Enforcement Services

Maintaining Regional Order and Safety

Enforcement is a “quality-of-life” function that provides animal control, bylaw and traffic enforcement services.

The Enforcement Services team does not provide emergency response services. In the event of a FIRE, POLICE, MEDICAL or other emergency, please dial 911. Incidents that are criminal in nature must be forwarded to the RCMP.

The Solid Waste Management Department is responsible for processing recyclables, organics and garbage generated within Lac Ste. Anne County via its 8 Transfer Station facilities — plus the Regional Landfill owned and operated by the Highway 43 East Waste Commission. The Waste Management Department also provides assistance and education to residents and businesses within the region to achieve proper waste separation and diversion..

Enforcement Services

Maintaining Safe and orderly Communities

Complaints and Inquiries

Complaints and inquiries made after hours will be followed up by an available Community Peace Officer – either immediately if on duty, or during the very next business day. Enforcement personnel will respond as quickly as possible given call volume and priority of calls received.

If you call the County's Enforcement department after hours, simply follow the instructions when prompted, and your call will be forwarded accordingly. To ensure you receive proper assistance, please provide your name, contact number, address, and a brief description of the nature of your complaint.

Community Crime Map

Neighbourhood crime is more than just numbers; it’s about knowing where crime is happening. The County is committed to neighbourhood development, including innovative and responsive community policing, which is why the Community Crime Map has been developed. Knowing the real picture of neighbourhood crime reported to the RCMP is the first step in doing something about it.

View reported incidents in Lac Ste. Anne County within 14 days on the map below.

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