New MyConnection Features
Recently, BCSA introduced some important new features to our online MyConnection client service portal. These include:
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- Improved search capabilities for permits.
- Active Permits
- Expired Permits
- Expiring in 30 days Permits
- All Permits
- Pending Payment Permits
- Permits By Certified Individual
BCSA continues to develop new MyConnection features based on your feedback and suggestions. If you have questions, please call 1-866-566-7233 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Speed up your permit by knowing the postal code
Having the postal code in advance for an installation permit you significantly speeds up the processing time
Postal code is a mandatory field for all permit applications and a permit cannot be processed without a valid postal code. BCSA requires postal codes in order to allocate safety officers by geographic area.
How to find a postal code
- Add Canada Post to your favourites folder on your computer, tablet, iPad or phone.
- Use Google search.
- Ask the owner of the property.
What to do if you can’t find the postal code
If you are not able to find the postal code of a new lot, you can:
- Find the postal code of a nearby address and add a description to the notes area or the permit application regarding the specific location of your permit.
- In a rural area where you are using longitude and latitude to describe a site address, you can use the postal code of the nearest post office or closest major landmark then add a detailed description to the notes area of the permit application regarding the site of your permit.