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LICENCING AND CONTROL OF ANIMALS BYLAW 1995 NO. 4923
To provide for the licensing and control of animals within the City of Nanaimo.
NOISE CONTROL BYLAW 1994 NO. 4750
To regulate or prohibit the making or causing of noises or sounds.
BUILDING BYLAW 2016 NO. 7224
A BYLAW TO PROVIDE FOR THE ADMINISTRATION OF CONSTRUCTION WITHIN THE CITY OF NANAIMO
"OFF-STREET PARKING REGULATIONS BYLAW 2018 NO. 7266"
To regulate parking within the City of Nanaimo.
TRAFFIC AND HIGHWAYS REGULATION BYLAW 1993 NO. 5000
To regulate traffic and the use of highways within the boundaries of the City of Nanaimo.
PARKS, RECREATION AND CULTURE REGULATION BYLAW 2008 NO. 7073
To regulate Parks, Recreation and Culture services and facilities in the City of Nanaimo
DEVELOPMENT PARKING REGULATIONS BYLAW NO. 7013
A BYLAW TO REGULATE DEVELOPMENT PARKING WITHIN THE CITY OF NANAIMO
FIRE PROTECTION AND LIFE SAFETY REGULATION BYLAW 2011 NO. 7108
To regulate fire protection and life safety and provide emergency services.
"PROPERTY MAINTENANCE AND STANDARDS BYLAW 2017 NO. 7242"
A BYLAW TO AUTHORIZE PROPERTY MAINTENANCE AND STANDARDS

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