Who is responsible for pest control for a property?
The property owner, landlord, property manager or occupant may be responsible depending on the circumstances.
If you want to register a complaint regarding an insect or pest problem, contact the City at 311. I saw a rat or mouse coming out of the neighbour’s yard, what can be done?
Contact the City at 311 to register a complaint. My neighbour seems to be keeping pigeons. Is that allowed?
Keeping Pigeons is allowed under the Neighbourhood Liveability By-law.
The By-law outlines specific requirements dealing with the keeping of pigeons that must be met in order to obtain the required health permit. As well, new construction of pigeon lofts or avairys must first obtain zoning approval prior to construction.
Contact the City at 311 to register a complaint. What can be done about the insect problem I have in my suite (cockroaches, bedbugs, wasps, flies)?
If you have problems related to your rental residnece first contact your rental manager, owner, or caretaker to advise them of the problem. If the problem is not resolved you can register a complaint with the City of Winnipeg Community By-law Enforcement Services at 311.
Do I have to allow my landlord into my suite to exterminate bugs?
To effectively control insect problems in a building, the exterminator’s recommendations should be followed to ensure proper treatment. My child has lice, how do I treat it?
Contact the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority’s Health Links at 204-788-8200 for treatment information.
For further information about dogs and other animals, see Animal Services
For further information about insects, including mosquitoes, see Insect Control