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Access to City of Edmonton Bylaws has been improved! Many bylaws are now available through the City of Edmonton Archives. A search guide is provided to help you find the bylaw you need.

The current Zoning Bylaw continues to be available via

Accessing bylaws through the City of Edmonton Archives offers the following benefits:

  • Assistance in accessing repealed bylaws, now maintained as historical records
  • 24/7 access to current bylaws 
  • Increased search options

The Municipal Government Act authorizes cities such as Edmonton to create and enforce bylaws to maintain the health, safety, and wellness of the community.

Edmonton's bylaws are enacted by City Council and maintained by the Office of the City Clerk. The Office of the City Clerk is available to clarify information, if needed.

To find a signed bylaw, please visit Users will require, at a minimum, to find a signed bylaw on an agenda: the date and meeting at which the bylaw was passed (such as, December 5, 2017, City Council meeting). Having the bylaw number and/or title will make it easier for the user to find the agenda item to which the signed bylaw is linked.

Bylaw Complaints and Enforcement questions should be directed to the Edmonton Service Centre.

Official bylaws, available from the Office of the City Clerk, must be consulted for the purposes of interpreting and applying the law. This consolidation does not contain maps, charts and graphs contained in printed versions.

Copyright of City of Edmonton Bylaws belongs to the City of Edmonton. No person may reproduce bylaws for any purpose other than personal use without consent from the City of Edmonton. This consolidation has no legislative sanction and has been produced solely for research convenience.

Online Services

Pay a Bylaw Ticket

It is your responsibility to pay your bylaw offense ticket on or before the due date.

The City has many payment options available, including online.  

Living in Edmonton Guide

This guide outlines essential conduct, community opportunities and common bylaws within the city.

Illegal Parking Complaints

Use Edmonton 311 App or call 311

City of Edmonton nuisance bylaw deals with the control and enforcement for untidy, unsightly, offensive, and dangerous conditions on private property.
Parking Enforcement provides foot and car patrols, and special event services to ensure public safety.

Bylaw Enforcement encourages safety, cleanliness, and livability at the neighbourhood level.

Animal Control Officers help owners ensure their pets are a positive addition to the community.
Peace Officers respond to enforcement needs such as after-hours noise unsecured loads.

For More Information

Edmonton Service Centre

Sustainable Development
2nd floor, 10111 104 Avenue
Edmonton, AB  T5J 0J4

Hours of Operation:

Monday to Friday
8am to 4:30pm


In Edmonton: 311

Outside Edmonton: 780-442-5311

Fax 780-496-6054

Office of the City Clerk

3rd Floor City Hall
1 Sir Winston Churchill Square
Edmonton AB  T5J 2R7



Fax 780-496-8175

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