Responsibilities of the Protective Services department include the enforcement of on street and off street parking, animal control, noise control, clean yards, property standards and other regulatory by-laws. The most frequently requested by-laws can be found in the Policies & By-Laws page.You may also view all the by-laws in the By-Law Register.
To lodge a complaint or obtain information on any of these by-laws, or to inquire about any other regulatory by-law, please contact the Township office and ask to speak to a by-law enforcement officer.
Officers will respond to clean yard/property standard calls with an on-site investigation after which the necessary procedures will be taken to ensure compliance.
To report a vicious dog or a dog bite incident, please contact Oxford County Public Health at 519-539-9800.
||By-law Compliance Officers are given the task to investigate complaints received from the public about alleged violations of various municipal bylaws.
||All dogs within the Township be identified with a tag, although tags do not have to be purchased through the Township Office. Owners of a kennel also require a license to operate. Please note that the Township does not provide for picking up feline (cat) or other domestic pets running at large.
||Information regarding wildlife control. Please note that the Township does not provide for wildlife control services on private property.