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In British Columbia, Provincial legislation has delegated to municipalities the authority to regulate property and conduct of persons by bylaw, in relation to certain specific areas of jurisdiction. The majority of bylaws are regulatory in nature and are adopted by Council as a result of community demands or statutory requirements. Municipal bylaws have full force and effect as if they were pieces of Provincial legislation. The District has over 150 bylaws in effect. Many bylaws are repealed and have been replaced as newer versions are adopted and many have a finite life, such as financial bylaws.
This electronic listing is provided for informational purposes only. The original, printed, signed and sealed copies - housed at the Municipal Hall - remain the official version.  
Not sure what you are looking for?  Frequently Requested Bylaws
MRDT (Hotel Tax) Program Tax Bylaw 1058-2016
Multiplex Loan Authorization Bylaw 1051-2016
Municipal Ticketing Bylaw 01-2010 (Consolidated)
Noise Abatement, Bylaw 949
North Island Community Forest Municipal Service Establishment Bylaw No. 10-2010
Officer Positions Bylaw 02-2011
Official Community Plan Bylaw 15-2011 (Consolidated)
Parks and Beaches, Bylaw 19-2005
Permissive Exemption from Taxation – Perpetuity Churches and Hospitals, Bylaw 10-2009
Permissive Exemption from Taxation for 2017 and 2018 Bylaw 1070-2017 Lot 1, Sections 16 and 21, Township 6, Rupert District, Plan VIP52750
Permissive Exemption from Taxation for 2017, 2018 and 2019 Bylaw 1056-2016
Record Retention Bylaw 03-2008
Recreation Facility Borrowing BL1012-2013
Revenue Anticipation (Borrowing) Bylaw 1071-2016
Revenue Anticipation (Borrowing) for 2017 Bylaw 1060-2016
Sewer Utlity Bylaw 13-2009
Sign Regulation Bylaw 08-2009 Consolidated
Smoking Regulation Bylaw 1068-2017
Storm Drain Regulations Bylaw 05-2000
Street Naming Bylaw 1037-2015 – Beverley Parnham Way