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2021-005 By-law to provide for the restricing and regulating of traffic and parking on highways or parts of highways under the jurisdiction of the Township of Oro-Medonte and repeal previous by-lawsThe Corporation of the Township of Oro-Medonte By-law No. 2021-005 A By-law to provide for the restricting and regulating of traffic and parking on highways or parts of highways under the jurisdiction of The Corporation of The Township of Oro-Medonte, and to repeal By-law Nos. 2012-168, 2012-181, 2013- 193, 2014-008, 2014-136, 2015-074, 2015-121, 2015-170, 2015-208, 2016-002, 2017- 007, 2020-068, 2020-076, 2020-077, 2020-090 and 2020-091 or any other applicable by-law enacted to regulate Parking and Traffic. (Parking and Traffic By-law) Whereas Section 11 of the Municipal Act, 2001, S.O. 2001, c.25, as amended, states a lower -tier municipality and an upper -tier municipality may pass by-laws respecting matters within the following spheres of jurisdiction: highways including parking and traffic on highways. And Whereas the whole sphere of highways, including parking and traffic on highways is assigned to all upper tier municipalities non - exclusively; And Whereas Section 27(1) of the Municipal Act, 2001, S.O. 2001, c.25, as amended, provides that a municipality may pass By-laws in respect to highways over which it has jurisdiction; And Whereas the part of the parking sphere of jurisdiction relates to municipal parking lots and structures; And Whereas Section 100 of the Municipal Act, 2001, S.O. 2001, c.25, as amended, allows for the regulating or prohibiting the parking or leaving of motor vehicles on private property without the consent of the owner; And Whereas Section 102 of the Municipal Act, 2001, S.O. 2001, c.25, as amended, allows for the establishment of a system of disabled parking; And Whereas Sections 63(1), 101(1) and 102(3) of the Municipal Act, 2001, S.O. 2001, c.25, as amended, allows for the removal and impounding or retraining and immobilization of objects or vehicles placed, stopped, standing or parking on a highway in contravention of a municipal By-law. And Whereas Section 425 of the Municipal Act, 2001, S.O. 2001, c.25, as amended, allows for a municipality to pass By-laws providing that a person who contravenes a Bylaw of the municipality passed under the Municipal Act is guilty of an offence; And Whereas Section 35 of the Municipal Act, 2001, S.O. 2001, c.25, as amended, allows that, a municipality may restrict the common law right of passage by the public over a highway; And Whereas Section 432 of the Municipal Act, 2001, S.O. 2001, c.25, as amended, allows that, a municipality may establish a procedure for the voluntary payment of penalties for By-laws related to the parking, standing or stopping of vehicles. Now Therefore the Council of the Township of Oro-Medonte hereby enacts as follows: That Appendix "A" and Schedules "A", "B", "C", "D" and "E" attached hereto form part of this By-law 2. This by-law shall be cited as "The Township of Oro-Medonte Parking and Traffic By-law." 3. That By-law Nos. 2012-168, 2012-181, 2013-193, 2014-008, 2014-136, 2015- 074, 2015-121, 2015-170, 2015-208, 2016-002, 2017-007, 2020-068, 2020-076, 2020-077, 2020-090 and 2020-091 or any other applicable by-laws enacted to regulate Parking and Traffic are hereby repealed in their entirety. 4. And that this By-law shall come into force and effect upon the approval of fines by the Attorney General. By-law read a First, Second and Third time, and Passed this 131" day of January, 2021. The Corporation of the Township of Oro-Medonte . A_44/ Mayor, H.S. H ghes ICie , Yvonne Aubichon Appendix "A" to By-law No. 2021-005 for The Corporation of the Township of Oro-Medonte 1. Definitions For the purpose of this By-law; "Accessible Person Parking Space" means a designated parking space or parking area under this By-law for the exclusive use of a vehicle displaying a permit in accordance with the requirements of the Highway Traffic Act, 1990, and the regulations there under and this By-law; "Accessible Person Parking Permit" means an accessible person parking permit issued under the Highway Traffic Act, 1990, and is currently valid, or a permit, number plate or other marker or device issued by another jurisdiction and is currently valid and recognized under the Highway Traffic Act, 1990, and the regulations there under; "Authorized Sign" means a sign or other device placed or erected on a highway or elsewhere pursuant to the provisions of this By-law or approved by the Ministry of Transportation of Ontario for the purpose of regulating, warning or guiding traffic; "Boulevard" means all parts of the highway save and except any roadway, shoulder or sidewalk; "Outer Boulevard" means that part of the highway lying between any sidewalk and the edge of the shoulder furthest from the roadway, or where a shoulder does not exist from the edge of the roadway; "Inner Boulevard" means that part of the highway lying between the property line and the edge of the sidewalk nearest to the property line and where there is no sidewalk, it means that part of the highway lying between the property line and the edge of the shoulder furthest from the roadway or where a shoulder does not exist from the edge of the roadway, shoulder, where such exists, furthest from the travelled portion of the road; "Commercial Motor Vehicle" means any motor vehicle having permanently attached thereto a truck or delivery body licensed as such by the Ministry of Transportation and without