1 THE CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF GUELPH By-Law Number (2000) [Office Consolidation] A By-law to prescribe standards for the maintenance and occupancy of property, and to adopt Municipal Code Amendment #254 which amends Chapter #220 of the Corporation of the City of Guelph s Municipal Code, and to repeal previous By-laws. [amended by By-laws (2001)-16498, (2003)-17109; (2005)-17800; (2012)-19425] WHEREAS the Official Plan for The Corporation of the City of Guelph includes provisions relating to property conditions; AND WHEREAS Section 15.1-(3) of the Building Code Act, S.O. 1992, c.23, provides that a by-law may be passed by the Council of a municipality prescribing the standards for the maintenance and occupancy of property within the municipality provided the Official Plan for the municipality includes provisions relating to property conditions; AND WHEREAS the Council of The Corporation of the City of Guelph desires that a By-law be enacted pursuant to Section 15.1-(3) of the Building Code Act, within the limits of the City of Guelph, including those areas annexed in 1993; AND WHEREAS Section 15.6-(1) of the Building Code Act, requires that a Bylaw passed under Section 15.1-(3) of the Act shall provide for the establishment of a Property Standards Committee; NOW THEREFORE THE COUNCIL OF THE CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF GUELPH ENACTS AS FOLLOWS: 1. SHORT TITLE This By-law may be cited as the Property Standards By-law. 2. INTERPRETATION [amended by By-laws (2003)-17109; (2005)-17800; (2012)-19425] For the purpose of this By-law, the following terms shall have the corresponding meaning: 2.1 Accessory Building means a detached subordinate structure not used for human habitation located on the same lot as the main building. 2.2 Building means a structure occupying an area greater than ten square metres consisting of a wall, roof and floor or any of them or a structural system serving the function thereof including all plumbing, works, fixtures and service systems appurtenant thereto, but does not include an accessory building. 2.3 City means the Corporation of the City of Guelph. 2.4 Dwelling Unit means a suite operated as a housekeeping unit, used or intended to be used as a domicile by one or more persons and usually containing cooking, eating, living, sleeping and sanitary facilities. 2.5 Guard means a protective barrier around openings in floors or at the open sides of stairs, landings, balconies, mezzanines, galleries, raised walkways or other locations to prevent accidental falls from one level to another. Such barrier may or may not have openings through it.
2 Page 2 of By-law Number (2000) Habitable Room means any room in a dwelling unit used for or capable of being used for living, cooking, sleeping, eating or sanitary purposes. 2.7 Lodging House means a residential unit which is used by or on behalf of the owners to provide lodging units for hire or gain directly or indirectly to more than 3 other persons, with or without meals. 2.8 Occupant" means any person or persons over the age of 18 years in possession of the property. 2.9 Ontario Building Code means regulations made under Section 34 of the Building Code Act, S.O. 1992, C.23, as amended, or any successor thereof Owner includes the person for the time being managing or receiving the rent of the land or premises in connection with which the word is used, whether on the person s own account or as agent or trustee of any other person, or who would receive the rent if the land and premises were let, and a lessee or occupant of the property who, under the terms of a lease, is required to repair and maintain the property in accordance with the standards for the maintenance and occupancy of property Property means a building or structure or part of a building or structure, and includes the lands and premises appurtenant thereto and all mobile homes, mobile buildings, mobile structures, accessory buildings, fences and erections thereon whether heretofore or hereafter erected, and includes vacant property Spillage Susceptible Combustion Appliance means a vented combustion appliance that is not vented with a positive mechanical means or does not employ sealed combustion Storm Water means water from rainfall, other natural precipitation or from the melting of snow or ice Storm Water Disposal System means all connected piping, including building storm drains, a building storm sewer, storm drainage piping, subsoil drainage pipes, sump pump piping, catch basins, manholes, water courses, ditches, ponds and drainage swales used to convey storm water from private lands to a municipal storm drainage facility. 3. GENERAL STANDARDS FOR ALL PROPERTIES [amended by By-laws (2003)-17109; (2005)-17800; (2012)-19425] PROPERTY 3.1 Every property shall be kept free of any: object or condition that may create a health, fire, or accident hazard; noxious weeds, as defined in accordance with the provisions of the Weed Control Act R.S.O Chapter W.5, or any successor thereof, that directly affect lands used for industries of agriculture and horticulture; dilapidated or collapsed structure; dead or decaying tree, shrub or brush that creates an unsafe condition; unstable soil and erosion; ponding of water, unless designed for such use. PARKING AREAS, WALKS AND DRIVEWAYS 3.2 Every area used for vehicular traffic and parking shall have a surface covering of asphalt, concrete, or compacted stone or gravel and shall be kept in good repair and free of dust or obstructions.
