The intent of the proposed PHA amendments is to address previous permitting inconsistencies and facilitate clear, consistent and fair implementation of the PHA permitting process, for the benefit of current and future PHA operators, the community and visitors.

Background on conceptual changes

The “Private Home Accommodation Policy Amendment Process” began in 2019 and is available on the Jasper National Park Public Notices. Part of this process was a public consultation on “Private Home Accommodation Conceptual Policy Changes” based on 8 concepts which was made publicly available on December 15, 2022 through a direct mailing to members of the Jasper Home Accommodation Association (JHAA), two advertisements in the local newspaper, and a notice on the Jasper National Park Public Notices webpage. This consultation closed on January 31, 2023 and the intent of this report is to summarize the comments and suggestions received through this process.

Who we heard from

We received a total of 33 responses:

  • 29 from PHA operators
  • 3 from Jasper residents that are non-PHA operators
  • 1 from a visitor

Conceptual policy changes and feedback

The following are the concepts consulted on and the summarized feedback for each:

  1. Kitchens prohibited in PHAs
  2. Parks Canada proposed change: Kitchens located in a PHA shall be expressly stated as prohibited, with the exception of a PHA located in a Secondary Suite approved by a Parks Canada Development and Building Permit process. A beverage preparation area (may include sink, mini fridge, one upper / lower standard cabinet, microwave, kettle, coffee maker) for all residential dwellings is acceptable if accompanied by an attestation declaring the preparation of food will not be facilitated.

    Feedback received from public: We received a total of 16 comments regarding kitchens which fall into three categories:

    1. No cooking in a PHA unless the PHA is within a Secondary Suite (4 comments)
    2. No limitation on cupboards / refrigerator size (6 comments)
    3. A kitchenette should be allowed in a PHA (6 comments)

  3. PHA gross floor area
  4. Parks Canada proposed change: The definition of PHA Area (including bedroom, bathroom, sitting room, exterior entrance and other areas associated with the PHA) will be added and it will be clarified that it is limited to a maximum of 45% of the dwelling unit’s Gross Floor Area.

    Feedback received from public: We received a total of 4 comments regarding adding the PHA Gross Floor Area definition; all four comments were supportive of this proposed policy change.

  5. PHA parking (not obstructed)
  6. Parks Canada proposed change: Clarification that PHA on-site parking stalls may not block (tandem parking) each other or other on-site required parking stalls. For properties with no lane access, PHA parking stalls may still be located in the front setback, provided they are not in tandem with other required on-site parking stalls or at the expense of required soft landscaping.

    Feedback received from public: We received a total of 12 comments regarding restricting tandem parking for PHA stalls. All 12 comments were not in support of moving forward with this restriction. Two people suggested looking at parking in a neighbourhood-specific context.

  7. PHA on-site parking use
  8. Parks Canada proposed change: The Policy will be amended stating that PHA operators are responsible for their PHA guests to use the on-site PHA parking stalls.

    Feedback received from public: We received a total of 12 comments regarding PHA operators be responsible to ensure their PHA guests use the on-site PHA Parking Stalls. The comments were evenly split with 6 in favour and 6 not in favour.

  9. PHA discretionary use 3-year permit term
  10. Parks Canada proposed change: New PHA Discretionary Use permits will be issued for a maximum term of 3 years. Upon expiry, a new permit must be obtained, demonstrating compliance with all requirements. A PHA Compliance Policy for existing PHAs, that have no permit expiry date, will also require an inspection every three years.

    Feedback received from public: We received a total of 12 comments regarding new PHA Discretionary Use permits to be issued for a maximum term of 3 years. All twelve comments were opposed to the three-year term. Two comments suggested that a longer term of 5 or 10 years would be more acceptable.

  11. Future compliance strategy
  12. Background: As part of the PHA Discretionary Use 3-year term concept and from general comments, there was a lot of feedback received specific to compliance inspections and as such this concept was given its own category.

