There are several types of violation tickets distributed in Whistler: provincial, municipal and private.
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Bylaw Notices can be paid online, by e-transfer using firstname.lastname@example.org, mailed to or in person at Municipal Hall during regular business hours. Cash, cheque, credit card and debit are accepted, please reference your ticket number.
Bylaw Notices may be disputed online or on paper delivered to Municipal Hall. Disputes for Bylaw Notices must be submitted within 14 days of the issue date, or the opportunity to dispute the ticket will be denied. A screening officer will review the dispute, if it is determined that the ticket is upheld the disputant has the opportunity to proceed to an Adjudication Hearing. The cost to be heard at an Adjudication Hearing is $25 and will be added to the fine amount IF the adjudicator rules that the alleged bylaw infraction did occur. The decision of the adjudicator is final and any appeals would be directed to the Supreme Court of British Columbia. Find out more about disputing a Bylaw Notice.
Municipal Tickets (Municipal Ticket Information)
Municipal tickets can be paid online, by e-transfer using email@example.com, mailed to or in person at Municipal Hall during regular business hours. Cash, cheque, credit card and debit are accepted, please reference your ticket number.
If you wish to to dispute a Municipal Ticket Information this must be completed within 14 days or the option to dispute will no longer be available. Disputes must be completed in writing and can be mailed or delivered to Municipal Hall. After the Municipal Information Ticket is disputed you will receive notice in the mail from the Provincial Court Registry informing you of the time and location for your hearing.
Dispute instructions are listed on the back of all Municipal Bylaw tickets and includes the option to complete a dispute on paper or online, depending upon the infraction. Please note some violation tickets are written by private companies and can not be paid or disputed through Municipal Hall.