|Animal Control Bylaw
||Regulates the keeping of certain animals within the municipality.
|Annual Property Tax Rates Bylaw
||Establishes the 2014 annual property tax rates.
||Regulates vehicle idling in the City of Port Moody.
|Board of Variance Bylaw
||Provides for the establishment of a Board of Variance.
|Building and Plumbing Code Administration Bylaw
||Regulates the construction, alteration, repair, or demolition of buildings and structures.
|Business Licensing Bylaw
||Provides for the licensing and regulating of businesses within the city. Business is, in part, defined as “a commercial or industrial undertaking of any kind… for the purpose of gain or profit.”
|Fire Hall #1 Construction Project Loan Authorization Bylaw BL2878
||Authorizes the borrowing of funds for the replacement of Fire Hall #1, 200 Ioco Road, Port Moody.
|Controlled Substance Property Bylaw
||Prohibits the use of property for the trade, manufacture, ingestion, use, sharing, or barter of controlled substances.
|Council Procedure Bylaw
||Establishes procedures to be followed for the conduct of Council business.Council Procedure Bylaw BL2988 Establishes procedures to be followed for the conduct of Council business.
|Development Approval Procedure Bylaw
||To define procedures for applications for amendments to an official community plan or a zoning bylaw.
|Emergency Program Bylaw
||A bylaw to develop and implement plans for emergencies and disasters in the City.
|False Alarm Bylaw
|| Established to reduce false alarms of security alarm systems, which may pose a threat to the safety of the police and the public by creating unnecessary hazards and delaying police response to true emergencies.
| 2015 Fees Bylaw
|| A bylaw to establish the 2015 fees charged by the City of Port Moody
|2014 Five Year Financial Plan Bylaw
||Establishes the 2013-2017 Five Year Financial Plan.
|Fire Prevention and Emergency Response Bylaw
||Provides for the prevention and suppresson of fires, for regulating the conduct of persons at fires and to authorize the issuance of permits in order to proctect life and property.
| Fireworks Bylaw
||Provides regulations for the preservation of life, prevention of injuries, protection of property, and control of firecrackers and fireworks.
|General Local Government Election Bylaw
||Provides for the determination of various procedures for the conduct of local government elections, by-elections and other voting.
||Prevents unsightliness of property by prohibiting the placement of graffiti and requiring that property be kept free of graffiti.
|Heritage Maintenance Standards Bylaw
||A bylaw under Section 970 of the Local Government Act to establish minimum standards of maintenance for real property designated as protected by a heritage designation bylaw or located within a heritage conservation area.
|Heritage Procedures Bylaw
||Authorizes the withholding of approvals in respect of heritage property, to delegate Council’s powers under Part 27 of the Local Government Act and to establish application procedures in respect of bylaw amendments and permits under Part 27 of the Local Government Act.
|Heritage Reserve Fund Bylaw
||To allow the funding of heritage preservation projects, including the purchase of heritage buildings from the Heritage Reserve Fund.
|Heritage Revitalization Tax Exemption Bylaw
||Supports financial incentives for the continued improvement of the physical appearance as well as the strengthening of the economic viability of the Heritage Conservation Area and Heritage Character Area in Moody Centre;
Intermunicipal Business Licence Bylaw
|| A bylaw to permit certain kinds of Businesses to operate across the municipal jurisdictions of the City of Port Moody, the Corporation of the City of Coquitlam, and the Corporation of the City of Port Coquitlam minimizing the need to obtain a separate Municipal Business Licence in each jurisdiction.
|Littering and Dumping Prohibition Bylaw
||Prevents littering and dumping in public places and posting or affixing any bill, notice, or advertisement on public property.
|Mandatory Skateboard Helmet Bylaw
||Governing the wearing of helmets in the skateboard park.
|Municipal Ticket Information Utilization Bylaw
||Designates fines for offences against various City bylaws.
|Newspaper Box Bylaw
||Provides for the regulation of newspaper boxes throughout the city.
|Official Community Plan
|| The Official Community Plan (OCP) is a municipality’s statement
of its long-term vision for the future.
|Parks and Community Facilities Rules and Regulations
||Defines the duties and terms of reference for the proper operation of all park and recreation facilities.
|Pesticide Use Control Bylaw
||Regulates the cosmetic use of pesticides as a means of improving or maintaining the appearance of lawns, gardens, hard landscapes and vegetated lands.
|Public Safety Radio Building Amplification System Bylaw
||Respecting internal radio communications and support systems in certain buildings.
|Rocky Point Park Boat Launch and Parking Regulation Bylaw
||Regulates parking and boat launching at the Rocky Point Boat launching site and surrounding area.
|Secondhand Dealers Bylaw
||Regulates second hand dealers within the City of Port Moody.
|Sidewalk and Boulevard Maintenance Bylaw
||Regulates the construction and maintenance of boulevards; may require the owner or occupier of real property to remove snow, ice or rubbish from sidewalks and foot paths bordering property.
||Regulates and prohibits signs within the municipality.
|Smoking Regulation Bylaw
||Prohibits and/or regulates smoking in the municipality, including the regulation of places where people may smoke.
| Solid Waste Bylaw
|| A bylaw to provide for a system for the collection and disposal of solid waste.
|Sound Level Bylaw
||Regulates the sound levels in the City. Replaces the City of Port Moody Noise Control Bylaw (Bylaw No. 1044).
|Stream and Drainage System Protection Bylaw
||Prohibits the fouling, obstructing or impeding the flow of a stream, creek, waterway, watercourse, waterworks, ditch, drain or sewer, whether or not it is on private property.
|Street, Traffic and Public Places Bylaw
||Regulates traffic and the use of highways and public places in the municipality.
|Subdivision and Development Servicing Bylaw
||Regulates the provision of works and services in connection with the subdivision and development of lands, taking into consideration the different zones regulated by the City of Port Moody Zoning Bylaw, in such a way as to benefit the community as a whole.
|Tree Retention Bylaw
||Regulates and prohibits the cutting down, damaging and removal of trees.
|Unsightly Premises Bylaw
||Regulates untidy and unsightly premises.
|Waste Management Bylaw
|| A bylaw to regulate and minimize the amount of waste generated by new construction or demolition of structures, sent to landfills for disposal.
|Water Shortage Response Plan Bylaw
||Provides an effective method of water conservation within the City and cooperates with the Greater Vancouver Water District to regulate the use of water supplied for outdoor uses.
|Zoning Bylaw (Consolidated)
||Specifies building and zoning regulations within the municipality.