Commercial and Housing Inspections
Effective Monday, October 19, 2020 all in-home inspection appointments will be conducted virtually until further notice. Inspections of unoccupied homes will continue, as will on-site inspections for urgent situations.
Commercial inspections of unoccupied dwellings, new construction, and alterations in existing buildings, are subject to COVID-19 pre-screening at time of inspection requests and at time of inspection.
The Zoning & Permits Branch, located at 31-30 Fort Street, is not accepting walk-in customers. Permit applications are being processed; however, applications must be submitted digitally.
Inspections teams work to protect the lives, safety and quality of life of all citizens throughout Winnipeg through a variety of inspection processes. Inspections are accomplished through the implementation, regulation and enforcement of Building, Plumbing and Electrical Codes/Standards, City of Winnipeg Building By-laws, City of Winnipeg Zoning By-laws, and City of Winnipeg Development Agreements. The various types of inspections available are listed below.
|Housing Inspections||Commercial Inspections|
|Learn more about the residential upgrading program, booking an inspection, and existing building inspections.||Learn more about commercial building, electrical, plumbing/mechanical systems, and sign inspections.|