All proposed construction, repair, demolition, or removal of buildings and structures within Ch’íyáqtel (Tzeachten) First Nation lands needs a permit. We’ll help you handle all the requirements and application processes to ensure your next build is successful.
Please submit your building permit application to the Lands Department. If approved, Ch’íyáqtel (Tzeachten) will issue an invoice. After we receive your payment, The Lands Office will send you a hard copy of your permit, which must be visible on-site during construction.
Animal Control and Dog Licensing
Dog control matters fall under the Ch’íyáqtel (Tzeachten) Animal Control Law, which includes dog licensing, control of dogs, impounding of dogs, right of entry, dogs causing injury or damage, stray dogs, violation reports, fees and forms, and offenses.
To make a dog-related complaint, call FN Community Watch # 604-701-1692
Ch’íyáqtel (Tzeachten) First Nation residents must license dogs directly through the Ch’íyáqtel (Tzeachten), not the FVRD (Fraser Valley Regional District). Dogs over six months must be licensed. You can purchase a license at the Ch’íyáqtel (Tzeachten) First Nation administration building. Please be advised it is your responsibility to license your dog.
Dog License Fees & Application Form
Licenses expire on December 31 and must be renewed annually by January 31.
How to purchase a license for the First Time
Pay in person at:
Can be paid via e-transfer to email@example.com