Enforcement Services, By-Law and Parking

April 9, 2021

ENFORCEMENT SERVICES ADVISEMENT

The City of Timmins Enforcement Services department will have our Municipal Law Enforcement Officers patrolling on weekends - starting this weekend - at all retail stores that are legislated to remain open during the Provincial lock down, in order to enforce the Provincial Order and new regulations. 

Enforcement Services will also monitor any stores that must remain closed during this time, to ensure compliance.  Many retailers which can be open have been provided direction if they must close off sections of their store as per the Provincial legislation and will be inspected regularly.  

Our Municipal Law Enforcement officers have provided active Covid19 education to customers and retailers over the past year, however, the education phase is over and charges will be laid if found in contravention of the provincial order.

Our department has always been available to give direction and have assisted many retailers and residents in navigating through the ever changing legislation and are dedicated in keeping our community safe.

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Provincial Offences Act - Part II

As of April 9, 2021 the Regulate Traffic By Law 1983-2004 set fines have increased from $12.00 to $20.00.  A voluntary payment option of $16.00 is available if paid within three (3) days of the offence.

For a summary of changes click 1983-2004 Regulate Traffic Set Fines

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March 3, 2021

PARKING ADVISEMENT

Please be advised that as of May 1st, 2021 the Fire Hall Lot will no longer be available for parking with a City of Timmins Parking Permit

Any vehicles found in this parking lot after May 1st, 2021, not associated with the Fire Department - whether they have a valid City of Timmins Parking Permit, or not - will be ticketed and towed at the owner's expense.

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Animal Control Service

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705 - 531 - 2998

www.pads-k9protectionanddetectionservice.ca

The City of Timmins welcomes PADS-K9 Protection and Detection Service who will begin providing their services to educate and enforce animal control by-laws, as of January 1, 2021

  • By-Law No 2005-6220 - Licence, Registration, Regulate and Control of Cats, as amended
  • By-Law No. 2004-6014 - Licence, Registration, Regulate and Control of Dogs; as amended
  • By Law No. 1994-4232 - Regulate and Prohibit The Keeping of Certain Kinds of Animals; as amended

They will provide an ongoing 24-hour/ 7 day a week service to our community ensuring any animal control service call will always be answered, no matter the time of of day or night.  

As a responsible pet owner, you are required to have your dog/cat licenced withing the by-laws of the City of Timmins, which can be done by visiting their office, located at 190 Third Ave, Timmins between the hours of 9:00am to 4:30am, Monday to Friday.    

Alternate locations authorized to sell City of Timmins pet licences are: Timmins Animal Hospital, and Spoiled Rotten.   For Convenience, licences can also be purchased from the animal control officer when they are out on-duty, with either a debit or visa.                             

Regular patrols will be made of our local parks and trails as they look forward to working with the public in keeping our community safe, not only for our residents, but for our four-legged friends also.  

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NOTICE TO PUBLIC   -   NOVEMBER 25, 2020