Community Peace Officers
The City of Wetaskiwin’s Community Peace Officers are both proactive and reactive in responding to public requests for service and enforcement of Municipal Bylaws and select Provincial Statutes.
Community Peace Officers are employees of the City who are sworn in by Alberta’s solicitor general and the Province of Alberta, giving them legal peace officer status. They have the authority to enforce any city bylaw and specific provincial statutes and their mandate is to focus on particular issues affecting the community.
Use our confidential online reporting system to share your concerns. You will be able to track the status on your concern until it has been resolved.
- List of frequently-requested bylaws
Please phone the Community Peace Officers at 780.361.4401 or email them at email the Peace Officer with any questions.
The City of Wetaskiwin has an Animal Control Bylaw (PDF) in place stating that all pet owners must register their cats and dogs over the age of 12 months with the City of Wetaskiwin. This is a one-time registration fee that is good for the life of the pet.
Please visit the following pages for more information, or phone 780.361.4401.
Photo radar is used in the City of Wetaskiwin to increase speed awareness and change driver behavior. Tickets --including picture of the vehicle with the license plate number, date, and time of infraction and recorded speed--are mailed directly to the registered owner of the vehicle. Demerit points are not issued for photo radar tickets.