Enderby City Hall

Development, Planning, and Building

Development and Planning

The City of Enderby is pleased to offer case-managed development services right from its front counter. Kurt Inglis, Assistant Corporate Officer and Planning Assistant, is available to help residents, developers, and prospective property purchasers work through local regulations and requirements. Developing a property can often be complex; we are here to help you work through the complexity!

Whether you’re a resident looking to re-zone your property, a business owner looking to expand, or a prospective property purchaser looking to develop, contact Kurt Inglis at 250-838-7230 or by email at kinglis@cityofenderby.com.

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Planning Bylaws

Planning Applications

Building Inspection

As of January 1, 2016, the City of Enderby delivers its own building inspection service and has jurisdiction on building matters. The City of Enderby has contracted with the Regional District of the North Okanagan for Building Inspection services.

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Contacting a Building Inspector

Dave Gardner and his alternate, Dwayne Skublen, are the Building Inspectors for Enderby.

General Inquiries

You can contact the RDNO office at 250-550-3700 to speak with a Building Inspector. They are generally available until 9:30am.

Booking an Inspection

Building Inspectors are available daily for inspections.   When booking an inspection, please allow a minimum of two working days prior to the date of inspection. Regular inspections are generally conducted in the late morning and afternoon.

Please call the Building Inspection Line at 250-550-3730 and leave a message with the following information:

  • Permit Number
  • Civic Address
  • Contact Name
  • Contact Telephone Number
  • Date for Inspection
  • Required Inspection

Voicemails will be checked daily.  Inspections can also be booked by calling Reception at 250-550-3700 during office hours (Monday to Friday, 8:00am to 4:30pm).

Service Transition

The City is working closely with RDNO to ensure that a seamless transition occurs for our customers within the building community.  We understand that certainty saves you time and money.

All active permits will be transferred from RDNO to the City of Enderby as of January 1, 2016.  If you hold an active permit, you do not need to take any action; this will occur automatically for your convenience.

For further information, visit RDNO’s Building Inspection page.

Where the Shuswap meets the Okanagan