Bylaw Services staff work with residents, businesses and visitors to ensure a high quality of life in High River through education, collaboration and enforcement
The role of Bylaw Services is to enhance public safety, contributing to a high quality of life in High River. Currently, bylaw enforcement is run by Foothills County.
Starting in January 2022, the Town will implement a new Bylaw Services model with a focus on proactive community enforcement and increased public engagement and education.
Through a 2021 Budget Survey, residents told us about the changes they felt are important to High River’s municipal enforcement, including a need for more communication. In 2022, the Bylaw Services Team will carry out their role, incorporating greater interaction with residents and visitors as Community Ambassadors.
Bylaw Services Information
- Bylaw Services Fast Facts
- Bylaw Services & Answers to Common Questions
- Downtown Parking Information
- Be a Good Neighbour! The Town's Good Neighbour Bylaw
- Dogs, Cats, Bees & Chickens – Animal Bylaw
- Traffic Bylaw
- Bylaws, Policies and Procedures
- Responsible Animal Ownership Bylaw
Bylaw Services staff work to educate the public and raise awareness to gain compliance with Town Bylaws and Provincial Acts and Regulations. Our Community Peace Officers are appointed by Alberta Justice and Solicitor General and are sworn Peace Officers under the Alberta Peace Office Act.
When should you call Bylaw Services?
- Construction noise
- Parking complaints
- Snow removal
- Animal complaints
- Noise complaints within regular business hours
Click here to find out when to contact the RCMP non-emergency complaints line
Emergency? Call 9-1-1