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1 minute ago, MrTomato said:

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In what country was the hula hoop illegal?
 

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26 abr. 2017 - The City of Guelph's Yard Maintenance By-law was established in 2008. The By-law regulates the general maintenance of all properties located within the City.

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he City of Guelph Property Standards By-law regulates the maintenance ... The Property Standards By-law is enforced on a complaint basis.

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DOG BYLAW (ANIMAL CONTROL)

- No person within the township of Guelph/Eramosa shall own or harbour more than two dogs within or about any household.

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dead or decaying trees which pose a safety hazard

dilapidated buildings and structures

substandard plumbing, electrical, heating and ventilation systems in dwelling units

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The City of Guelph Property Standards By-law regulates the maintenance and occupancy of all properties located within the City of Guelph. Property standards complaints most often received by City staff include:

dead or decaying trees which pose a safety hazard

dilapidated buildings and structures

substandard plumbing, electrical, heating and ventilation systems in dwelling units

The Property Standards By-law is enforced on a complaint basis.

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The bylaw, passed in 2008, lays out a number of general standards for the city’s property owners, including keeping grass and weeds below 20 cm in height, keeping the land free and clear of garbage, animal excrement, non-licensed vehicles or trailers, inoperable appliances, shopping carts, among other items, as well as ensuring hedges, trees and branches located on private property do not hinder pedestrian traffic.

Property owners are also responsible for maintaining walkways, driveways, parking spaces and steps on their property.

Residents who may face charges under Guelph’s yard maintenance bylaw will now receive a warning before the city takes action.

According to a report sent to councillors on Friday, a change is being made to the bylaw that will permit city staff to serve informal advance warnings to property owners that are not in compliance with the city’s yard maintenance bylaw.

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