Commonly viewed bylaws
Zoning bylaw

Divides the District into zones and establishes how land can be used and what types of buildings and structures are allowed.

Noise regulation bylaw

Regulates or prohibits the making of certain noises in the District and includes information on objectionable noises or sounds.

Fees and charges bylaw

Establishes fees for providing information, including development and permitting fees, licencing, and other fees.

Development Cost Charges Bylaw

Bylaw
7135

Allows the District to impose of Development Cost Charges and explains how they are calculated and when they must be paid.

Development Procedures Bylaw

Bylaw
8144

Establishes procedures for development in the District and includes information on development applications, the application process, permits, refunding of fees, and development conducted without a permit.

Development Servicing Bylaw

Bylaw
8145

Establishes servicing standards for District land and includes servicing and works requirements, applicability, interpretation, inspections, offences and penalties, security and servicing agreement, design, installation and completion of works and services.

Dog Tax and Regulation Bylaw

Bylaw
5981

Regulates the licencing of dogs within the District and includes information on licencing, commercial dog walker permit, aggressive dogs, animal cruelty; diseased dogs; seizure and impounding, surrender/sales fees, enforcement and penalties.

Drinking Water Conservation Bylaw

Bylaw
8320

A bylaw to regulate the consumption of water in accordance with the Metro Vancouver Drinking Water Conservation Plan

Emergency Plan Bylaw

Bylaw
7304

Establishes a plan for preparedness, response and recovery in the case of emergencies and includes information on duties and responsibilities, liability, compensation for loss, and our emergency plan.

Environmental Protection and Preservation Bylaw

Bylaw
6515

Regulates the protection, preservation and conservation our natural environment and ecological systems including watercourses, trees, soils, lands, etc.

Fees and Charges Bylaw

Bylaw
6481

Establishes fees the District can charge for providing information including corporate and financial fees, development and permitting fees, parks and recreation fees, protective services fees, licencing and film fees, and transportation fees.

Fire and Security Alarm System Bylaw

Bylaw
6538

Regulates fire and security alarm systems and includes information on fees.

Fire Bylaw

Bylaw
7481

Defines how the District protects life and property through fire prevention and suppression and includes information on the fire department, fire permits, fire protection equipment, reference requirements, fire hazard regulations, and fire inspection.

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