How to be a good neighbour to avoid bylaw fines this spring in Brampton

Published April 12, 2023 at 9:41 am

Spring has sprung, and that means some spring cleaning to make sure you don’t get any fines from Brampton Bylaw Enforcement.

From keeping your property free of garbage and debris, making sure sidewalks are clear and keeping excessive noise down, the City of Brampton is reminding residents to be good neighbours by following the City’s property standards and bylaws.

“We all have a role to play in ensuring a healthy and seamless spring season. Our City of Brampton by-law team works year-round to keep our community safe and clean,” Mayor Patrick Brown said in a statement.

Residents are being asked to be a good neighbour by:

  • Keeping the sidewalk clear, vehicles blocking sidewalks or streets are not permitted
  • Doing regular yard maintenance to stop excessive grass and weed growth
  • Keeping your property clear of garbage and debris
  • Keeping excessive noise down
  • Maintaining yard spaces to meet property standards
  • Not parking on city streets between the hours of 2:00 and 6:00 a.m. or for more than three hours at a time (unless a parking consideration has been obtained)

The City of Brampton’s Bylaw Enforcement division ensures that residents adhere to the City’s bylaws related to public property offences, such as snow removal, excessively loud music and parking infractions.

The Property Standards section is responsible for the enforcement of private property offences, in order to ensure residents maintain their properties.

To learn more visit www.brampton.ca/bylaws​.

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