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69 Fourth Avenue, Larder Lake, Ontario, Canada P0K 1L0
info@larderlake.ca – 705-643-2158

or visit our Contact Page.

You may now do so quickly and easily online with our Service Request Form.

  1. Start by knowing the zoning of your property. If you need assistance with this we are here to help you find it.
  2. Our zoning by-law will determine what you are permitted to build in your zone and can be found on our website with all the information you will need.
  3. Once all information is collected and the initial fee of $85 is paid your application is forwarded to the building inspector. The turnaround time is usually within 2 weeks.


All application forms and building information can be found on our website or at the Temiskaming Municipal Services Association Building Department. You can also contact the Township to have an application mailed or emailed.

Building and demo permit applications are accepted by, mail, electronically at info@larderlake.ca or in person at our office. The submission will require a complete signed application which includes designer form, energy form, site plan and full plans and drawings.

Building and Demo Permits must be obtained before any construction project.

Building – Demo Permit Application (PDF)

It is your responsibility to call for inspections when required. These will be listed on your permit.

Building Permits are for the safety of the home owner and any future owners of the property and provide information to MPAC in order to keep property assessments current as well as zoning and any other legislation that may apply to your property.

Additional resources can be found here:

Larder Lake Building Department

The Temiskaming Municipal Services Association Building Department

The Township of Larder Lake may issue licenses to conduct the following lottery schemes in our community:

  • bingo events with prize boards of up to $5,500
  • non-electronic raffles with prizes of up to $50,000
  • break open ticket events that are not conducted in conjunction with another licensed gaming event, and where the tickets are sold within the municipality
  • bazaar gaming events
  • media bingo.


Application Forms:


Municipalities that issue licences also must ensure that applicants are eligible for lottery licences; be fair and equitable when issuing licences; and remain satisfied that licensees continue to meet the requirements of the Criminal Code (Canada), the Order-in-Council and the terms and conditions of their licences.

What is needed to Determine Eligibility?

When an organization first applies for any type of lottery licence, or whenever a review of its eligibility is required, it must provide all of the following information and documents that apply to it:

  • a copy of its letters patent;
  • a copy of its constitution and bylaws;
  • a copy of its budget for the current year;
  • a copy of its financial statements for the preceding year;
  • a list of its Board of Directors;
  • its latest report to the Public Guardian and Trustee;
  • its charitable number for income tax purposes;
  • a copy of its “Notification of Registration” letter from the Canada Revenue Agency with any supporting documentation, indicating the applicant’s status and terms of registration;
  • copies of its charitable returns to the Canada Revenue Agency for the previous calendar year;
  • a detailed description of its activities; and
  • a copy of its annual report.


The organization must also provide any other information that will assist the licensing official to determine the charitable nature of its objects, purposes and activities.

After the review has been completed, the licensing officer may require additional information to process the application. The organization must provide any information that is requested.

If any changes are made to the documents submitted, the organization must provide the licensing authority with the amended documents as soon as they are available.

Because organizations change, an organization that is considered eligible for lottery licensing must continue to provide the licensing authority with any amended documents as soon as they are available.

Organizations that receive lottery licences will be subject to periodic eligibility reviews.

AGCO lottery licensing policy manual

Prior to submitting the Fire Permit form, it is required that you read and understand By-Law 1435-12.

You may fill out our online application form here:
Apply for a Fire Permit

We are able to process payment over the phone, by cheque, and are available to help set residents up with Pre-Authorized Payments (PAP) for taxes as an alternative payment method.

Pre-Authorized Payments Form – TAXES

With a pre-authorized debit payment plan, payments may be automatically withdrawn from a customers’ bank account or financial institution in accordance with a predetermined schedule. To register, please email esend@larderlake.ca or call the Municipal Office at 705-643-2158 ext. 203.

Online banking for Taxes is also currently available at most financial institutions.

Cheques may be dropped off in person at the office put in the library return box located at the 4th Avenue entrance to the municipal building or mailed to Box 40 Larder Lake, ON P0K 1l0.

PLEASE NOTE: Because of the high fees associated with credit cards, the Township is charging a 3% fee for any credit card payments.

We are able to process payment over the phone, by cheque, and are available to help set residents up with Pre-Authorized Payments (PAP) for utilities as an alternative payment method.

Pre-Authorized Payments Form – UTILITIES

With a pre-authorized debit payment plan, payments may be automatically withdrawn from a customers’ bank account or financial institution in accordance with a predetermined schedule. To register, please email esend@larderlake.ca or call the Municipal Office at 705-643-2158 ext. 203.

Online banking for Utilities is also currently available at most financial institutions.

Cheques may be dropped off in person at the office put in the library return box located at the 4th Avenue entrance to the municipal building or mailed to Box 40 Larder Lake, ON P0K 1l0.

PLEASE NOTE: Because of the high fees associated with credit cards, the Township is charging a 3% fee for any credit card payments.

The Clerk is recognized as a Commissioner of Oaths. If you require the service of a Commissioner of Oaths, you must attend the Municipal Office in person and may be requested to provide 2 pieces of personal identification (photo and signature). There is no charge for each document that the Clerk is asked to commission.

For more information, please contact:

Municipal Clerk

Township of Larder Lake
P.O. BOX 40
Larder Lake, ON
P0K 1L0

Tel: 705-643-2158 ext.202
Email: info@larderlake.ca

Please contact the Municipal Office in advance of the disconnect or reconnect date when possible. The Public Works department requires someone be present at the residence at the time of service.

Contact our office at 705-643-2158 with your address, the date, and a phone number where you can be reached.

Did you know that you can purchase landfill passes in advance in order to avoid tipping fees being applied to your monthly utility billing? Tipping passes can be purchased at the Municipal Office. We encourage residents to come into the office and purchase landfill passes in advance. The Municipal office is open Monday to Friday 8:30a.m. – 4:00p.m.

69 Fourth Ave, Larder Lake, ON, P0K 1L0
Tel: 705-643-2158 • Fax: 705-643-2311
info@larderlake.ca

Township Office Hours:
Monday to Friday 8:30am – 4pm