This bylaw provides the modification of the zoning to allow certain uses of the class of promoters of artistic events and to add specific standards to establishments using the use of liquor stores
This by-law allows the realization of infrastructure works, development and redevelopment of the public domain and the acquisition of street furniture in the Frontenac sector.
One of the purposes of this bylaw is to regulate the release of matter to the City of Edmonton’s sewerage system and watercourses. Restricted substances include: arsenic, benzene, cadmium, carbon tetrachloride, tetrachloroethylene, trichloroethylene, chloroform, chromium, ethylbenzene, lead, and nickel. It also restricts radioactive material.
This bylaw prohibits smoking tobacco or holding lighted tobacco within 9 metres of any part of a recreation amenity in a City park or an entrance of a municipally-owned building.
This policy does not restrict traditional use of tobacco products by Indigenous populations.
This bylaw provides for the construction and occupancy of an organic biomethanation treatment center to reduce the amount of organic matter and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.
This bylaw defines permitted uses for various zones within the City of Iqaluit including, but not limited to, recreation facilities, drinking establishments, parks and water treatment.
The code applies to all construction work to which the Building Act applies that is performed on a building, including its vicinity. The code also applies to any facility intended for use by the public. It includes requirements to protect building inhabitants from radon gas.
This policy provides the framework for approving applications for beer gardens, special occasions and receptions in City owned public facilities where liquor will be served.
This Plan contains an Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Policy that commits to minimizing the use of pesticides in the City of Calgary and maintaining a pesticide-free buffer zone in and around playgrounds and public outdoor pools.
This Act provides guidelines for municipal planning by enabling municipalities councils to ask for a general plan describing the manner in which the development or redevelopment of a municipality may best be organized and carried out, having regard to considerations of orderliness, economy and convenience. A general plan must include proposals relating to the provision of public roadways, services, public buildings, schools, parks and recreation areas and the reservation of land for these and other public and community purposes.