The Dundas Valley Sunrise Rotary Club and the City of Hamilton are pleased to present Victoria Day Fireworks. Standing water can be a breeding area for pests, including mosquitoes, and is likely to interfere with the enjoyment of the use of private properties and public areas. 07-170 (PDF, 2 MB) Fireworks Bylaws in Canada Below is a list of Fireworks Bylaws governing the sale and discharge of Family Fireworks in various municipalities across Canada. 10-260. Start, grow and operate your business here. Please add By-law No. 02-283 (PDF, 768 KB). Hamilton, Ontario, L8R 2K3 City of Hamilton Read about Hamilton’s Open Air Burning By-law No. Many trees on front lawns are actually on the road allowance, which is City-owned property. Amplified sound does not exceed 90 dBA as measured 10 metres from its source. 07-282 (PDF, 545 KB) and exemptions. Read about Hamilton’s Snow off Sidewalks By-law No. 12-130 (PDF, 152 KB). Noise Exemption Permits may be issued with these restrictions: When considering the issuance of a permit the City will take into consideration: The City may impose certain conditions such as: If the applicant is found in contravention of any conditions in the Exemption Permit, the permit may be rescinded. You must keep your property clean of waste and ensure grass and weeds do not exceed 20 cm (8 inches) in height. This is a free event but the Rotary Club would appreciate cash donation at the gate to help finance its various service projects. 77 James Street North, Suite 250 Licensing and By-Law Services Hamilton, OntarioAccepted methods of payment: Cash, Debit Card, Visa or Mastercard. Check the maps for the areas of the pilot at www.hamilton.ca/outdoorcommercialpatio. You must not feed wildlife on your property, except for birds. Cheques or money orders are payable to the City of Hamilton. Read more about Hamilton’s Tree on Public Property By-law No. 10-260, Application and Fees paid with at least 60 days prior to the event: $185, Application and Fees paid with less than 60 days prior to the event: $279. Submit any documents that support your grounds of appeal, such as photographs to: Send the completed notice and fee by registered mail or deliver in person to: Review fees for clean-up, repair or demolition costs. Hamilton’s ban on all fireworks is still in effect for July 1. You must not act in a way that could be considered a public nuisance. Do not send cash in the mail. Read more about Hamilton’s Wildlife By-law No. Amplified sound does not exceed 60 dBA at any point on a property, including City property, other than the address of the event. 71 Main Street West, 1st Floor 10-122 Heat By-law No. No Hamilton residents can set off family fireworks except on Victoria Day and Canada Day weekends without a permit. 10-221 (PDF, 161 KB). The ban will remain … 10-118. No person can make or permit an unreasonable noise or a noise that is likely to disturb their neighbours in Hamilton. You should be familiar with the by-laws to understand your responsibilities and avoid by-law violations. City council has approved a temporary ban on the sale and use of fireworks in Hamilton, but feelings are mixed on the issue. Fax: 905-540-6280. No Hamilton residents can set off family fireworks except on Victoria Day and Canada Day weekends without a permit. All maps are included with the exception of the Bayfront area. Hamilton, Ontario L8P 4Y5Accepted method of payment: Cheque. Amendments to By-law No. any noise does not exceed 90 dBA as measured 10 m from its source, any noise does not exceed 60 dBA at a point of reception. You must not trim, cut, remove, nail, rope, wire or fasten anything to a City-owned tree. However, a large number of people cannot gather on private property. All property owners must maintain and repair the interior and exterior of their property in accordance with certain standards. Read about Hamilton’s Property Standards By-law No. 03-125 (PDF, 390 KB). A Noise Exemption Permit Application may be made when a company, person or event believes they are going to exceed the allowed regulations in the Noise By-law. Hamilton has several by-laws that ensure properties are kept to a minimum standard. City services and programs for residents. Live music and food trucks will be on site starting at 6 pm, with a professional fireworks display beginning at 9:30 pm. Email: [email protected]. 10-118 Fees to apply for a Noise Exemption Permit: There are three different types of Noise Exemption Permits (each has their own application). The exterior of property needs to be free of graffiti including all buildings, structures, fence, walls and vehicles. Read about Hamilton’s Noise Control By-law No. 02-285 (PDF, 719 KB). 15-125, Vacant Building Registry By-law No. A property owner has the right to appeal the Order to Comply to the Property Standards Appeal Committee for a decision. Read more about Hamilton’s Pesticides By-law No. 03-173 and exemptions (PDF, 61 KB). 11-285 (PDF, 598 KB) and exemptions for various activities. 03-125, Noise Exemption Permit Application - Construction, Noise Exemption Permit Application - Event, Hamilton’s Tree on Public Property By-law No. Read about Hamilton’s Public Nuisance By-law No. Prior to this pilot, the Zoning By-law prohibited entertainment of any kind on a patio. If your Municipality is not listed here, you can access the Fireworks Bylaw for your area by searching online or … If this is required, they should complete an application and submit it with payment with as much advance notice as possible. Fortification By-law No. How to apply: Complete the Noise Exemption Permit Application - Construction (PDF, 92 KB) and submit in person or by fax to: Municipal Law Enforcement This Permit is posted in a conspicuous place at the address during the event where it can be viewed by police, municipal law enforcement and the public. All inquiries should be directed to 905-546-2782 or [email protected]. These standards are put in place to protect the health and safety of occupants and the general public. Municipal Law Enforcement staff will not conduct a file review unless payment is made in full. This could be for a fundraiser, backyard party, wedding, cultural event, etc.). Such acts include urinating or defecating in public places and knocking over mailboxes, relay boxes, newspaper boxes, recycling boxes and waste collection containers. By mail to: Adjudicator Explore the best the City has to offer to visitors and newcomers. 10-142 (PDF, 509 KB) and Hamilton's Fencing of Private Outdoor Swimming Pools By-law No. 20-077 (PDF, 93 KB). The city banned the sale and use of fireworks, including sparklers, and shooting off rockets in homeowners’ backyards back in May, until July 4. 03-296 (PDF, 162 KB). Families can burst firecrackers in the housing areas with following all social distancing norms in place. According to a news publication, fireworks can be used on private property without a permit. Hamilton Hamilton residents are actually not allowed to have fireworks at all to celebrate Victoria Day this year because they're now banned until July. A construction project may require work to be done outside the permitted times of 7 am to 7 pm. If you feed birds, the feeding must not disturb your neighbours. If you want to build a fence on your property, you must follow the standards and guidelines set out by Hamilton’s Fence By-law and Hamilton's Fencing of Private Outdoor Swimming Pools. No Hamilton residents can set off family fireworks except on Victoria Day and Canada Day weekends without a permit. 15-125 (PDF, 856 KB). You must clear all snow and ice from your sidewalks within 24 hours after a snowfall, or 24 hours after a series of snowfalls. The most commonly requested by-laws are listed below or you can read about all Hamilton By-laws. If you are not able to meet an Order to Comply under the Yard Maintenance By-law and the Property Standards By-law you will be charged a fee by the City of Hamilton to complete the work. Do not send cash in the mail. You must ensure that standing water does not accumulate on your property between April 1 and October 31 of each year. Submit the completed request form and fee. The volume of the sound is lowered or turned off immediately during the event at the request of police or municipal law enforcement.