Municipal Numbering of a Property
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Different kinds of developments need different kinds of municipal addressing or municipal numbering. In particular, those developments that result in new properties.
Emergency services, property assessments, building and other permits all need correct municipal addresses.
Revised addressing may be required when severance of property is needed through:
- Committee of Adjustment consent
- Ontario Municipal Board order
- Part lot control exemption application
- Subdivision application
- Whole lots
It also may be required due to:
- Amalgamation of properties for construction of a new commercial or residential development
- Development of site as condominium
- New construction results in an additional building or entrance on the property requiring a separate address
- New construction results in main entrance to building being on a different street (corner lot)
- Property currently unaddressed
Different address wanted for other reasons
In addition to the application form, there are plan requirements for different application types:
Committee of Adjustment Consent or Ontario Municipal Board Order
This application requires a Deposited Reference Plan showing the new parcels. Plan must specify the PART number that will comprise each of the new parcels. If the property is flanked by a second street, a ground floor plan showing the entrances of the new houses is also required.
Part Lot Control Exemption Application
This application requires a Deposited Reference Plan or final draft version of Reference Plan showing the new parcels. Also a site plan and ground floor plan showing the entrances of the new houses are also required.
This application requires a Registered Plan of Subdivision or final draft version of the Plan of Subdivision. Also a site plan and ground floor plan showing the entrances of the new houses are also required.
Addressing of Whole Lots
This application requires a new or recent plan of survey. If a second street flanks the property, a ground floor plan showing the entrances of the new houses is also required.
Amalgamation of Properties for Construction of a New Commercial or Residential Development
This application requires a new or recent plan of survey. Also a site plan and ground floor plan showing the entrances of the new buildings are also required.
New Construction Results in Main Entrance to Building Being on a Different Street (Corner Lot)
This application requires a ground floor plan showing the entrance of the new building.
Property Currently Unaddressed
New or Recent Plan of Survey
If the property is flanked by a second street, a ground floor plan showing the entrance of the new building is also required.
Different Address Wanted for Other Reasons
Contact municipal addressing staff for assistance.
In connection with land severance/consolidation, rezoning application, development review or building permit application, the service charge for the processing of the application is $158.94, plus HST, for the first address and $40.10, plus HST, for each additional address. Applications for changing a municipal number are subject to a service charge for the processing of the application of $406.06, plus HST, for each number. Applications should be submitted without fee. Municipal addressing staff will advise applicant of the fee. (Fees as of January 1, 2018).