Municipal Enforcement

If you require emergency assistance, call 9-1-1 immediately to be connected with the appropriate agency.

The Town of Okotoks employs Community Peace Officers appointed by Alberta Justice and Solicitor General who perform a wide range of duties under the Alberta Peace Office Act. Municipal Enforcement Officers work in collaboration with the ​Okotoks Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) out of the Southridge Emergency Services Building.

The purpose of Municipal Enforcement is to enhance community safety by educating the public and raising awareness and compliance of Town Bylaws and Provincial Acts and Regulations. Okotoks Peace Officers are authorized to enforce bylaws and regulations for issues they observe during daily patrols as well as those received from residents.

Inquiry Line

If you have questions or are looking for general information about animals, traffic, or bylaw matters, call 403-995-6302 or submit an online inquiry.

Complaint Line

To report a concern, call the 24 Hour Complaint Line at 403-938-8913.

Calls for service are prioritized and attended to as available manpower permits. When requesting service, full details are required. All personal information is kept strictly confidential under the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy (FOIP) Act.

Intersection Safety

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Resolving a Concern Regarding the Conduct of a Peace Officer

The public may issue a complaint about a Peace Officer through the Town of Okotoks Chief Administration Officer.