Applicants must ensure the entire permit is completed in full, otherwise the permit may be rejected. The applicant must abide by all regulations, restrictions, and conditions of the permit at all times.
New ROWCAP fees start February 5
Effective February 5, 2024, the following fees will be in place for all Right-of-Way Activity Permits (ROWCAPs) for third-party contractors:
- $50.00 per ROWCAP application
- $25.00 per ROWCAP extension
Food truck permits
A permit is required to park a food truck in Strathcona County.
Are you looking to add a second access to your rural property? Approval must be provided by the County first. Learn more about access guidelines.
Planning a neighbourhood block party where you will block the roadway? You'll need a permit for that. Learn more about block parties.
Commercial trucking permits
Will your truck load exceed the posted axle weight? Does your load exceed allowable dimensions? Make sure you are prepared and have the right commercial trucking permits.
After hours parking lot sweeping, road construction, snow removal or miscellaneous events all require a noise permit. You may submit an application for a noise permit.
Right-of-way construction activity permit
Are you working on County-owned roads? You will need a Right-of-way Construction Activity Permit (ROWCAP). Learn more about right-of-way construction permits.
Road right-of-way sign installation guidelines
Learn more about right-of-way sign installation within the road right-of-way.
Special roadway event permit
Planning an event that will impact a County road (i.e. parade, race, etc.)? You may submit an application for a special roadway event permit.
Temporary roadway encroachment permit
A permit is required when equipment, bins, trucks or materials are left on roads or sidewalks temporarily. Examples include:
- Landscaping materials such as piles of dirt, sod, or other materials
- Food trucks
- Garbage bins
- Pod containers
Food truck requirements:
To qualify for a permit for temporary food truck parking, please ensure the following:
- A safe parking lane is available.
- The service window must face the sidewalk and traffic cones/delineators placed around the truck.
- Oak Street, Centre in the Park, Centennial Park, and Fir Street are restricted
- No parking:
- within 10 m of a crosswalk
- on arterial or major collector roadway
Food trucks require a business fire inspection. Learn more here.
You may submit an application for a temporary roadway encroachment permit.
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