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Administrative Monetary Penalty System (AMPS) By-law - A-54

By-Law Number
A-54

A by-law to implement an Administrative Monetary Penalty System in London.

WHEREAS Section 102.1 of the Municipal Act, 2001, S.O. 2001, c.25, as amended, (the “Municipal Act”) and Ontario Regulation 333/07 (the “Regulation”) authorize The Corporation of the City of London (the “City”) to require a person to pay an administrative penalty for a contravention of any by-law respecting the parking, standing or stopping of vehicles;

AND WHEREAS Section 434.1 of the Municipal Act authorizes the City to require a person, subject to such conditions as the municipality considers appropriate, to pay an administrative penalty if the municipality is satisfied that the person has failed to comply with a by-law of the municipality;

AND WHEREAS paragraph 151(1)(g) of the Municipal Act authorizes the City to require a person, subject to such conditions as the municipality considers appropriate, to pay an administrative penalty if the municipality is satisfied that the person has failed to comply with any part of a system of licences established by the municipality;

AND WHEREAS Sections 23.2, 23.3 and 23.5 of the Municipal Act authorize the City to delegate its administrative and hearing powers;

AND WHEREAS the Municipal Council for the City is of the opinion that the delegations of legislative power under this By-law to the Chief Municipal Law Enforcement Officer, the Clerk, to Hearings Officers and to Screenings Officers are of a minor nature having regard to the number of people, the size of the geographic area, and the time period affected by the exercise of such delegated power;

AND WHEREAS Section 391 of the Municipal Act authorizes the City to pass by-laws imposing fees or charges for services or activities provided or done by or on behalf of it;

AND WHEREAS the Council for the City considers it desirable and necessary to provide for a system of administrative penalties and administrative fees for the designated City by-laws, or portions of the designated City by-laws;

NOW THEREFORE the Council of The Corporation of the City of London enacts as follows:

1. DEFINITIONS

1.1 In this By-law:

“Administrative Fee” means any fee specified in this By-law or set out in Schedule “B”;

“Administrative Penalty” means an administrative penalty established by this By-law or set out in the attached Schedules “A-2”, “A-3”, “A-4”, “A’5”, “A-6” for a contravention of a Designated by-law listed in Schedule “A-1”;

“AMPS” means Administrative Monetary Penalty System;

“Authorized Representative” means someone appearing on behalf of a Person in accordance with a written authorization provided upon request to the Chief Municipal Law Enforcement Officer, and who is not required to be licensed by any professional body;

“Chief Municipal Law Enforcement Officer” means the City’s Chief Municipal Law Enforcement Officer or any person delegated by them;

“City” means The Corporation of the City of London;

“Clerk” means the City Clerk, or any person delegated by them;

“Council” means the Council of the City;

“Day” means any calendar day;

“Designated By-law” means a by-law, or a part or provision of a by-law, that is designated under this or any other by-law, and is listed in the attached Schedule “A” to which the AMPS applies;

“Hearing Non-appearance Fee” means an Administrative Fee established by Council from time to time in respect of a Person’s failure to appear at the time and place scheduled for a review before a Hearing Officer and listed in Schedule “B”;

“Hearing Decision” means a notice that contains a decision made by a Hearing Officer;

“Hearing Officer” means a person who performs the functions of a Hearing Officer in accordance with Section 5 of this By-law, and pursuant to the City’s Hearing Officer By-law, A.-6653-121, as amended from time to time;

“Holiday” means a Saturday, Sunday, any statutory holiday in the Province of Ontario or any Day the offices of the City are officially closed for business;

“Late Payment Fee” means an Administrative Fee established by Council from time to time in respect of a Person’s failure to pay an Administrative Penalty within the time prescribed in this By-law and listed in Schedule “B”;

“MTO Fee” means an Administrative Fee established by Council from time to time for any search of the records of, or any inquiry to, the Ontario Ministry of Transportation, or related authority, and listed in Schedule “B”;

“NSF Fee” means an Administrative Fee established by Council from time to time in respect of payment by negotiable instrument or credit card received by the City from a Person for payment of any Administrative Penalty or Administrative Fee, for which there are insufficient funds available in the account on which the instrument was drawn, as listed in Schedule “B”;

“Officer” means:

(i) a Provincial Offences Officer of the City or other person appointed by or under the authority of a City by-law to enforce City by-laws;

“Penalty Notice” means a notice given to a Person pursuant to section 3.0 of this By- law;

“Penalty Notice Date” means the date of the contravention specified on the Penalty Notice, in accordance with section 3.2 of this By-law;

“Penalty Notice Number” means the reference number specified on the Penalty Notice that is unique to that Penalty Notice, in accordance with section 3.2 of this By-law;

“Person” includes an individual or a business name, sole proprietorship, corporation, partnership, or limited partnership, or an authorized representative thereof, and, in relation to vehicle, parking or traffic-related contraventions, whose name appears on the vehicle permit as provided by the Ontario Ministry of Transportation. If the vehicle permit consists of a vehicle portion and licence plate portion, and different Persons are named on each portion, the Person whose name appears on the licence plate portion, as provided by the Ontario Ministry of Transportation, is the Person for the purposes of this By-law;

“Plate Denial Fee” means an Administrative Fee established by Council from time to time in respect of a Person’s failure to pay within the time prescribed prior to a request for plate denial and listed in Schedule “B”;

“Regulation” means Ontario Regulation 333/07 under the Municipal Act;

“Request for Review by Hearing Officer” means the request which may be made in accordance with section 5 of this By-law for the review of a Screening Decision;

“Request for Review by Screening Officer” means the request made in accordance with section 4 of this By-law for the review of a Penalty Notice;

“Review by Hearing Officer” and “Hearing” mean the process set out in section 5 of this By-law;

“Review by Screening Officer” and “Screening Review” mean the process set out in section 4 of this By-law;

“Screening Decision” means a notice which contains the decision of a Screening Officer, delivered in accordance with Section 4.11 of this By-law;

“Screening Non-appearance Fee” means an Administrative Fee established by Council from time to time in respect of a Person’s failure to appear at the time and place scheduled for a review before a Screening Officer and listed in Schedule “B”; and,

“Screening Officer” means a person who performs the functions of a Screening Officer in accordance with section 4 of this By-law, appointed by the City as per Schedule “C”.

2. APPLICATION OF THIS BY-LAW

2.1 The City by-laws, or portions of City by-laws, listed in the attached Schedule “A-1” of this By-law shall be Designated By-laws for the purposes of sections 102.1 and 151 of the Municipal Act and paragraph 3(1)(b) of the Regulation. The attached Schedules “A-2”; “A-3”; “A-4”; “A-5”; “A-6” set out the Administrative Penalties, and may include short form language to be used on Penalty Notices, for the contraventions of Designated Bylaws.

