Street Use Permits
Street Use Permits are required for any closure of a street, lane, or sidewalk in relation to a special event, work, or construction as per the Traffic Regulation Bylaw 1698-1987 (section 5.04 – Temporary Use Permits).
Traffic Regulation Bylaw 1698-1987, Section 5.04 – Temporary Use Permits:
“The Engineer may, on application by a person or corporation, issue a temporary Street Use Permit for the use of a Highway in a manner otherwise prohibited by this Bylaw. The Permit requires a minimum of:
(a) Completed application form stating the applicants contact information, and the nature, location and timing of the work to be undertaken;
(b) A permit application fee as per the User Fees and Charges Bylaw;
(c) Cash security deposit or letter of credit as specified by the Engineer;
(d) Certificate of Insurance naming the District of Mission additionally insured under the general liability clause for $5,000,000; and
(e) An approved Traffic Management Plan in compliance with the Traffic Management Manual for Work on Roadways as published by the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure.
The provision does not apply to work being carried out by the District of Mission.
The permit application fee may be waived by the Engineer where the applicant is a registered non-profit organization.”
Extraordinary Traffic Permits
for Overweight and/or Overheight Vehicles
District of Mission Traffic Regulation Bylaw No. 1698-1987 provides for Extraordinary Traffic Permits for Overweight and/or Overheight Vehicles. The permit applies to vehicles and equipment over 2.6 metres in width, 12.5 metres in length, or 4.5 metres in height. A permit valid for a single trip is subject to an application fee. An Extraordinary Traffic Permit together with the fee is submitted to the Engineering Department for processing and issuing.