Coaldale & District Municipal Enforcement

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What’s New: Coaldale Community Standards Bylaw

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Coaldale & District Municipal Enforcement

Mission Statement Our Community Peace officers are committed to consistent, impartial, and professional community focused statute and bylaw enforcement.  Their focus is to watch over the community and ensure that all provincial statutes and municipal bylaws are followed, updated and explained.  It is their sworn duty to make sure that their actions are based on and consistent with the vision, values, and priorities determined by all municipalities

The towns of Coaldale, Coalhurst, Picture Butte and the Village of Barons have established a Joint Community Peace Officer program.

The objectives:

  • Community Education
  • Municipal Bylaw enforcement
  • Agency Collaboration
  • Provincial Statutes Enforcement
  • Ongoing Development and Accountability

Our Community Peace Officers have created a monthly calendar of community initiatives in the region. CLICK HERE

Staff

Bryce Easingwood, CPO Level 1, Team Lead • cpoeasingwood@coaldale.ca

Tyson Lommerts, CPO Level 1 • cpolommerts@coaldale.ca

David Sawatzky, CPO Level 1 • cposawatzky@coaldale.ca

Barry Leith, CPO Level II • cpoleith@coaldale.ca

Dustin Burns, CPO Level II • cpoburns@coaldale.ca

The CPO office is located in the fire hall at 1507-20 Avenue Coaldale

Phone: 1-844-645-2635

Mail: 1920 17 Street Coaldale, AB  T1M 1M1


School Resource Officer

Jerry Gurr, CPO 1 School Resource Officer • Phone: 403-635-0751 • cpogurr@coaldale.ca

The School Resource Officer (SRO) works with local schools and Coaldale RCMP to provide community awareness, crime prevention and community relations to the students of Coaldale schools.


Filing a complaint

 You can file a complaint 3 easy ways.

  1. Call the complaint line at 1-844-645-2635
  2. Use the online Complaint Form
  3. Fill out the Printable Complaint Form and drop off at the Town Office located at 1920 17th Street.

Automated Traffic Enforcement

The Town of Coaldale uses automated traffic enforcement to enhance traffic safety in our community.

The criteria includes:

  • High risk locations
  • High frequency locations
  • High collision locations
  • High pedestrian volume locations

The Town of Coaldale uses permanent signage to alert the public that automated traffic enforcement is used.  The Town of Coaldale alerts the radio stations and provides a calendar to let the public know which days the photo radar will be used.  Please CLICK HERE for this month’s calendar.

 

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Animal Control

Looking for a lost dog? Any dogs picked up by Coaldale & District Municipal Enforcement are posted – HERE

Dog Enforcement Information

Dog control bylaw

Domestic animal bylaw

Barking complaint report form

Dog license application

For a more detailed listing of Town of Coaldale bylaws, CLICK HERE


Town of Coaldale Public Safety Committee

The Town of Coaldale has a Public Safety Committee, who’s purpose is to discuss ideas and potential initiatives that heighten public safety in Coaldale.  The committee will then translate these discussions into recommendations for Council consideration.

Its mandate is to encourage greater public safety by focusing on three areas:

  1. Traffic Safety
  2. Municipal bylaw compliance
  3. Public Education

The Public Safety committee members include:

Mark Murphy, Director of Emergency Services • emergencyservices@coaldale.ca

Jack Van Rijn, Councillor • Jack.vanrijn@coaldale.ca

Jacen Abrey, Councillor • Jacen.abrey@coaldale.ca

Staff Sgt. G. Henry • 403-345-5552

Bryce Easingwood, CPO • cpoeasingwood@coaldale.ca


Regional Public Safety Committee

The Regional Public Safety Committee consists of:

  • An elected official and the CAO from the Towns of Coaldale, Coalhurst, Picture Butte, and the Village of Barons.
  • A Designated Officer
  • The Director of Emergency Services
  • The CPO Team Lead

This committee works together to ensure the CPOs work to provide education, prevention and compliance, and safety in all of the communities.


Traffic Safety

2017 Alberta Traffic Safety Calendar

Alberta Traffic Safety Act