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By-Laws & Policies

http://cms.didsbury.ca/Editor/images/Supplementary Assessment Bylaw 2017-03.pdfThere are a number of ways to request that Town Council consider a bylaw:

  1. You can arrange to speak to Town Council at a Council meeting and ask that they give consideration to passing the bylaw.

  2. You may submit a letter to Town Council that will be reviewed under the "correspondence" section of the Agenda requesting that Town Council give consideration to passing the bylaw.

    Please note: Information/correspondence addressed to Town Council members or any of Council's Boards and Committees may become part of the public record unless written direction is received requesting otherwise. What does this mean? This means that your personal information will be available to both the public (at the meeting and on the Internet) and the media unless you specifically request that it not be made available.

  3. You can petition Town Council to pass a bylaw. There are very strict legal requirements that must be met for petitions. The Municipal Government Act sets out legislative requirements that will ensure that the requirements of the Municipal Government Act are being met prior to obtaining signatures.

There are many different bylaws in place to assist the residents of Didsbury. Below is a list of frequently used bylaws for easy access. If you are looking for a bylaw that is not on this list, please contact the Town to obtain a copy. These documents are for information purposes only and the Town of Didsbury is not responsible for any alterations. 

Select an item below to download a specific document:

By-Laws

Policies

Below is a list of frequently requested Town of Didsbury Policies. These documents are for information purposes only and the Town of Didsbury is not responsible for any alterations.

 

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