Local Government Act grants Council the power to pass bylaws. Bylaws are created as a way to address issues and concerns of the local community. They are created to protect the environment, public health, public safety, or to maintain an orderly appearance in your community and city.
Find a Bylaw
These search functions enable you to search for individual bylaws. If you want to search for consolidated bylaws, please use the 'Download Consolidated' button.
Each bylaw has a unique number. If you know this number, this search feature is the most efficient way to find the bylaw you are seeking.
By Adoption Date:
This search feature allows you to search bylaws by the date they were adopted by City Council.
This search feature allows you to search by keyword.
This feature only enables you to search for keywords in the short title and the legal title of the bylaws. It does not enable you to search the contents of the bylaws.
Each individual bylaw has a unique number. An individual bylaw may be a "parent" bylaw or it may be an amending bylaw. If a bylaw has a consolidated version, the original bylaw (or "parent" bylaw) is updated to include all of the amendments to that bylaw and you will find it in the column marked "consolidated". You can
search for an individual bylaw by number, enactment date, or keyword.
Important information about these bylaws
The City of Prince George provides online versions of bylaws for information and reference purposes only, users refer to these online documents at their own risk. Bylaws are subject to amendment. Citizens should consult the original documents available from Legislative Services Division. If you require a certified true copy of a bylaw and its applicable amending bylaws, please contact Legislative Services at 250-561-7792, or email
email@example.com. Please include the relevant bylaw number in your email. Note that there is a fee associated with this service.
Bylaw enforcement and complaint process
Use this form to report a possible bylaw infraction in your community.
Use this form to dispute a ticket.
Learn more about bylaw enforcement or the complaint process.