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 Public Notice - Changes to Regulation of Business: Mobile Food Vendors

 PUBLIC NOTICE: Changes to Regulation of Business: Mobile Food Vendors


Mobile Food Vendor Bylaw No. 2007, 2021 received first and second reading on November 15, 2021. Bylaw No. 2007, proposes the following changes to the Kitimat Municipal Code to amend business licencing of mobile food vendors by: 

  • Insert definition for Mobile Food Vendor
  • Remove reference to “Mobile Restaurants”
  • Insert section for Mobile Food Vendors under Business Regulations
  • Insert new fees for Mobile Food Vendor operations on District and private property
  • Insert municipal ticket information for Mobile Food Vendor infractions

 Additional information on the proposed changes are available for review at or at the District of Kitimat reception desk, 270 City Centre, 8:30am to 5:00 pm, Monday to Friday, excluding statutory holidays.

 Provide comment before Monday, December 6, 2021 at 4:30 p.m. by:

Email:  (Note ‘Regulation of Business’ in Subject Line)

Fax:  Corporate Administration at 250-632-4995

Mail: Mayor & Council c/o 270 City Centre, Kitimat, BC V8C 2H7

* Submissions provided in response to the changes, including names and addresses, will become part of the public record, and made available for public inspection at the District office and


If you have any questions about this change, please contact the Director of Corporate Administration at 250-632-8900 or

District of Kitimat - Municipal Liability Insurance Claims

PUBLIC NOTICE: District of Kitimat - Municipal Liability Insurance Claims

Section 744 of the Local Government Act states that municipalities are not liable in any action based on nuisance where the damages arise, directly or indirectly, out of the breakdown or malfunction of a sewer system, a water or drainage facility or system, or a dike or a road.  Nuisance actions are defined as instances in which a home is damaged as a result of a sewer, drainage or water system, or roadway or dike, breaking down and malfunctioning. For instance, it could be a basement covered by several inches of water stemming from a drainage system being jammed by someone dumping garbage into a municipal ditch, or it may be a home filled with backed up sewage.


Residents are cautioned to take steps to protect their property and are strongly urged to review their insurance policy with their individual brokers to ensure adequate coverage in the event of a nuisance claim.


Warren Waycheshen
Chief Administrative Officer

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