Frequently requested bylaws

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Administration bylaws

2020 Fees, Rates and Charges Bylaw 37-2019 (19.6 KB)

On November 18, 2019 Council approved the 2020 fees, rates and charges. These fees, rates and charges will take effect on January 1, 2020 unless otherwise noted.
Managed by Strathcona County’s Financial Services Department.
Information: Financial Services, 780-464-8053

Bylaw 40-2020 Amendment No. 1 Fees, Rates and Charges Bylaw 37-2019 (20.4 KB)

The purpose of this bylaw is to amend Bylaw 37-2019 to include a fee for Strathcona County land owners who are provided water service by the City of Fort Saskatchewan.
Information: Financial Services, 780-464-8053

Chief Commissioner's Bylaw 21-2015 (37.0 KB)

A Bylaw of Strathcona County respecting the appointment of, and delegation of certain powers and authorities to, the Chief Administrative Officer of Strathcona County.
Information: Legislative and Legal Services, 780-464-8137

Designated Officers Bylaw 64-2017 (275.7 KB)

Establish designated officer positions as permitted or required by the Municipal Government Act, and the terms and conditions of appointment.
Information: Legislative and Legal Services, 780-464-8140

Municipal Office Bylaw 10-2019 (301.4 KB)

This bylaw designates the municipal office for municipal Council.
Information: Legislative and Legal Services, 780-464-8137

Operating Expenditures Borrowing Bylaw 15-2020 (56.0 KB)

This bylaw is to allow Strathcona County to establish a line of credit in order to borrow money to meet operating expenditures.
Information: Financial Services, 780-464-8053

Bylaw 37-2020 Borrowing Bylaw - Winfield Heights - Rural Water Service Local Improvement Project (21.9 KB)

This bylaw authorizes the Council of Strathcona County to incur indebtedness by the issuance of debenture(s) for the purpose of financing the design and construction of a low-pressure trickle system for the residents of Winfield Heights.
Information: Financial Services, 780-464-8053

Permit and Licence Extension Bylaw 19-2020 (121.2 KB)

A bylaw to temporarily extend permits, issue temporary permits, and temporarily waive permit fees.
Information: Legislative and Legal Services, 780-464-8137

Assessment and tax bylaws

Supplementary Assessment Bylaw 13-2020 (108.6 KB)

A bylaw to permit Strathcona County to prepare supplementary assessments on all improvements within Strathcona County.
Information: Assessment and Tax, 780-464-8120

Tax Rate Bylaw 18-2020 (401.2 KB)

A bylaw to establish tax rates for 2020.
Information: Assessment and Tax, 780-464-8120

Tax - Late Payment Penalties Bylaw 46-2011 (78.4 KB)

This bylaw will impose late payment penalties on unpaid taxes and tax arrears.
Information: Assessment and Tax, 780-464-8120

Tax Penalty Bylaw 27-2020 (20.8 KB)

The purpose of this bylaw is to defer and amend penalties that apply to unpaid Taxes, for the 2020 Tax Year only.
Information: Assessment and Tax, 780-464-8120

Agriculture and environment bylaws

Animal Control Bylaw 18-2011 (564.1 KB)

This bylaw regulates the keeping and harbouring of animals on land within Strathcona County, with the exception of dogs. For regulation of dogs, see Dog Control Bylaw
Information: Transportation and Agriculture Services, 780-417-7100

Apiculture Bylaw 43-2011 (309.3 KB)

This bylaw regulates beekeeping within Strathcona County.
Information: Transportation and Agriculture Services, 780-417-7100

Stubble Burning Bylaw 50-2003 (118.9 KB)

This bylaw establishes a system of permits controlling the burning of land within Strathcona County.
Information and Permits: Transportation and Agriculture Services, 780-417-7100

Unauthorized Use of Conservation Easements Bylaw 68-2005 (250.0 KB)

This bylaw provides for the protection and enhancement of the environment through the use and enforcement of environmental and conservation easements.
Information: Enforcement Services, 780-449-0170

Amendment to Unauthorized Use of Conservation Easements Bylaw 47-2008 (amends Bylaw 68-2005) (16.0 KB)

Amendment to The Unauthorized Use of Conservation Easements Bylaw 68-2005
Information: Enforcement Services, 780-449-0170

Unauthorized Use of County Property Bylaw 8-2007 (318.7 KB)

