​​​​​The Property Standards section is responsible for the enforcement of private property offences, in order to ensure residents maintain their properties. The section is composed of 20 officers, of which 4 are assigned to the Second Unit Task Force. During the summer months, post-secondary students are hired as Summer Inspectors to address excess grass and weed growth, as well as waste-related complaints.​

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​Materials and equipment cannot be placed or delivered onto City streets, City property, adjacent City park(s) or parklands, nor boulevards. It creates unsafe conditions and is a safety and liability concern.

Driveways

The Zoning By-law defines a driveway and regulates dimensions in order to maintain proper drainage and appropriate community standards.

Garbage and Debris

The City of Brampton regulates proper disposal of garbage and debris, as well as proper storage of Peel Region waste carts and other containers.

Home Maintenance (Exterior)

Buildings (including dwellings) need to be structurally sound, in good working order and maintained appropriately.

Home Maintenance (Interior)

Living accommodations provided by property owners/landlords need to be in good working order and maintained appropriately.

Home Occupations

The Zoning By-law regulates home occupations in order to maintain the quality and safety of the City's residential neighbourhoods.

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Illegal Outdoor Truck, Intermodal, and Storage Facilities

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Truck, intermodal, and storage facilities are only permitted on lands that are zoned to permit the storage of trucks, trailers, chassis, containers, and related goods and businesses.

Sheds and Accessory Structures

The Zoning By-law regulates accessory buildings and structures with regards to the number permitted, location and dimensions.

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Trailers, Boats and Recreational Vehicles

The Zoning By-law regulates outdoor storage of trailers and recreational vehicles in order to uphold community standards.

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Vital Services

The Vital Services By-law outlines the responsibility to provide tenants with adequate and suitable heat, supply of water, fuel, electricity and gas.

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Yard Maintenance

Properties need to be maintained in a clean and tidy state, free from unsightly and hazardous conditions, to uphold safety and community standards.

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Contact By-law Enforcement

By-law Enforcement, Property Standards and Licensing Divisions

Flower City Community Campus
8850 McLaughlin Road South, Unit 2
Brampton, ON L6Y 5T1

Hours of Operation:
Monday to Friday, 8:30am to 4:30pm

Contact By-Law Enforcement

Phone:
Dial 3-1-1 (within City limits)
905.874.2000 (outside City limits)
905.874.2130 (Teletypewriter or Text Telephone)

Email: enforcement@brampton.ca
Emails received after business hours will be responded to the next business day.