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Derelict Vehicles

Frequently Asked Questions

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What is considered a derelict vehicle?
  • A vehicle is considered derelict if:
    • not in operational condition AND
    • wrecked or partly wrecked, rusted or dismantled or partly dismantled AND
    • not insured and registered under The Highway Traffic Act and does not have a current, valid licence plate attached to it AND
    • left outside a building for more than one month
  • For more information, see the Neighbourhood Liveability By-law 1/2008
How do I report a derelict vehicle or auto parts on a property?
  • Contact the City at 311 to register a complaint.
What happens if a vehicle is deemed derelict?
  • The City will issue an order to have the derelict vehicle removed. The order may be appealed.
  • The City will remove derelict vehicles on expiry of the order.
Last update: February 26, 2020