3 Page 3 of By-law Number (2000) ACCESSORY BUILDINGS AND OTHER STRUCTURES 3.3 Every accessory building, fence, sign, retaining wall and other structure shall be maintained in a structurally sound condition, and have all exposed surfaces maintained in good repair by the use of paint, stain or the like, so as to prevent deterioration due to weather conditions, insects or other damage. GARBAGE CONTAINERS AND STORAGE 3.4 Every building and dwelling unit shall be provided with a sufficient number of suitable receptacles to contain all garbage, rubbish and waste generated from the property and be made available for regular removal. Receptacles stored outside of a building, including within a carport, on a covered porch or on an exterior balcony, shall be constructed of watertight material, be rodent proof and be provided with a tight fitting cover. 3.5 Except as provided in section 3.6, every garbage and waste receptacle shall be stored in one of the following locations: in a garbage room designated only for such use within a building, within a garage, within a carport, within an accessory building, on a covered porch, on an exterior balcony, or in any location in the rear yard. 3.6 City issued waste carts may be stored in any exterior location on the property, except carts stored in the front yard of the property must be located adjacent to a building, an accessory building or a fence. The exterior location does not include the City owned road allowance or boulevard. PEST PREVENTION 3.7 Every building and accessory building shall be kept free of rodents, vermin and insects. Every yard shall be kept free of rodents and vermin. Nothing in this section shall apply to the control of termites or other wood-destroying insects as regulated pursuant to the City's Termite Control By-law (1984) or any successors thereof. 3.8 Every opening in a building, including any openable window, that might permit the entry of rodents, vermin and insects, shall be screened or sealed. FIREWOOD 3.9 No firewood shall be stored in a yard that fronts on a municipal street. Firewood may be stored in a rear yard or side yard subject to the following conditions: COMPOST Firewood stored in a side yard or rear yard shall be at least 0.6 metres (24 inches) from every property line No piece of firewood shall exceed 0.6 metres (24 inches) in length and all firewood shall be stacked and maintained in an orderly pile On a property that is less than 0.4 hectares (1 acre) in size, no firewood pile shall exceed 1.5 metres (59 inches) in height or cover more than 20.0 square metres (215 square feet) On a property that is 0.4 hectares (1 acre) or greater in size, no firewood pile shall cover an area greater than square metres (1,076 square feet) Compost on every property shall be contained in a composter or an open pile that is not larger than 2.0 square metres (21.5 square feet) in area and 1.0 metre (39 inches) in height Section 3.10 does not apply to a property if composting is necessary for the operation of a business enterprise lawfully situated on the property.
4 Page 4 of By-law Number (2000) Every composter or compost pile shall be maintained to deter animals. STORM WATER DISPOSAL 3.13 Every storm water disposal system shall be maintained in the condition for which is was designed and shall not be blocked, altered, filled or obstructed If an adequate storm water disposal system or an adequate municipal storm drainage facility is not available to the property, storm water shall be disposed of in a manner acceptable to the Director of Engineering Every building sump pump shall discharge water to a storm water disposal system If there is no storm water disposal system on the property, the building sump pump is to be discharged to the rear yard and/or front yard unless site specific conditions dictate otherwise. 4. BUILDING STANDARDS FOR ALL PROPERTIES STRUCTURAL STANDARDS 4.1 Every part of a building shall be maintained in a sound condition so as to be capable of safely sustaining its own weight and any additional load to which it may be subjected through normal use, having a level of safety required by the Ontario Building Code. Structural members or materials that have been damaged or indicate evidence of deterioration shall be repaired or replaced. 4.2 Every wall, roof, and other exterior part of a building shall be kept free from loose or any improperly secured object or material. 4.3 Every exterior wall, foundation, floor and roof shall be maintained to prevent the entry of water into the building. 4.4 Every exterior surface of a building shall be maintained in good repair by the use of paint, stain or the like, so as to prevent deterioration due to weather conditions, insects or other damage. 4.5 Every window, door and skylight shall be maintained in good repair and weather tight to prevent infiltration by the elements. Screening shall be provided on openable windows and be maintained in good repair. 4.6 Every eavestrough and downspout shall be maintained in good repair. 4.7 Roof drainage shall not be discharged directly from any building onto any walkway, stair, or adjacent property. PLUMBING 4.8 All plumbing, including drains, water supply pipes, water closets and other plumbing fixtures shall be maintained in good working condition free of leaks and defects and all water pipes and appurtenances thereto shall be protected from freezing. 4.9 Sanitary sewage from a fixture shall be discharged through a water seal trap to the municipal sanitary sewer or an approved sewage system. ELECTRICAL SERVICE 4.10 Electrical installations necessary to provide electrical power shall be adequate for the need and be maintained in accordance with the Electrical Safety Code of Ontario, or any successor thereof Every washroom, kitchen, laundry room, furnace room, basement, stairway and hall shall be equipped with a permanent light fixture in good working order.