This bylaw regulates the unauthorized use of County Property to promote the safe, enjoyable and reasonable use of such land and to protect and conserve natural ecosystems for the benefit of all citizens of the County.
Information: Planning and Development, 780-464-8080

Amendment to Unauthorized Use of County PropertyBylaw 81-2007 (amends Bylaw 8-2007) (42.4 KB)

This Bylaw amends Unauthorized Use of County Property Bylaw 8-2007
Information: Planning and Development, 780-464-8080

Boards and committees bylaws

Accessibility Advisory Committee Bylaw 30-2018 (1714.4 KB)

A bylaw to establish a committee to provide advice and recommendations to Council on improving accessibility for all people in Strathcona County.
Information: Legislative and Legal Services, 780-464-8140

Boards and Committees Bylaw 46-2015 (repeals 51-2012, 11-2013, 60-2013, 26-2015) (146.4 KB)

This Bylaw shall govern the establishment and regulation of Council Committees unless a variance is specifically provided for in this Bylaw. Any
such variance must be set out in the Committee Terms of Reference. ThisBylaw does not apply to the Priorities Committee.
Information: Legislative and Legal Services, 780-464-8140

Amendment to Boards and Committees Bylaw 64-2015 -(amends Bylaw 46-2015) (18.5 KB)

Establishes the General Appeals and Review Committee.
Information: Legislative and Legal Services, 780-464-8140

Amendment to Boards and Committees Bylaw 28-2016 (amends Bylaw 46-2015) (63.5 KB)

Amends the Terms of Reference for the Agricultural Service Board.
Information: Legislative and Legal Services, 780-464-8140

Amendment to Boards and Committees Bylaw 13-2019 (amends 46-2015) (18.9 KB)

Amends the Terms of Reference for the Strathcona County / City of Fort Saskatchewan Intermunicipal Relations Committee.
Information: Legislative and Legal Services, 780-464-8140

Amendment to Boards and Committees Bylaw 33-2019 (amends 46-2015) (34.3 KB)

Amends Bylaw 46-2015 to delete the Terms of Reference for the Energy Exploration Advisory Committee, Environmental Advisory Committee, and the Finance Advisory Committee.
Information: Legislative and Legal Services, 780-464-8140

Boards and Committees Honorarium Bylaw 34-2017 (27.4 KB)

Prescribes honorarium payable to certain members of Council Committees.
Information: Legislative and Legal Services, 780-464-8140

Bylaw 14-2020 (amends Bylaw 34-2017 Boards and Committees Honorarium Bylaw) (23.0 KB)

A bylaw to amend Bylaw 34-2017.
Information: Legislative and Legal Services, 780-464-8140

Chief Commissioner Recruitment Committee Bylaw 29-2019 (32.8 KB)

A bylaw to establish a Council committee named the Chief Commissioner Recruitment Committee , and to prescribe a mandate, terms of reference, composition and procedural rules for the committee.
Information: Legislative and Legal Services, 780-464-8140

Bylaw 42-2019 (amends Chief Commissioner Recruitment Committee Bylaw 29-2019) (14.4 KB)

Council adopted Bylaw 29-2019 (amended by Bylaw 42-2019) to establish the Chief Commissioner Recruitment Committee and to delegate certain duties and powers imposed and conferred upon a Council by the Municipal Government Act, RSA 2000, c M-26.
Information: Legislative and Legal Services, 780-464-8140

COVID-19 Citizen and Community Support Task Force Bylaw 32-2020 (61.6 KB)

The Task Force will provide policy and legislative recommendations to Council on residential and community support in the context of the COVID-19 Pandemic and recovery, helping to ensure that Council’s legislative framework and decisions support a coordinated response to resident and community needs during and after the Pandemic.
Information: Legislative and Legal Services, 780-464-8137

COVID-19 Economic Resilience and Vision Task Force Bylaw 31-2020 (66.8 KB)

To establish a Task Force to provide policy and legislative recommendations to Council on economic recovery, resilience and vision in the context of the COVID-19 Pandemic, support for business and industry, and support for the local economy in general.
Information: Legislative and Legal Services 780-464-8137

COVID-19 Recovery Governance Task Force Bylaw 33-2020 (57.0 KB)

The Task Force will support Council’s development of an overall vision and strategy for the municipality’s response, recovery, and resilience both during and after the COVID-19 Pandemic.
Information: Legislative and Legal Services, 780-464-8137

Mayor's Executive Committee Bylaw 8-2019 (181.3 KB)

