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This bylaw establishes several reserve funds, including the 'Parks and Greenways Acquisition Reserve Fund' to acquire land, or make improvements, for parks and greenways.
This bylaw prohibits the discharge of prohibited waste to Municipal Stormwater Systems and Watercourses. Prohibited waste includes miscellaneous wastes that may constitute as a health or safety hazard to an individual or can cause pollution in any Municipal Stormwater System, watercourse (stores drinking water) or stormwater management facility, PCB's, pesticides and radioactive waste.
This plan aims to preserve and enhance the historical value of the Pioneer Square cemetery while also maintaining it as a park space that suits the needs of the surrounding community.
This bylaw states that the City of Victoria is not responsible for collecting prohibited waste, including petroleum products and radioactive substances.
This management plan is a community-based project committed to identifying future improvements for the successful development and protection of Summit Park. It includes principles to guide improvements to the parks trail system.
This bylaw is aimed at promoting clean air by not permitting the idling of a vehicle for more than three consecutive minutes.
This bylaw prohibits the use of pesticides on public land or private land, for the purpose of maintaining outdoor trees, shrubs, flowers, or other ornamental plants and turf, if the application or use is a non-essential use.
The purpose of this bylaw is to regulate the installation, use, and storage of fuel equipment (including oil burning equipment) and provide an interim spot checking function for the health, safety, and protection of people and property.
This bylaw requires that anyone operating a tattoo premises must adhere to the procedures in Schedule A. Procedures include the use of disposable equipment, appropriate sterilization of equipment, and other practices of disinfection.
The purpose of this bylaw is to provide for the protection and preservation of trees.
Schedule E of this bylaw places regulations on discharging substances into sanitary sewers. It prohibits: asphalt, creosote, benzene, naphtha, herbicides, pesticides, and radioactive material.
This bylaw outlines the constituents of the Comprehensive Community Plan for Willis point that will inform the development of an Official Community Plan for Willis Point, included in Schedule A of this bylaw, and the Land Use Zoning Bylaw for Willis Point, in Schedule B. Commitments to greenhouse gas reduction, environmental protection (including the prevention of water pollution), the provision of parklands for sport, recreation and leisure, and public education are noted.
This bylaw prohibits anyone from discharging certain identified wastes into storm drains or watercourses. Prohibited wastes include: air contaminant waste (causing air pollution), PCBs, pesticides, and radioactive waste.
This bylaw regulates the substances that are prohibited from being discharged directly or indirectly to a sewer connected to a sewage facility.
This bylaw regulates the process of collection and disposal, as well as the facilities charged with the task, of septage. It requires that the waste does not include certain substances (arsenic, cadmium, chromium, cobalt, lead, nickel, petroleum) beyond certain concentrations.
This bylaw regulates the development and use of land within Malahat, with a consideration of the promotion of health, safety, convenience, and welfare of the public. The bylaw includes sections that outline restrictions on the placements of building and structures that pertain to industrial uses such as sawmills, planer mills, fertilizer plants, forging, asphalt plants, oil refineries, bulk oil plants, and gas stations.