WHAT WE DO
Our mandate is to enforce the District’s bylaws, making our community safer and a more enjoyable place to live, work and play. Enforcement isn't always heavy handed. Mostly we educate the public about bylaws and regulations, and work with alleged offenders to gain voluntary compliance to remedy any contraventions. If voluntary compliance is not achieved, we will seek more formal legal remedies.
Our dedicated staff and officers work with District departments and community partners such as police, social agencies, community groups and other levels of government to promote and maintain Squamish as a safe community to live in and visit.
Bylaw Enforcement Office
1000 Finch Drive
Office hours: Monday to Friday, 8:30 am – 4:30 pm
After regular business hours, please leave a message and an officer will return your call the next business day or contact the RCMP Detachment non-emergency line at 604-892-6100.
Under the District of Squamish Noise Regulation Bylaw No. 2312, 2014, it is an offence for Construction Noise to be made from construction activity;
“Construction Noise” means any noise, sound or vibration made on or associated with a construction site including one’s own property:
A Temporary Noise Exemption Permit may be obtained for those construction activities that are exceptionally noisy or for construction activity that must extend beyond the allowable hours because of exigent circumstances.
Please ensure all trades are in compliance.
Construction work which does not generate noise is allowed outside of these hours.
Residents living near or affected by railways operations, including noise from shunting or prolonged blocked crossings, are invited to share their concerns with CN toll-free at 1-888-888-5909 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Traffic violations tickets may be issued without a previous warning.
Bylaw complaints can be made by telephone, using our online feedback form, in writing by...
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