- Use the Search By-laws tool and enter a keyword (e.g. Fence) or a by-law number (e.g. 22-001).
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The by-laws include those enacted, amended and repealed by City Council, as well as those enacted, amended and repealed by the Ontario Municipal Board, Ontario Land Tribunal or Local Planning Appeal Tribunal. The City of Hamilton provides online access to reference copies of current by-laws dating from 2004 to the present.
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By-laws are the official rules that define how the City is governed
That every occupant or owner shall, within 24 hours of the cessation of a Winter Storm Event, or within 24 hours of the cessation of a series of Consecutive winter storm events, remove and clear all snow and ice from the property.
By-law 88-152-S (Flamborough), By-law 86-77 (Hamilton) Section 7, By-law 4114-93 (Dundas), By-law 434-90 (Glanbrook), By-law 4477-96 (Stoney Creek), and By-law R77-109 (Regional Roads By-law) Section 7 is repealed.
Amendment provides clarity for residents as to what constitutes compliance under By-law 03-296.
- Table 26 – By-law No. 03-296 Snow Removal By-law