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County of Stettler Bylaw Library
Commonly Requested Bylaws
Listed below are some of the different bylaws for the community. Bylaws not listed below can be obtained by calling the County of Stettler at 403-742-4441 or sending an email.
- Dog Control Bylaw - The Dog Control Bylaw sets out the rules and regulations surrounding dog ownership within the County of Stettler; Schedule A was amended and is attached, as amended.
- Fee Bylaw - The Fee Bylaw establishes the schedule of fees that the County of Stettler charges for numerous goods and services it provides to the general public.
- General Traffic Bylaw - The General Traffic Bylaw sets out the rules and regulations pertaining to the use of the County of Stettler's roadways.
- Land Use Bylaw - The Land Use Bylaw sets out the rules and regulations for developing within the County of Stettler.
- Municipal Development Plan - the Municipal Development Plan provides Council's policies relative to land use and subdivision and other matters such as intermunicipal cooperation.
- Nuisance Bylaw - The Nuisance Bylaw sets out the definition of a nuisance and the penalties and procedures that apply when a nuisance is reported.
- Procedural Bylaw - The Procedural Bylaw establishes the rules and regulations for the order and conduct in which Council shall transact its business and meetings. This includes committee structure, meeting schedules, leadership rules and remuneration.
- Councillor Code of Conduct - The Councillor Code of Conduct declares the standard of behavior and actions for County of Stettler elected officials. These standards are to ensure the highest public confidence in, and respect for local government and interpersonal relationships, to ensure effective leadership in, and through, the elected Council, and to ensure that Council and Councillors act with the highest level of integrity and ethical behaviour.
- Tax Rate Bylaw - The annual Bylaw which establishes the rates of taxation for properties located within the County of Stetler
- Village of Botha Repealing Bylaw - This Bylaw repeals most of the relevant Bylaws that were in place for the Village of Botha and in repealing them, have brought the Village of Botha within the legislative framework of the County of Stettler. The residents that reside in Botha are now governed by the County of Stettler Bylaws.
- Advertising Bylaw - Council is required by the Municipal Government Act to advertise particular opportunities, including the ability for residents to petition particular bylaws or have a say in items like development permits and subdivisions that affect them. This Bylaw outlines where and how Council may advertise for public notification and participation opportunities.
- Rezoning - Paradise Shores Bylaw - This is the Bylaw that is responsible for the rezoning of the land currently set aside for the construction of the Paradise Shores RV Resort.
- Advertising Bylaw
- Cannabis Consumption Bylaw
- Cannabis Land Use Bylaw
- Land Use Bylaw - Botha
- Village of Botha - Repealing Bylaw
- Borrowing Bylaw - Land and Gravel Supply
County of Stettler Policy Manual
- CN 1.1 - Council Remuneration
- CN 1.2 - Council Benefits
- CN 1.3 - Council Service Recognition
- CN 1.4 - Technology, Internet and Network Usage
- CN 1.5 - Boards, Committees and Comissions
- CN 1.6 - Member at Large and Committee Member Remuneration
- CN 1.7 - Council, Member at Large and Committee Member Use of County Vehicles
- CN 1.8 - Acceptance of Gifts by Members of Council
Public Works Policies
- PW 2.1 - Roadside Brushing
- PW 2.10 - Road Specifications
- PW 2.10 - Road Specifications Attachement
- PW 2.11 - Texas Gates
- PW 2.12 - Trees and Buildings Compensation
- PW 2.13 - Road Construction - Cost Sharing
- PW 2.14 - Red Willow Lagoon Access
- PW 2.15 - Playground Inspections
- PW 2.16 - Tree Pruning
- PW 2.17 - Engineering Design Guidelines and General Construction
- PW 2.18 - Contract Gravel Trucks
- PW 2.19 - Crop Damages
- PW 2.2 - Gravel Road Dust Reduction
- PW 2.20 - Private LandOwner Snow Removal Guidelines
- PW 2.21 - Water Management and Drainage
- PW 2.22 - Culvert Sales
- PW 2.23 - Grader Blade Sales
- PW 2.24 - Access Approach Location
- PW 2.25 - Aggregate (Sand and Gravel)
- PW 2.26 - Road Clean-Up Program
- PW 2.28 - Snow Plowing Service Standards
- PW 2.29 - Grade or Snowplowing Services to Private Property
- PW 2.3 - Pipeline Crossings
- PW 2.30 - Gravel-Screened Sand Stockpile Rent
- PW 2.31 - Payment for Power Meters - Patrol Operators
- PW 2.4 - County Equipment Usage - Villages, Summer Villages and Schools
- PW 2.5 - Fencing
- PW 2.6 - Installation of Approaches and Culverts
- PW 2.7 - Land Compensation
- PW 2.8 - Mowing Road Slopes
- PW 2.9 - Road Construction
- AG 3.1 - Lease Lands
- AG 3.10 - Water Management Projects
- AG 3.11 - Grazing Right of Ways
- AG 3.2 - Vegetation Control
- AG 3.3 - Control of Clubroot Disease in Canola
- AG 3.4 - Tree Acquisition
- AG 3.5 - Wild Boar Control
- AG 3.6 - Pest Control
- AG 3.7 - Control of Virulent Blackleg
- AG 3.8 - Soil Conservation
- AG 3.9 - Use of Equipment
Planning & Development Policies
Protective Services Policies
Administration and Finance Policies
- AF 6.10 - Draft Reserve Management and Finanical Reporting
- AF 6.2 - Communications
- AF 6.3 - Buffalo Lake South Shore Reserve Fund
- AF 6.4 - Records Retention and Disposition
- AF 6.5 - Recreation Special Project Funding
- AF 6.6 - Recreation Operational Assistance Funding
- AF 6.7 - Social Media
- AF 6.8 - Risk Management
- AF 6.9 - Surveillance Cameras