Coaldale & District Municipal Enforcement

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Welcome to 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

As of January 1, 2019, the Joint Community Peace Officer program involves the towns of Coaldale and Picture Butte. Residents of Barons and Coalhurst should contact their respective municipal officers for bylaw enforcement.

 

Objectives

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

Frequently Asked Questions

 

Staff

The CPO office is located in the Fire Hall at 1507-20 Avenue.

Phone: 1-844-645-2635

Mail: 1920 17 Street Coaldale, AB T1M 1M1

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School Resource Officer

Jerry Gurr, CPO 1 School Resource Officer

Phone: 403-635-0751

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 2 easy ways:

  1. Call the complaint line at 1-844-645-2635
  2. Use the online Complaint Form

 

Automated Traffic Enforcement (Photo Radar)

Barry Leith, CPO Level II

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

Additional Program Information

 

Animal Control

Looking for a lost dog? Any dogs picked up by Coaldale & District Municipal Enforcement are posted on our Facebook page.

Dog Enforcement Information

Dog Control Bylaw

Domestic Animal Bylaw

Barking Complaint Report Form

Dog License Application

Town of Coaldale Bylaws

 

Town of Coaldale Community Safety Advisory Committee

The Town of Coaldale has a Community Safety Advisory Committee, whose 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

Contact the Community Safety Advisory Committee: communitysafety@coaldale.ca

 

Community Safety Committee Members

  • Clayton Rutberg, Deputy Fire Chief of Public Safety
  • Jacen Abrey, Councillor
  • Briane Simpson, Councillor
  • Bill Chapman, Councillor (Alternate)
  • Staff Sgt. G. Henry
  • Kristina Colley

 

Citizen Appointments

  • Sherrie Duda
  • Bill Kaye
  • Alison Mackisey
  • Blair Takahashi
  • Jack Van Rijn

 

Traffic Safety

TrafficCalm System

2019 Alberta Traffic Safety Calendar

Alberta Traffic Safety Act