Enforcement Services

Animal Control, Traffic and Bylaw Enforcement

Enforcement Services

Helping maintain safe and orderly communities

The Enforcement Services department provides an essential “quality-of-life” function that helps the County manage animal control, bylaw and traffic infractions and related public safety services.
Community Peace Officers (CPOs) are bylaw enforcement employees of the County, and are responsible for the enforcement of non-criminal provincial statutes, and County bylaws.

Enforcement Services Resources

Report a Concern to the County

Submit an action request form

Notice something strange in the County? Ask Enforcement Services to have a closer look at neighbourhood nuisances, road obstructions or more urgent matters.

Response times may vary based on request volume and priority. After-hours requests will be followed up by an available Enforcement Officer – either immediately if on duty, or during the very next business day.

Report a Concern

Explore the Latest Administration News

May 09, 2022
The Lac Ste. Anne County Council approved the 2022 Operating Budget at their regular April 28, 2022 Council meeting.
March 01, 2022
As COVID-19 hospitalizations continue to decline and pressure on the healthcare system decreases, step two of the province’s path back to normal will begin on March 1.
September 09, 2021
With a new school year underway, the County reminds motorists to drive with extra caution, watch for pedestrians, and heed school bus signals.
June 11, 2021
The County has moved to in-person service delivery in alignment with Stage 2 of the Province's Open for Summer Plan.
June 04, 2021
County’s consistent track record of funding helps Mayerthorpe and other entities sustain facilities, amenities and social programs.
April 16, 2021
Lac Ste. Anne County has posted its audited 2020 financial statement to the County Budget Planning section of the website.

Enforcement Services Section

Main Website Navigation