Posted May 6 , 2013


Kitchener Extends building Permit Hours on Tuesdays

KITCHENER – The City of Kitchener building division will be extending hours of service during “Tuesday Night Express Permits” from 4 to 6:30 p.m. every Tuesday, May through August, to give home owners adequate time to apply for and acquire permits they may need to undertake a home project.

“Many people choose to undertake home improvement projects, so it is important people have a place to go if they have any questions around the work they’re doing and whether or not permits are needed,” said Mike Seiling, the city’s director of building. “We are happy to extend our hours every Tuesday from now through August to accommodate people who may have questions but can’t make it out between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.”

In addition, the city continues to add residential permit types to an online portal to enable builders and residents to apply for certain types of permits on the web, at any time, and to check on permit approval status without making a trip to city hall. Visit the online permits portal at

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