Bylaw Enforcement staff will enforce, upon complaint, Street, Traffic & Public Places Bylaw No. 1528, Section 6.3.5 regarding motor vehicles parking adjacent to another persons property for more than 3 hours.
“Motor Vehicle” means a vehicle, not run on rails that is designed to be self propelled.
- Upon receipt of a complaint regarding a vehicle(s) parked adjacent to another person’s property, the bylaw enforcement officer shall enter the complaint into the complaint tracking system. The complainant may be asked to provide the license number, description of the vehicle and the times the vehicle is parking adjacent to the property.
- A letter may be sent to the owner of the vehicle advising them of the bylaw regulation or a officer may mark the vehicle or identify the vehicle in such a manner that indicates, upon later re-inspection, that the vehicle has not been moved in three hours and issue an MTI. If a further complaint is received, the officer may have the vehicle towed at the owners expense.
Bylaw Enforcement Officer
Last updated: 20/09/2011 11:43:56 AM