5 Page 5 of By-law Number (2000) Every public hallway and stairway shall be illuminated throughout at all times to a minimum level of illumination of 50 lux. HEATING SYSTEMS 4.13 Every building, except for an industrial occupancy, shall be provided with heating facilities capable of maintaining an indoor ambient temperature of 21 degrees Celsius (70 degrees F.) in all occupied areas Every heating system, fuel burning appliance, chimney, and other mechanical system shall be operated and maintained in good working order and free from unsafe conditions No portable heating equipment shall be used as the primary source of heat in any room. WALLS, CEILINGS AND FLOORS 4.16 Every wall, ceiling and floor in a building shall be maintained so as to provide a continuous surface free of any hole, crack, loose covering or other defects Every floor in any washroom, laundry room or kitchen shall be maintained so as to be impervious to water and able to be easily cleaned Every wall surrounding a shower or bathtub shall be impervious to water in accordance with Ontario Building Code requirements Where a fire-resistant wall, ceiling or door exists between two or more separate dwelling units, such wall, ceiling or door shall be maintained in a condition which maintains its fire-resistant rating. STAIRS, PORCHES, BALCONIES, RAMPS AND FIRE ESCAPES 4.20 Every inside and outside stair, porch, balcony, landing, ramp and fire escape shall be maintained so as to be free of any hole, crack, and other defect which may constitute an accident hazard. Every existing component of a stair, porch, balcony, landing, ramp or fire escape that is broken, warped, loose, rotted or deteriorated shall be repaired or replaced. GUARDS AND HANDRAILS 4.21 A handrail shall be installed in conjunction with every set of stairs containing three (3) or more risers and such handrail shall be adequately secured and maintained in good repair Guards shall be installed around the perimeter of the higher floor surface where there is a difference in elevation to adjacent surfaces of more than 0.6 metres (24 inches) and such guards shall be maintained in good repair Every guard shall be a minimum of 0.9 metres (36 inches) in height, where required by Section The installation of new and replacement guards shall comply with the Ontario Building Code. EGRESS 4.25 Every building shall have a safe, continuous and unobstructed passage from the interior of the building to the exterior leading to the street or grade level. ELEVATING DEVICES 4.26 Every elevator and other elevating device shall be operational, accessible and maintained in good repair at all times.
6 Page 6 of By-law Number (2000) VACATED OR FIRE DAMAGED BUILDINGS 4.27 Every vacant or fire-damaged building shall be kept free from any flammable substance or debris and shall have all water, electrical and gas services to the building turned off except those services that are required for the security and maintenance of the property Every fire-damaged building shall be demolished or restored so that the building is structurally sound. Every opening in a fire-damaged building shall be boarded up to prevent unauthorized entry into the building until the necessary work is completed Every vacant building shall be maintained in a secure condition to prevent unauthorized entry. 5. ADDITIONAL RESIDENTIAL STANDARDS [amended by By-law (2005)-17800] SAFETY AND SECURITY 5.1 Every openable window within 2 metres of grade (6.5 feet), exterior door and every entrance door to a dwelling unit shall be equipped with hardware so as to be capable of being locked or otherwise secured. 5.2 Every entrance door to a dwelling unit shall be a solid core door, excluding the glazed areas. 5.3 Every entrance door locking release mechanism and every dwelling unit-tovestibule communication system shall be maintained in proper working order. 5.4 Every window located greater than 2.0 metres (78 inches) above grade in residential buildings, within the scope of Part 3 of the Ontario Building Code, shall be provided with a controlled sash operation, to restrict, when engaged, the opening of the operable sash to not more than 0.10 metres (4 inches). 5.5 Every dwelling unit shall be provided with an operable smoke alarm. Smoke alarms shall be located between each sleeping area and the remainder of the dwelling unit. 5.6 Every floor level containing a bedroom in residential buildings within the scope of Part 9 of the Ontario Building Code, shall be provided with a window or exterior door having a minimum openable area of 0.35 square metres (3.8 square feet) and a minimum dimension of 0.38 metres (15 inches). 5.7 An approved carbon monoxide detector shall be installed in any room within a dwelling unit which contains a spillage susceptible combustion appliance. KITCHENS 5.8 Every kitchen in a dwelling unit or lodging house shall be equipped with: a sink that is served with an adequate supply of hot and cold potable water and that is surrounded by surfaces impervious to water; a cupboard, shelving or pantry for storage of food, dishes and cooking utensils; a counter top work area covered with a material that is impervious to water and is able to be easily cleaned; a space provided for cooking and refrigeration appliances including suitable electrical or gas connections; appliances that are in safe and proper working order, where such appliances are provided.
