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  1. Bid Opportunities

    Review current and upcoming bidding opportunities. For information on past bid opportunities not listed please contact the Purchasing section.

  2. Building Permits

    A permit is a document that describes and authorizes construction or alteration to take place in accordance with the plans and specifications that have been submitted for acceptance by Maple Ridge. Permits must be applied for in person at the Permits counter.

  3. Burning Permit

  4. Careers

    Maple Ridge is a great place to work with competitive compensation packages that include the municipal pension plan, a strong employee wellness program and the opportunity for professional career growth. All candidates must apply through our online Career Portal (below). We are no longer accepting resumes via email, fax or in person.

  5. Committee or Commission

    Apply to sit on a Committee or Commission.

  6. Highway Use Permit

    These are required for any non-municipal uses within road right-of-ways, including lanes, sidewalks and boulevards . For example: excavations, temporary closures/detours, signs/displays/seating areas.

  7. Home Owner Grants

    Property owners can submit their Home Owner Grant claim online. With your folio number and access code from your tax notice, you will be able to submit your grant claim and get a receipt confirmation instantly. This service is available from late May until December 31 each year.

  8. Planning Permits

    Pre-application meetings are strongly recommended. Please call 604-467-7341 to arrange for an appointment for First Reading (land use report) of rezoning, the minimum required items are as specified in Schedule I of the Development Procedural Bylaw.

  9. Sanitary, Storm or Water Estimate

    Maple Ridge has a standard fee for a 20mm (3/4 inch) single family water connection and a 7.5m (24.6 feet) access culvert. Due to site specific issues, other services are by estimate only.

  10. Tree Cutting Permit

    The bylaw focuses on responsible management and mitigation measures for tree removal to minimize impacts on neighbouring properties, to encourage preservation measures where possible, and to promote tree replacement measures across the community where tree cutting practices are taking place.