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Community Standards Bylaw
Beaumont’s Community Standards Bylaw
The City of Beaumont has developed a Community Standards Bylaw to address a range of concerns raised by residents. The bylaw provides transparent, enforceable rules that maintain and enhance our city’s livability by encouraging a safe, clean, welcoming, and inclusive community.
The new bylaw replaces other existing bylaws, such as the Cannabis Consumption Bylaw, Nuisance and Unsightly Premises Bylaw, Noise Abatement Bylaw, and the Snow Removal Bylaw. Consolidating these bylaws into one makes the standards easier for residents to find and understand and for City staff to enforce.
Thank you to all residents that participated in the Community Standards survey in 2022; your input has helped create this bylaw.
Construction waste: help keep our community clean
The Community Standards Bylaw has rules that everyone doing construction (commercial or residential, and large or small projects, from new housing developments to building a deck) must follow.
- Construction sites must have waste containers.
- Waste must be placed in the container and be properly secured so that it doesn’t blow away.
- Don’t store or accumulate loose material on a construction site unless it’s stacked or stored in an orderly way.
Weed control: keep Beaumont beautiful
This growing season, make sure you're following the Community Standards Bylaw by minimizing weeds on your property and properly maintaining adjacent boulevards. Make sure you're mowing regularly, removing fallen leaves and notifying the City if any trees need maintenance.
- For more information on weed control, click here.
- Find photos of common weeds in Beaumont here.
- Full details about provincially-regulated weeds and weed control legislation information are available on Alberta.ca.
You can find the Community Standards Bylaw here:
A short summary of the bylaw is also available here. Please note this document is provided as a courtesy and should not be considered as equivalent to the bylaw.
To discuss a bylaw concern, call Beaumont Municipal Enforcement’s 24/7 line: 780.851.9992.