If you are suspending activity on a construction site, please inform The City of Calgary by calling 311. Building inspectors will attend multi-family and high-rise sites that would have higher risk to public safety should construction activity be stalled at this time. Inspectors will review public access, loose debris, and security of the sites. 311 is prepared to respond to these calls and track all suspended sites.
The City is preparing to launch a video inspection service using Google Duo (available on the App store). City building inspectors will advise if a video inspection can be conducted. They will require a site contact to speak directly with the person on-site, and confirm the app is installed. Please note, video inspections will be done at the discretion of the building inspector and cannot be requested. 311 is now screening anyone with a scheduled inspection. If anyone on the property is sick, experiencing even mild symptoms, or under self-isolation (even if feeling well), your inspection can not proceed.
Self-isolation includes: the 14-day waiting period after returning from travel, as well as anyone monitoring for symptoms under the guidance of Alberta Health Services.
City Hall Parkade Closed to Public
Effective Monday, March 23 the municipal complex including City Hall, the Calgary Municipal Building and the Administration Building are closed to the public. As part of this closure, the City Hall Parkade is also closed to the public. If you must come to City Hall, please use on-street parking along 9th Avenue SE or other nearby parking facilities.
The +15 between the Hyatt and City Hall is also closed to public access.
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