Wednesday, January 31, 2024

City serves notice on abandoned vehicles, sets Demolition Day Deadline for February 15

The City's Bylaw office has compiled a list of vehicles set
for demolition owing to abandonment around the community

The City of Prince Rupert is once again set to take care of some unsightly property issues, with the City announcing its plans to dispose of 21 vehicles considered abandoned.

The advisory for the public was issued on Tuesday through the City of Prince Rupert website, with the city noting that the last chance to address the issue by the owners, wherever they may be, is set for February 15th

This notice is to inform the registered owner that if you have not claimed the above noted vehicle by proving ownership and paying all outstanding charges, including storage fees, by February 15, 2024, the City will dispose of these vehicles in accordance with Traffic Bylaw No. 2470 Part IV 4.06.

The list from the City of Prince Rupert website can be reviewed below.

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The advisory was also issued through the City's Social media page 

The city's engagement program making for some feedback and suggestions from the public.

Should your vehicle be on the list and you wish to settle up with the City you can contact the Prince Rupert Bylaw Department 

Phone: 250-624-6852 or 250-627-0916 


More notes on Civic themes can be reviewed through our Operations Archive page.

1 comment:

  1. This is a start. There are still unlicensed and homesteader vehicles all over town. Policy change is required to remove offending vehicles at a faster pace.