September Council Meeting Dates
Regular Council Meeting- September 3rd
Committee of the Whole – September 10th
Regular Council Meeting – September 17th
The Council Meetings are located at Martensville City Hall Council Chambers in Martensville City Hall at 37 Centennial Dr. S.
All Regular Council Meetings and Committee of the Whole Meetings are open to the public. All meetings commence at 5PM.
Those wishing to address or do a presentation to Council must be placed on the agenda. To be placed on the agenda please contact the City Clerk’s office at City Hall or visit the website for details.
The full Council and Committee of the Whole Schedule can be obtained at martensville.ca.
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Animal Control Bylaw
Owners are reminded that it is not permitted to allow your animal to become a nuisance by barking or howling to the annoyance of neighbors at any time of the day or night.
In addition, Fines to the Animal Bylaw have increased:
• Unlicensed Dogs or Cats fines are now as follows: First Offence $250.00, Second Offence $300.00 and Subsequent $350.00
• Annual licenses are only $20 and permanent (micro-chipped) license fees are only $30. (Make sure if you’ve moved here that you register your chip number with the city).
• Dogs or Cats causing a nuisance – First Offence $200.00, Second Offence $300.00 and subsequent $400.00.
To view the bylaw in its entirety, please visit Martensville.ca. Questions can be directed to City Hall.
Nuisance Abatement Bylaw Information
The Nuisance Abatement Bylaw controls ‘nuisances’ on properties within the City of Martensville in order to improve the safety, health, enjoyment and welfare for residents in the Martensville. Nuisances include dilapidated buildings, land overgrown with grass and weeds, untidy or unsightly property as well as junked vehicles or open excavations. Some specific items include:
– The owner or occupier of property adjacent to a boulevard or lane shall ensure that the portion of the boulevard or lane adjacent to the property, up to the centre line of the lane, is kept free and clearof weeds, uncontrolled growth of grass, plants and tree/shrub overgrowth.
– No owner or occupier of property adjacent to a boulevard or lane, or any other person, shall deposit or cause, suffer or permit the deposit of any garden, vegetation, waste materials or tree branches on or upon a boulevard or lane adjacent to the property, up to the centre line of the lane.
– No owner or occupier of property adjacent to boulevard or lane, or any other person, shall deposit or cause, suffer or permit the deposit of household furniture, building materials or tires on or upon a boulevard or lane adjacent to the property, up to the centre line of the lane.
Owners are responsible for their property’s appearance and maintenance in order to keep Martensville a clean and healthy community for all residents.
For further information on this bylaw, please visit Martensville.ca or contact City Hall.
Vehicles Parked ‘Left of Centre’
Vehicles parked on the wrong side of the road is an illegal and unsafe practice and is controlled by local bylaws and the Provincial Traffic Safety Act.
The Martensville Traffic Bylaw 17-2015 states:
3e(vii) No person shall park a vehicle on any street to the left of centre (wrong way).
Enforcement of this bylaw will be increased in response to resident complaints. The penalty for parking the wrong way is $120.