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City Of Kawartha Lakes Launches Permit Central For Roads Operations Permits

KAWARTHA LAKES-The City of Kawartha Lakes has launched a second online public access portal called Permit Central.

Permit Central will allow residents to apply for various road operations permits all in one convenient online location.

Please note that Permit Central is now the only place you can apply for the five roads operations permits listed below. Submitting the applications via email, will not be an option moving forward according to the City.

As of Monday June 3, 2024, the following applications will be available through Permit Central:

Permit Central process and additional information

The first step for using Permit Central is to create an account. Once you have an account, you’ll be able to log into the system and start filling out your applications.

Check out the Permit Central How to Guide for more information on how to sign up and use the portal. If you need help while applying for permits, read the Permit Central How to Guide for Roads Operations Permits. If you need assistance creating a Permit Central account, please contact Roads Operations at 705-324-9411 extension 1171.

Please note cash or cheque payments will no longer be available for the roads operations applications listed above. All payments will go through Permit Central and the platform’s secure payment vendor PayPal. If you don’t have a PayPal account you will not need to create an account if you do not want to, you will be able to check-out as a guest with a credit card or Visa debit card payment.

Permit Central, an entirely digital road permitting service, was created by Transnomis Solutions in collaboration with 10 municipalities in a year-long provincially funded project.

Permit Central is fully integrated with Transnomis’ www.Municipal511.ca platform which allows applicants to have a detailed overarching view of all of the road work happening along their route. The goal of the platform is to modernize the road permit process – from application through to payment and approval – to optimize workflows, reduce human error, and streamline the process for applicants.

The roads operations applications are the second municipal services to be moved to an online public access portal this year, following the Kawartha Lakes Fire Rescue Service’s burn and fireworks permits.


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