BYLAWS

All persons making use of any consolidation of bylaws are reminded that these documents have no legal status, that the amendments have been embodied only for convenience or reference, and that the original bylaws should be consulted for all purposes of interpretation and application of the law. Should you require an official copy of a bylaw, please contact the Town Office at 306-642-3382.

  

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Admin & Finance
  • Animal Control Bylaw  No. 17 10

    • Duties of Cat & Dog Owners, Animal Bylaw 17/10 

      • All dogs/cats are to wear a collar and a pet license
      • No dogs/cats to defecate on public/private property, unless their own property.
      • No dogs/cats are permitted to be running at large. 1st offence -$40 2nd -$80  3rd -$120
      • No dogs/cats shall become a nuisance by barking/howling exceeding a 15 min period
      • No dogs/cats (unless an assist pet) allowed on any school grounds or playgrounds
      • No dogs/cats are to chase pedestrians, vehicles or other animals
      • No dogs/cats are to cause damage to public or private property
      • No dogs/cats should be tethered less that 3 m in length. Tethers should be unrestricted.
      • No person shall tease, entice, bait or throw objects at a dog/cat 

      We ask pet owners to be great owners. Pets are family. Please clean up after your dog/cat & please don’t let dogs/cats run at large. For more info see the animal control bylaw here

    • No backyard chickens allowed

      As per Bylaw 17/10, It shall be unlawful to keep live poultry, livestock and/or bees within the boundaries of the Town of Assiniboia. Check out our Animal Control Bylaw 17/10 here for more information on prohibited animals and violation penalties.

  • Business License Bylaw No. 01 20

  • Cemetery Bylaw No. 15 00
  • Civic Address Bylaw No.15 15
  • Community Standards Bylaw 09 20  (Noise, Nuisance, Weed & Pest Control, Outdoor Fire) 
  • Fees & Charges Bylaw No. 02 15
  • Protective Services Cost Recovery Bylaw 13 20
  • Tax Bylaw  10/22
  • Tax Incentives & Penalties Bylaw 13/14

 

Operations
  • Traffic Bylaw 11 20

    Mobility Scooters

    Concerns of safety regarding Mobility Scooters have been brought to our attention.  As per our Traffic Bylaw 11/20, No person shall operate a mobility scooter on any public roadway unless the mobility scooter displays a red, yellow or orange flag with a total surface area not less than 500 cm2 (77.5 inches2) at a height of not less than 1.5 metres (4.92 feet) from the ground. If you or your loved one, get around on a mobility scooter – please use the sidewalk or the pedestrian side of the street, stay away from parked vehicles and watch for traffic.

  • Waste Management Bylaw No. 18-14
  • Water Restrictions Bylaw No. 04-09   
  • Water Restriction - New Lawn Bylaw 13/17
  • Water / Sewer Bylaw No. 02 16

 

Protective Services Cost Recovery Bylaw 13/20

Council adopted Bylaw 13/20, known as the Protective Services Cost Recovery Bylaw, which states that the cost of fire prevention, suppression and emergency response services shall be charged directly on the persons who receive the services in accordance with rates contained within the Fees and Charges Bylaw.  and amended with Bylaw 14 20.  We encourage all property owners to contact their insurance provider to discuss your policy coverage.  These rates will be effective January 1st, 2021 to provide property owners time to ensure their policies are sufficient to meet their needs. 

False Alarm Fees- (1st call free, 2nd call free with written warning)   

                                    3rd call $200.00

                                    4th call  $400.00

                                    Subsequent calls   Double

Fire Prevention, suppression & emergency response services - $938/hr to a maximum charge of $10,000 per incident.