Consolidated Financial Statements looks at the financial position of the municipality at year-end.
Purpose: addresses the cost of permits for construction, demolition, relocation, repair, or occupancy of buildings within the Town.
Purpose: to regulate nuisances including unsightly property. Address the safety, health and welfare of people and the protection of people and property.
Purpose:provide long-range guidance for the future development of the Town among other things.
Purpose: tdentify municipal and private owner's responsibility for snow removal. Address placement of snow once removed from private property.
Purpose: to regulate activities on highways under the Town's direction (ie, parking of motor vehicles and recreational vehicles, obstructions, and signage).
Purpose: to address servicing costs with respect to the land that is developed or subdivided within Town limits.
The Memorandum of Understanding addresses Peace Officer and Bylaw Enforcement services provided to the Town of Legal from Sturgeon County.
Purpose: set out an establish a regional committee that provides emergency or disaster relief and support.
Historical Fire Bylaw establishing the Legal Fire Department in 1930 (this bylaw is inactive).
Purpose: debenture for the replacement of the arena refrigeration plant.
Legal offers a recreation subsidy for youth programming. To find out if you are eligible for the subsidy fill out the application and return it to the Town Office.
Purpose: Establishment of a Subdivision and Development Appeal Board.
Purpose:appointment of an assessor for the municipality.
Purpose: establish the appointment of a Bylaw Enforcement Officer.
Purpose: to establish an inter-municipal plan for building and fire disciplines.
Purpose: prescribing fees to be charged for issuing permits.
Purpose: to establish fees to process subdivision applications.
Purpose: establish a subdivision authority for the municipality.
Purpose: establish a Subdivision Development Appeal Board.
Get to know your neighbors and become a part of the community by having a Block Party. This is an easy to use guide that helps you plan the party!
This report analyzes the operating spending of 182 municipalities across Alberta from 2006 to 2016. Alberta’s largest municipalities (i.e. with populations of 1,000 residents or more) are ranked.
Resource: What to do if you are dealing with a barking dog, know your rights within the Town.