Snow Clearing Regulations - Effective November 14, 2011 1. Title
These regulations may be cited as "The Town of Logy Bay-Middle Cove-Outer Cove Snow Clearing Regulations"
(a) "Council" means the Town Council of Logy Bay-Middle Cove-Outer Cove
(b) "Town" means the Town of Logy Bay-Middle Cove-Outer Cove
(c) "Vehicle" means a device in, upon or by which a person or property may be transported or
drawn upon a highway
(d) "Road" means highway as defined by the Highway Traffic Act 1990 and which for the
purposes of these regulations are under the jurisdiction of Council
3. During the period from the first day of November of each year, up to and including the thirtieth
day of April in any succeeding year, both days inclusive, no person shall park, at any time
any unattended vehicle upon a road or road shoulder within the Town.
4. During the period from the first day of November of each year, up to, and including the
thirtieth day of April in any succedding year, both days inclusive, no person shall park, at any
time, any unattended vehicle in the turning area at the ends of Doran's Lane and Red Cliff
5. During the period from the first day of November in each year, up to and including the
thirtieth day of April in any succeeding year, both days inclusive, no person shall shovel, plow,
caused to be shoveled or plowed, any residue from a driveway or parking lot onto any road,
road shoulder or road ditch, within the municipal boundaries of the Town.6. Any unattended vehicle parked on any road or road shoulder within the Town, in
contravention of these regulations, may be removed and impounded by the Council, the cost
of such removal and impounding may be recovered from the owner as a civil debt. Any snow
residue that has to be removed by Council on any road, road right of way or road ditch
caused by a person shoveling or plowing from a driveway or parking lot may be recovered as
a civil debt.7. Council will not be responsible for any damage to property, fences, and garbage boxes
etc. that impede snow clearing and are placed within the Town's designated road right of
Curbside Recycling:Important Notice
: Recycling Bags that are contaminated, meaning that one of the following items: glass, plastic bags/wrap, aerosol and paint cans, syringes, styrofoam, diapers, kitty litter, drink/coffee cups, gift wrapping paper
is placed in the bag with other recycables the bag will not be picked up from the curbside and will be marked contaminated. You need to remove the contaminated material and place it with your regular garbage and then place the recycling bag back on the curbside for your next regular pick up day. You may download and print the curbside recycling guidelines When
: Recycling will be picked up bi-weekly on the same day as garbage pickup and must be placed curbside by 8:00 am on colection day. Garbage and recycling pickup will occur at different times during the day.
September 13, 2011How
September 27, 2011
October 11, 2011
October 25, 2011
November 8, 2011
November 22, 2011
December 6, 2011
December 20, 2011
Outer Cove/Middle Cove: September 15, 2011
September 29, 2011
October 13, 2011
October 27, 2011
November 10, 2011
November 24, 2011
December 8, 2011
December 22, 2011
Where: Recycling should be placed with the bags of garbage for pickup. If space is limiting then
bags of recyclables can be placed on the ground uncovered. Pests should not be an issue if the
recyclables are properly rinsed and cleaned, though it's still encouraged to cover garbage bags.
: All recyclables are to be placed in transparent bags that can be found in most local stores
next to the regular garbage bags. The bags must be clear blue
.Recyclables must be separated into containers and paper/cardboard, and placed in two different
bags. A list of products that can be recycled is provided below.
Containers must be empty and rinsed with water and plastic caps removed from bottles.
On recycling pick-up day, place the bags of recyclables with the bags of garbage for removal.
Absolutely no glass is accepted in the curbside recycling program. A single piece of glass will
contaminate the entire bag of recycling so it's asked of residents not to include glass. Recyclable beverage containers, including glass
recyclables will continue to be accepted at the Town Recycling Depot located behind the Town Hall in aide of St. Francis of Assisi School.
Why: Recycling is great both financially and environmentally. The tippage fee for recyclable
material is lower than that for garbage so the Town is paying less to bring the recycables to the
depot than it would to bring them to the landfill. Environmentally there are many reasons why
recycling is beneficial. Landfills add tons of greenhouse gases, the gases are responsible for
climate change, to the atmosphere every year so the less garbage in the landfill the better.
Also, many recyclable materials can take hundreds of years to break down while recycling
puts them back in to action as soon as possible and of course; having less garbage makes the
area more beautiful.
Recyclables accepted are as follows:
NewspapersAluminum (pop and beer cans, pie plates)
Writing and Computer Paper (lined, white, coloured)
Books (remove hardcovers)
Boxboard (cereal, tissue, detergent boxes and more)
Egg Cartons (the cardboard kind)
Toilet Paper Rolls
Paper Towel Rolls
Plastic Bottles (water, pop, liquor)
Plastic Containers (ice cream, ketchup, bleach, shampoo, butter, sour cream, household cleaners, salad dressing, yogurt and more)
Tin Cans (soup, coffee, tuna, cat food & more)
Gable Tops (milk and juice cartons)
Tetra Paks (juice boxes, soup & more) Please Note
:The only plastic that will not be taken is # 4 (plastic film). Plastics from # 1-3, 5-7 will be collected.
Regular garbage collection is scheduled as follows:
Logy Bay - Tuesday
Middle Cove - Thursday
Outer Cove - Thursday
A reminder that garbage must be cleared on the road right-of-way and containers cleared of snow before 8:00 am on collection day. In order to keep our community clean all residents are asked to ensure that your garbage placed by the roadside is either placed in covered containers or garbage boxes or covered with material/netting to prevent crows and rodents from accessing the garbage. Failure to do so will result in Council taking further action.
Residents of the Greater Avalon Region can now dispose of their household hazardous waste on
a regular basis at the new Robin Hood Bay Regional Waste Management Facility. For a
schedule of availible times, please visit .
A reminder that our by-laws require that animals be penned in or on a leash when on private or
public property (including Middle Cove and Outer Cove Beaches). Animal ID Tags assist in
locating lost pets; these may be obtained at the Town Council Office free of charge. Residents
are required to clean up after their animals when walking or running them in public areas. Dogs
are not permitted on the softball field, soccer field, Tennis Court or playground area. We would
encourage all dog owners to adhere to Poop and Scoop practices for the health and respect for
all others within all Town areas.
Animal Control Fines: $50.00-1st offence; $75.00-2nd offence; $100.00-3rd offence; subsequent violation notices within a twelve (12) month period will result in an additional $100.00 fine per violation. Daily impound fee $ 10.00.
Your volunteer Fire epartment is currently recruiting new members. We offer a variety of fire training along with CPR, First Aid and First Responder. If you are interested in joining our team, further details are available at the Town Council Office or from any member of the Fire Department. Meetings are held on Tuesday evenings of the month at 7:00 pm. Please feel free to drop in at any meeting to observe training and ask questions or you can call Neil Ryan, Fire Chief @ 437-1187.
Permits and Regulations:
Permits to burn are required from early May until early September. Please contact the Department of Natural Resources at 729-4180 for exact dates or to obtain a permit.