    Feedback received from public: We received a total of 12 comments regarding compliance inspections which fall into three categories:

    1. Current enforcement of PHAs is inadequate and that a complaint driven model is ineffective and unfair to neighbors. (4 comments)
    2. Encouraging regular inspections to ensure compliance (5 comments)
    3. Concerns that the policy shouldn't be amended without knowing what a future compliance policy would look like; and questioned possible associated fees (3 comments)

    Parks Canada has assured the JHAA that prior to any changes being made, Parks Canada will meet with the JHAA and the Municipality of Jasper (as the PHA Business Licence authority and as the body that controls and manages the public streets and alleys), to specifically discuss a future PHA Compliance Strategy. The intent of a future compliance strategy is to ensure the three parties work together on the who, what, where, and when inspections and compliance actions would take place. Once a draft strategy is formulated, the general public will be consulted before finalizing the strategy.

  13. PHA compliance deadline
  14. Parks Canada proposed change: Currently Private Home Accommodations have a specific policy enforcement deadline of 60 days. Removal of this PHA-specific compliance deadline will revert PHA enforcement to be covered under the existing general permit enforcement policy.

    Feedback received from public: We received a total of 3 comments regarding Removal of this PHA-specific compliance deadline. All three comments were supportive of this removal.

  15. Exterior entrance restrictions
  16. Parks Canada proposed change: Current Policy restricts one-unit and two-unit dwellings to: a maximum of 2 exterior entrances per dwelling; no exterior stairway to the second floor permitted; no enclosed entrance hallways (vestibules) permitted; and no independent access to basements permitted. It is proposed to remove these restrictions and require an attestation to ensure independent exterior access will not be used for a non-approved dwelling.

    Feedback received from public: Seven comments were received regarding the removing of the listed entrance restrictions all of which were supportive.

  17. Discretionary use permit
  18. Parks Canada proposed change: Addition of Discretionary Use Permit definition distinguishing it from a Development (physical construction) permit.

    Feedback received from public: Three comments were received on this concept including two supporting the addition of the Discretionary Use Permit and one "no comment".

  19. Other comments
  20. Many other comments were received that were not directly related to the concepts listed on this particular consultation. These comments include:

    1. Supporting the grandfathering of existing PHA Operators;

    2. The importance of PHAs to the community and to visitors;

    3. Concerns regarding PHAs and affordability of homes;

    4. The lack of direct consultation with PHA Operators;

    5. Support of land use and planning going to the Municipality of Jasper;

    6. Confusing communications;

    7. That the 2019 What we Heard Report which indicated that 58% of the comments called for increased PHA regulation was not a call to action;

    8. Suggestions of alternative methods to regulate commercial density in residential neighborhoods;

    9. The belief that these proposals are a step in the right direction;

    10. Permitting PHAs without a cap is not sustainable;

    11. Concern about future possible changes;

    12. Suggestions to analyze PHA parking alignment on an individual basis.

Next steps

Reviewing the feedback

The feedback will be reviewed and evaluated to formulate a PHA land-use amendment package for submission to the Planning and Development Advisory Committee (PDAC). PDAC meetings are open to all and provide a formal public hearing process. Anyone affected by a development being considered by the committee may ask to speak at the public hearing. Information on how to participate in a PDAC meeting may be found here. Following the meeting, the PDAC will submit written recommendations to the Jasper Field Unit Superintendent.

The PHA land-use policy amendment package is expected to be on the agenda of the March 22, 2023 PDAC meeting. Public notices of upcoming PDAC meetings and agenda items are published on the Jasper National Park website and in the Fitzhugh newspaper a minimum of two weeks in advance.

Some responses contained questions, which will be responded to individually.

When will the policy changes take effect?

Pending the outcome of the PDAC meeting, Parks Canada anticipates the PHA land-use policy amendments being completed by March 31, 2023, and to resume accepting new PHA development permit applications shortly thereafter.

Private Home Accommodation policy amendment action summary

Jasper National Parks Private Home Accommodation Parks Canada Policy Amendment Action Summary

Prepared by Parks Canada, February 16, 2023

Parks Canada Action Summary

Executive summary

Parks Canada has initiated a process to amend the Private Home Accommodation (PHA) requirements as stated in the Town of Jasper Land Use Policy. The intent of the proposed PHA amendments is to address previous permitting inconsistencies and facilitate clear, consistent and fair implementation of the PHA permitting process, for the benefit of current and future PHA operators, the community and visitors.