limiting the generality of the foregoing, includes ambulance, hearses, casket wagons, fire apparatus, police patrols, motor buses and tractors used for hauling purposes on the highways; "Corner" means the point of intersection of curbs or edges of the portion of the highway used for vehicular traffic; "Corporation" means The Corporation of The Township of Oro- Medonte; "Curb" shall include the edge of the roadway and gutters; "Council" means the Council of The Corporation of The Township of Oro- Medonte; "Driver" means a person who drives or is in actual physical control of a vehicle; "Driveway" means improved land on a highway which provides vehicular access from the roadway to a laneway or a parking area on adjacent land; "Fire Route" means any roadway, driveway, lane, ramp or other means of vehicular access to or egress from, around or from a building, or property when the fire access route is: (a) located on private property; and, (b) not less than 4.5 m. wide; and, (c) posted with required signs, and shall include any part of a parking area set aside by visible markings or markers for the purpose of vehicular movement and that has been designated by the Fire Department for the Municipality to be a fire access route; "Highway" includes a common and public highway, street, avenue, parkway, square, place, bridge, viaduct or trestle, designed and intended for, or used by the general public for the passage of vehicles, including unopened and unassumed highways; "Intersection" means the area embraced within the prolongation or connection of the lateral curblines, or, if none, then the lateral boundary lines of two or more highways that join one another at an angle, whether or not one highway crosses the other; "Leave or Left When Prohibited" means the parking of a motor vehicle: 1.17.1 in excess of any time limit so posted; or 1.17.2 where a time limit is not posted in excess of two hours; or, 1.17.3 for any use other than the normal use intended for the property. "Local Board" means a local board within the meaning of the Ontario Municipal Board Act, R.S.O. 1990, c. 0.28; "Motorized Snow Vehicle" means a self-propelled vehicle designed to be driven primarily on snow; "Municipal Property" means all property owned or occupied by The Township of Oro-Medonte or any local board thereof except municipal roads controlled under the Highway Traffic Act or a municipal traffic control By-law; "Municipality" means The Corporation of The Township of Oro-Medonte; "Municipal Law Enforcement Officer" means a person duly appointed by the Corporation for enforcing the provisions of this By-law; "Occupant"when used in relation to property means (a) The tenant of the property or part thereof whose consent shall extend only to the control of the land of which he/she is tenant and any parking spaces allotted to him under his lease or tenancy agreement; (b) the spouse of a tenant; (c) a person or The Corporation of the Township of Oro-Medonte, or a local board thereof, having an interest in the property under an assessment or right of way granted to or expropriated by the person, the Corporation or local board whose consent shall extend only to part of the property that is subject to the easement or right of way; or (d) a person authorized by an occupant as defined above in paragraph (a) or (b), to act on the owner's behalf for requesting the enforcement of this by-law. "Owner" when used in relation to property means: (a) the registered owner of the property; (b) the spouse of a person described in (a); (c) a person authorized by the property owner as defined above in paragraph (a) or (b), to act on the owner's behalf for requesting the enforcement of this By-law; "Park" or "Parking", when prohibited, means the standing of a vehicle, whether occupied or not, except when standing temporarily for the purpose of and while actually engaged in loading or unloading merchandise or passengers; "Parking Space" means that part of the surface of a roadway designated for the purpose of parking a vehicle; "Person" means any human being, firm, association, partnership, private club, incorporated company, corporation, tenants in common, joint tenants, agent or trustee and the heirs, executors or other legal representatives of a person to whom the context can apply according to law and for the purpose of this By- law includes the owner or driver of a vehicle; "Police Officer" means a member of the Police Force or a person authorized to regulate, direct or enforce the provisions of this By-law and the Highway Traffic Act. "Private Roadway" means a roadway or laneway on private property; "Roadway" that part of the highway that is improved, designed or ordinarily used for vehicular traffic, but does not include the shoulder and, where a highway includes two or more separate roadways, the term "roadway" refers to any one roadway separately and not to all of the roadways collectively; "Service Vehicle" means any municipal vehicle, including emergency vehicles; "Shoulder" means that part of the highway immediately adjacent to the roadway; "Sidewalk/Footpaths" means that portion of a highway as is set aside by The Corporation of The Township of Oro-Medonte for the use of pedestrians; "Special Event" means those events approved by Council; "Stand" or "Standing" when prohibited, means the halting of a vehicle, whether occupied or not, except for the purpose of and while actually engaged in receiving or discharging passengers; "Stop" or "Stopping", when prohibited, means the halting of a vehicle, even momentarily, whether occupied