The By-law Status Registry tracks the status and history details of by-laws dating back to 1834. The City of Toronto and former municipalities that now make up the current City have passed more than 200,000 by-laws that are still in force today.
You can use the By-law Status Registry to look-up the status of by-laws, view the amendment history and other enactment details.
This registry contains by-law status information for:
- City of Toronto By-laws from 1998 to the present (current to 2017-0264)
By-laws from the former municipalities:
- Toronto by-laws From 1834 to 1997 (complete collection)
- East York by-laws From 1967 to 1997
- Etobicoke by-laws From 1857 to 1997 (complete collection)
- North York by-laws From 1922 to 1997 (complete collection)
- Scarborough by-laws From 1850 to 1997 (complete collection)
- York by-laws From 1850 to 1920
- Metropolitan Toronto by-laws From 1953 to 1997 (complete collection)
The Registry is updated as City Council passes new by-laws.