Background on conceptual changes

The “Private Home Accommodation Policy Amendment Process” began in 2019 and is available on the Jasper National Park Public Notices. Part of this process was a public consultation on “Private Home Accommodation Conceptual Policy Changes” based on 8 concepts which closed on January 31, 2023 for which a “Feedback on a Conceptual Policy What We Heard Report” is posted on the Jasper National Park Public Notices webpage.

Conceptual policy change feedback and subsequent actions

The table below contains the 8 Conceptual Changes that were consulted on, general public feedback, and the subsequent Parks Canada Action.

Conceptual Policy Change Feedback and Subsequent Actions
Concept Issue Proposed change Public feedback and subsequent Parks Canada action
Kitchens prohibited in PHAs Kitchens were inferred as not being acceptable in a PHA as a dwelling may only have one Kitchen and a PHA is an area within a dwelling. Kitchen is defined in policy and one of the defining elements includes an area used for the preparation of food. There has been confusion regarding what appliances, or cupboards, are permitted in a PHA. Kitchens located in a PHA shall be expressly stated as prohibited, with the exception of a PHA located in a Secondary Suite approved by a Parks Canada Development and Building Permit process. A beverage preparation area (may include sink, mini fridge, one upper / lower standard cabinet, microwave, kettle, coffee maker) for all residential dwellings is acceptable if accompanied by an attestation declaring the preparation of food will not be facilitated.
  • Public Feedback specific to “No cooking in a PHA unless the PHA is within a Secondary Suite” was supported; therefore, Parks Canada will propose an amendment to the Policy prohibiting Kitchens in a PHA unless the PHA is within a permitted Secondary Suite.

  • Public Feedback specific to “No limitation of cupboards / refrigerator size” was well supported; therefore, Parks Canada will not propose an amendment to the Policy in this regard.

  • Public feedback specific to “a kitchenette should be allowed in a PHA” is supported; therefore, Parks Canada will further consult with both the JHAA, and the Municipality of Jasper, to address this further through creation of PHA Guidelines and a PHA Compliance Strategy.
PHA Gross Floor Area (GFA) definition and limitation PHAs currently are defined in policy as PHA Bedroom(s) whereas most PHA Areas also include a bathroom, sitting room, exterior entrance and other areas. The policy currently limits the floor area of Home-Based Businesses (which include PHAs) to 10%, where applicable, but does not clarify if this is applicable to PHAs. PHAs are listed as a secondary use in a dwelling, but should not have an area larger than the remaining residential space in the dwelling. The definition of PHA Area (including bedroom, bathroom, sitting room, exterior entrance and other areas associated with the PHA) will be added and it will be clarified that it is limited to a maximum of 45% of the dwelling unit’s Gross Floor Area. Public Feedback Supportive; therefore, Parks Canada will propose an amendment to the Policy which will include the Private Home Accommodation Area definition and limitation to a maximum of 45% of the dwellings gross floor area.
PHA parking (not obstructed) Current Policy states that additional on-site PHA parking stalls are required, in addition to the site’s required on-site parking, but does not state the PHA Parking stall(s) must not obstruct each other or the other required on-site parking of the site. In practice this has made it functionally difficult to ensure a site is using its required parking spaces to lessen the impact on the public street parking. Clarification that PHA on-site parking stalls may not block (tandem parking) each other or other on-site required parking stalls. For properties with no lane access, PHA parking stalls may still be located in the front setback, provided they are not in tandem with other required on-site parking stalls or at the expense of required soft landscaping. Public Feedback Not Supportive of prohibiting tandem parking; therefore, Parks Canada will not propose an amendment restricting Tandem Parking.
PHA on-site parking use The current Policy requires a PHA to provide additional on-site parking (one on-site parking spot per PHA Bedroom) but does not state that the additional PHA on-site parking stall is to be used by the PHA guests. The Policy will be amended stating that PHA operators are responsible for their PHA guests to use the on-site PHA parking stalls.
  • Public Feedback Was Evenly Split; therefore, Parks Canada will not propose an amendment to the Policy.

