STARTING SATURDAY JULY 13, 2019, CERTAIN ROADS WILL BE ACCESSIBLE TO OFF-ROAD VEHICLES IN THE SACKVILLE COMMUNITY! (Please see copy of by-law below)
BY-LAW NO. 258
TOWN OF SACKVILLE BY-LAW DESIGNATING ROADS ACCESSIBLE TO OFF-ROAD VEHICLES.
Pursuant to the powers conferred by the Off-Road Vehicle Act, S.N.B. 1985, c. O-1.5 and its amendments, the Council of the Town of Sackville duly assembled enacts as follows:
1. "Off-road vehicle" has the same meaning as defined in the Off-Road Vehicle Act, with the exception of excluding a motorized snow vehicle.
2. All persons operating an Off-Road Vehicle must operate such in accordance with the Off-Road Vehicle Act and any amendments thereto.
3. No person shall drive an off-road vehicle on streets within the Town of Sackville with the exception of Mallard Drive and Wright Street other than at the locations designated for this purpose and as further set out below and on a map attached to this By-Law as Schedule “A”.
4. Off-road vehicles shall only be driven on Mallard Drive designated as municipal jurisdiction for a distance of 364 meters and further set out on the map attached to this By-Law as Schedule "A".
5. Off-road vehicles shall only be driven on Wright Street designated as municipal jurisdiction for a distance of 341 meters and further set out on the map attached to this by-law as Schedule A.
6. The driver or any occupant of the Off-Road Vehicle must be properly wearing a helmet that complies with the standards prescribed by Regulations under the Motor Vehicle Act.
7. The Off-Road Vehicle must be outfitted with the necessary equipment as described in the Off-Road Vehicle Act.
8. Off-Road Vehicles must operate in the same direction as traffic and travel in a single file to the extreme right of the street.
9. Off-Road Vehicles shall give the appropriate signals as required under the Motor Vehicle Act and obey all traffic control devices.
10. Any other vehicle utilizing the street shall have the right of way.
11. Off-road vehicles may use Wright Street and Mallard Drive at the specific locations in this by-law as long as they have a trail permit of an ATV Club federated in New Brunswick or
in another province member of a reciprocal agreement with New Brunswick, this permit being in the form of a sticker which must be clearly and permanently displayed on the ATV or on the side-by-side. The driver must be able to immediately provide a registration document and an insurance document for the vehicle. A license plate with a valid sticker must be visible.
10. Any person who violates sections 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 of this By-Law is guilty of an offence and is liable upon summary conviction to a fine of $100.00.
Coming into force
11. This By-Law comes into force upon the approval of the Minister as defined under the Off-Road Vehicle Act.
Read a first time this 8th day of April, 2019.
Read a second time this 14th day of May, 2019.
Read a third time and done and passed Council this 14th day of May, 2019.