7 WASHROOM FACILITIES Page 7 of By-law Number (2000) Every dwelling unit shall contain a washroom consisting of at least one operational water closet, wash basin, and a bathtub or shower. Every wash basin, bathtub and shower shall have an adequate supply of hot and cold potable water. Every water closet shall have an adequate supply of running water Every required washroom shall be accessible by the occupant without having to travel through any room of another dwelling unit, through an unheated corridor or to the outside of the building Every lodging house shall provide a minimum of one washroom for every five lodgers Every required washroom shall be located in a room used for no other purpose and provided with a door capable of being locked from the inside and opened from the outside in an emergency. NATURAL LIGHT 5.13 Every living room and bedroom in a dwelling unit shall have an exterior window or skylight with a minimum glass area equal to 2.5% of the floor area of that room. VENTILATION 5.14 Every habitable room in a dwelling unit shall be provided with an openable window or an adequate mechanical ventilation system. OCCUPANCY STANDARDS 5.15 Accumulation or storage of garbage, refuse, appliances, or furniture in hallways, stairways or balconies shall not be permitted All habitable rooms shall have a minimum ceiling height of 1.95 metres (77 inches), unless otherwise authorized by the Ontario Building Code Section 5.16 does not apply where the original roof construction has created a lessor ceiling height and, in such event, a minimum of one-half of such room area shall have a ceiling height of 1.95 metres (77 inches) Every room in any dwelling unit used for sleeping purposes shall have a minimum room area of 7.0 square metres (75 square feet) The number of occupants in a dwelling unit shall not exceed one person for every 13 square metres (140 square feet) of total habitable room space. 6. PROPERTY STANDARDS COMMITTEE [amended by By-law (2001) A Property Standards Committee shall function as set out in Section 15.6 of the Building Code Act, to hear and rule on appeals against the Orders of the Property Standards Officer. 6.2 The Property Standards Committee shall be comprised of five (5) persons but not less than three (3) persons. 6.3 Every member of the Property Standards Committee shall be a Canadian Citizen, 18 years of age or older, and either the owner or tenant of land, or the spouse of an owner or tenant of land in the municipality. 6.4 Notwithstanding Section 6.3, an employee of the City of Guelph, an employee of local board as defined in the Municipal Affairs Act other than a school board, a judge of any court, a member of the Legislative Assembly, and a Crown employee within the meaning of the Public Service Act, shall be disqualified.
8 Page 8 of By-law Number (2000) A person currently serving on the Property Standards Committee, who does not meet the eligibility requirements set out in Section 6.3 may be permitted to complete the balance of their appointment, but shall not be eligible for reappointment unless the eligibility requirements can be met. 6.6 The term of appointment to the Property Standards Committee shall be one (1) year for first time appointments and up to three (3) years for any subsequent appointments. 6.7 Where a member of the Property Standards Committee fails to attend three (3) successive regular meetings of the Committee without being authorized to do so by a resolution of the Committee entered upon its minutes, the member may be terminated. 6.8 The Property Standards Committee shall meet as required to study and report on business of the Committee, as soon as is practicable, upon receipt of a notice of appeal of an Order. 7. ENFORCEMENT [amended by By-law (2012)-19425] 7.1 The owner or occupant of any property that does not conform to the standards established in this By-law shall either: repair and maintain such property to conform with the standards of this By-law; or clear the property of all buildings, structures, debris and refuse and leave it in a graded and levelled condition. 8. PENALTY CLAUSE [amended by By-law (2001)-16498] 8.1 Every owner or occupant who fails to comply with an Order that is final and binding is guilty of an offence. 8.2 Every person who is convicted of an offence under any provision of this By-law be liable to a penalty as set out in Section 36 of the Building Code Act, S.O. 1992, c.23, as amended from time to time, or any successor thereof. 9. PRIOR BY-LAWS REPEALED By-law Numbers (1968)-6952, (1978)-9884, (1979)-10110, (1980)-10423, (1983)-11258, (1985)-11723, as amended, are hereby repealed. Pursuant to Section 3 of the Order in Council made March 25, 1993 and registered as Instrument Number on December 3, 1993, Township of Puslinch By-law and Township of Guelph By-law 40-92, as they apply to the annexed lands, are hereby repealed. 10. MUNICIPAL CODE AMENDED Chapter 220, Property Maintenance, Article 2 of the City of Guelph Municipal Code is hereby deleted and this By-law substituted therefore, being Municipal Code Amendment #254. PASSED THIS SIXTEENTH day of OCTOBER, Original Signed By: JOE YOUNG MAYOR Original Signed By: LOIS A GILES - CITY CLERK
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