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By-laws and Policies

By-law Complaints

To complain about a possible by-law infraction in your community, contact By-law Enforcement.

The City strives to keep the identity of every complainant confidential, except where disclosure is necessary in a Court of Law or when subject to the provisions of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. Should the complaint proceed to Court, you may be required to give evidence as a witness.

Below you will find a list of the most frequently requested by-laws. They are listed alphabetically within the departments that manage the by-law. Updates are placed on the website as available.
All of our By-laws require Adobe Acrobat Reader to be installed on your computer. This software is free and available from the Adobe Website

By-laws contained in this section are for reference purposes only.
Every effort is made to ensure the accuracy of this information, however it is not to be used in place of actual by-laws. Actual by-laws can be obtained: Clerks Department, Civic Square (1st Floor), 60 East Main St., Welland, Ontario.

Fees and Charges By-law
Water Management By-law - A By-law to provide for the supply and delivery of water and to provide for the maintenance and management of waterworks and the imposition and collection of water rates.
Dog Control and Licensing By-law
Exotic Animals
Please visit the Welland and District SPCA website for more information: wellandspca.com

Click on the button below to search for a specific By-law containing your inputted text or by year. Only By-law headings are listed, however, if you would like a complete copy of a specific By-law, please contact the Clerk’s Division at (905) 735-1700 ext. 2152.


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select Bylaw Index for specific Years:
 

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The City of Welland has a Policy Manual, implemented in 1994, which co-ordinates a collection of Council Policies for various City Departments that had been in use since the early 1970’s.  The objective of the Handbook is to formalize consistent guidelines for ongoing City operations covered by the policies to ensure all situations are handled in a standardized manner.  At present, there are 133 policies outlined in the Manual which are updated systematically as amendments are required.