2.2 Schedule “B” of this By-law shall set out Administrative Fees imposed for the purposes of this By-law.

2.3 The Provincial Offences Act, R.S.O. 1990, c. P.33, as amended, will continue to apply to contraventions of a Designated By-law, except that no person that is required to pay an administrative penalty under this By-law in respect of a contravention of a Designated By-law shall be charged with an offence in respect of the same contravention under the Provincial Offences Act.

3. PENALTY NOTICE

3.1 Every Person who contravenes a provision of a Designated By-law shall, upon issuance of a Penalty Notice, be liable to pay the City an Administrative Penalty in the amount specified in the attached” Schedules “A-2”; “A-3”; “A-4”; “A-5”; “A-6” to this By-law.

a) An Officer has the discretion to apply an escalated penalty as prescribed in Schedules A-2”; “A-3”; “A-4”; “A-5”; “A-6” if the same violation is repeated by the same person.  If the violation is related to a property, the Officer must ensure the property ownership has not changed before applying the escalated penalty.  Escalating penalties for the same violation apply to a property in perpetuity as long as the owner of the property has not changed.

3.2 An Officer who has reason to believe that a Person has contravened any Designated By-law may issue a Penalty Notice as soon as reasonably practicable.

3.3 A Penalty Notice shall include the following information, as applicable:

a) The Penalty Notice Date;

b) A Penalty Notice Number;

c) The date on which the Administrative Penalty is due and payable, fifteen (15) days from service of the Penalty Notice;

d) The identification number and signature of the Officer;

e) The contravention wording as listed in the attached Schedules, or other particulars reasonably sufficient to indicate the contravention;

f) The amount of the Administrative Penalty;

g) Such additional information as the Chief Municipal Law Enforcement Officer determines is appropriate, respecting the process by which a Person may exercise the right to request a Screening Review of the Administrative Penalty; and

h) A statement advising that an unpaid Administrative Penalty, including any applicable Administrative Fee(s), will constitute a debt of the Person to the City unless cancelled pursuant to Screening Review or Hearing process.

3.4 In addition to the service methods provided in section 7 “Service of Documents” of this By-law, an Officer may serve the Penalty Notice on a Person by:

a) affixing it to the vehicle in a conspicuous place at the time of a parking or traffic-related contravention; or

b) delivering it personally to the Person,

i) when relating to a parking or traffic-related contravention, the Person having care and control of the vehicle at the time of the contravention, within seven (7) days of the contravention; or

ii) for all other contraventions, within thirty (30) days of the contravention.

3.5 No Officer may accept payment of an Administrative Penalty or Administrative Fee.

3.6 A Person who is served with a Penalty Notice and who does not pay the amount of the Administrative Penalty on or before the date on which the Administrative Notice is due and payable, shall also pay the City any applicable Administrative Fee(s).

4. VOLUNTARY PAYMENT OF PENALTY NOTICE

4.1 Where a Penalty Notice has been paid, the Penalty Notice shall not be subject to any further review.

4.2 A Penalty Notice shall be deemed to have been paid when the amount and all fees prescribed in Schedule “B” have been paid.

5. REVIEW BY SCREENING OFFICER

5.1 A Person who is served with a Penalty Notice may request that the Administrative Penalty be reviewed by a Screening Officer and shall do so on or before the date on which the Administrative Penalty is due and payable, and in accordance with the process set out in Section 5.4.

5.2 If a Person has not requested a Screening Review on or before the date on which the Administrative Penalty is due and payable, the Person may request that the Chief Municipal Law Enforcement Officer extend the time to request a Screening Review to a date that is no later than forty-five (45) days after the Penalty Notice Date, in accordance with the process set out in Section 5.4.

5.3 A Person’s right to request an extension of time for a Screening Review expires, if it has not been exercised, on or before forty-five (45) days after the Penalty Notice Date, at which time:

a) The Person shall be deemed to have waived the right to request a Screening Review or request an extension of time for a Screening Review;

b) The Administrative Penalty shall be deemed to be confirmed; and

c) The Administrative Penalty shall not be subject to any further review, including a review by any Court.

5.4 A Person’s Request for Review by Screening Officer or request for an extension of time to request a Screening Review are exercised by a submission in writing, in the prescribed form and in accordance with the directions on the prescribed form.

5.5 A Request for Review by Screening Officer or request for an extension of time to request a Screening Review shall be served in accordance with the provisions of Section 7 of this By-law.

5.6 A Request for Review by Screening Officer or a request for an extension of time to request a Screening Review shall only be scheduled by the Chief Municipal Law Enforcement Officer if the Person makes the request on or before the dates established by Sections 5(1) or 5(2) of this By-law.

5.7 The Chief Municipal Law Enforcement Officer may grant a request to extend the time to request a Screening Review where the Person demonstrates, to the satisfaction of the Chief Municipal Law Enforcement Officer in his/her sole discretion, that the existence of extenuating circumstances prevented the filing of the request within the prescribed timeline.

5.8 Where an extension of time to request a Screening Review is not granted by the Chief Municipal Law Enforcement Officer, the Administrative Penalty and any applicable Administrative Fee(s) are deemed to be confirmed. Notice of this decision will be provided by the Chief Municipal Law Enforcement Officer to the Person in accordance with Section 7.

5.9 Where an extension of time to request a Screening Review is granted by the Chief Municipal Law Enforcement Officer, or when a Screening Review has been requested in accordance with this Section, Notice of an Appointment for Screening Review will be provided in accordance with Section 7.

5.10 On a Screening Review of an Administrative Penalty, the City will direct that the Screening Review proceed by way of written screening unless, in the City’s discretion, an in-person or telephone appointment is required.

5.11 Where a Person fails to attend at the time and place scheduled for a Screening Review of an Administrative Penalty, or fails to provide requested documentation in accordance with a request by a Screening Officer:

a) The Person shall be deemed to have abandoned the request for a Screening Review of the Administrative Penalty;

b) The Administrative Penalty as set out in the Penalty Notice shall be deemed to be confirmed;

c) The Administrative Penalty shall not be subject to any further review, including a review by any Court; and

d) The Person shall pay to the City a Screening Non-appearance Fee, MTO fee, if applicable, and any other applicable Administrative Fee(s).

5.12 On a review of an Administrative Penalty, the Screening Officer may:

a) affirm the Administrative Penalty if the Person has not established on a balance of probabilities that Designated Bylaw(s) was not contravened as described in the Penalty Notice; or

b) cancel, reduce the penalty and/or extend the time for payment of the Administrative Penalty, including any Administrative Fee(s), where, in the sole discretion of the Screening Officer that doing so would maintain the general intent and purpose of the Designated By-law, and/or any of the following circumstances exist:

i. defective form or substance on the Penalty Notice;

ii. service of the Penalty Notice did not occur in accordance with Section 7;

iii. undue financial hardship;

5.13 After a Review by Screening Officer, the Screening Officer shall issue a Screening Decision to the Person, delivered in accordance with Section 7 of this By-law.