This bylaw establishes a Council committee named the Mayor’s Executive Committee.
Information: Legislative and Legal Services, 780-464-8140

Priorities Committee Bylaw 17-2017 (75.6 KB)

This bylaw establishes the Priorities Committee.
Information: Legislative and Legal Services, 780-464-8140

Bylaw 6-2020 (amendment to Priorities Committee Bylaw 17-2017) (13.8 KB)

Council adopted Bylaw 17-2017 (amended by Bylaw 6-2020) to establish the Priorities Committee and to delegate certain duties and powers imposed and conferred upon a Council by the Municipal Government Act, RSA 2000, c M-26, as amended.
Information: Legislative and Legal Services, 780-464-8140

Red Tape Reduction Task Force Bylaw 37-2019 (31.7 KB)

Establishes the Planning and Development Red Tape Reduction Task Force.
Information: Legislative and Legal Services, 780-464-8140

Regional Assessment Review Board Bylaw 16-2019 (164.9 KB)

Establishes the Regional Assessment Review Board which hears complaints on assessment decisions made by Strathcona County and the Town of Bruderheim.
Information: Legislative and Legal Services, 780-464-8140

Amendment to Regional Assessment Review Board Bylaw 40-2019 (amends 16-2019) (14.1 KB)

Council adopted Bylaw 16-2019 (amended by 40-2019) to establish the Regional Assessment Review Board and to delegate certain duties and powers imposed and conferred upon a Council.
Information: Legislative and Legal Services, 780-464-8140

Seniors Advisory Committee Bylaw 29-2018 (128.8 KB)

This bylaw establishes terms for a committee to provide advice and recommendations to Council on issues and opportunities related to the physical, emotional, and social wellbeing of seniors in Strathcona County.
Information: Legislative and Legal Services, 780-464-8140

Bylaw 41-2020 Strathcona County and Sturgeon County Intermunicipal Affairs Committee (42.9 KB)

This bylaw establishes the functions of a joint council committee named the Strathcona County and Sturgeon County Intermunicipal Affairs Committee.
Information: Legislative and Legal Services, 780-464-8140

Subdivision and Development Appeal Board Bylaw 56-2017 (108.9 KB)

This bylaw establishes the Subdivision and Development Appeal Board which hears appeals on subdivision and development decisions made by the County.
Information: Legislative and Legal Services, 780-464-8140

Traffic Safety Advisory Committee Bylaw 28-2018 (129.4 KB)

A bylaw to establish a committee to provide advice and recommendations to Council on rural and urban traffic safety and efficiency issues, concerns, and opportunities.
Information: Legislative and Legal Services, 780-464-8140

Youth Advisory Committee Bylaw 31-2018 (128.9 KB)

A bylaw to establish a committee to provide advice and recommendations to Council on issues and opportunities involving or affecting youth.
Information: Legislative and Legal Services, 780-464-8140

Community and families bylaws

Conversion Therapy Prohibition Bylaw 28-2019 (151.1 KB)

A bylaw to prohibit the practice of conversion therapy on minors; and to protect all persons from unwanted conversion therapy; and to prohibit the advertising of conversion therapy services.
Information: Enforcement Services: 780-449-0170

Council bylaws

Council Code of Conduct Bylaw 27-2018 (156.6 KB)

This bylaw is established for standards of the ethical conduct of Councillors relating to their roles and obligations as Council for the Municipality.
Information: Legislative and Legal Services, 780-464-8137

Election Bylaw 28-2013 (98.3 KB)

This bylaw provides for the conduct of municipal elections in Strathcona County.
Information: Legislative and Legal Services, 780-464-8157

Meeting Procedures Bylaw 20-2015 (Consolidated May 24, 2017) (215.4 KB)

This bylaw establishes the procedures for meetings of Council and committees of Council.
Information: Legislative and Legal Services, 780-464-8137

Amendment to Meeting Procedures Bylaw 7-2017 (amends Bylaw 20-2015) (69.2 KB)

This Bylaw amends Meeting Procedures Bylaw 20-2015.
Information: Legislative and Legal Services, 780-464-8137

Changes to Meetings Related to COVID-19 Regulation Bylaw 17-2020 (53.5 KB)

This bylaw addresses procedural changes required as a result of the response to the COVID-19 Pandemic.
Information: Legislative and Legal Services, 780-464-8137

Bylaw 44-2020 Amends Bylaw 17-2020 (30.9 KB)

