The Village of Fraser Lake responds to complaints received about bylaw violations in the Village of Fraser Lake. Bylaw enforcement generally refers to a host of actions directed at obtaining compliance with local government bylaws, including:

  • educating the public about regulations
  • conducting inspections to ensure that the rules are being followed
  • mediating between members of the public
  • leveraging voluntary compliance with the rules where possible
  • seeking consequences for contraventions where compliance is not forthcoming or harm has been done to the community.

Generally, bylaw enforcement is carried out on a complaint basis.

How do I make a bylaw complaint?

Bylaw complaints may be made by telephone, in writing, by email or in person at the Village Office. You must identify yourself when making the complaint. The Village Office will keep the identity of the complainant confidential unless the complainant has agreed to be identified. When making a complaint, be prepared to give your name, address and telephone number and to provide as many details as possible about the complaint, including the following:

  • address of property involved
  • date(s) when violation observed
  • detailed description of violation.

How does the Village of Fraser Lake respond to complaints?

A Bylaw Enforcement Officer will investigate your complaint as soon as possible. You are encouraged to keep your complaint file up to date and to keep the Bylaw Enforcement Officer apprised of the status of your complaint, if the situation improves, worsens or stays the same.

If there is a contravention of municipal bylaws, Bylaw Enforcement Officers will work with the person responsible to voluntarily remedy the situation.

In relation to certain hazardous situations or declared nuisances, a municipal council may order a person to rectify the situation, or take action to eliminate the hazard or damage and require the person to pay the costs incurred to do so. Where compliance with a bylaw is a condition of a licence or permit, Bylaw Enforcement Officers may find it necessary to suspend the licence or permit until the person, or persons, comply.

The Village of Fraser Lake appreciates your patience in bylaw enforcement matters.

The following is a list of some of the most commonly used bylaws and policies that apply within the boundaries of the Village of Fraser Lake. The policies provide direction on administrative procedures and help guide future decisions of Council.

Bylaw 607 – Animal Control
Bylaw 620 – Council Bylaw
Bylaw 677 – Regulating Winter Season Vehicular Parking
Bylaw 682 – Official Community Plan
Bylaw 683 – Zoning Bylaw
Bylaw 684 – Development Approval Procedures Bylaw
Bylaw 685 – Floodplain Bylaw
Bylaw 686 – Sign Bylaw
Bylaw 692 – Outdoor Solid Fuel Combustion Appliance

Disclaimer

The bylaws on this web site are in most cases office consolidations. They are provided for convenience only and should not be used in place of the actual bylaws of which can be obtained from the Municipal Office.

To have a bylaw e-mailed to you contact the Village of Fraser Lake.
Contact Information:
Village of Fraser Lake
Municipal Office Hours & Location
Weekdays 8:00 am – 4:00 pm
(Closed Statutory Holidays)
PO Box 430, 210 Carrier Cres.
Fraser Lake, British Columbia V0J 1S0
250-699-6257 Phone
250-699-6469 Fax
email us

We make every effort to ensure that the bylaws on this web site are accurate and contain the latest amendments; however, The Village of Fraser Lake can not guarantee the accuracy of information provided.


Village of Fraser Lake

Municipal Office Hours & Location
Weekdays 8:00 am – 4:00 pm (Closed Statutory Holidays)

PO Box 430, 210 Carrier Cres.
Fraser Lake, British Columbia V0J 1S0

Phone 250-699-6257
Fax 250-699-6469
Email Village Office

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