5.14 A Screening Officer has no authority to consider questions relating to the validity of a statute, regulation or by-law or the constitutional applicability or operability of any statute, regulation or by-law.

6. REVIEW BY HEARING OFFICER

6.1 A Person may Request a Review by Hearing Officer within thirty (30) days of issuance of a Screening Decision in accordance with the Hearings Officer By-law A-6653-121, as amended from time to time (the “Hearings Officer By-law”).

6.2 If a Person has not requested a Review by Hearing Officer on or before the date on which the Administrative Penalty is due and payable, the Person may request that the Chief Municipal Law Enforcement Officer extend the time to request a Review by Hearing Officer to a date that is no later than forty-five (45) days after the Screening Decision date, in accordance with the process set out in Section 6(4).

6.3 A Person’s right to request an extension of time for a Hearing Review expires, if it has not been exercised, on or before forty-five (45) days after the Screening Decision date, at which time:

a) the Person shall be deemed to have waived the right to request a Review by Hearing Officer or request an extension of time for a Review by Hearing Officer;

b) the Screening Decision is confirmed; and

c) the Administrative Penalty shall not be subject to any further review, including a review by any Court.

6.4 A Person’s Request for Review by Hearing Officer or request for an extension of time to request a Review by Hearing Officer are exercised by a submission in writing, in the prescribed form and in accordance with the directions on the prescribed form.

6.5 A Request for Review by Screening Officer or request for an extension of time to request a Screening Review shall be served in accordance with the provisions of Section 7 of this By-law.

6.6 A Request for Review by Hearing Officer or a request for an extension of time to request a Review by Hearing Officer shall only be scheduled by the Chief Municipal Law Enforcement Officer if the Person makes the request on or before the dates established by Sections 6(1) or 6(2) of this By-law.

6.7 The Chief Municipal Law Enforcement Officer may grant a request to extend the time to request a Review by Hearing Officer only where the Person demonstrates, to the satisfaction of the Chief Municipal Law Enforcement Officer in his/her sole discretion that they were not served in accordance with Section 7.

6.8 Where an extension of time to request a Review by Hearing Officer is granted by the Chief Municipal Law Enforcement Officer, or when a Review by Hearing Officer has been requested in accordance with this Section, Notice of a Hearing will be provided in accordance with Section 7.

6.9 Where a Person fails to appear at the time and place scheduled for a Hearing:

a) the Person shall be deemed to have abandoned the Request for review of a Hearing;

b) the Screening Decision and the Administrative Penalty and any Administrative Fee(s) shall be deemed to be confirmed;

c) the Screening Decision and the Administrative Penalty and any Administrative Fee(s) shall not be subject to any further review, including a review by any Court; and

d) the Person shall pay to the City a Hearing Non-appearance Fee, Late Payment Fee, MTO Fee if applicable and any other applicable Administrative Fee(s).

6.10 A Hearing Officer shall conduct a de novo Hearing in accordance with the Statutory Powers and Procedures Act, R.S.O. 1990, c. S.22, as amended and the Hearings Officer By-law, as amended from time to time.

6.11 The Parties to a Hearing shall be the Person seeking review and the City, who may attend through the Chief Municipal Law Enforcement Officer, a Screening Officer, an Officer, the City Solicitor, or a delegate of any of the above persons.

6.12 Any information contained in the Penalty Notice is admissible in evidence as proof of the facts certified in it, in the absence of evidence to the contrary. If a Person wishes to challenge the facts contained in the Penalty Notice, they will be required to mark the prescribed form accordingly.

6.13 Upon the conclusion of a Hearing, the Hearing Officer may:

a) confirm the Screening Decision; or

b) cancel, reduce the penalty and/or extend the time for payment of the Administrative Penalty, including any Administrative Fee(s), on the following grounds:

i. where the Person establishes on a balance of probabilities that the Designated By-law(s) as described in the Penalty Notice was not contravened; or

ii. where the Person establishes on a balance of probabilities that the cancellation, reduction or extension of time for payment of the Administrative Penalty, including any Administrative Fee(s), is necessary to relieve any undue financial hardship.

6.14 A Hearing Officer has no authority to consider questions relating to the validity of a statute, regulation or by-law or the constitutional applicability or operability of any statute, regulation or by-law.

6.15 After a Hearing is complete, the Hearing Officer shall issue a Hearing Decision to the Person, and deliver in accordance with the Hearings Officer By-law.

6.16 The decision of a Hearing Officer is final.

7. SERVICE OF DOCUMENTS

7.1 The service of any document, notice or decision, including a Penalty Notice, pursuant to this By-law, when served in any of the following ways, is deemed effective:

a) immediately, when a copy is delivered by personal service to the Person to whom it is addressed or, in the case of a Penalty Notice relating to a parking or traffic-related contravention, by affixing it to the vehicle in a conspicuous place at the time of the contravention;

b) on the seventh (7th) Day following the date a copy is sent by registered mail or by regular mail to the Person’s last known address;

c) immediately upon the conclusion of a copy by facsimile transmission to the Person’s last known facsimile transmission number; or

d) immediately upon sending a copy by electronic mail (i.e. email) to the Person’s last known electronic mail address.

7.2 For the purposes of subsections 7(1) (b), (c) and (d) of this By-law, a Person’s last known address, facsimile number, and electronic mail address includes an address, facsimile number and electronic mail address provided by the Person to the City as may be required by a form, practice or policy under this By-law.

7.3 If a notice document that is be given or delivered to a Person under this By-law is mailed to the Person at the Person’s last known address appearing on the records of the City as part of a proceeding under this By-law, or sent electronically to an email address that was provided by the Person, there is a irrebuttable presumption that the notice or document is given or delivered to the person.

7.4 A Person shall keep their contact information for service current by providing any change in address, facsimile, or electronic mail address to the Chief Municipal Law Enforcement Officer, immediately. Failure to comply with this section will negate consideration for an extension of time to Request a Review by Hearing Officer pursuant to Section 6(4).

7.5 Where this By-law requires service by a Person on the City, service shall be addressed to the Chief Municipal Law Enforcement Officer, and shall be deemed effective:

a) immediately, when a copy is delivered by personal service to the Chief Municipal Law Enforcement Officer at the location prescribed on the applicable form or notice;

b) on the seventh (7th) Day following the date a copy is sent by registered mail or by regular mail to the location prescribed on the applicable form or notice;

c) immediately with respect to electronic mail or upon the conclusion of a copy by facsimile transmission to the facsimile number listed on the applicable form or notice.

8. ADMINISTRATION

8.1 The Chief Municipal Law Enforcement Officer shall administer this By-law and establish any additional practices, policies, penalties and procedures necessary to implement this By-law and may amend such practices, policies, penalites and procedures from time to time as the Chief Municipal Law Enforcement Officer deems necessary, without amendment to this By-law.