The purpose of this bylaw is to amend Bylaw 17-2020 to provide an in-person option for certain presentations to Council and Priorities Committee, including Public Hearings.
Information: Legislative and Legal Services, 780-464-8137

Municipal Ward Boundaries and Council Composition Bylaw 22-2016 (repeals 59-2006) (3669.9 KB)

A bylaw to divide municipality into wards and establish their boundaries. Provide that Councillors are nominated and elected by ward.
Information: Legislative and Legal Services, 780-464-8157

Development bylaws

Aggregate Levy Bylaw 41-2009 (302.0 KB)

A bylaw to authorize the implementation of a community aggregate payment levy, effective September 1, 2009.
Information: Transportation and Agriculture Services, 780-417-7100

Bylaw 7-2018 (amends Aggregate Levy Bylaw 41-2009) (28.5 KB)

Effective July 1, 2018: Amendment to the amount payable per tonne of sand and gravel.
Information: Transportation and Agriculture Services, 780-417-7100

Casino Bylaw 100-2001 (58.0 KB)

A bylaw that prohibits casinos in Strathcona County.
Information: Legislative and Legal Services, 780-464-8137

Civic Addressing Bylaw 29-2010 (176.2 KB)

This bylaw requires the numbering and display of numbers on parcels of land and buildings and units and sub-units within buildings.
Civic Addressing – FAQ – Link required https://www.strathcona.ca/council-county/bylaws-and-policies/addressing/
Information: Planning and Development Services, 780-410-6517

Designate Certain Lands School Reserve Bylaw 21-2020 (18.8 KB)

A bylaw to designate certain lands as school reserve.
Information: Planning and Development Services, 780-464-8080

Municipal Development Plan Bylaw 20-2017 (12766.7 KB)

The Municipal Development Plan is the County’s plan for the future. It sets out a clear vision for how Strathcona County will grow and develop over the next 20 years and beyond.
Information: Planning and Development Services, 780-464-8080

Municipal Rights-of-Way Bylaw 75-2004 (1608.9 KB)

This bylaw regulates the use and occupation of municipal rights-of-way.
Information: Planning and Development Services, 780-464-8080

Offsite Development Levies Bylaw 34-2020, as amended (5807.8 KB)

This bylaw provides for the imposition and payment of offsite levies in respect to lands that are to be developed or subdivided.
Information: Planning and Development Services, 780-464-8080

Rural Hamlet Boundaries Bylaw 40-2009 (409.0 KB)

This bylaw defines the rural hamlet boundaries of Antler Lake, Ardrossan, Collingwood Cove, Half Moon Lake, Hastings Lake, Josephburg, North Cooking Lake and South Cooking Lake.
Information: Planning and Development Services, 780-464-8080

Amendment to Rural Hamlet Boundaries Bylaw 40-2013 (amends 40-2009) (530.6 KB)

Information: Planning and Development Services, 780-464-8080

Amendment to Rural Hamlet Boundaries Bylaw 30-2019 (amends 40-2009) (142.8 KB)

Amend the Rural Hamlet Boundary Bylaw.
Information: Planning and Development Services, 780-464-8080

Safety Codes Bylaw 44-2003 (255.7 KB)

This bylaw applies to the administration and enforcement of the Safety Codes Act within Strathcona County as it relates to building, electrical, gas and plumbing. This bylaw was amended to establish requirements for Low-Flow Plumbing Fixtures.
Information about permits and current fees:
- commercial and industrial building permits, 780-464-8215
- residential building permits, 780-464-8131, 780-464-8133
- plumbing, gas and electrical permits, 780-464-8169

Amendment to Safety Codes Bylaw 82-2004 (amends Bylaw 44-2003) (47.1 KB)

A bylaw to amend Safety Codes Bylaw 44-2003.
- commercial and industrial building permits, 780-464-8215
- residential building permits, 780-464-8131, 780-464-8133
- plumbing, gas and electrical permits, 780-464-8169

Subdivision Authority Bylaw 83-2003 (491.4 KB)

A bylaw to establish the Subdivision Authority for lands within the boundaries of Strathcona County.
Information: Planning and Development Services, 780-464-8080

Bylaw 71-2005 (amends Subdivision Authority Bylaw 83-2003) (45.2 KB)

Amends Bylaw 83-2003.
Information: Planning and Development Services, 780-464-8080

Surface Drainage and Site Grading Bylaw 32-2017 (139.4 KB)

This bylaw controls surface drainage on private and public sites within the County.
Information and Inspections: Inspection Services, 780-464-8169