or not, except when necessary to avoid conflict with other traffic or in compliance with the directions of a Police Officer or of a traffic control sign or signal; "Township" means The Corporation of The Township of Oro-Medonte; "Trailer" means a vehicle that is at anytime drawn upon a highway by a motor vehicle, except an implement of husbandry, a mobile home, another motor vehicle or any device or apparatus not designed to transport persons or property, temporarily drawn, propelled or moved upon such highway, and except a side car attached to a motorcycle, and shall be considered a separate vehicle and not part of the motor vehicle by which it is drawn; "Traffic Control Device" means any sign, or roadway, curb or sidewalk marking, or other device erected or placed under the authority of The Corporation of The Township of Oro-Medonte for the purpose of guiding or directing traffic; "Vehicle" includes a motor vehicle, trailer, commercial motor vehicle, an automobile, motorcycle, motor assisted bicycle, a motorized snow vehicle, traction engine, farm tractor, self-propelled implement of husbandry road building machine and any other vehicle propelled or driven otherwise than by muscular power. 2. General Regulations 2.1 Where any expression of time occurs or where any hour or other period of time is stated, the time referred to shall be eastern standard time, provided however, if what is known as "daylight saving time" has been generally adopted in the Regional Area for any period of the year, under any statute, order -in -council, By-law, resolution or proclamation, whether the same is effective in law or not, such time shall be the time referred to during such period in any reference to time in this Bylaw. 2.2 The Director of Operation and Community Services, or his/her designate, for The Township, shall have the authority to place or erect and to maintain such authorized signs as are required to give effect to the provisions of this By- law; 2.3 The Director of Operation and Community Services or his/her designate, of The Township is hereby authorized to place or erect and to maintain temporary "No Parking" signs and "No Stopping" signs on any highway; 2.4 Schedules to this By-law shall form part of this By-law and each entry in a column of such a Schedule shall be read in conjunction with the entry or entries across there from and not otherwise; 2.5 A word interpreted in the singular number has a corresponding meaning when used in the plural; 2.6 "May" shall be construed as permissive; 2.7 "Shall' shall be construed as imperative. 4.0 Distances 3.1 Where a distance is used in this By-law as part of a prohibition of parking or stopping within a specified distance of an object, structure, land or part of a highway, such distance shall be measured: 3.1.1 from the projection of the nearest curb line or edge of the roadway in the direction stated unless it is specifically stated otherwise; or 3.1.2 along the curb or edge of the roadway from a point in such curb or edge of roadway opposite such object, structure, land or part of a highway, unless the context otherwise requires, or; 3.1.3 from such object, structure, land, or part of a highway in all directions. 3.2 All distances/dimensions are measured in the metric measurement unless otherwise stated. 4.0 Exemptions Impractical 4.1 This By-law applies only to highways forming part of the road system under the jurisdiction of the municipality. 4.2 If compliance therewith be impractical, the provisions of this By-law shall not apply to: 4.2.1 ambulances, police, fire department, or public utility emergency vehicles; 4.2.2 vehicles of the Corporation or vehicles contracted by the Corporation where such vehicles are actually engaged in the performance of cleaning, maintenance, repair, construction, snow removal or other work on any highway within The Township of Oro-Medonte; or 4.2.3 tradesman bona fide temporarily stopping or parking for the purpose of loading or unloading equipment to complete minor repairs. For the purpose of this exemption "temporarily" shall mean a time limit of not more than two hours. 5.0 General Stopping or Parking Regulations 5.1 No person shall park or stop any vehicle on any highway or portion thereof unless on the right side of the highway having regard to the direction in which the vehicle had been proceeding, with the right front and right rear wheels and runners not more than 0.15 metres from the curb or boundary of the roadway, as near as the condition of the highway permits. 6.0 Parking Prohibited With Signs 6.1 When authorized signs have been erected, no person shall park a vehicle, or permit a vehicle to remain parked on any highway; 6.1.1 at the side and between the limits set out respectively in Columns 1, 2, and 3 of Schedule "A". 6.1.2 within the intersection of the Rail Trail and the highway, 6.1.3 within the signed portion of the entrance to the Rail Trail. 7.0 Parking Prohibited Without Signs 7.1 When authorized signs have not been erected, no person shall park a vehicle or permit a vehicle to remain parked on any highway; 7.1.1 within fifteen metres (15m) of an intersection; 7.1.2 within three metres (3m) of a fire hydrant; 7.1.3 in front of the main entrance to, or any emergency exit from any church, or other building or enclosed space in which persons may be expected to congregate in large numbers; 7.1.4 in front of or within one and one half metres (1.5m) of a laneway or driveway; 7.1.5 so as to interfere with the formation of a funeral procession. 