8.2 The Chief Municipal Law Enforcement Officer shall prescribe all forms and notices, including the Penalty Notice, necessary to implement this By-law and may amend such forms and notices from time to time as the Chief Municipal Law Enforcement Officer deems necessary, without amendment to this By-law.

8.3 Any Administrative Fee(s) prescribed within Schedule “B” of this By-law shall be added to and be deemed part of the penalty amount unless otherwise rescinded by the Hearings Officer.

8.4 Where an Administrative Penalty is not paid by the date on which the Administrative Penalty is due and payable, the Person shall pay to the City a Late Payment Fee, in addition to the Administrative Penalty and any applicable Administrative Fee(s).

8.5 Where a Person makes payments to the City of any Administrative Penalty, Administrative Fee(s) or Late Payment Fee(s), by negotiable instrument or credit card, for which there are insufficient funds available in the account on which the instrument was drawn, the Person shall pay to the City the NSF Fee set out in the City’s Fee By-law.

8.6 An Administrative Penalty, including any Administrative Fee(s), that is confirmed or reduced, or in respect of which the time for payment has been extended, remaining unpaid after the date when it is due and payable, constitutes a debt to the City owed by the Person.

8.7 Where an Administrative Penalty, and any applicable Administrative Fee(s) or Late Payment Fee(s), are not paid by the date on which they are due and payable, the City shall enforce the payment of such fees in accordance with the applicable legislation and regulations, including but not limited to the ability to notify the Registrar of Motor Vehicles, resulting in plate denial. At the time that plate denial is requested a plate denial fee will be added in accordance with Schedule “B” of this by-law and shall be added to the total debt owed to the City.

8.8 Where an Administrative Penalty is cancelled by a Screening Officer or Hearing Officer, any Administrative Fee(s) are also cancelled.

8.9 An Authorized Representative is permitted to appear on behalf of a Person at a Screening Review or Review by Hearing Officer, or to communicate with the City on behalf of a Person in accordance with a written authorization satisfactory to the Chief Municipal Law Enforcement Officer.

8.10 Any time limit that would otherwise expire on a Holiday is extended to the next day that is not a Holiday.

8.11 A Person claiming financial hardship under this By-law shall provide documented proof of the financial hardship to the Chief Municipal Law Enforcement Officer, the Screening Officer or the Hearing Officer, as applicable.

8.12 Any schedule attached to this By-law forms part of this By-law.

9. SEVERABILITY

9.1 Should any provision, or any part of a provision, of this By-law be declared invalid, or to be of no force and effect by a court of competent jurisdiction, it is the intent of Council that such a provision, or part of a provision, shall be severed from this By-law, and every other provision of this By-law shall be applied and enforced in accordance with its terms to the extent possible according to law.

10. INTERPRETATION

10.1 The provisions in Part VI of the Legislation Act, 2006, S.O. 2006, c.21, Sched. F, shall apply to this By-law.

10.2 Where words and phrases used in this By-law are defined in the Highway Traffic Act, but not defined in this By-law, the definitions in the Highway Traffic Act shall apply to such words and phrases.

11. SHORT TITLE

11.1 This By-law may be referred to as the AMPS By-law.

12. EFFECTIVE DATE

12.1 This By-law shall come into force and effect on November 1, 2019.

Ed Holder

Mayor

Catharine Saunders

City Clerk

First Reading – December 18, 2018

Second Reading – December 18, 2018

Third Reading – December 18, 2018

Schedule “A-1”

Designated By-laws under the Administrative Monetary Penalty System By-Law

The following by-laws are listed as Designated By-laws as defined in the AMPs By-law:

Traffic and Parking By-law     By-law PS-113
Unauthorized Area Parking   By-law S-3
Idling Control By-law By-law PH-15
Business Licensing By-law  By-law L.-131-16
Residential Rental Units Licensing By-law By-law CP-19
Yard and Lot Maintenance By-law By-law PW-9
Property Standards By-law By-law CP-16

Schedule “A-2”

Administrative Monetary Penalty System By-Law

Penalty Schedule for Traffic and Parking By-law, Idling Control By-law and Unauthorized Area Parking By-law

1. For the purposes of Section 2 of this By-law, Column 3 in the following table lists the provisions in the Designated By-law identified in the Schedule, as amended.

2. Column 2 in the following table set out the short form wording to be used in a Penalty Notice for the contravention of the designated provisions listed in Column 3.

3. Column 4 in the following table set out the Administrative Penalty amount that is payable for contraventions of the designated provisions listed in Column 3.

#

Short Form Wording

Designated Provision

Administrative Penalty Amount

1

Park facing wrong way

5(1)

45

2

Stop in traffic lane

8(1)

60

3

Stop in prohibited area - signed

8(2)

65

4

Park on sidewalk

9(1)(a)

65

5

Park between sidewalk and roadway

9(1)(b)

40

6

Park on boulevard

9(1)( c)

60

7

Park in front of driveway access

9(1)(d)

60

8

Park in front of lane

9(1)(d)

60

9

Park within an intersection

9(1)(e)

60

10

Park within 2 metres of fire hydrant

9(1)(f)

105

11

Park on crosswalk

9(1)(g)

60

12

Park more than .3 metres from curb

5(1)

45

13

Park within 6 metres of crosswalk at intersection

9(1)(h)

45

14

Park - obstruct traffic

9(1)(i)

65

15

Park - prevent removal of previously parked vehicle

9(1)(j)

40

16

Park prohibited - 3:00 am to 5:00 am

9(1)(k)

45

17

Park - obstruct ramp

9(1)(l)

40

18

Park within 15 metres of signal controlled intersection

9(1 )(m)

60

19

Park - on roadway longer than 12 hours

9(1)(n)

45

20

Park - on shoulder longer than 12 hours

9(1)(n)

45

21

Park - in front of entrance to office building

10(1)(a)

40

22

Park - in front of entrance to hospital

10(1)(b)

40

23

Angle park not within pavement markings

6(1)(a)

40

24

Park - within 20m of intersection

10(1)(c)

45

25

Park - within 8m of fire hall

10(1)(d)

40

26

Park - adjacent to school property

10(1)(e)

40

27

Park - adjacent to service station

10(1)(f)

40

28

Park - within 30m of intersection controlled by traffic signal

10(1)(g)

40

29

Park - within 30 metres of railway crossing

10(1)(h)

60

30

Park - within limits of roundabout

10(1)(i)

60

31

Park - 20 metres on approach street to roundabout

10(1)(i)

60

32

Park - adjacent to inner curb within cul-de-sac

10(1)(j)

40

33

Park - signed prohibited area

11

45

34

Angle park exceed 60 degrees

6(1)(b)

40

35

Park - in bus stop

12(1)

60

36

Stop - in bus stop

12(1)

