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Brampton: Do you have questions about parking rules? Are you widening your driveway and want to know whether you need a permit? Not sure where to place your bins of landscaping materials? City of Brampton Enforcement Officers will be available to answer these questions and more from May 12 to 16, 2014, 10 am to 9 pm, at an info booth in Bramalea City Center, 2nd floor (near Mappins Jewellers).

“The City’s property standards by-laws are in place to help keep our community safe and beautiful,” says Dave Wilson, Director, By-law and Enforcement Services. “Whether it’s about maintaining yards and fences or rules about parking on the roads or using fireworks, knowing the requirements is valuable to residents.”

Key topics that Enforcement Officers can address at the info booth include: Street and on-property parking rules; Minimum expected standards for yard maintenance; Operating a business from home; Storing unplated and inoperative vehicles; Idling vehicles on the driveway; Noise complaints; Requirements for setting off fireworks on your property; Correct placement of landscaping materials; Permits for installing pool fence enclosures.

This is one of two info booths set up annually to provide residents with an opportunity to learn about by-laws impacting their properties. The next one will be held in the fall when residents can learn about snow clearing and other winter-related by-laws.

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