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There is a wealth of sights to see and experiences to be had in Stony Plain. Use this Guide to help plan your trip.
Town and Trail Map Find your way around Stony Plain by vehicle or on bike or foot using our detailed route and amenities map.
Mural Program Stony Plain's rich heritage is preserved through its extensive mural program. Take a tour of the magnificent artwork.
Community Peace Officers
The Town of Stony Plain's Municipal Enforcement Services is committed to serving and bettering our community. These highly skilled professionals focus on community involvement and provide public education and enforcement of legislation, regulations and bylaws within the authority and jurisdiction of the Town of Stony Plain.Community peace officers are appointed by Alberta’s Solicitor General and Ministry of Public Security under the Peace Officer Act to enforce specific municipal and provincial legislation.
In addition to mandatory training programs provided through the Solicitor General, peace officers are required to maintain and advance their professional development, successfully completing courses directly related to their day-to-day duties on a regular basis.
Enforcement is recognized as supplemental to, and not a replacement for, the local police service. Headquartered out of the Stony Plain RCMP detachment (but reporting to the Town), peace officers work closely with the local police force to provide multiple services in municipal by-law education and enforcement, traffic management and enforcement of relevant provincial statutes.
Community peace officers are given limited powers and authority under the Act to uphold and enforce certain laws and regulations in Alberta; however, they must not be confused with RCMP officers, who have a much broader range of authority. The two groups work in harmony with each other, complementing each others’ roles – to the benefit of our community.
The Town’s Municipal Enforcement Services Business Plan (-256KB), which is updated every three years, provides a framework for formalizing the priorities – and guiding the delivery – of municipal enforcement services.
This document provides direction and defines business objectives to the community peace officers, who must also abide by the Act and the Peace Officer Policies and Procedures Manual – both mandated by the Government of Alberta, which governs the program and its officers. Additionally, officers are required to adhere to the Town’s Standard Operating Procedures while carrying out their duties.One of the primary benefits of the Municipal Enforcement Services unit is the mutual, direct interaction between peace officers and the whole community. Whether working with school groups, hanging out at the youth centre or skate park, assisting local service groups or providing public education about – and enforcement of – various bylaws, our peace officers make invaluable positive contributions to our community and should be honoured respected and appreciated by all our citizens.
Residents who wish to lodge a complaint about a potential bylaw infraction or violation or who wish to request assistance should contact the community peace officers directly.