60

37

Park - in paratransit stop

12.1

105

38

Stop - in paratransit stop

12.1

105

39

Park - in taxi stand

13(1)

45

40

Park - in a loading zone

14

45

41

Park - where restricted

15(1)

45

42

Park over time limit

16

35

43

Park vehicle without valid Residential Parking Pass displayed

16.1(1)

40

44

Angle park where not permitted

17

40

45

Angle park with load extending

6(2)(a)

40

46

Stop in rush hour route

18(a)

60

47

Park motorcycle more than 45 degree angle

19(1)

40

48

Park heavy truck on prohibited street

27(2)

105

49

Park school bus not in designated School Bus Zone

29(2)

40

50

Park school vehicle not in designated School Bus Zone

29(2)

40

51

Park outside meter zone

39(1)

40

52

Park more than one vehicle in parking space

40(1)

40

53

Park in parking meter zone without depositing appropriate parking meter payment

42(1)

30

54

Park in parking meter zone exceeding maximum period allowable

42(1.1)

35

55

Park exceeding maximum period allowable

45

45

56

Angle park vehicle attached to trailer

6(2)(b)

40

57

Park in space adjacent to meter indicating no unexpired time

47(a)

30

58

Park without display of paper from pay and display parking meter

47(b)(i)

30

59

Park beyond time and date on paper from pay and display meter

47(b)(ii)

30

60

Park outside designated space - metered lot

54

45

61

Park vehicle in reserved parking space

56(4)

45

62

Park vehicle exceeding 6.1 metres in length

57

40

63

Park outside designated space - unmetered lot

60

45

64

Park motor vehicle over time limit - unmetered lot

61

40

65

Park during prohibited hours - unmetered lot

62(2)

40

66

Park vehicle exceeding 6.1 metres in length - unmetered lot

63

40

67

Angle park obstructing traffic

6(2)(c)

60

68

Park in fire route

71(1)

105

69

Park in space designated for disabled person on street

72

380

70

Park in space designated for disabled person off-street

77(1)

380

71

Park unlicensed vehicle on highway

78(1)

60

72

Park unlicensed vehicle on parking space

78(1)

60

73

Park vehicle in privately-owned parking lot exceeding maximum period allowable

79

45

74

Park vehicle in privately-owned parking facility exceeding maximum period allowable

79

45

75

Park vehicle in privately-owned parking lot without authorization

79.1

45

76

Park vehicle in privately-owned parking facility without authorization

79.1

45

77

Park vehicle on privately-owned land not used as parking lot or parking facility without authorization

79.2

45

78

Park facing wrong way on one way street

7(1)

45

79

Park vehicle on Corporation-owned or occupied land without authorization

81.1

45

80

Idle Motor Vehicle for more than 2 consecutive minutes

By-law PH-15, 3.1

60

81

Idle Transit Vehicle for more than 5 consecutive minutes

By-law PH-15, 3.3

60

82

Park Motor Vehicle on Parking Space that does not comply with Parking Space requirements

2.1

60

83

Stand Motor Vehicle on Parking Space that does not comply with Parking Space requirements

2.1

60

84

Stop Motor Vehicle on Parking Space that does not comply with Parking Space requirements

2.1

60

85

Park in Unauthorized Area

By-law S-3, 2.1

60

86

Permit the parking in Unauthorized Area

By-law S-3, 2.2

60

87

Park motor vehicle in park in place other than authorized parking area

3.1(7)

60

88

Park motor vehicle in recreation area in place other than authorized parking area

3.1(7)

60

89

Park more than .3 metres from edge of roadway

7(2)

40

90

Park motor vehicle in park between 10 pm and 6 am

3.1(8)

60

91

Park motor vehicle in recreation area between 10 pm and 6 am

3.1(8)

60

92

Park trailer for overnight accommodation

4.1(3)

60

93

Park motor vehicle in parking area between 10 pm and 6 am

5.2(2)

60

94

Park trailer in natural park area

5.4(5)

70

95

Park trailer in ESA area

5.4(5)

70

96

Park - within reserved lane for bicycles

10(1)(k)

65

97

Park in parking space beyond time paid for

47(1)

35

98

Parking in access aisle to disabled parking-"no stopping" signs displayed

77(2)

380

99

Park vehicle in electric vehicle parking space - not an electric vehicle

10.1(a)

45

100

Park a vehicle on a municipal parking lot without displaying the parking permit issued for that  lot

56(3)

40

At the discretion of the Officer, fines may be doubled for any and all subsequent repeat offences.

Schedule “A-3”

Administrative Monetary Penalty System By-Law

Penalty Schedule Residential Rental Units Licensing By-law

1. For the purposes of Section 2 of this By-law, Column 3 in the following table lists the provisions in the Designated By-law identified in the Schedule, as amended.

2. Column 2 in the following table set out the short form wording to be used in a Penalty Notice for the contravention of the designated provisions listed in Column 3.

3. Column 4 in the following table set out the Administrative Penalty amount that is payable for contraventions of the designated provisions listed in Column 3.

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Short Form Wording

Provision Creating or Defining Offence

Administrative Penalty Amount

1

Operate Rental Unit without current valid licence

2.1

450.00

2

Hold out to be licensed if not licensed

2.2

450.00

3

Contravene (term / condition) of licence

2.3

300.00

4

Fail to comply with (term / condition) of licence

2.3

300.00

5

Operate Rental Unit while licence under suspension

2.4

450.00

At the discretion of the Officer, fines may be doubled for any and all subsequent repeat offences.

Schedule “A-4”

Administrative Monetary Penalty System By-Law

Penalty Schedule for Yard and Lot Maintenance By-law

1. For the purposes of Section 2 of this By-law, Column 3 in the following table lists the provisions in the Designated By-law identified in the Schedule, as amended.

2. Column 2 in the following table set out the short form wording to be used in a Penalty Notice for the contravention of the designated provisions listed in Column 3.

3. Column 4 in the following table set out the Administrative Penalty amount that is payable for contraventions of the designated provisions listed in Column 3.

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Short Form Wording

Provision Creating or Defining Offence

Administrative Penalty Amounts

1

Fail to clear land of refuse

3.1

$175.00

2

Fail to enclose excavation with temporary barrier (122cm / 48 inches) high

3.2

$175.00

3

Fail to drain accumulation of water over ( 30cm / 12 inches) deep

3.3

$175.00

4

Deposit refuse on private property

3.4

$175.00

5

Deposit refuse on municipal property

3.5

$175.00

6

Fail to keep water in swimming pool in accordance with by-law

3.6

$175.00

7

Fail to maintain water in swimming pool in accordance with by-law

3.6

$175.00

8

Fail to clear buffer strip

3.7

$175.00

9

Hinder Enforcement Officer

3.8

$175.00

10

Obstruct Enforcement Officer

3.8

$175.00

11

Attempt to hinder Enforcement Officer

3.8

$175.00

12

Attempt to obstruct Enforcement Officer

3.8

$175.00

13

Contravene (Work Order / Order to Discontinue Activity)

3.9

$175.00

14

Fail to contain refuse in accordance with by-law

3.10

$175.00

15

Fail to locate refuse containers in accordance with by-law

3.10

$175.00

16

Fail to use (bins / bulk storage units) to contain refuse in accordance with by-law

3.11

$175.00

17

Fail to remove graffiti from (buildings / structures / erections / objects in accordance with by-law

3.12

$175.00

At the discretion of the Officer, fines may be doubled for any and all subsequent repeat offences.

