Local comedians Sunee Dhaliwal and Cliff Prang portray Abbotsford bylaw officers in a video to promote the city’s new Good Neighbour Guide. (Screengrab from video)

Local comedians Sunee Dhaliwal and Cliff Prang portray Abbotsford bylaw officers in a video to promote the city’s new Good Neighbour Guide. (Screengrab from video)

Abbotsford’s new guide about local bylaws is now available

Good Neighbour Guide provides overview and how to report contraventions

The City of Abbotsford’s new Good Neighbour Guide, which provides an overview of some of the city bylaws that most commonly raise questions or concerns, is now available to the public.

The guide is available on the city website at abbotsford.ca/goodneighbour.

An accompanying video features local comedians Sunee Dhaliwal and Cliff Prang posing as bylaw officers cracking down on infractions across the city.

The introduction to the Good Neighbour Guide states that it was created “to help residents and businesses understand the various regulations and bylaws to help ensure our community and neighbourhoods remain, safe, healthy and a great place to live, work and play.”

Among the 19 bylaws addressed in the guide are abandoned/vacant properties and buildings, animal control, construction, fireworks, noise, parking and secondary suites.

The guide provides a brief description of each bylaw, who to call for more information and how to report a contravention.

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