7.1.6 in such a position that will prevent the convenient removal of any other vehicle previously parked; 7.1.7 for the purpose of displaying the vehicle for sale; 7.1.8 for the purpose of greasing, repairing, servicing or painting of vehicles except for such repairs as have been necessitated by an emergency; 7.1.9 on the roadway where the width of the roadway is six metres (6m) or less; 7.1.10 on a driveway within one metre (1 m) of a sidewalk or footpath, or if there is no sidewalk or footpath within three metres (3m) of the roadway; 7.1.11 so as to impede or obstruct the flow of other traffic during their lawful use of the highway; 7.1.12 on a boulevard. 8.0 Temporary No Parking Signs 8.1 The Director of Operations and Community Services, or his/her designate is authorized and directed to erect or place at the Director's discretion temporary "No Parking" signs on any highway used by the general public for the passage of vehicles. Temporary changes indicated by the erection of such signs shall not be effective after the next Council meeting, unless confirmed by resolution of Council at such meeting, which resolution shall 8.2 Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, such signs shall be erected in the event of fire, or parades, or while large assemblies are in an auditorium or otherwise, for a reasonable period of time immediately preceding and following such assemblies, provided however, that such "No Parking" signs shall be erected one hour or more before such parades or assemblies; 8.3 No person shall at any time park a vehicle on any of the highway, parts of highways, or sides of highways where temporary "No Parking" signs have been erected. 9.0 Stopping Prohibited - Specified Places Without Signs 9.1 No person shall stop a vehicle or permit a vehicle to remain stopped on any highway: 9.1.1 on, or partly on, or over a sidewalk or footpath; 9.1.2 within fifteen metres (15m) of an intersection or crosswalk; 9.1.3 on the roadway side of any stopped or parked vehicle; 9.1.4 upon any bridge or elevated structure except where parking is otherwise permitted in this By-law; 9.1.5 within thirty metres (30m) of either end of a bridge or elevated structure; 9.1.6 within fifteen metres (15m) of the nearest rail of any level crossing of a railway; 9.1.7 within the turning basin of a cul-de-sac; 9.1.8 on a highway. 10.0 Stopping Prohibited — Specified Places With Signs 10.1 Where authorized signs have been erected, no person shall stop a vehicle on any highway at the side and between the limits and during the times or days set out in schedule "C" of this By-law. 11.0 Parking Prohibited For Winter Road Maintenance 11.1 From the 1st of December in any year until the 1st day of April in the following year between the hours of 2:00 a.m. and 12:00 p.m., no person shall park a vehicle on highway or in a municipal lot within the Township. 11.2 No person shall park, or leave standing, a vehicle on a highway, whether attended or unattended, between October 15th and April 30th inclusive, in such a manner as to interfere with winter road maintenance. For clarity, and without limitation, if a winter road maintenance vehicle must alter its course to avoid a parked vehicle, or is prevented from entering an area it would otherwise have entered to perform winter road maintenance because of a parked vehicle, that vehicle is deemed to be interfering with winter road maintenance. 11.3 Notwithstanding Sections 11.1 and 11.2 of this By-law, legal parking is permitted with a valid permit, for recreational purposes between October 15th and April 30th inclusive, along the roadways of the locations set out in Schedule "B" attached hereto and forming part of this By-law. For clarity, and without limitation, any vehicle parked within the locations identified in Schedule "B" shall not be deemed to be interfering with winter road maintenance. 12.0 Parking Prohibited - Private Property and Property of the Municipality 12.1 No person shall park or leave a vehicle on: 12.1.1 private property without first having obtained permission from the owner or occupant of the property; 12.1.2 property owned or occupied by The Township of Oro-Medonte or any local board thereof without first having obtained written consent from The Township of Oro-Medonte or the local board unless authorized signs have been posted indicating parking is permitted; 12.2 No person shall park a vehicle or permit a vehicle to remain parked on property owned by The Township of Oro-Medonte or any local board thereof where: 12.2.1 an area that is designated by sign as reserved, unless the area is reserved for such person; 12.2.2 an area designated by sign as an area where parking is prohibited; 12.2.3 for any period in excess of 24 hours. 13.0 Fire Routes 13.1 Where signs are displayed, no person shall stop, stand or park a vehicle in: 13.1.1 designated fire route zone; 13.1.2 Within the signed portion of the highway on the side of the highway which the fire hall is located and the opposite side of the highway of such fire hall. 14.0 Permit Parking 14.1 Between May 1st and October 30th, no person shall park a vehicle on a highway Or in any location identified within Schedules "D" and "E of this By-law unless a valid Township permit is displayed so as to be visible from outside the vehicle. 