Bylaws


A bylaw is defined as a rule or law by an organization or community to regulate itself, as allowed or provided for by some higher authority. A local council or municipal government gets its power to pass laws through a law of the national or regional government which specifies what things the town or city may regulate through bylaws. It is therefore a form of delegated legislation.

In Arcola, bylaws must be read three (3) times and then passed by Council. Certain bylaws must be sent in to other government agencies to be approved before they can be passed by the Arcola Council. For example, the building bylaw must be approved by Buildings Standards of Canada and the water and sewer rates bylaw must be approved by the Saskatchewan Municipal Board.

Follow the links below to learn more about some of Arcola’s bylaws and how they affect you.

Bylaw No. 5-2004 – Buildings

Bylaw No. 4-2006- Traffic

Bylaw No. 4-2006- Appendix 1-10

Bylaw No. 11-2006- Cemetery

Bylaw No. 10-2007 – Dogs

Bylaw No. 12-2007 – Cats

Bylaw No. 7-2009 – Nuisance

Bylaw No. 3-2011 – Custom Rates

Bylaw No. 16-2012 – Fire Agreement

Bylaw No. 23-2013 – Utility Service Management

Bylaw No. 24-2013 – Utility Service Charge

Bylaw No. 01-2014 – Tax

Bylaw No. 2015-01- Traffic (Amended)

Bylaw No. 2016-01 – Council Procedures

Bylaw No. 2016-04- Long Term Borrowing- Debentures

Bylaw No. 2016-05- Borrowing Amendment Bylaw

Bylaw No. 2017-01- Code of Ethics

Bylaw No. 2017-02- Waste and Recycling Fees

Bylaw No. 2017-03- Garbage Disposal Bylaw

Bylaw No. 2017-04- Base Tax