Bylaws set standards for the community and are an important tool for setting limits on acceptable behaviours and values. By-law compliance officers investigate public complaints about alleged violations of the various by-laws issued by the City of Vernon. These include approximately 27 regulatory regulations, including Business Permits #5480, Parks and Public Places #5057, Good Neighbour #4980, Zoning Bylaw #5000 and others. Vernon residents will have several options over the coming months to safely and responsibly dispose of the hazardous materials they have in their homes. Household hazardous waste can be deposited on the following Saturdays between 8am and 1pm at the Capitol Region East Hazardous Waste Facility, 321 Olcott St., Manchester: 14 May, 4 June, 27 August, 24 September, 29 October and 12 November 2022. Learn how the City of Vernon has responded to the COVID-19 pandemic. Sometimes it`s hard to know when to call bylaws, the RCMP or any other City of Vernon department when there is no emergency. Please continue to use 911 for all emergencies such as medical emergencies, large fires (structures, forests, etc.) and if a serious crime has been committed. You do not need to call the office before appealing a ticket, you can simply file an objection online or in person within the first 14 days of receiving the original ticket The goal of the Compliance Laws Department is to voluntarily comply with the legislation of the City of Vernon through education to help citizens, businesses and the community.
By-laws: Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. * Calls for services are answered until 10 p.m. and on weekends by an agent on duty In addition, officers apply Highway Traffic Act No. 5600, which includes parking to ensure the safety of our residents and provide sufficient parking for our downtown stores. These regulations include things like parking too close to a fire hydrant, stop sign or pedestrian crossing, and parking next to yellow lines. “As Mayor and on behalf of Vernon City Council, the health and safety of our employees and residents, as well as the continuity of our local government operations, is a top priority. We work day and night, implementing creative solutions based on the latest guidelines to ensure that our essential government programs and services remain uninterrupted. Driving voting and virtual municipal meetings are examples of the innovative ways the City of Vernon is driving community engagement and protecting the health of our democracy during this public health crisis. Mayor Daniel A. Champagne The personal data contained in this form will only be collected and used for the purpose of responding to your request in accordance with Article 26(e) of the Freedom of Information and Privacy Act (FOIPPA).
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