Property Addressing

In the early 1990s, the RDEK undertook civic addressing in the Columbia Valley. The main purpose was to provide a means of locating residences.

Since that time, civic addressing has been assigned for all occupied properties in the RDEK, and we provide a civic address for all new residences and businesses. This is normally done at Building Permit stage.

All assigned civic addresses should be posted where they are clearly visible, from the road, for emergency 9-1-1 services.

The RDEK will provide a civic address, on request, for vacant properties or properties with accessory buildings if the address is required for emergency services or insurance purposes. A civic address may also be provided, prior to the issuance of a building permit, if required for the installation of utilities or delivery of materials. An application “Request for Pre addressing of Unoccupied Property” Form and a $30.00 application fee is required.


Frequently Asked Questions

  1. When do I get a civic address?  Normally you receive a civic address as part of the Building Permit process, however, if required for emergency services or insurance purposes, you can make application for one by filling out a Request for Pre-Addressing.
     
  2. What is my civic address?  If your property has an address we can advise you what it is. If your property doesn’t have an address, we will advise you of the process for obtaining one, if required.

Contact Us

To learn more about Property Addressing or to find out what your civic address is, contact our Engineering Services Department.

Last edited: Thu, June 08, 2017 - 10:15:02