14.2 All permits issued by the Township are valid from May 1st through till October 30th as identified on the permit face, no person shall park and display an expired permit within locations identified within Schedules "D" and "E" of this By-law. 14.3 Permits shall be issued to residents, at no charge, through the Township Administration Office. Such permits will allow the holder to park in the locations specified in Schedules "D" and "E" of this By-law, provided that all other provisions of this By-law are complied with. 14.4 Permits may be purchased by non-residents for a fee as specified in the Township Fees and Charges By-law. Permits displayed so to be visible from the outside by non-residents will allow the vehicle to park in the locations specified in Schedules "D" and "E" of this By-law, provided that all other provisions of this By-law are complied with. 14.5 Should a violation under section 14.1 of this By-law continue in excess of three (3) hours, the Municipal Law Enforcement Officer may issue the vehicle/operator a second infraction, and subsequently issue further infractions every three (3) hours thereafter until such violation ceases. 15.0 Accessible Permit Parking 15.1 When authorized signs have been erected, designating a space as an accessible permit space, no person shall park or stop a vehicle or allow a vehicle to remain parked or stopped in a public parking area in a parking space reserved for persons with an accessible permit unless a valid accessible parking permit is openly displayed on the dashboard of the vehicle. 15.2 Enforcement of this Section on property other than property owned by the municipality will only be carried out upon written request by the owner. 16.0 Signs - Traffic Signals 16.1 No person shall move, remove, deface or in any manner interfere with any sign, traffic control signal, marking, or other traffic control device placed, erected or maintained under this By-law. 16.2 No person shall erect a traffic control signal, marking, or other traffic control device without authority. 16.3 No person shall place, maintain or display on any highway, any sign, marking or device which purports to be, or is an imitation of, or resembles an authorized sign or which conceals from view or interferes with the effectiveness of an authorized sign. 17.0 General Traffic Rules 17.1 No person shall drive a vehicle on a sidewalk except for the purpose of directly crossing the sidewalk. 17.2 No person shall drive a vehicle on the Rail Trail without the written consent from the Township prior to doing so. 17.3 No person shall drive a vehicle on municipal property unless in a designated parking area or on municipal roads controlled under the Highway Traffic Act. 17.4 Notwithstanding sections 17.1, 17.2 and 17.3 vehicles operated by or on behalf of the Township for the purpose of their duties shall be permitted. 17.5 No person shall drive any vehicle over any marking on the roadway where markers are in place to indicate that the marking material has been freshly applied. 18.0 Enforcement And Administration 18.1 This By-law shall be enforced and administered by The Township of Oro- Medonte Municipal Law Enforcement Officers. 19.0 Parking Infraction Notice 19.1 Where a vehicle is found parked in contravention of the provisions of this By-law, Municipal Law Enforcement Officers may complete and place upon or attach to the vehicle or give to the person driving the vehicle a parking infraction notice in the form of a serially numbered notice stating: 19.1.1 the license number of the vehicle, concise description of the vehicle and the expiry date of the sticker; 19.1.2 a description of the offence; 19.1.3 the date, time and location of the alleged offence; 19.1.4 the signature of the signing officer; 19.1.5 the set fine for the alleged offence; 19.1.6 that the owner or driver thereof may make a voluntary early - payment in the amount and manner set forth and pay the fine as indicated on the parking infraction notice prior to the 15th day as set out in the Provincial Offences Act, 1990 Part Il. 19.1.7 that the owner or driver thereof may enter a not guilty plea within 15 days of the offence and request a trial date be set as set out in the Provincial Offences Act 1990 Part II. 19.2 The Municipal Law Enforcement Officer shall prepare the parking ticket in duplicate and shall attach one copy of the parking infraction notice to the vehicle or give the copy of the parking infraction notice to the driver of the vehicle and deliver one copy to the Corporation. 20.0 Voluntary Payment 20.1 Notwithstanding the provisions of Section 19 of this By-law, any person served with a Parking Infraction Notice for an offence as set out in this By- law, may make an early payment in the manner shown on the reverse side of such notice within seven (7) calendar days from the date of the notice was issued. 21.0 Owner Liable 21.1 The owner of a vehicle may be charged with and convicted of an offence under this By-law for which the driver or the vehicle is subject to be charged and on conviction the owner is liable to the penalty prescribed or provided for the offence, unless, at the time of the offence, the vehicle was in possession of some person other than the owner without the owner's consent. 22.0 Exemptions 22.1 This By-law shall not apply to the Corporation, or to its employees when engaged in the maintenance of a designated parking space or the enforcement of this Bylaw. 23.0 Offences 23.1 Any person who contravenes any provision of this By-law is guilty of an offence and on conviction is liable to the maximum fine as provided for in the Provincial Offences Act, R.S.O., 1990, c.P.33, as amended and/or Part XIV of the Municipal Act, 2001, as amended. 