Emergencies and enforcement bylaws

Alarm Systems Bylaw 31-2008 (157.4 KB)

A bylaw for the purpose of implementing an alarm system permit fee, and to impose a response fee associated with police responses to (non-fire related) false alarms.
Information: Enforcement Services, 780-449-0170

Emergency Management Bylaw 17-2018 (64.6 KB)

This bylaw establishes an Emergency Management Program for Strathcona County which sets out the duties, roles and responsibilities to prepare and maintain an emergency management plan and to coordinate the response to an emergency event.
Information: Emergency Services, 780-467-5216

Emergency Services Bylaw 68-2000 (523.5 KB)

This bylaw establishes and provides for the efficient operation of a fire and ambulance service in Strathcona County. It also provides for the issuance of fire permits, reporting of property damaged by fire, control of fire hazards, open fires, incinerator fires, pit fires, smudge fires and types of materials burned.
Information and Permits: Emergency Services, 780-467-5216

Enforcement Officer Bylaw 3-2009 (445.1 KB)

A bylaw to regulate the powers and duties of Bylaw Enforcement Officers and Peace Officers.
Information: Enforcement Services, 780-449-0170

Bylaw 35-2020 (amends Enforcement Officer Bylaw 3-2009) (27.1 KB)

The purpose of this bylaw is to amend Bylaw 3-2009 to transfer administrative oversight of the County’s Enforcement Officers from the RCMP to the County.
Information: Enforcement Services, 780-449-0170

Fireworks Bylaw 35-2019 (186.7 KB)

The purpose of this bylaw is to establish rules for responsible and safe sale,
ownership, possession, and use of fireworks and other explosive devices
intended for entertainment.
Information: Emergency Services, 780-467-5216

Noise Control Bylaw 66-99 (327.5 KB)

This bylaw regulates domestic and construction noise and prohibits the operation of motor vehicles which make objectionable noise. It also provides authority to issue permits outside the hours established by this bylaw in limited circumstances.
Information: Transportation and Agriculture Services, 780-417-7100

Nuisance and Unsightly Premises Bylaw 45-2012 (811.5 KB)

This bylaw regulates and controls situations that create a visual nuisance or result in an unsightly property that interferes with the use and enjoyment of other premises in the area.
Information: Enforcement Services, 780-449-0170

Responsible Dog Ownership Bylaw 37-2017 (185.1 KB)

This bylaw establishes the rules for responsible dog ownership and dog-related matters in Strathcona County.
Information: R.C.M.P. and Enforcement Services, 780-467-7749

Amendment to Responsible Dog Ownership Bylaw 42-2018 (amends 37-2017) (95.7 KB)

Amends and replaces Section 84.
Information: R.C.M.P. and Enforcement Services, 780-467-7749

Amendment to Responsible Dog Ownership Bylaw 12-2019 (amends 37-2017) (1393.9 KB)

Information: R.C.M.P. and Enforcement Services, 780-467-7749

Bylaw 46-2020 Temporary Mandatory Face Coverings (30.8 KB)

The purpose of this bylaw is to temporarily mandate the wearing of face coverings in indoor public places and public vehicles.
Information: RCMP and Enforcement Services, 780-467-7749

Recreation and events bylaws

Concert and Special Events Bylaw 22-2014 (90.6 KB)

A bylaw to ensure organizers of concerts and events have proper planning and resources in place to hold their events. Please note: all applications must be made in person at 911 Bison Way, Sherwood Park.
Information: Enforcement Services: 780-449-0170

Parks Bylaw 21-2013 (51.7 KB)

This bylaw regulates operating hours, public conduct, camping, use of dangerous objects, littering, fires, animals, vehicles, boating, swimming, motorized vehicles and other matters in parks and recreational areas. Written approval for special park uses may be obtained through Recreation, Parks and Culture.
Information: Recreation Parks and Culture, 780-467-2211

Transportation and roads bylaws

Airport Bylaw 3-2015 (164.9 KB)

This bylaw regulates the operation of the Warren Thomas (Josephburg) Aerodrome.
Information: Transportation and Agriculture Services, 780-417-7100

Firearm Control Bylaw 3-2014 (639.9 KB)

This bylaw regulates the use and discharge of firearms in Strathcona County.
Information: Transportation and Agriculture Services, 780-417-7100

Public Transportation System Bylaw 44-88 (294.0 KB)

