Lacombe increases bylaw enforcement hours

Evenings and Saturdays to be included as of Jan. 7

The City of Lacombe is increasing bylaw enforcement to include evenings and Saturdays, effective Jan. 7.

“Along with expanding the level of service, our bylaw officers will have enhanced focus on municipal bylaws,” said director of corporate services Diane Piche.

Residents can call (403) 782-1269, or email bylaw@lacombe.ca, from Monday to Saturday between 8 a.m. and 7 p.m. with concerns about snow and ice, parking, animal control, nuisances, unsightly premises and business licences.

A release states the city is committed to providing a professional level of bylaw enforcement.

“Our staff are professional, well-trained officers who provide a visible public safety presence, contribute to the community’s order, and promote the community standards to enhance the quality of life in Lacombe.”

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