24.0 Tow/Impound Vehicle 24.1 Notwithstanding any other penalty imposed by this By-law, the Municipal Law Enforcement Officer issuing the parking infraction notice may have the vehicle towed away and impounded at the owner's expense pursuant to section 170(15) of the Highway Traffic Act, 1990, as amended; 24.2 All towing and impounding charges incurred under this section shall become a lien against the vehicle and enforced in accordance with the Repair and Storage Liens Act, R.S.O. 1990, c.R.25, as amended. 25.0 Severability 25.1 If a court of competent jurisdiction should declare any section of this By- law, or part thereof, including any part of the schedules, to be invalid, such section or part thereof is deemed severable from this By-law and shall not be construed as having influenced Council to pass the remainder of this By-law and it is the intention of Council that the remainder of the By-law shall survive and remain in force. Schedule "A" to By-law No. 2021-005 "Parking Prohibited" Column 1 Column 2 Highway Side lAIgonquin Trail East and West Sides Barrie Terrace South Side (Bass Lake Side Road East North and South Sides (Bass Lake Side Road East North and South Sides )Bay Street North and South Sides Bay Street North and South Sides IBickle Road North and South Sides (Bidwell Road North And South Sides Black Forest Lane North Side (Black Forest Lane South and East Sides Blackman Boulevard East and West Sides Burnett Street West Side IBrook Street North and South Sides (Forrester Road North, South, East and West Sides Huron Woods Drive East and West Sides (Huron Woods Drive East and West Sides Huron Woods Drive East and West Sides lice Road East and West Sides (John Moon Road North and South Sides Lakeshore Road East North and South Sides Lakeshore Road East North Side (Lakeshore Road East North Side Lakeshore Road East South Side (Lakeshore Road East South Side (Lakeshore Road East South Side Lakeshore Road East South Side (Lakeshore Road West North Side Lakeshore Road West North Side Lakeshore Road West South Side (Line 2 South East Side Line 2 South West Side (Line 3 South East and West Sides (Line 4 South East and West Sides (Line 7 North East and West Sides (Line 7 South East and West Sides (Line 7 South East Side (Line 7 South West Side (Line 8 North East and West Sides (Line 8 South East and West Sides Line 8 South East and West Sides (Line 8 North West and East Sides (Line 9 North East and West Sides Line 9 South East and West Sides (Line 9 South East and West Sides Line 9 South East and West Sides (Line 12 South East Side Line 12 South West Side (Line 15 North East Side (Line 15 North West Side (Line 15 North West Side Column 3 From -To South of Huron Woods Drive 75m Colborne Street westerly for a distance of 132 m Line 12 North Easterly 800m Line 15 North to Line 14 North Line 2 South Easterly 150m Line 2 South Westerly 300m Bass Lake Side Road East of Line 14 Emergency Parking Only turnaround at the water source (cistern) Intersection of Ridge Road West for a distance of 140 ,netres Intersection of Ridge Road West, south and aasterly for a distance of 425 metres Stanley Avenue to Lake Simcoe Warminster Side Road to the Dead end "O'Brien Street to the Dead end Line 3 South to the Dead Ends Algonquin Trail North 75m 'Oneida Avenue North 75m Oneida Avenue South 75m Lakeshore Road East to Lake Simcoe Woodland Drive to Moon Point Road East of Line 7 South 500m Line 9 South easterly 600 metres Line 12 South, easterly 125 metres Easterly 175 metres from Line 9 South for a distance of 300 metres easterly. Line 12 South to Line 13 South Line 14 South Easterly 430m Line 14 South Westerly 150m Elvyn Crescent easterly 60 metres Line 7 South westerly 470 metres Line 6 South to Line 7 South Bay Street northerly 150 metres Ridge Road West to Lake Simcoe Dead end northerly 140 metres Dead end northerly 200 metres Highway 11 northerly 500 metres Hwy #11 to Ridge Road Lake Simcoe northerly 210 metres Lake Simcoe northerly 875 metres Highway 11 northerly 500 metres Hwy #11 Southerly 800m Hwy #11 to Ridge Road West Old Barrie Road East to Bass Lake Side Road East Highway 11 northerly 500 metres Hwy #11 to Ridge Road West Lakeshore Road East to Lakeshore Road East Lakeshore Road East to Lake Simcoe Lake Simcoe to 125 metres north of Lakeshore Road East Rail Trail south to Lake Simcoe Hwy #12 South to Bass Lake Side Road Hwy #12 southerly 200 metres Bass Lake Side Road northerly 825 metres (Line 15 South East and West Sides Maplewood Parkway Northerly 50m (Line 15 South East and West Sides Maplewood Parkway to Woodland Drive Schedule "A" to By-law No. 2021-005 Column 1 Highway (Mill Street Mill Street (Moon Point Road O'Brien Street Poplar Crescent IRichelieu Road (Robinson Street (Robinson Street IRoeburn Beach Road IScottdale Drive Ski Trails Road Stanley Avenue Stanley Avenue (Stanley Avenue Warbler Way (Warminster Side Road (Warminster Side Road (Woodland Drive (Woodland Drive "Parking Prohibited" - continued Column 2 Column 3 Side From -To East and West Sides Robinson Street Northerly 100m East and West Sides Robinson Street to Lake Simcoe South Side Woodland Drive to Woodland Drive East Side Ridge Road West to Bay Street North and South Sides Lakeshore Road East to Lakeshore Road East East and West Sides Champlain Crescent to Warminster Side Road North and South Sides Dead end Westerly 60m North and South Sides Mill Street Easterly 50m North and South Sides East and West from Bickle Road North and South Sides All of cul-de-sac and easterly 30 m from cul-de-sac North and South Sides County Road #93 Easterly 100m North and South Sides Blackman Boulevard to Dorothy's Drive North and South Sides Creek Lane to Dorothy's