The MD's Bylaw Enforcement department strives to keep the peace, promote public safety, and deliver quality service through education, inspection, enforcement, community relations, and emergency response.
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REPORT AN ISSUE
Peace Officers work hard to keep the region running smoothly, but they can't be everywhere at once. Often, the eyes and ears of residents can be the MD's first sign that something's wrong. Submit a n alert form and we'll address your issue in accordance to its severity and available resources.
Municipal District of Lesser Slave River Bylaws
Browse the catalogue of commonly-accessed MD bylaws below. If you're looking for a specific bylaw not listed below, please contact the MD administration office at 780.849.4888 or peaceofficer (@) mdlsr.ca.
The current Land Use Bylaw (LUB) was enacted September 22, 2021. The LUB sets out the rules for what kind of building or activity can take place on private property and it outlines the process for issuing Development Permits that gives approval for that new building or activity.
CONTACT A PEACE OFFICER
|peaceofficer (@) mdlsr.ca|
Peace Officers are available Monday to Friday from 8:30am to 4:30pm. Please dial 911 for immediate emergency assistance with fire, ambulance or police-related issues.
ALERT THE MD
Use the Alert the MD form to notify Enforcement Services about stray livestock, lost & found pets, unsightly premises, traffic-related concerns, or other issues related to bylaw enforcement.
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More About Bylaw Enforcement
The Bylaw Enforcement department is committed to serve, protect, and provide a desired quality of life for residents and visitors alike by raising public awareness of community standards.
Strength in Numbers
Together, municipal Peace Officers and Bylaw Enforcement Officers are responsible for:
- Investigating and monitoring bylaw compliance concerns and infractions
- Monitoring compliance of municipal bylaws through patrols
- Assisting with bylaw creation
- Meeting with communities to facilitate proactive solutions to local issues
- Meeting the needs of residents by resolving local complaints by means of mediation or prosecution