Schedule “A-5”

Administrative Monetary Penalty System By-Law

Penalty Schedule for Business Licensing By-law

1. For the purposes of Section 2 of this By-law, Column 3 in the following table lists the provisions in the Designated By-law identified in the Schedule, as amended.

2. Column 2 in the following table set out the short form wording to be used in a Penalty Notice for the contravention of the designated provisions listed in Column 3.

3. Column 4 in the following table set out the Administrative Penalty amount that is payable for contraventions of the designated provisions listed in Column 3.

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Short Form Wording

Provision Creating or Defining Offence

Administrative Penalty Amount

1

Hold out to be licensed if not licensed

3.1

$350.00

2

Operate business while licence under suspension

3.2

$350.00

3

Operate business at location other than for which licence issued

3.3

$350.00

4

Operate business under name other than name endorsed on licence

3.4

$350.00

5

Licence holder – fail to display licence in conspicuous place on premise

3.5(a)

$150.00

6

Licence holder – fail to display licence in conspicuous place on vehicle

3.5(b)

$150.00

7

Licence holder – fail to maintain licence on their person

3.5(c)

$250.00

8

Fail to keep required records

3.6

$250.00

9

Hinder any person exercising power or duty under by-law

3.7

$250.00

10

Attempt to hinder any person exercising power or duty under by-law

3.7

$250.00

11

Obstruct any person exercising power or duty under by-law

3.7

$250.00

12

Attempt to obstruct any person exercising power or duty under by-law

3.7

$250.00

13

Own Body-Rub Parlour without current valid licence

Schedule 2, 7.1

$750.00

14

Operate Body-Rub Parlour without current valid licence

Schedule 2, 7.1

$750.00

15

Owner – permit person other than licensed Operator to operate Body-Rub Parlour

Schedule 2, 7.2

$750.00

16

Operate Body-Rub Parlour without Owner holding Body-Rub Parlour licence

Schedule 2, 7.3

$750.00

17

Owner – permit person under 18 to enter Body-Rub Parlour

Schedule 2, 7.4

$750.00

18

Owner – permit person under 18 to remain in Body-Rub Parlour

Schedule 2, 7.4

$750.00

19

Operator – permit person under 18 to enter Body-Rub Parlour

Schedule 2, 7.4

$750.00

20

Operator – permit person under 18 to remain in Body-Rub Parlour

Schedule 2, 7.4

$750.00

21

Owner – permit person under 18 to Provide Body-Rub in Body-Rub Parlour

Schedule 2, 7.5

$750.00

22

Owner – permit person under 18 to offer to Provide Body-Rub in Body-Rub Parlour

Schedule 2, 7.5

$750.00

23

Operator – permit person under 18 to Provide Body-Rub in Body-Rub Parlour

Schedule 2, 7.5

$750.00

24

Operator – permit person under 18 to offer to Provide Body-Rub in Body-Rub Parlour

Schedule 2, 7.5

$750.00

25

Owner – Body Rub Parlour – fail to ensure Operator attends at request of Enforcement Officer

Schedule 2, 8.1 (a)

$750.00

26

Owner – fail to post sign at Body-Rub Parlour entrance – no entry to under 18

Schedule 2, 8.1 (b)

$750.00

27

Owner – Body-Rub Parlour – fail to comply with prescribed operational standards

Schedule 2, 8.1 (c)

$750.00

28

Owner – Body-Rub Parlour – fail to comply with prescribed hours of operation

Schedule 2, 8.1 (d)

$750.00

29

Owner – Body-Rub Parlour – fail to comply with prescribed signage and advertising standards

Schedule 2, 8.1 (e)

$750.00

30

Owner – Body-Rub Parlour – fail to maintain prescribed record of Attendants

Schedule 2, 8.1 (f)

$750.00

31

Owner – Body-Rub Parlour – fail to ensure no services visible from outside

Schedule 2, 8.2 (a)

$750.00

32

Operator – Body-Rub Parlour – fail to ensure no services visible from outside

2, 8.2 (a)

$750.00

33

Owner – fail to ensure Body-Rub Parlour not more than 225m2 in size

Schedule 2, 8.2 (b)

$750.00

34

Operator – fail to ensure Body-Rub Parlour not more than 225m2 in size

Schedule 2, 8.2 (b)

$750.00

35

Owner – Body-Rub Parlour – fail to ensure no changes to premises as shown in floor plan

Schedule 2, 8.2 (c)

$750.00

36

Operator – Body-Rub Parlour – fail to ensure no changes to premises as shown in floor plan

Schedule 2, 8.2 (c)

$750.00

37

Own Adult Live Entertainment Parlour without current valid licence

Schedule 3, 7.1

$750.00

38

Operate Adult Live Entertainment Parlour without current valid licence

Schedule 3, 7.1

$750.00

39

Owner – permit person other than licensed Operator to operate Adult Live Entertainment Parlour

Schedule 3, 7.2

$750.00

40

Operate Adult Live Entertainment Parlour without Owner holding Adult Live Entertainment Parlour Owner licence

Schedule 3, 7.3

$750.00

41

Owner – permit person under 18 to enter Adult Live Entertainment Parlour

Schedule 3, 7.4

$750.00

42

Owner – permit person under 18 to remain in Adult Live Entertainment Parlour

Schedule 3, 7.4

$750.00

43

Operator – permit person under 18 to enter Adult Live Entertainment Parlour

Schedule 3, 7.4

$750.00

44

Operator – permit person under 18 to remain in Adult Live Entertainment Parlour

Schedule 3, 7.4

$750.00

45

Owner – permit person under 18 to provide services in Adult Live Entertainment Parlour

Schedule 3, 7.5

$750.00

46

Owner – permit person under 18 to act as Attendant in Adult Live Entertainment Parlour

Schedule 3, 7.5

$750.00

47

Operator – permit person under 18 to provide services in Adult Live Entertainment Parlour

Schedule 3, 7.5

$750.00

48

Operator – permit person under 18 to act as Attendant in Adult Live Entertainment Parlour

Schedule 3, 7.5

$750.00

49

Owner – Adult Live Entertainment Parlour – permit Attendant to have physical contact with person

