Planning Department Manager
The Planning & Development Services Department is responsible for Long Range and Current Planning, Building Inspection Services and Business Licensing. Long Range Planning typically involves policy development to guide future land-use within the City such as the Official Community Plan (OCP). Current Planning involves processing applications to change land-use or develop land that meets existing permitted land-uses such as OCP Amendments, Zoning Amendments, Subdivisions, Development Permits, Development Variance Permits and Temporary Use Permits.
The City of Armstrong Planning and Development department consists of a planner, two building inspectors and a clerk.
The City of Armstrong accepts all building inquiries directly related to properties within the boundaries; building permits will be issued by the City.
A comprehensive application package with information sheets is available for download as well as each individual form and info sheet available for download.
All City maps are located here.
2440 York Avenue, 2500 Phillips Street, 2400 Okanagan Street
Active Development Applications
Development applications that are active and in progress, click here for the report – updated December 7th, 2022.
Please note, the attached development permit reports are updated periodically throughout the year, please click on the “click here for report” to access the report(s). Please contact City Hall if you require information that is more up to date.
Closed/ Completed Development Applications
Development applications that have been authorized, closed or expired, click here for the report – updated December 7th, 2022.
Development Permits & Applications
Applications are available at City Hall or online.
Zoning Applications & Information
View the City’s Zoning Bylaw.
The Re-Zoning Guide has been created to help identify the process for a Rezoning application.
Applications for re-zoning are available at City Hall or online.
The updated Zoning map can be found here.
Persons interested in Zoning and Official Community Plan designation for their property are encouraged to contact City Hall.
Official Community Plan
Applications are available at City Hall.
Initial inquires should be made directly to City Hall.
Integrated Stream & Wetland Management Study
Integrated Stream and Wetland Management Study for the City of Armstrong in support of watershed planning and management.
Owner Builder Authorization
Owner builders are required to pass a knowledge exam on home building basics. This helps owner builders to expand their knowledge and improve the quality of owner-built homes. It also enhances consumer protection by reinforcing the statutory requirements that owner builders are required to follow. Please use the link for the Owner Builder Authorization to have all your questions answered.