Most Requested By-laws
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For all purposes of interpreting and applying the law, users should consult the original by-laws.
Most Requested By-laws
- By-law No. 2017-63
A by-law to define budget control for the Regional Municipality of Niagara
- By-law No. 2017-105
A by-law to adopt the 2018 capital budget for the Regional Municipality of Niagara
By-law No. 2017-110
A by-law to adopt the 2018 operating budget and tax levy for the Regional Municipality of Niagara
- By-law No. 2017-99 as amended by By-law No. 2018-44
A by-law to provide for the reimbursement of expenses of the members of Council for the Regional Municipality of Niagara
- By-law No. 09-2016 as amended by By-law No. 2017-112
A by-law to govern the execution of documents and to delegate certain administrative powers and duties to staff and to repeal of By-law 126-2011
- By-law No. 2017-61
A by-law to appoint an Integrity Commissioner for The Regional Municipality of Niagara and to repeal By-law No. 2017-43
Regional Development Charges
Establish Standing Committees
Fees And Charges
- By-law No. 2017-111
A by-law to establish fees and charges for services and activities provided by the Regional Municipality of Niagara and for the use of its property and to repeal By-law 103-2015 and By-law 32-2016 (effective as of January 1, 2018)
- By-law No. 120-2010
A by-law to govern the calling, place and proceedings of the meetings of Council and its committees as amended by By-law No. 49-2011; By-law No. 124-2011, By-law No. 11-2012, By-law No. 38-2012, By-law No. 06-2013 (now repealed), By-law No. 109-2013, By-law No. 130-2013, By-law No. 133-2013, By-law No. 01-2014, By-law No. 46-2014, By-law No. 58-2014, By-law No. 94-2014, By-law No. 55-2015, By-law No. 65-2015, By-law No. 2018-31, By-law 2018-80, and By-law No. 2019-03.
- By-law No. 02-2016
A by-law to define the procurement policies and procedures for the Regional Municipality of Niagara, and to repeal By-law 95-2014
- By-law No. 63-2013
A by-law to provide for the classification, retention and destruction of records of the Regional Corporation
- By-law No. 27-2014
A by-law To Regulate Discharges To The Sanitary And Storm Sewer Systems Of The Regional Municipality Of Niagara And To Repeal By-Law No. 47-2008
Signs, Notices and Advertisting
- By-law No. 122-2013
A by-law To Prohibit A Person To Place Or Permit To Place A Sign Other Than An Official Sign Or A Sign Permitted By This By-Law On A Regional Road
- By-law No. 22-2002
A by-law regulating the smoking of tobacco in public places and workplaces
- By-law No. 112-2013
A Regional by-law to protect children and vulnerable persons from exposure to outdoor second-hand smoke
For more information on local regulations and enforcement, visit our Public Health site, or call the Tobacco Hotline at 905-688-8248 or 1-888-505-6074 ext. 7393.
For more information for provincial regulations, such as the Smoke-Free Ontario Act, visit the Ministry of Ontario site.
- By-law No. 2018-59
A by-law to provide to the area municipalities the claw back percentages to be used for each capped class
- By-law No. 2018-38
A by-law to set and levy the rates of taxation for regional general and special purposes for the year 2017
Tax Ratios and Tax Rate Reductions
- By-law No. 2018-37
A by-law to set tax ratios and tax rate reductions for prescribed property subclassess for regional purposes and area municipal purposes for the year 2017
Tree And Forest Conservation
- By-law No. 30-2008
A by-law to prohibit or regulate the harvesting, destruction or injuring of trees in woodlands in the Regional Municipality of Niagara and to repeal by-law 8541-96, as amended
- By-law No. 2017-56 as amended by By-law No. 2017-113
A by-law to regulate the use of the Solid Waste Management system for the Regional Municipality of Niagara.
For more information and by-law enforcement, visit Waste Management, or call 905-356-4141 or 1-800-594-5542.