Soil Depositing

The CVRD soil bylaw is intended to regulate deposits of clean soil, and to prevent unauthorized imports of contaminated soil and deleterious impacts to streams and other environmentally sensitive features. Gravel, rock and other substances of which land is naturally composed may also be subject to a permit. Did you know there are some permit exemptions and permits are free for volumes less than 100 m3 in a calendar year.

Visit the Soil webpage to learn more. 

 

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1. Building Permits
2. Burning and Air Quality
3. Current Water Use Restrictions
4. Dogs
5. Fireworks in the CVRD
6. Garbage, Recycling Totes and Wildlife
7. Illegal Dumping
8. Living in the Agriculture Land Reserve
9. Parks in the CVRD
10. R/V Dwelling and “Tiny House” Use
11. Can I “camp” on my property while I build a house?
12. Road Maintenance and Snow Plowing
13. Soil Depositing
14. Tips for Working it out with Your Neighbours
15. Working in Development Permit Areas
16. Zoning / Land Use