This bylaw establishes the public transit system and rules governing passengers.
Information: Strathcona County Transit, 780-464-RIDE (7433)

Amendment to Public Transportation Bylaw 27-2013 (amends 44-88) (30.1 KB)

This bylaw establishes the public transit system and rules governing passengers.
Information: Strathcona County Transit, 780-464-RIDE (7433)

Sidewalk Clearing Bylaw 36-2013 (27.8 KB)

A bylaw to regulate the removal of snow and ice from sidewalks within Strathcona County.
Information: Transportation and Agriculture Services, 780-417-7100

Speed Control Bylaw 38-2014 (90.9 KB)

This bylaw regulates and controls the speed of motor vehicles in Strathcona County and provides the authority to determine where traffic control devices are located.
Information about enforcement: Bylaw Services, 780-449-0170
Information about traffic control devices: Transportation Planning and Engineering, 780-464-8279

Amendment to Speed Control Bylaw 6-2018 (amends 38-2014) Effective September 1, 2018 (32.5 KB)

Information about enforcement: Bylaw Services, 780-449-0170
Information about traffic control devices: Transportation Planning and Engineering, 780-464-8279

Amendment to Speed Control Bylaw 39-2018 (amends 38-2014) (18.8 KB)

Information about enforcement: Bylaw Services, 780-449-0170
Information about traffic control devices: Transportation Planning and Engineering, 780-464-8279

Amendment to Speed Control Bylaw 7-2019 (amends 38-2014) (243.3 KB)

Information about enforcement: Bylaw Services, 780-449-0170
Information about traffic control devices: Transportation Planning and Engineering, 780-464-8279

Traffic Bylaw 16-2015 (551.4 KB)

This bylaw provides regulations that affect the following activities occurring within a County road right-of-way:
- Deposit of snow, ice and debris on roads
- Off-highway vehicles
- Parking
- Construction activity on right-of-ways
- Off highway vehicles
- School bus warning lights and stop arms
- Special roadway events
- Transportation of dangerous goods route
- Truck routes
- Weight restrictions and road bans
Information: Transportation and Agriculture Services, 780-417-7100

Transportation System Bylaw 2-2017 (939.1 KB)

A bylaw for classification of Strathcona County roadway network in the Urban Service Area and Rural Service Area.
Information: Transportation Planning and Engineering, 780-464-8279

Vehicle for Hire Bylaw 30-2016 (effective July 1, 2017) (91.5 KB)

This bylaw regulates vehicles for hire and their drivers operating in Strathcona County.
Information: Enforcement Services, 780-449-0170

Amendment to Vehicle for Hire Bylaw 5-2017 Amendment to Schedule A of Bylaw 45-2016 (55.0 KB)

This bylaw sets out the fees related to the Vehicle for Hire Bylaw.
Information: Enforcement Services, 780-449-0170

Your property and utilities bylaws

Sewer and Wastewater System Bylaw 38-2017 (1312.0 KB)

This bylaw establishes terms for providing a sewer and wastewater system, including conditions for treatment and disposal of sewage.
Information: Utilities, 780-467-7785

Waste Management Bylaw 39-2014 (275.0 KB) (275.0 KB)

This bylaw regulates the collection and disposal of waste including waste receptacles, types of waste, recycling stations and services, transfer stations, accounts.
Information: Utilities, 780-449-5514

Water System Bylaw 16-2016 (73.0 KB)

This bylaw provides for a water system including the fixing of rates, charges and conditions for the supply of potable water.
Information: Utilities, 780-467-7785

Bylaw 36-2020 Winfield Heights - Rural Water Service Local Improvement Tax Levy (33.1 KB)

This bylaw authorizes Strathcona County Council to impose a local improvement tax to finance the Winfield Heights low-pressure water system.
Information: Financial Services, 780-464-8053


Statutory plans


The Land Use Bylaw regulates the use, conservation, and development of land, habitat, buildings, and signs in pursuit of the objectives of Strathcona County's statutory plans.


The Municipal Development Plan (MDP) is the County’s plan for the future. It sets out a clear vision for how Strathcona County will grow and develop over the next 20 years and beyond. 


If you can't find a bylaw here

If you would like to view a bylaw not listed on this page please contact info@strathcona.ca or the department phone number listed with each bylaw.

How to lodge a complaint

If you are wondering about the process to lodge a complaint, check Bylaw complaints and Good Neighbour Tips.

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Last updated: Monday, February 24, 2020
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