Drive South Side Creek Lane Westerly 100m East Side Moon Point Road to including the cul-de-sac North and South Sides 500m East of Richelieu Road North and South Sides 50m West of Richelieu Road Between the two bridges and 60m North and South of West Side the two bridges Approximately 140 metres south of John Moon Road East and West Sides for a distance of 300 metres southerly. Schedule "B" to By-law No. 2021-005 "Parking for Purpose of Winter Recreational Activities" Column 1 Highway 5/6 Sideroad Black Forest Lane ILakeshore Road East Lakeshore Road West Line 6 South (Line 7 South (Line 11 South Line 12 South Line 14 South Woodland Drive Column 2 Column 3 Side From -To East side 50 metres north of Ridge Road West to the Rail Trail North Side 140 metres from the intersection of Ridge Road West and Black Forest Lane to the cul-de-sac North Side 125 metres east of Line 12 South to 125 metres west of Line 13 South North Side 470 metres west of Line 7 South, westerly for a distance of 930 metres East Side Lakeshore Road West to Lake Simcoe 210 metres north of Lake Simcoe to 15 metres south East Side of the Rail Trail East Side Hawkestone Wharf Gate northerly 150 metres 125 metres north of Lakeshore Road East to 15 East Side metres south of the Rail Trail. From 50 metres north of Lakeshore Road East for a East Side distance of 528 metres 125 metres east of Line 15 South, easterly for a North Side distance of 150 metres. Column 1 Highway Atlantis Drive Schedule "C" to By-law No. 2021-005 "Stopping Prohibited" Column 2 Column 3 Column 4 Side From -To Prohibited East Side 60 metres north of Bass Lake Sideroad Anytime northerly to Hwy 12 Column 1 Column 2 Location Side Church Street Both sides Dicker Lane Both sides Elvyn Crescent Both sides Grandview Crescent Both sides Indian Road Both sides Kirkpatrick Street Both sides Lakeshore Road East South sides Lakeshore Road West North side Line 2 South Line 11 South Line 13 North Line 15 North Memorial Crescent Mitchell Road I O'Brien Street Petherwin Place Rail Trail Drive Shelswell Boulevard Springhome Road Tudhope Boulevard Turdhope Boulevard East side Both sides Both sides West Side Both sides Both sides West side Both sides Both sides Both sides Both sides Both sides Both sides Schedule "D" to By-law No. 2021-005 "Permit Parking Areas" Column 3 From Line 2 South Lakeshore Road East Lakeshore Road East Lakeshore Road East Memorial Crescent Lakeshore Road East Approximately 15 metres east of Line 9 South Approximately 15 metres east of Elvyn Crescent Approximately 150 metres north of Bay Street Franko Street South Side Bass Lake Approximately 200 metres south of Highway 12 Lakeshore Road East Lakeshore Road East Approximately 15 metres north of Bay Street Line 13 North Tudhope Boulevard Elvyn Crescent Rail Trail Drive Lakeshore Road East Kirkpatrick Street Column 4 To Dead End End of Road Coventry Court Lakeshore Road East Memorial Crescent Tudhope Boulevard For a distance of 160 metres easterly For a distance of 700 metres easterly For a distance of 15 metres south of Ridge Road West For a distance of 150 metres southerly Bass Lake Side Road East For a distance of 300 metres south Lakeshore Road East Grandview Crescent For a distance of 15 metres south of Ridge Road West Cul-de-sac Springhome Road Lakeshore Road West Kirkpatrick Street Kirkpatrick Street Rail Trail Drive Schedule "E" to By-law No. 2021-005 "Permit Parking- Other Designated Areas" Column 1 Location Bayview Memorial Park Carthew Bay Boat Launch Carthew Bay Boat Launch (Lakeshore Road East) Line 9 Boat Launch Shanty Bay Boat Launch Shanty Bay Wharf Shelswell Park South Side Bass Lake Park Column 2 Area Designated areas on the property Designated areas on the property Designated areas on the property Designated areas on the property Designated areas on the property Designated areas on the property Designated areas on the property Designated areas on the property THE HONOURABLE ESTHER ROSENBE'RG _ s% L'HONORABLE ESTHER ROSENBERG REGIONAL SENIOR JUSTICE — JUGE PRINCIPAL REGIONAL ONTARIO COURT OF JUSTICE COUR DE JUSTICE D€L'GNTARIO CENTRAL FAST REGION REGION DU CENTRE-EST 50 EAGLE STREET WEST 50,RUE EAGLE GUEST NEWMARKET,ONTARIO DY 601 NEWMARKET(ONTARIO) L3Y 681 TELEPHONE/TELtPHONE(905)SS3-4890 FAX/TELECOPIEUR(905)SS3-4891 January 18, 2021 Mr. C. Shelswell Township of Oro-Medonte 148 Line 7 South Oro, Ontario LOi_ 2EO Dear Mr. Shelswell: RE: Set Fines — Part I & II The Township of Oro-Medonte Enclosed herewith please find the Order and the schedule of set fines. The setting of the fines does not constitute my approval of the short form wording used to describe the offences. Please forward a copy of the Order and the Schedule of set fines to the POA Court in Simcoe County. Yours uly, A s er Rose berg ),4 Regional Senior Justice Central East Region /bmw Enclosures PROVINCIAL OFFENCES ACT Part I IT IS ORDERED pursuant to the provisions of the Provincial Offences Act and the rules for the Ontario Court of Justice that the amount set opposite each of the offences in the attached schedule of offences under the Provincial Statutes and Regulations thereunder and Municipal By Law 2021-005, for the Township of Oro-Medonte, attached hereto is the set fine for that offence. This Order is to take effect January 18, 2021. DATED at Newmarket this 181" day of January, 2020 s er Rosenberg Regional Senior Justice Central East Region Township of Oro-Medonte By-law No. 2021-005 Being a By-law to provide for the restricting and regulating of traffic and parking on highways or parts of highways under