A bylaw is a rule or law established by a municipality to regulate itself, as allowed by Alberta's Municipal Government Act. Bylaws are normally prepared by Town Administration at the request of Council. Council then proceeds to give the bylaw three Readings in council meetings. After the Third Reading, also known as a Final Reading, the bylaw is passed. Citizens with an interest in any bylaw can contact the Town Office where our knowledgeable and helpful staff will answer any questions or concerns you may have.
Bylaw Violation Complaints
Bylaw violations, including noise, parking, animal, snow removal & public safety bylaw violations, may be submitted online using the confidential bylaw complaint submission form. Please reference the bylaws below under the Municipal Enforcement Bylaws of Interest for information on what constitutes an offence under each respective bylaw.