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If working within the City of Lethbridge our office requires the following permits:

Tank Permits  

Permits are required for petroleum tanks only. Current fees are $87.00 for first tank and $50.00 for each additional tank.

For an application form to remove or install above ground or underground tanks click here or information on underground piping replacement click here.

Pyrotechnics / Fire Performance

For requirements for fireworks displays you must be a licensed pyro technician and must be approved by the City of Lethbridge, Fire Prevention Bureau. Click here for more information.
For an application form click here.   

You are also required to get a permit for any Fire Performance, such as fire spinning.

For an application form click here.

The current fee is 112.00.

For the safety of our residents, the City of Lethbridge prohibits the discharge of fireworks and does not issue permits for the sale or purchase of fireworks.

Open Burning Guidelines

Fire pit permits are not required within the City of Lethbridge although the citizens of Lethbridge are encouraged to be familiar with the 5431 Open Burning bylaw.

When the Fire Department responds to a fire pit complaint, they will determine if there is a public safety concern and if so will extinguish the fire.

The Fire Department may issue commercial Open Burn Permits. For more information see Section 2 of the Open Burning Bylaw 5431.

The current fee is $112.00

Fire Safety Plan

A Fire Safety Plan is required within the City of Lethbridge for construction, renovation and demolition sites.   

See Fire Safety Plan Guidelines.

Click here to download the Demolition Permit Application.

The current fee is $112.00.  

Transportation of Dangerous Goods

Vehicles that are transporting dangerous goods within the City of Lethbridge, require a Transportation of Dangerous Goods permit.  All vehicles must transport their dangerous goods on the Dangerous Goods Route.
This permit must be renewed yearly.  Current fee is $112.00 per year.