Mike Wilmon, Chief Building Official

For all Building matters, please contact the Perry Township Municipal Office
at 705-636-5941.

Schedule of Office Hours:

Monday to Friday 1:00 pm to 4:30 pm, all inspections are scheduled in the mornings between 8:30 am to 12:00 pm.

If you work in construction, the rules for mandatory WSIB coverage have changed. Do you run your own construction business? Are you the purchaser of construction services? Big or small, with workers or without, you still need to know what’s changed. Find out what it means for you.


Garage and Shed Construction GuideNew!

Example Drawings and Construction Plans

These sample drawings are provided for your convenience and use.

Floor Plans

Elevation Drawings

Electrical Layout

Roof Plans

Detailed Cross Section

Heating and Duct Design


Other Helpful Information

Building Permit Fee Calculation WorksheetNew!

General Occupancy RequirementsNew!

Letter of Commitment for General ReviewIf an Architect and Engineer is involved in a building project, this form is required to be filled in and submitted.



Septic Systems

The approval process for septic systems within the Township of Perry requires approval from the North Bay Mattawa Conservation Authority. The process generally consists of screening the application for completeness, a site evaluation inspection, technical review and issuance of a permit. An approved permit is required prior to start of construction.

Please find all required information for septic systems at the North Bay Mattawa Conservation Authority website, click here

Civic Addressing

Known as a 9-1-1 address, a street address, or a civic address, this designation is made up of individual parts that combine to uniquely describe a specific location.

Civic addressing is primarily in place to help emergency services locate properties.  Addresses are subsequently referenced for mail, phone service, etc.

Civic addresses are extremely important for emergency services.  The civic address number sign, the post, and the number blade, must be maintained by the Owner at all times.  Civic addresses are purchased from the Township and placed at, near or on the Provincial highway or Township road allowance.  These signs are owned by the property owner and maintenance and up keep are the responsibility of the property owner.

Removing 911 signs can affect the quality of emergency services, and the removal of any road or civic address sign is a serious offence that should be reported to the OPP as well as the Township for immediate replacement.

Request for 911 Signs Form