By-Laws, Policies And Ordinances Relating To The Environment And Sanitation

Documents

pdf BY-LAW BEAC-005 – BY-LAW CONCERNING THE SANITATION AND MAINTENANCE OF DWELLING UNITS

This By-law regulates the following aspects: sanitation and maintenance of dwelling units. Information can be found about evacuation, uncleanliness, deterioration, storage of noxious products, obstacles, obstruction, accumulation of debris, presence of vermin or insects, maintenance, weatherproofing, amongst others.

pdf BY-LAW BEAC-052 – BY-LAW AMENDING THE MASTER PLAN IN ORDER TO INTEGRATE PLANNING GUIDELINES TO THE ANGELL WOODS AREA’S DETAILED PLANNING SECTION

This By-law regulates the following aspect: the strategic planning orientations for Angell Woods. Information can be found on the planning principles and strategic vision for the Angell area, including control of urban development and architectural control, as well as the detailed soil usages.

pdf BY-LAW BEAC-102 – (CONSOLIDATED VERSION) BY-LAW REGULATING THE MANAGEMENT OF WASTE MATERIALS

This By-law regulates the following aspects: management of waste materials. Information can be found on waste materials, waste containers, recyclable materials, organic waste materials, hazardous waste, dead animals, dangerous materials, dry materials, electronic waste, collection days, collection time, placement of waste, pests, vermin, commercial establishments, non-collectable materials, amongst others.

pdf BY-LAW BEAC-114 - (CONSOLIDATED VERSION) BY-LAW CONCERNING THE USE OF PESTICIDES

This By-law regulates the following aspect:  the definition and use of pesticides and its application guidelines. Information is available on the types of pesticides, permit applications and labelling, conditions provided for bowling greens, agricultural and horticultural fields as well as the posting of a sign and the conditions for application (times for application and weather conditions).

pdf TREE POLICY

This policy concerns trees on the public domain. Information can be found on maintaining and improving the City’s rural character, species of trees and locations, planting and maintenance, pruning and training of trees, cyclical pruning, felling of trees, inspection of tree condition, preservation of outstanding trees, preservation of public trees and planning zones of natural vegetation.