the jurisdiction of the Corporation of The Township of Oro-Medonte. Part I Provincial Offences Act Item Short Form Wording Provisions Creating Set Fine or Defining Offence GENERAL REGULATIONS 1 Removal or damage to traffic control device Appendix A, s. 16.1 $300.00 2 Erection of traffic sign without authority. Appendix A, s. 16.2 $300.00 3 Interfere with authorized sign Appendix A, s. 16.3 $300.00 4 Place unauthorized sign on existing sign Appendix A, s. 16.3 $300.00 5 Drive vehicle on sidewalk Appendix A, s. 17.1 $200.00 6 Drive vehicle on rail trail Appendix A, s. 17.2 $200.00 7 Drive vehicle municipal property unauthorized Appendix A, s. 17.3 $200.00 NOTE: The penalty provision for the offences indicated above is Appendix A. Section 23.1 of By-law No. 2021-005, a certified copy of which has been filed. PROVINCIAL OFFENCES ACT Part II IT IS ORDERED pursuant to the provisions of the Provincial Offences Act and the rules for the Ontario Court of Justice that the amount set opposite each of the offences in the attached schedule of offences under the Provincial Statutes and Regulations thereunder and Municipal By Law 2021-005, for the Township of Oro-Medonte, attached hereto is the set fine for that offence. This Order is to take effect January 18, 2021. DATED at Newmarket this 18th day of January, 2020 L— Elsiher Rosen rg Regional Senior Justice Central East Region Township of Oro-Medonte By-law No. 2021-005 Being a By-law to provide for the restricting and regulating of traffic and parking on highways or parts of highways under the jurisdiction of the Corporation of The Township of Oro-Medonte. Part II Provincial Offences Act Early Provisions Creating Payment Item Short Form Wording Set Fine or Defining Offence within 7 days GENERAL REGULATIONS 1 Park on wrong side of highway Appendix A, s. 5.1 $40.00 $60.00 2 Stop on wrong side of highway Appendix A, s. 5.1 $40.00 $60.00 3 Park in a no parking zone Appendix A, s. 6.1.1 $40.00 $60.00 4 Park within the intersection of the rail trail Appendix A, s. 6.1.2 $40.00 $60.00 5 JPark within no parking zone of rail trail Appendix A, s. 6.1.3 $40.00 $60.00 6 Park within 15 m of an intersection Appendix A, s. 7.1.1 $40.00 $60.00 7 Park within 3 m of a fire hydrant Appendix A, s. 7.1.2 $40.00 $60.00 8 Park blocking entrance or emergency exit Appendix A, s. 7.1.3 $80.00 $100.00 9 Park in front of a laneway Appendix A, s. 7.1.4 $40.00 $60.00 10 Park in front of a driveway Appendix A, s. 7.1.4 $40.00 $60.00 11 Park within 1.5 metres of a laneway Appendix A, s. 7.1.4 $40.00 $60.00 12 Park within 1.5 metres of a driveway Appendix A, s. 7.1.4 $40.00 $60.00 13 Park so as to interfere with funeral procession Appendix A, s. 7.1.5 $40.00 $60.00 14 Park so that previously parked vehicle is Appendix A, s. 7.1.6 $40.00 $60.00 obstructed 15 JPark to display vehicle for sale Appendix A, s. 7.1.7 $40.00 $60.00 16 JPark to repair or service a vehicle on highway Appendix A, s. 7.1.8 $40.00 $60.00 17 Park on roadway where width of roadway is 6 Appendix A, s. 7.1.9 $40.00 $60.00 m or less 18 JPark on a driveway within 3 m of a roadway Appendix A, s. 7.1.10 $40.00 $60.00 19 Park on a driveway within 1 m of a footpath Appendix A, s. 7.1.10 $40.00 $60.00 20 Park so as to obstruct traffic Appendix A, s. 7.1.11 $40.00 $60.00 21 Park so as to impede traffic Appendix A, s. 7.1.11 $40.00 $60.00 22 Park on a boulevard Appendix A, s. 7.1.12 $40.00 $60.00 23 Park in a temporary no parking zone Appendix A, s. 8.3 $40.00 $60.00 24 Stop on sidewalk Appendix A, s. 9.1.1 $40.00 $60.00 25 Stop within 15 m of an intersection Appendix A, s. 9.1.2 $40.00 $60.00 26 Stop within 15 m of a crosswalk Appendix A, s. 9.1.2 $40.00 $60.00 27 Stop on roadway side of stopped or parked Appendix A, s. 9.1.3 $40.00 $60.00 vehicle 28 Stop on bridge Appendix A, s. 9.1.4 $80.00 $100.00 29 Stop within 30 m of either end of a bridge Appendix A, s. 9.1.5 $80.00 $100.00 30 Stop within 15 m of the rail of railway crossing Appendix A, s. 9.1.6 $40.00 $60.00 31 Stop within a cul-de-sac Appendix A, s. 9.1,7 $40.00 $60.00 32 Stop on a highway Appendix A, s. 9.1.8 $40.00 $60.00 33 Stop in a no stopping zone Appendix A, s. 10.1 $40.00 $60.00 34 Park between 2:00 a.m. and 12:00 p.m, from Appendix A, s. 11.1 $40.00 $60.00 Dec. 1 to April 1 35 Park so as to interfere with winter road Appendix A, s. 11.2 $80.00 $100.00 maintenance 36 Park on private property without permission Appendix A, s. 12.1.1 $40.00 $60.00 37 Park on Township property without permission Appendix A, s. 12.1.2 $40.00 $60.00 38 Park in designated reserved area Appendix A, s. 12.2.1 $40.00 $60.00 39 Park in designated area where parking Appendix A, s. 12.2.2 $40.00 $60.00 prohibited 40 IPark in excess of 24 hours Appendix A, s. 12.2.3 $40.00 $60.00 41 Stop in a fire route Appendix A, s. 13.1.1 $100.00 $150.00 42 Stand in a fire route Appendix A, s. 13.1.1 $100.00 $150.00 43 Park in a fire route Appendix A, s. 13.1.1 $100.00 $150.00 44 Stop within the entrance to a fire hall Appendix A, s. 13.1.2 $100.00 $150.00 45 Stand within the entrance to a fire hall Appendix A, s. 13.1.2 $100.00 $150.00 46 Park within the entrance to a fire hall Appendix A, s. 13.1.2 $100.00 $150.00 47 Park without permit Appendix A, s. 14.1 $60.00 $80.00 48 Park in a designated accessible parking space Appendix A, s. 15.1 $300.00 $350.00 49 IStop in a designated accessible parking space Appendix A, s. 15.1 $300.00 $350.00 NOTE: The penalty provision for the offences indicated above is Appendix A. Section 23,1 of By-law No_ 2021-005, a certified copy of which has been filed.