You have 14 days upon receipt of a Bylaw Notice to dispute the Notice. If a dispute is not filed with the Bylaw Enforcement Department within the 14 days, you will not be able to dispute. Complete and submit a Bylaw Notice Dispute Form (PDF). Bylaw Notice Dispute forms can be delivered, emailed or faxed to:
The City's Screening Officer will review the Bylaw Notice Dispute form and may
Cancel a Bylaw Notice
Enter into a Compliance Agreement and reduce the penalty upon compliance with the bylaw
Uphold a Bylaw Notice
If the Screening Officer upholds the Bylaw Notice, a date and time for the Adjudication Hearing will be provided which shall take place in Council Chambers, City Hall. At the Adjudication Hearing, evidence is presented and the Adjudicator decides if the offence did or did not occur. If the offence did occur, the violation notice must be paid in full, plus an additional $25 administrative fee. If an offence is deemed not to have occurred the bylaw notice is cancelled and no penalties are payable.