The Toronto Municipal Code is a compilation of by-laws organized by subject. Each chapter is a by-law. For example, Chapter 591 - Noise; or, Chapter 447 - Fences. Check the list of "Recent amendments" for changes to specific Code chapters since the last Code update. These by-laws must be consulted along with the Code chapter.
City of Toronto Municipal Code
City of Toronto By-laws
By-law Status Register
The City of Toronto and the former municipalities that make up the amalgamated City have passed more than 180,000 by-laws. Many of these by-laws (including Official Plan and Zoning amendments) are still in force today. The City Clerk's Office uses a by-law status register to track the history of how the municipalities amended by-laws along with other details that include the relationship between by-laws and amendment history.
Former City of Etobicoke Codes
Check below for "Recent amendments" to the former City of Etobicoke Municipal and Zoning Codes. These by-laws must be consulted along with the Code chapter.
Please note that council and committee documents are provided electronically for information only and do not retain the exact structure of the original versions. For example, charts, images and tables may be difficult to read. As such, readers should verify information before acting on it. All Council and Committee documents are available from the City Clerk's office. Further information regarding contents of the Code and other bylaws may be obtained by contacting City Clerk's office. Please e-mail email@example.com.
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