Schedule 3, 7.6

$750.00

50

Operator – Adult Live Entertainment Parlour – permit Attendant to have physical contact with person

Schedule 3, 7.7

$750.00

51

Attendant – Adult Live Entertainment Parlour – have physical contact with person

Schedule 3, 7.7

$750.00

52

Owner – Adult Live Entertainment Parlour – fail to ensure Operator attends on premises at request of Enforcement Officer

Schedule 3, 8.1 (a)

$750.00

53

Owner – fail to post sign at Adult Live Entertainment Parlour entrance – no entry to under 18

Schedule 3, 8.1 (b)

$750.00

54

Owner – Adult Live Entertainment Parlour – fail to comply with prescribed signage and advertising standards

Schedule 3, 8.1 (c)

$750.00

55

Owner – Adult Live Entertainment Parlour – fail to maintain prescribed record of Attendants

Schedule 3, 8.1 (d)

$750.00

56

Owner – Adult Live Entertainment Parlour – fail to ensure no services visible from outside

Schedule 3, 8.2 (a)

$750.00

57

Operator – Adult Live Entertainment Parlour – fail to ensure no service visible from outside

Schedule 3, 8.2 (b)

$750.00

58

Owner – fail to ensure Attendant services are within view of Entertainment Area

Schedule 3, 8.2 (b)

$750.00

59

Operator – fail to ensure Attendant services are within view of Entertainment Area

Schedule 3, 8.2 (b)

$750.00

60

Owner – fail to ensure Adult Live Entertainment Parlour operated in accordance with floor plan

Schedule 3, 8.2 (c)

$750.00

61

Operator – fail to ensure Adult Live Entertainment Parlour operated in accordance with floor plan

Schedule 3, 8.2 (c)

$750.00

62

Owner -  Adult Live Entertainment Parlour – fail to ensure no changes to floor plan

Schedule 3, 8.2 (d)

$750.00

63

Operator – Adult Live Entertainment Parlour – fail to ensure no changes to floor plan

Schedule 3, 8.2 (d)

$750.00

64

Operate Automotive Service Business without current valid licence

Schedule 4, 2.1

$275.00

65

Operate Commercial Parking Facility without current valid licence

Schedule 5, 3.1

$275.00

66

Commercial Parking Facility licence holder – fail to post prescribed signage

Schedule 5, 4.1

$275.00

67

Commercial Parking Facility licence holder – fail to maintain Facility in accordance with prescribed standards

Schedule 5, 4.2

$275.00

68

Operate Contractor Business without current valid licence

Schedule 6, 4.1

$225.00

69

Operate Donation Bin Business without current valid licence

Schedule 7, 4.1

$225.00

70

Donation Bin Business licence holder – place Bin in low density residential or industrial zone

Schedule 7, 5.1 (a)

$225.00

71

Donation Bin Business licence holder – place Bin without authorization from property owner

Schedule 7, 5.1 (b)

$225.00

72

Donation Bin Business licence holder – place Bin other than as shown in plan

Schedule 7, 5.1 (c)

$225.00

73

Donation Bin Business licence holder – fail to comply with prescribed operational standards

Schedule 7, 5.2 (a)

$225.00

74

Donation Bin Business licence holder – fail to comply with prescribed advertising and signage requirements

Schedule 7, 5.2 (b)

$225.00

75

Carry on business through Door to Door Sales without current valid licence

Schedule 8, 5.1

$225.00

76

Door to Door Sales Licence holder – fail to maintain prescribed registry of persons conducting sales

Schedule 8, 6.1 (a)

$225.00

77

Door to Door Sales Licence holder – fail to produce registry upon request

Schedule 8, 6.1 (b)

$225.00

78

Door to Door Sales Licence holder – fail to produce Police Record Check for person conducting sales

Schedule 8, 6.1 (d)

$225.00

79

Operate Electronic Cigarette Retail Business without current valid licence

Schedule 9, 3.1

$300.00

80

Operate Tobacco Retail Business without current valid licence

Schedule 9, 3.2

$300.00

81

Operate Food Premise without current valid licence

Schedule 10, 2.1

$300.00

82

Operate Lodging House without current valid licence

Schedule 11, 3.1

$550.00

83

Lodging House licence holder – fail to prominently display contact information sign

Schedule 11, 4.1

$225.00

84

Lodging House licence holder – fail to display contact information sign as prescribed

Schedule 11, 4.1

$225.00

85

Operate Payday Loan Business without current valid licence

Schedule 12, 3.1

$500.00

86

Payday Loan Business licence holder – fail to prominently display interest rates sign

Schedule 12, 4.1 (a)

$500.00

87

Payday Loan Business licence holder – fail to display interest rates sign as prescribed

Schedule 12, 4.1 (a)

$500.00

88

Payday Loan Business licence holder – fail to display interest rates sign in required locations

Schedule 12, 4.1 (a)

$500.00

89

Payday Loan Business licence holder – fail to ensure person given prescribed money management support information

Schedule 12, 4.1 (b)

$500.00

90

Operate Personal Services Business without current valid licence

Schedule 13, 3.1

$225.00

91

Operate Pet Shop without current valid licence

Schedule 14, 3.1

$225.00

92

Pet Shop licence holder – dog or cat obtained from unauthorized source

Schedule 14, 4.1

$225.00

93

Pet Shop licence holder – fail to post prescribed list of animals in conspicuous place

Schedule 14, 4.2

$225.00

94

Pet Shop licence holder – keep animal not prescribed by Licence Manager

Schedule 14, 4.3

$225.00

95

Pet Shop licence holder – fail to maintain record of animals

Schedule 14, 4.4

$225.00

96

Pet Shop licence holder – fail to maintain prescribed record of animals

Schedule 14, 4.4

$225.00

97

Pet Shop licence holder – give animal to person under 18

Schedule 14, 4.5

$225.00

98

Pet Shop licence holder – fail to provide prescribed information about animal to purchaser

Schedule 14, 4.6

$225.00

99

Operate Public Hall without current valid licence

Schedule 15, 3.1

$225.00

100

Operate Refreshment Vehicle without current valid licence

Schedule 16, 6.1

$225.00

101

Operate Class 2 Refreshment Vehicle at location not prescribed

Schedule 16, 6.2 (a)

$225.00

102

Operate Class 3 Refreshment Vehicle at location not prescribed

Schedule 16, 6.2 (b)

$575.00

103

Operate Class 3 Refreshment Vehicle within 100m of Special Event

Schedule 16, 6.2 (c )

$575.00

104

Operate Class 3 Refreshment Vehicle between 7am and 5pm within 100m of school

Schedule 16, 6.2(d)

$575.00

105

Operate Class 3 Refreshment Vehicle between 3am and 7am

Schedule 16, 6.2 (e)

$575.00

106

Class 2 Refreshment Vehicle licence holder – operate at location not allocated by Licence Manager

