Construction Completion and Final Acceptance Certificates
Construction Completion Certificate:
Once the municipal improvements have been constructed, the developer's consultant must request in writing, to the appropriate department, an inspection for each municipal improvement, submit any required test results and back up documentation, and then submit a Construction Completion Certificate (CCC) as outlined in the servicing agreement.
The CCC application form should be submitted in triplicate on green paper with a copy of a drawing showing the municipal improvement attached to each of the three CCC forms.
The following City departments and agencies are responsible for the corresponding improvements:
- Paved roads, sidewalks, curb and gutter
- Paved alleys
- Street lighting system
- Temporary turnarounds
- Temporary emergency accesses
- Storm and sanitary sewers and service connections
- Grass and concrete drainage swales
- Storm water management facilities
- Sanitary lift stations
- Temporary drainage features
Epcor Water Services Inc
Water system and service connections
Epcor Distribution IncElectrical distribution system
- Landscape Amenities
Final Acceptance Certificate
Upon expiry of the maintenance period of each municipal improvement outlined in the servicing agreement, the developer's consultant must apply for a Final Acceptance Certificate (FAC). The purpose of the FAC is to transfer full responsibility for a municipal improvement from the developer to the City.
To view and print:
To view and print a copy of the Construction Completion Certificate or the Final Acceptance Certificate, please refer to Precedent Agreements and Related Forms.
For more information:
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