Bylaws are the laws of a municipality that are set to govern the internal affairs and management of the organization. Civic Bylaws serve to protect the well-being of citizens by keeping the City clean, healthy and safe. Bylaws are created, interpreted and administered by a number of City departments and divisions. The City Clerk’s office retains the original version of each Bylaw and will provide a hard copy upon request.
If a bylaw has been amended, the bylaw and its amendments have been combined into one document called a Consolidated Copy. Consolidated copies of the Bylaws are not Official Copies of the Bylaws but are provided solely for research convenience; they cannot be guaranteed for accuracy. Official Bylaws and their related amendments are available from the City Clerk’s Office and must be consulted for the purposes of interpretation and application of the law.
The City's bylaws are listed here. If you cannot locate a Bylaw you are looking for, please contact the City Clerk’s Office.
Learn more about bylaw enforcement in the City of Prince Albert. See the Prince Albert Police website for a list of frequently asked questions regarding bylaws. See the bylaw responsibilities page for a list of common bylaws and the responsibilities associated.
You can sort by the bylaw name, the bylaw number or the year in which the bylaw was passed by clicking on the appropriate column title.