The Municipality of Central Huron strives to make our community safe, healthy and enjoyable for everyone. Bylaws are created as a way to address issues and concerns of the community. They are created to protect the environment, public health, safety and to maintain a pleasant community for everyone.


An updated list of bylaws is accessible through our ICompass Portal.

Bylaw enforcement

Under the direction of the Clerk's Department, the Bylaw Enforcement Officer enforces municipal bylaws in a manner that protects the general public and ensures the Municipality remains a pleasant place and attractive community to reside in, conduct business in and visit. The Bylaw Enforcement Officer investigates concerns such as noise complaints, property standards issues, littering/dumping, fences, portable signs and other matters concerning the Municipality of Central Huron Bylaws.

Bylaw Enforcement Officer:

Bruce Brockelbank


To Make an inquiry or complaint:

The Municipality of Central Huron will receive complaints in writing in two different ways:

  1. In Person at Town Hall: 23 Albert St, Clinton ON, Monday to Friday from 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM
  2. By email:

Fill out the appropriate complaint form in its entirety.

The Bylaw Enforcement Officer may wish to contact you to confirm information, or ask further questions regarding the issue. Please note that complainant information is considered confidential and will not be released to the person whose property is under complaint.