Cardston Municipal Enforcement is currently made up of two members, one Community Peace Officer Level One and a Bylaw Enforcement Officer. Currently the department works within the community to enforce various Provincial Legislation and all Town of Cardston Bylaw’s. Municipal Enforcement also provides the Animal Care and Control services to the Town, along with many other services such as lost items, public awareness, and public safety initiatives.
Recently the department rolled out an Online Bylaw Complaint reporting option. Residents in Cardston may go online to www.cardston.ca/municipal-enforcement/ to file a complaint about infractions of:
• Town of Cardston Bylaws
• Traffic Safety Act
• Gaming and Liquor Act
• Trespass to Premises Act
• Petty Trespass Act
• Tobacco and Smoking Reduction Act
• Provincial Offences and Procedures Act
• Environmental Enhancement and Protection Act
• Animal Protection Act
• Dangerous Dogs Act
For a listing of Town of Cardston Bylaws, please visit www.cardston.ca/bylaws/.
NOTE: Municipal Enforcement does not accept anonymous complaints, and will not investigate complaints with missing contact information. Any complaint made with Municipal Enforcement must be accompanied by the complainant’s full name, date of birth, and address (mailing and physical). This will allow for the best and most efficient investigative process possible, and hopefully creating a faster outcome for the complainant. As a general rule your information will not be released to the Subject of Complaint. Visit the FAQ section of the Town website at www.cardston.ca/faq for more information.