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Dog and Cat license tags which are purchased for any calendar year are effective and valid from January 1st to December 31st regardless of when the tag is purchased and only for the year indicated on the license tag. For example, a dog or cat license tag purchased in April of 2016 is only valid until December 31st, 2016. License fees for dogs and cats are as follows:
The Town of Stettler offers a $10.00 discount for dog and cat licenses during the month of January, therefore animal license fees from January 1st to January 31st of any calendar year are as follows:
Dog and cat license tags can be purchased at the Stettler Town Office located at 5031 - 50 Street, Stettler, Alberta.
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What sidewalks am I responsible for which are around my house?
The Bylaw which pertains to the maintenance of sidewalks by a Stettler resident at this time is the Stettler Traffic Bylaw #1941-06, Section 405. All Stettler residents who own a property or who are occupying a property in Stettler which has any adjacent sidewalk on any side of the property is responsible for the cleanliness of the adjacent sidewalk. This means the owner or occupier must clear any ice, snow, dirt, or any other debris from the adjacent sidewalk within a forty eight (48) hour period of when the ice, snow, dirt, or other debris was deposited upon the adjacent sidewalk. Sand or salt may be used on Town sidewalks to loosen snow or ice which may be difficult to remove.
The Stettler Traffic Bylaw #1941-06 section 306 and Section 313 states that trailers, recreational trailers or motor homes are not permitted to be parked on any street in unless:
In the case where a trailer or recreational trailer is attached to a vehicle where it may be towed it is considered to be part of the vehicle and must be in compliance with Stettler Traffic Bylaw.
In the case where a trailer, recreational trailer or motor home is being loaded or unloaded, the time limit in which it may remain on the street is twenty four (24) hours.
What do I do when there are “No Parking” signs placed on the street outside my house?
The Town of Stettler Public Works Department strives to serve the Town with effective and efficient service in regards to keeping the streets of Stettler clean. To complete this objective as efficient a possible the Public Works Department will place bright yellow “No Parking” signage on a street at least 12 hours in advance to designate the street in which they are placed as no parking. There will be a time on the sign as to when the no parking ban is in effect. Please avoid parking in the street where these signs have been erected.
Parking on a street which has no parking signs erected during the time frame in which the no parking ban is in effect may result in the issuance of a violation ticket to the registered owner or operator of the vehicle or the vehicle may be towed from the street entirely.
Where can I place a fire pit in my back yard and are there any restrictions?
As per the Stettler Fire Bylaw #1636 a fire pit may be permitted to be in the rear yard of a property:
How long can I let my grass grow before I have to cut it?
The Stettler Nuisance Bylaw #1945-07 states that all grass and weeds on any property are to be trimmed regularly and not exceed a height of twenty (20) centimeters in length. Please contact the Stettler Town Office to report any nuisance property which may have grass or weeds exceeding the height of 20 centimeters and your Bylaw Officer will investigate the nuisance issue.