Bruderheim maintains a number of municipal policies and procedures to ensure the safety and quality of life for all residents and property owners. These policies and procedures are currently under review by Administration, and will be brought before Council for passing. If you have any questions, please contact the Director of Development and Legislative Services at 796-3731.
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How are policies and procedures different from Bylaws?
Bylaws are the fundamental governing documents for the Town. They clearly state the rules and regulations for a number of issues and activities related to the municipality. Policies and procedures, on the other hand, dictate the day-to-day decisions and operations for Town staff and committee and board members. Policies answer the questions WHY? and WHAT? For example, WHY does the Subdivision and Development Appeal Board exist? Procedures answer the question HOW? by providing the steps for implementation to turn policies into action.
Policies and procedures can be considered 'living' or 'fluid' documents, as they can change quite often in response to new issues, circumstances, needs, or concepts. Bylaws are much more 'static', as they rarely change and require Council's approval to do so. All policies and procedures, as well as the committees and actions that result from them, must be consistent with all Bylaws.
Commonly Requested Policies
The purpose of this policy is to provide guidelines for acknowledging the traditional lands of Treaty Six First Nations.
Area Structure Plans are an important part of the planning process that provides a framework for the subsequent subdivision and development of land. The purpose of this Policy is to ensure that Council's land use policies, as outlined in the Town's Strategic Plan (Vision 2035) and the Municipal Development Plan, are implemented in Area Structure Plans and Area Structure Plan amendments adopted by Council.
This policy outlines fundamental asset management principles to be implemented across the Town of Bruderheim. For all Town-owned assets, the intent is to maximize benefits, minimize lifecycle costs, reduce risk, and provide satisfactory levels of service to the community in a sustainable manner.
This policy establishes the Community Investment Program to support community initiatives or events that benefit the Town of Bruderheim and its residents.
The purpose of this policy is to serve as a guide to compensating Bruderheim's Elected Officials for attending meetings and professional development opportunities.
The purpose of this policy is to assist the public and enable the Town to effectively manage encroachments.
This policy is used to balance ice usage among all community users to ensure fair and equitable distribution of allocated ice time at the Karol Maschmeyer Arena.
This policy guides the rental of advertising space at the Karol Maschmeyer Arena.
This policy is in place to provide a clear guideline for residents to participate in the Memorial Programs and to provide an understanding of administration and maintenance responsibilities.
Town of Bruderheim staff and volunteers deserve to be treated with dignity and respect while on duty and providing services to the public. This policy establishes minimum behavioural requirements and creates a clear range of consequences for violation of behavioural requirements.
The purpose of this policy is to establish the foundation for the Town of Bruderheim's reasons, guidelines and procedures for conducting public engagement. This policy applies to both staff and external consultants.
The purpose of this policy is to provide guidelines for the disposal of Town-owned vehicles and equipment.
This policy addresses most winter maintenance scenarios and outlines priorities for snow clearing routes and service levels.