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Oro Medonte > Municipal Services > Municipal Law (By-law) Enforcement

​​Municipal Law Enforcement


Noise & Parking Concerns​

At it's meeting on July 28, 2021, Council approved the Special Events Permit for the upcoming events at Burl's Creek Event Grounds.​

Municipal Law Enforcement Staff would like to remind residents if you have concerns related to a noise disruption and/or parking concerns to call the Township at (705) 487-2171 and request to speak with a Municipal Law Enforcement Officers. For after-hours calls, please ensure you follow the prompts and leave a detailed message. For after-hour concerns, please note that dependent on call volumes Municipal Law Staff will be addressing the concern but may not provide direct feedback on your concern. Please note that you may also e-mail your concern to muncipallaw@oro-medonte.ca.

For matters related to traffic and/or non-emergency matters related to policing, please call the Ontario Provincial Police Communication Centre at 1-888-310-1122 or for emergency matters please call 911.

If you have concerns related to COVID-19 regulations and the event please visit the Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit website at www.simcoemuskokahealth.org​ or by calling Health Connection at 705​-721-7520 or 1-877-721-7520.

Canine Control Issues​

The Township's Municipal Law Enforcement Officers are available 24hrs a day, 7 days a week, by contacting (705) 487-2171, for the purpose of responding to Canine Control issues related to aggressive dogs and/or dogs at large as per the Canine Control By-law, excessive noise as per the Noise By-law and Parking By-law.

The Municipal Law Enforcement Division is responsible for the enforcement of the Township's By-laws, proactively and through the investigation of complaints. Please note that Municipal Law does not respond to anonymous complaints. Complaints can be filed electronically, regular mail, over the phone or in person at the Administration Offices. The Municipal Law Enforcement Officers work with residents to obtain compliance with the Township By-laws. There is a strong educational component to their activities. The Township is committed to raising awareness of community standards, and enforcing the Township’s by-law using a timely, professional and unbiased approach.

Municipal Law Enforcement is also responsible for enforcement of the Township's Canine Control, Clean and Clear, Property Standards, Kennel Licensing and Parking By-laws, the issuance of Pool Fence Permits, and Sign Permits for signs that are not considered a structure under the Ontario Building Code.

Every by-law complaint/violation is unique and the method of dealing with the by-law complaint should reflect what is necessary in order to resolve it rather than to be unnecessarily punitive. Property owners should always have the opportunity of using the least expensive option for compliance. Our intent is to enforce the by-laws equitably and to apply the level of enforcement that best fits the type and circumstances of by-law violation in order to achieve compliance with the by-law(s). The Municipal Law Enforcement Division has a responsibility to attempt to balance the public good and the rights of individuals when utilizing approaches to the enforcement of various Township by-laws.

By-law - Notice of Temporary Service Adjustments​

Municipal Law will be taking proactive precautions when out in the community. At this time the Municipal Law Enforcement Division will be utilizing correspondence (email, letters, notices) in most situation as an alternative for attending the physical address. Staff will be focusing more on the essential services to ensure the safety of both staff and the residents of Oro-Medonte. More information in notice attached.