The North Bay Police Service strives to reduce injuries and save lives through traffic enforcement, directed patrols, and education to improve the safety of our streets for everyone.
We partner with other police services, road safety organizations, members of the media and community partners, to ensure the safe and efficient movement of traffic within the City of North Bay.
The Traffic Office, which is comprised of a traffic staff sergeant, a traffic enforcement officer and an administrative clerk, can be reached by telephone at 705-497-5555, option 5.
Proposed Vehicles for Hire & Private Transportation Company Vehicles By-Law
The new By-Law proposed by the North Bay Police Services Board is designed with the purpose to provide a modern and fair By-Law that offers continuing safety for passengers and fair business practices for businesses who transport persons for a fee in our community. Interested parties including residents, businesses and groups can respond in writing to the North Bay Police Services Board with comments, recommendations and concerns by 15 September 2020. The proposed by-law called the ‘Vehicles for Hire and Private Transportation Company Vehicles By-Law’ will replace the current North Bay Taxi By-Law.
Please contact [email protected] with any questions.
Frequently Asked Questions
Where do I pay parking tickets?
Parking tickets are to be paid in person at City Hall, 200 McIntyre Street East, North Bay or online at www.paytickets.ca
Where do I pay my speeding or other traffic infractions?
Speeding and any other traffic infractions are to be paid in person at Provincial Offences Office, City Hall, 200 McIntyre Street East, North Bay or online at www.paytickets.ca
Top 20 intersections where motor vehicle collisions occurred in North Bay
The North Bay Police Service has created a series of Google maps that illustrate the top 20 intersections where collisions occurred in the city of North Bay.
Visit our interactive map on Google to see the results for 2016.
Visit our interactive map on Google to see the results for 2015.
Visit our interactive map on Google to see the results for 2014.