Access to City Property Permit

The City requires 24 hours to approve an ACP.  Front counter locations are temporarily closed to the public. Please email completed applications to pwwebrequests@stalbert.ca

The Access to City Property (ACP) permit allows a contractor or homeowner to access their job site by going through City-owned property such as a park, green space, or easement. Should you require such access, you must obtain and provide a completed application, in-person, at either Engineering Services or Public Works during regular business hours.

Please note that the City requires 24 hours to issue an ACP permit and that there is no charge for processing one currently.

Access to City Property Permit

Difference between an OSCP and ACP?

The On-Street Construction Permit (OSCP) deals with work on City property or within the road right-of-way, whereas an ACP permit allows a contractor or homeowner to access their job site by going through city-owned property such as a park, green space or easement. Refer to the following flowchart if you're unsure as to which permit you require.

OSCP/ACP Decision-Making Flowchart


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Last edited: February 16, 2021