Bylaws and Policies
Bylaws are laws created by Improvement District 9 generally under the authority of the Municipal Government Act (Alberta). To pass bylaws, Council must give them three readings (three separate approvals) at Council meetings. The public is encouraged to provide input. If you are curious about bylaws, visit Basic Principals of Bylaws.
|Bylaw Number||Short Title||Date Passed||Status|
|2010-01||Regional Transit Services Commission Authorization Bylaw||21/04/2010||Active|
|2012-02||Tax Certificate Fees Bylaw||10/05/2012||Active - RU|
|2015-03||Council Meeting Procedures||14/04/2016||Active - RU|
|2018-01||Tax Rate Bylaw - 2018||10/05/2018||Active|
|2018-02||Regional Assessment Review Board Bylaw||10/05/2018||Active|
|2018-03||Code of Conduct Bylaw||10/05/2018||Active|
|2018-04||False Fire Alarm Bylaw||12/07/2018||Active|
|Marigold Library System Board||14/06/2018||Active|
|2019-01||Rentals Governance Bylaw||14/03/2019||Active|
|2019-02||Council Remuneration Bylaw||08/05/2019||Active|
Policies provide overarching standards for decision making and operations within local government. They are not typically enforceable by law, but they can help an organization operate consistently. Policies are approved by Council.