The Town of Crossfield is located along Highway 2 in Alberta with easy access to major economic hubs. Located 30 minutes north of Calgary and 10 minutes from Airdrie, Crossfield has an abundance of opportunity.
The lifestyle, ease of access and ability to provide a competitive and sustainable base for business opportunities are appealing factors from an economic development perspective.
Crossfield is a great town to call home for residents and businesses alike. Our lower tax and utility rates, proactive development processes, location and amenities make it a great place to live and work. Join us now and become a part of the growth.
The Town of Crossfield contracts Park Enterprises as its inspection agency. Park Enterprises is an Authorized Accredited Agency in the Province of Alberta dedicated to providing the best service possible relating to the safety codes industry.
Please contact Alberta One Call before beginning any project to ensure locates of underground servicing are done.
The Safety Codes Act requires all contractors and homeowners in Alberta obtain permits prior to commencing work on buildings covered by the Alberta Building Code, the Canadian Electrical Code, the Alberta Gas Code or the Alberta Plumbing Code.
A variety of local bylaws and provincial regulations govern when you need a permit.
For permits please visit our Building, Electrical, Gas and Plumbing Permits and Fees page.
Energy efficiency regulations:
- Alberta Energy Code
- National Energy Code for Buildings
- National Energy Code 9.36 for Houses and Small Buildings
New Home Buyer Protection Plan
Thinking of buying a new home? The Alberta government has a number of programs to help make that experience a good one.
The New Home Buyer Protection Act (the "Act") applies to all new homes built after Feb. 1, 2014.
In addition to new single family homes (as defined in the Act), this legislation also applies to duplexes, multi-family homes, condominiums, substantial reconstruction and manufactured homes (including but not limited to modular and ready-to-move homes). Building permits for new construction will only be issued for homes with this new warranty coverage.
For more information, please visit:
- Alberta Government - New Home Protection Act
- The New Alberta New Home Warranty Program
- New Home Buyers Protection System's Builder Portal
Effective Nov. 1, 2016, the Government of Alberta introduced energy efficiency regulations to be included with building permit applications. This requires the building permit applicant include a declaration that the calculations have been completed in compliance with the new requirements. For more information, please visit Alberta Municipal Affairs - Energy Codes Information.