Establishes a pound, licenses dogs, and regulates dogs and other animals in the City of Vancouver.
Summary of the City of Vancouver Fire Bylaw 11312. This bylaw contains the regulations actively enforced by Vancouver Fire and Rescue Services.
The graffiti bylaw requires property owners to have graffiti removed within 10 days of being served a notice from the City. Graffiti is considered vandalism under the law when it is painted on private or public property without permission, with a minimum fine of $500.
Provides for the care, promotion, and protection of the health of City of Vancouver inhabitants.
Describes the requirements for protecting, altering, maintaining, inspecting and conducting impact assessments for heritage properties, sites, landscapes, and more. The sites that were legally protected between 1974 and 2003 are included as schedules to the Heritage Bylaw. A separate list of heritage designation bylaws enacted since 2003 is also included for information purposes.
Provides for the issuing of licences and regulation of business, trade, professions, and other occupations with the City of Vancouver
Regulates noise or sound within the City of Vancouver.
Development of policies, plans, and urban design, which guide growth and change within the City of Vancouver.
Regulates smoking in Vancouver parks for the care, promotion, and protection of the health of people in parks.
Describes the regulation of Park Board offences that are subject to tickets, including the fines for those offences.
Regulates the number and design of parking, loading, bicycle parking, and passenger spaces that are to be provided in association with development on a site.
Controls, regulates, protects, and governs public parks and places within the Vancouver Park Board jurisdiction.
Preserves, protects, and strengthens our urban forest, while permitting property owners to remove trees for property maintenance and development.
Regulates the number, type, form, appearance, and location of signs according to zoning districts and uses within a district.
Prescribes standards for the maintenance and occupancy of buildings within the City of Vancouver to ensure that the buildings are free from hazard and are maintained continuously in conformity with accepted health, fire, and building requirements.
Regulates traffic, the use of streets, and the size and weight of vehicles that are permitted to travel on City of Vancouver streets.
Regulates the Vancouver Park Board's care, condition, and management of trees on boulevards and medians of City-owned streets.
Regulates dividing or combining properties, minimum property sizes, and more.
Regulates the design and construction of buildings, as well as the administrative provisions related to permitting, inspections, and the enforcement of these requirements.
Regulates the development of property in Vancouver by encouraging land use and building according to community goals and visions for the future of Vancouver and its neighbourhoods.