  • Parks Canada will further consult with both the JHAA, and the Municipality of Jasper, to address on-site parking concerns through creation of PHA Guidelines and a PHA Compliance Strategy.
PHA discretionary use DU 3-year term Previous public consultation specific to PHAs suggested compliance inspections should be conducted on a regular basis rather than on the current complaint basis. New PHA Discretionary Use permits will be issued for a maximum term of 3 years. Upon expiry, a new permit must be obtained, demonstrating compliance with all requirements. A PHA Compliance Policy for existing PHAs, that have no permit expiry date, will also require an inspection every three years.
  • Public Feedback Not Supportive; therefore, Parks Canada will not propose an amendment to the Policy for a PHA Discretionary Use Permit 3 Year Term.

  • Parks Canada will further consult with both the JHAA, and the Municipality of Jasper, on the creation of PHA Guidelines and a PHA Compliance Strategy.
Compliance inspections Current Policy has a specific PHA requirement for compliance issues to be rectified within 60 days. This has been problematic to enforce and is inconsistent with the general compliance Policy for all other permits including other home based businesses. Removal of this PHA-specific compliance deadline will align it with the existing permit compliance policy.
  • Public Feedback Supportive; therefore, Parks Canada will propose an amendment to the Policy to remove this specific PHA Compliance Deadline clause.

  • Parks Canada will further consult with both the JHAA, and the Municipality of Jasper, on the creation of PHA Guidelines and a PHA Compliance Strategy. To address safety concerns, tools such as an attestation form from operators understanding the permitted use of their PHA Area or third party inspections certificates may be employed.
Restriction of:
Maximum 2 exterior entrances per dwelling

Exterior stairway to second floor

Enclosed entrance hallway

Independent access to basement
PHA operators have identified that having an independent PHA entrance is a key component to the offer for safety and convenience. Continuing to restrict other home owners, except PHA operators, does not seem to be fair and equitable. Remove restriction and require an attestation to ensure independent exterior access will not be used for a non-approved dwelling. Public Feedback Supportive; therefore, Parks Canada will propose an amendment to Policy removing these exterior entrance restrictions.
Discretionary use permit Current policy considers a Development Permit as the approval for either a Development (physical construction) or a Discretionary Use (use). The requirements for these types of permits are very different and this has caused confusion. Addition of Discretionary Use Permit definition distinguishing it from a Development (physical construction) permit. Public Feedback Supportive; therefore, Parks Canada will propose an amendment to the Policy adding the Discretionary Use Permit.

Next steps

Parks Canada will prepare and submit a Town of Jasper Land Use Policy amendment package to the Planning and Development Advisory Committee (PDAC). The policy amendment package will also contain several policy clarifications that do not represent a change in policy direction rather are intended to provide policy clarity. The Parks Canada PDAC Application will follow the standard PDAC process: public hearing information will be advertised in the Fitzhugh newspaper, and the application package will be available for review on the Jasper National Park Public Notices. PDAC meetings are open to all and provide a formal public hearing process. Anyone affected by a development being considered by the committee may ask to speak at the public hearing. Information on how to participate in a PDAC meeting may be found here. Following the meeting, the PDAC will submit written recommendations to the Jasper Field Unit Superintendent.

The PHA land-use policy amendment package is expected to be on the agenda of the March 22, 2023 PDAC meeting. Public notices of upcoming PDAC meetings and agenda items are published on the Jasper National Park website and in the Fitzhugh newspaper a minimum of two weeks in advance.

When will the policy changes take effect?

Pending the outcome of the PDAC meeting, Parks Canada anticipates the PHA land-use policy amendments being completed by March 31, 2023, and to resume accepting new PHA permit applications shortly thereafter.

What We Heard – Jasper Zoning Regulations and Housing

Thank you for your participation in our Public Consultation on March 14, 2019 on zoning and Accessory Dwelling Units.

Your feedback and ideas have been compiled into a What We Heard Report, which can be accessed here.

We appreciate your participation and contribution to these important regulations and policies.

Stay tuned for more information in the coming months on our website.

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