Schedule 16, 6.3

$225.00

107

Refreshment Vehicle licence holder – fail to comply with all prescribed operational standards

Schedule 16, 7.1

$225.00

108

Refreshment Vehicle licence holder – fail to operate Refreshment Vehicle in compliance with Traffic and Parking By-law

Schedule 16, 7.2

$225.00

109

Refreshment Vehicle licence holder – fail to ensure Refreshment Vehicle Plate affixed as required

Schedule 16, 7.3 (a)

$225.00

110

Refreshment Vehicle licence holder – fail to ensure Refreshment Vehicle Plate plainly visible

Schedule 16, 7.3 (b)

$225.00

111

Operate Seasonal Sales Business without current valid licence

Schedule 17, 5.1

$575.00

112

Operate Salvage Yard without current valid licence

Schedule 18, 6.1

$350.00

113

Operate Second-hand Goods Business without current valid licence

Schedule 18, 6.2

$350.00

114

Salvage Yard licence holder – Acquire goods – serial number altered

Schedule 18, 6.3 (a)

$350.00

115

Second-hand Goods Business licence holder – Acquire goods – serial number altered

Schedule 18, 6.3 (a)

$350.00

116

Salvage Yard licence holder – Acquire goods – from person who appears to be under 18

Schedule 18, 6.3 (b)

$350.00

117

Second-hand Goods Business licence holder – Acquire goods – from person who appears to be under 18

Schedule 18, 6.3 (b)

$350.00

118

Salvage Yard licence holder – Acquire goods – from person who appears to be under influence of drugs or alcohol

Schedule 18, 6.3 (c)

$350.00

119

Second-hand Goods Business licence holder – Acquire goods – from person who appears to be under influence of drugs or alcohol

Schedule 18, 6.3 (c)

$350.00

120

Salvage Yard licence holder – Acquire goods – from person without first verifying identity

Schedule 18, 6.3 (d)

$350.00

121

Second-hand Goods Business licence holder – Acquire goods – from person without first verifying identity

Schedule 18, 6.3 (d)

$350.00

122

Salvage Yard licence holder – fail to keep goods within Holding Area for at least 5 days

Schedule 18, 6.4

$350.00

123

Second-hand Goods Business licence holder – fail to keep goods within Holding Area for at least 5 days

Schedule 18, 6.4

$350.00

124

Salvage Yard licence holder – place goods in place other than licensed premises

Schedule 18, 6.5

$350.00

125

Second-hand Goods Business licence holder – place goods in place other than licensed premises

Schedule 18, 6.5

$350.00

126

Salvage Yard licence holder – fail to maintain register as prescribed

Schedule 18, 7.1 (a)

$350.00

127

Second-hand Goods Business – fail to maintain register as prescribed

Schedule 18, 7.1 (a)

$350.00

128

Salvage Yard licence holder – fail to open register to inspection

Schedule 18, 7.1 (b)

$350.00

129

Second-hand Goods Business – fail to open register to inspection

Schedule 18, 7.1 (b)

$350.00

130

Salvage Yard licence holder – fail to make prescribed report to Police of prescribed good

Schedule 18, 7.1 (c)

$350.00

131

Second-hand Goods Business licence holder – fail to make prescribed report to Police of prescribed good

Schedule 18, 7.1 (c)  

$350.00

132

Salvage Yard licence holder – fail to erect fence on all boundaries of premises

Schedule 18, 7.3

$350.00

133

Salvage Yard licence holder – fail to maintain fence on all boundaries of premises

Schedule 18, 7.3

$350.00

134

Operate Towing Business without current valid licence

Schedule 19, 5.1

$350.00

135

Operate Motor Vehicle Storage Business without current valid licence

Schedule 19, 5.2

$350.00

136

Towing Business licence holder – fail to provide Police with prescribed information prior to towing

Schedule 19, 6.1

$350.00

137

Towing Business licence holder – fail to maintain log book as prescribed

Schedule 19, 6.2

$350.00

138

Towing Business licence holder – tow vehicle from Parking lot not posted with prescribed signs

Schedule 19, 6.3 (a)

$350.00

139

Towing Business licence holder – charge amount for towing vehicle from Parking Lot other than as set out in by-law

Schedule 19, 6.3 (b)

$350.00

140

Towing Business licence holder – charge amount for service not in by-law – towing vehicle from Parking Lot

Schedule 19, 6.3 (d)

$350.00

141

Motor Vehicle Storage Business licence holder – charge amount for storage of vehicle other than as set out in by-law

Schedule 19, 6.4 (a)

$350.00

142

Motor Vehicle Storage Business licence holder – charge amount for waiting – storage of vehicle

Schedule 19, 6.4 (b)

$350.00

143

Motor Vehicle Storage Business licence holder – charge amount for service not in by-law – care or storage of vehicle

Schedule 19, 6.4 (c)

$350.00

144

Motor Vehicle Storage Business licence holder – close premises during time required to remain open

Schedule 19, 6.4 (d)

$350.00

At the discretion of the Officer, fines may be doubled for any and all subsequent repeat offences.

Schedule “A-6”

Administrative Monetary Penalty System By-Law

Penalty Schedule for Property Standards By-law

1. For the purposes of Section 2 of this By-law, Column 3 in the following table lists the provisions in the Designated By-law identified in the Schedule, as amended.

2. Column 2 in the following table set out the short form wording to be used in a

Penalty Notice for the contravention of the designated provisions listed in Column 3.

3. Column 4 in the following table set out the Administrative Penalty amount that is payable for contraventions of the designated provisions listed in Column 3.

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Short Form Wording

Provision Creating or Defining Offence

Administrative Penalty Amount

1

Failure to comply with Property Standards Order

N/A

$400.00

At the discretion of the Officer, fines may be doubled for any and all subsequent repeat offences.

 

Schedule “B”

Administrative Monetary Penalty System By-Law

Designated Provisions for Parking By-Law No. PS-113

Administrative Fee Description

Fee Amount

MTO Fee

$10.00

Late Payment Fee

$25.00

Screening Non-appearance Fee

$50.00

Hearing Non-appearance Fee

$100.00

Plate Denial Request Fee

$20.00

Note:  Fee listed in Schedule “B” to this By-law will be subject to Harmonized Sales Tax (H.S.T.) where applicable.

 

Schedule “C”

Administrative Monetary Penalty System By-Law

Designated Screening Officers

  1. The Chief Municipal Law Enforcement Officer, or delegate(s) as assigned.
  2. Manager of Municipal Law Enforcement Services or delegate(s) as assigned.
  3. Parking Coordinator or delegate(s) as assigned.
  4. Inquiry Clerks or delegate(s) as assigned.

 

 

As Amended by
By-Law No. Date Passed at Council
A-54-19001 June 25, 2019
A-54-20002 October 13, 2020

 

Last modified:Thursday, October 22, 2020