A List of Frequently Requested Bylaws
The Town of Milk River Bylaw Enforcement Department is responsible for ensuring that the community and visitors comply with existing bylaws. Frequently requested bylaws and their numbers are listed below:
The following statutory plans (bylaws) are taken into consideration in all land use planning and development decisions.
1) Municipal Development Plan
A Municipal Development Plan (MDP) is a long-range planning tool and must be consistent with the South Saskatchewan Regional Plan. In addition, all statutory plans including the MDP must be consistent with each other. A MDP is a mandatory requirement under the Municipal Government Act and must be adopted by Bylaw.
A Municipal Development Plan must address future land use, future development, coordination, transportation and municipal services.
2) Land Use Bylaw
The Land Use Bylaw governs and regulates the use and development of all property within the Town. This means that if you are a landowner, renter or prospective buyer, you may be affected by the bylaw. The land use bylaw is a mandatory requirement under the Municipal Government Act.
3) Inter-Municipal Development Plan
The Inter-Municipal Development Plan provides a framework for proper decision-making for areas that are adjacent to municipal boundaries between the County of Warner and the Town of Milk River.
4) Infrastructure Master Plan
The Infrastructure Master Plan is a guiding document that helps Council and administration make budgetary decisions on the replacement and construction of infrastructure projects.
5) Town Financial Information
The Town maintains systems of internal accounting and administrative controls that are designed to provide reasonable assurance that the financial information is relevant, reliable and accurate and that the Town's assets are properly accounted for and adequately safeguarded.
Contact the Town Office for more information.
- 1 - Seal
- 1004 – Council Code of Conduct
- 1005 – Fire Services
- 1012 - Amends LUB 997 (Cannabis)
- 1013 – Cannabis Consumption Bylaw
- 1014 – Amend 989 – Utility Rates Bylaw
- 1015 - Business License Bylaw
- 1017 Land Use Bylaw
- 1024 - Nuisance Bylaw
- 1027 - 2020 Tax Rates Bylaw
- 1028 - 2020 Special Levies
- 1031-22 - 2022 Annual Operating Loan
- 1033-22 Special Tax Levies
- 1035-22 - 2022 Tax Rate
- 1036-22 - Municipal Library Funding
- 1037-22 Animal Bylaw
- 1038-23 Borrowing Bylaw
- 1039-23 Establishing a Regional Assessment Review Board
- 1041 - 23 Special Levies
- 1042 - 23 2023 Tax Rates
- 611 - Provincial Agreement - Airport
- 624 - FCSS Agreement
- 666 - Agreement Alberta Transportation - Secondary Road
- 674- Agreement Provincial Government
- 678 - Amend bylaw 1
- 684 - Amendment to Rescinding Bylaw No. 677
- 686 - Amendment to Bylaw No. 677
- 715 - Amendment to Bylaw 677
- 777 - Traffic Control
- 793 - Change Chief Elected Official to Mayor
- 794 - Reduce Number of Councillors
- 903 – Municipal Development Plan – Amended by By-Law No. 1000
- 989 – Utilities
- 997 – Land Use Bylaw – Map
- 997 Consolidated to By-Law No. 1012 – Consolidated Land Use Bylaw
- F4 Signing Authority
- Public Participation Policy 2018
- RC7 8 Flags Campground
- Snow Clearing, Removal, and Sanding of Streets Policy
- Whistleblower Policy 2018