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By-Law Enforcement

Property Standards

The Property Standards By-Law establishes standards for the maintenance and occupancy of certain buildings and properties, so that owners and occupiers establish and maintain minimum standards for persons who may live at, attend, or otherwise be affected by the condition of buildings and properties. The By-Law applies to all properties within the jurisdiction of the Municipality of South Dundas. 

The By-Law outlines requirements for a variety of property assets such as vacant buildings, exterior walls, damaged buildings, roofs and structural standards. Complaints may be submitted to the South Dundas Building & Planning (By-Law) department. To complete a complaint form, download the PDF below and submit to the Municipal Office. 

By-Law Complaint Form 

Animal Control

The Municipality of South Dundas does not remove wildlife from private properties. Property owners should contact a licensed pest control or licensed trapper to assist with the removal of wildlife, such as racoons and skunks.

If you or a domestic animal has come into contact with a wild animal suspected of having rabies, please seek medical attention and contact the Ministry of Natural Resources at 1-800-667-1940.

Dog Regulations & Dogs at Large

The Municipality limits dogs to three (3) per location unless the owner has the appropriate permits for the operation of a kennel, as per the. Dogs must be secured and/or remain on the owner's property or will be subject to the Dogs at Large regulations. Owners are required to renew Dog Tags annually.

To report a dog at large please contact Kevin Casselman, Canine Control Officer at 613-543-2980 or 613-913-1476. 


Parking in South Dundas is regulated in all seasons. From November 15 until April 15 winter parking regulations are in effect. This means vehicles are not permitted to park on Municipal roads between 12:00 am and 7:00 am, unless otherwise stated. Any vehicle that is parked in a manner that interferes with the clearing of snow may be issued a ticket and/or towed at the owner’s expense.

The Municipality also regulates parking along the waterfront. Parking on the green/park space is not permitted. There are overflow parking lots in Morrisburg located at the Legion or Arena. Iroquois visitors may use the Civic Centre and Carman House lots. 

Additionally, camper/sleeper vans are not permitted to park overnight on Municipal or waterfront lots. Violators may be ticketed and/or towed at the owner's expense. 

Other Complaints

For further By-Law complaints, complete the complaint for and submit to the Municipal Office. Complaints will be reviewed on a priority basis.