The Municipalities Act of New Brunswick authorizes the Town of Oromocto Council to establish services that are deemed to be expedient for the peace, order and good governance of the municipality and for promoting the health, safety and welfare of its residents. The act also permits local governments to enact by-laws to carry out these services. In order to do so, each by-law is validated once it is read three times by title and read in its entirety in a regular or special meeting of Council at least once prior to third reading by title. It does not matter if the by-law is a new one, is being amended or is being repealed, the process each time is the same.
All Town by-laws are maintained by the Town Clerk's Office. You may receive a copy of any one of these by-laws by contacting the Town Clerk’s office at (506) 357-4442, or by-laws can be viewed in PDF format as listed below.
The Town of Oromocto has a number of By-Laws respecting Administrative Matters, Land Use, Regulations and Licensing, Safety, Traffic and Streets, Public Works, and Zoning.
By-Laws Respecting Zoning/Land Use:
Parkland - By-Law 412, A By-Law Relating to Parkland in the Town of Oromocto
Planning Advisory Committee - By-Law 530, A By-Law to Establish a Planning Advisory Committee
Trees - By-Law 209, A By-Law Providing for the Protection of Trees from Insect Damage
By-Laws Respecting Regulations and Licensing:
Transient Traders & Businesses - By-Law 503, A By-Law Relating to Transient Traders & Businesses in the Town of Oromocto
Taxicabs - By-Law 418, A By-Law to Regulate Taxicab Owners and Drivers in the Town of Oromocto
Sunday Shopping - By-Law 409, A By-Law Relating to the Operation of Retail Businesses Within the Town of Oromocto
Building - By-Law 413, A Building By-Law
Begging and Soliciting - By-Law 405, A By-Law to Begging and Soliciting in the Town of Oromocto
By-Laws Respecting Safety:
Animal Control - By-Law 417, A By-Law Establishing Control of Animals in the Town of Oromocto
Curfew - By-Law 208, A By-Law to Establish a Curfew
Emergency Planning - By-Law 316, The Town of Oromocto Emergency Planning By-Law
Firearms - By-Law 407, A By-Law Respecting Discharge of Firearms in the Town of Oromocto
Fire Department - By-Law 220, A By-Law Relating to the Fire Department
Fires - By-Law 315, A By-Law Relating to Fires - Prevention & Extinguishment
Noise & Nuisance - By-Law 313, A By-Law of the Town of Oromocto Relating to Noise, Nuisance and Disturbance
Unsightly Premises - By-Law 415, A By-Law Respecting Dangerous and Unsightly Premises Within the Town of Oromocto
By-Laws Respecting Streets and Traffic:
Controlled Access - By-Law 500 A By-Law Respecting Controlled Access Streets in the Town of Oromocto
Litter - By-Law 240, A By-Law Prohibiting the Throwing or Depositing of Litter on the Streets in the Town of Oromocto
Streets, Sidewalks and Public Spaces - By-Law 501, A By-Law Relating to Streets, Sidewalks and Public Spaces in the Town of Oromocto
Street Closures - By-Law 419, A By-Law Relating to the Stopping Up and Closing of Streets in the Town of Oromocto
Traffic - By-Law 502, A By-Law Relating to Traffic in the Town of Oromocto.
By-Laws Respecting Public Works:
Garbage - By-Law 403, A By-Law Relating to Collection and Disposal of Garbage and Other Material
Local Improvements - By-Law 217, A By-Law Related to Local Improvements
Water and Sewage - By-Law 318, A By-Law Establishing Water and Sanitary Sewage Services and Rates in the Town of Oromocto
For more information about how the Town enforces its by-laws or to register a complaint click here.
If you require additional information , please contact:
Town Clerk's Office
4 Doyle Drive
Contact: Cindy Abbott
Hours of Operation:
Monday to Friday
8:30 am to 4:30pm
4 Doyle Drive, Oromocto NB E2V 2V3