113 - FOIP Bylaw
122 -
Unsightly and Untidy Bylaw
123 -
Road Control Bylaw
128 -
Sewage Bylaw(see amendments below)
    140 -
Sewage Amendment Bylaw
130 -
Traffic Bylaw
135 -
Tax Payment Plan Bylaw(see amendment below)
    153 -
Tax Payment Plan Amendment Bylaw
138 -
Noise Bylaw
143 -
Animal Control Bylaw
157 -
Electrical Franchise Agreement Bylaw
165 -
Off Highway Vehicle Bylaw - Provincial Small Vehicle Booklet
179 -
Land Use Bylaw
186 -
Chief Administrative Officer Bylaw
189 -
Burning Bylaw
191 - Subdivision & Planning Authority Bylaw

198 - Rescind Bylaw 55-1983 (Area Structure Plan)

203 - Code of Conduct Bylaw

204 - Subdivision & Development Appeal Board Bylaw​​

​207 - Remove Park Reserve Designation and Confirm Environmental Reserve Designation

211 - Prohibiting Electrical Distribution Service Bylaw

212 - Designated Officer - Subdivision and Development Appeal Board Clerk Bylaw

213 -  Emergency Management Bylaw

215 -  Fees & Charges Bylaw

219 -  Land Use Bylaw (1st reading held on July 15, 2020)  Public Hearing Information

220 -  Municipal Development Plan Bylaw & Municipal Development Plan

​223 -  Assessment Review Boards Bylaw

226 -  Tax Penalty Bylaw

228 -  Borrowing Bylaw (short-term) to December 31, 2022

​229 -  Council & Council Committee Meetings Procedural Bylaw

230 -  Designated Officer - Assessment Review Board Clerk

231 -  2022 Tax Rates Bylaw

232 -  Designated Officer - Development Authority (in effect May 1st, 2022)

233 -  Fees & Charges Bylaw - Received 1st & 2nd Readings at the April 20th, 2022 Regular Council Meeting. The Bylaw be presented for 3rd reading at the June 15th Regular Council Meeting - Additional Information

249 -  Designated Officer - Assessor Bylaw


BYLAWS

A bylaw is a law made by a local authority in accordance with the powers conferred by or delegated to it under a statute, in this case the MGA. Council may pass a bylaw to govern the affairs within the council (the procedural bylaw and code of conduct for councillors) and bylaws that govern within the municipality. Common bylaws include vehicle parking and stopping regulations, animal control, licensing, noise, business regulation, and management of public recreation areas. A municipal by-law is no different than any other law of the land, and can be enforced with penalties, challenged in court and must comply with higher levels of law. Municipal bylaws are often enforceable through the public justice system, and offenders can be charged with a criminal offence for breach of a bylaw.


To obtain a signed copy of a bylaw, please contact the Summer Village Office.

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