Bylaws

Planning & Development Documents The Village of Irma

DRAFT Bylaws Dec 08-2020 @ 7 pm

Bylaw Enforcement Officer Bylaw 20-06

The Village has approved all readings of Bylaw 20-06 as required by Municipal Affairs.

Bylaw 20-06

Amendment to Land Use Bylaw 20-05

A Bylaw to amend the Land Use Bylaw was given second and third reading November 10th 2020.

Bylaw 20-05

Municipal Borrowing Bylaw 20-04

The Village has given first reading to a Bylaw to borrow monies for infrastructure repairs.

Bylaw 20-04 (First Reading)

Cancel Part of Subdivision Plan Bylaw 20-03

Cancel Subdivision Plan

Bylaw 20-03

Property Tax Bylaw 20-02

A Bylaw to levy property taxes for 2020.

Bylaw 20-02

ICF Bylaw 20-01

Inter Collaboration Framework Bylaw

Bylaw 20-01

CAO Bylaw 19-10

The Council of the Village of Irma has passed the Chief Administrative Officer Bylaw.

Bylaw 19-10

Emergency Management Bylaw 19-09

The Council of the Village of Irma has passed a bylaw regarding emergency management.

Bylaw 19-09

Inter-Municipal Development Plan Bylaw 19-08

The Village of Irma passed the IDP Bylaw pertaining to future growth of Irma.

This bylaw has also been passed with the M.D. of Wainwright – Bylaw #1646

Bylaw 19-08

MDP – Municipal Development Plan 2019

Bylaw 19-07

SDAB Bylaw 19-06

The Village of Irma passed the Subdivision and Development Appeal Board bylaw authorizing the establishment of such a board to hear any development appeals.

Bylaw 19-06

Assessment Review Board Bylaw 19-05

The Council of the Village of Irma has passed the Assessment Review Board Bylaw.

Bylaw 19-05

Municipal Credit Card Borrowing Bylaw

Bylaw 19-02

Repeal MDP MD Bylaw 18-11

Bylaw 18-11

Amend Land Use Bylaw 18-10

Bylaw 18-10

Amend Land Use Bylaw 18-05

Bylaw 18-05

Cannabis Consumption Bylaw 18-06

The Village of Irma passed a bylaw pertaining to cannabis consumption in the village.

Bylaw 18-06

Land Use Bylaw 15-02

The Village of Irma has passed a new Land Use Bylaw. If you have any questions, please phone the Village Office at 780-754-3665.

Land Use Bylaw 15-02

Land Use Bylaw 15-02 SIGNED

Utility Bylaw 14-01

Below is the new Utility Bylaw that was read and passed on Tuesday, February 11, 2014. The Rates were amended May 9, 2017

Bylaw 14-01

Traffic Bylaw 14-02

The Council of the Village of Irma has passed Bylaw 14-02 “Irma Traffic, Streets, and Public Places Bylaw” authorizing traffic operations, parking, commercial vehicles, pedestrians, public land, and off road vehicles.

A copy of the passed bylaw and any related documents can be seen during regular office hours from 8:00 am to 12 noon and 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm at the Village of Irma office.

Bylaw 14-02

Fire By-Law 12-01

The Council of the Village of Irma has passed an updated version of the current Fire Bylaw 12-01 for the establishment, operation of a fire department, and control fire dangers within the Village of Irma.

A copy of the updated Bylaw and any related documents can be seen during regular office hours from 8:00 am to 12 noon and 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm at the Village of Irma office.

Bylaw 12-01

Animal Control By-Law 12-02

The Council of the Village of Irma has passed an updated version of the current Animal Control Bylaw 12-02, to regulate and control domestic pets, animals and pests within the Village of Irma.

A copy of the proposed Bylaw and any related documents can be seen during regular office hours from 8:00 am to 12 noon and 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm at the Village of Irma office.

Bylaw 12-02

Sidewalk Snow Removal Bylaw 02-02

Please shovel and be a snow angel and keep our Village safe and accessible. 

Always comply with traffic safety and act safely. 

Please DO NOT push your snow onto the road.

Bylaw 02-02

“That each and every property owner shall be responsible to remove all accumulated snow from sidewalks that abut their property within 48 hours following a snowfall. Further that a fine of $50.00 may be levied for a first offence and $150.00 for each ensuing offence.

Further that in case of non-compliance the Village staff may remove accumulated snow with a subsequent billing to the responsible party at the rate of $50.00 per cleaning.

Subject to Section 553 of the Municipal Government Act any unpaid costs that have been levied in respect to snow removal may be added to the tax roll of a parcel of land for recovery.”

Subdivision Authority Bylaw 95-07

The Council of the Village of Irma passed a Bylaw to establish a subdivision authority

Bylaw 95-07