The Village of Vibank takes every effort to keep this data as accurate and current as possible. All bylaws and policies for the Village are not listed below, and attachments/appendix may be missing. If you are looking for a bylaw or policy that is not listed call the Office and inquire.
This data is for reference purposes only. Please contact the Village of Vibank if you are intending to use this data for legal purposes. Please do not copy and disseminate this information without the consent of the Village Administration.
When using the information contained herein, the original Bylaws and Policies should be consulted for the purpose of interpretation and application of the law.
Bylaw 2022-003 Bylaw 2022-003 Amendment to 2021-005 cost recovery
Bylaw 2022-002 Bylaw 2022-002 Amendment to 2013-08 Building Bylaw
Bylaw 2022-001 Bylaw 2022-001 Council Code of Ethics
Code of Ethics Compliant Form Bylaw 2022-001 Ethics Complaint Form
Bylaw 2021-006 2021-006 Fire Restriction
Bylaw 2021-005 2021-005 Fire cost recovery
Bylaw 2021-004 – 2021-004 Tax incentives and penalties
Bylaw 2021- 003 – 2021-003 Mill Rate for 2021
Bylaw 2020-02 Bylaw 2020-002 – ATV Bylaw
Bylaw 2020-01 Bylaw 2020-001 – 2020 Fee Schedule Amendment to Bylaw 2019 -01 Fees Bylaw
Bylaw 2019 – 10 – 2019-10 -Traffic Amendment Bylaw
Bylaw 2019 – 09 – 2019-09 – Fire Agreement Bylaw
Bylaw 2019 -06 – Bylaw 2019-06 Fee Bylaw amendment 2019-01
Bylaw 2019 -05 – Bylaw 2019-05 Dog License Bylaw 2002-08 Amendment
Bylaw 2019-04 – Bylaw 2019-04 – Water and Sewer Rate Bylaw
Bylaw 2019 -03 – Bylaw 2019-03 Waste Material Fees
Bylaw 2019-02 – Council Remuneration Bylaw – 2019-02 – Council Remuneration
Bylaw 2019-001 – Fees Bylaw Bylaw 2019 – 01 – Fees Bylaw
Bylaw 2018-005 – False Alarm 2018-005 False Alarm Bylaw
Bylaw 2006-001 – Nuisance – Nuisance Bylaw
Bylaw 2002-008 – Dogs at Large and License – Bylaw 2002-008 Regulate running at large domesticated animals
Bylaw 96-5 – Snowmobile Bylaw – Snowmobile Bylaw – 96-5
Bylaw 95-7 – Snow on Village Streets – Bylaw 95-7 – Removal of Snow
Bylaw 83.1 – Noise Bylaw – Bylaw 83-1 NOISE
Suspected bylaw violations can be submitted to the Village Town Office in writing or by dropping off the Bylaw complaint form. The complaint form is available at the Village Office or download the Bylaw Complaint Form To aid staff in responding to your complaint in a timely manner, please insure the following information is completed on the form:
◦Your name and phone number for contact, if follow-up is required
◦The address and location of the property for which you are submitting a complaint
◦A short and concise description of the complaint
Any personal information you provide is confidential and will not be disclosed to the subject of the complaint. It is important to have the complaint in writing for future references.
What happens after I submit a bylaw complaint?
◦The staff at the Village Office will file your complaint into the system and then forward it to the Bylaw Enforcement Officer or an agent of the Village.
◦The assigned officer will visit the location of the complaint to conduct an initial inspection. Depending on the volume of complaints and available time, it may take several days before an initial inspection occurs. Complaints are handled on a priority basis.
◦If there appears to be a bylaw violation, the officer will take appropriate action to achieve compliance, depending on the type of violation.
A Bylaw to Provide for Entering into an Agreement Respecting the Provisions of Fire Protection Services
A Bylaw to License and Regulate the Running at Large of Domesticated Animals
A Bylaw to Regulate the Proceedings of Municipal Council and Council's Committees
A Bylaw in the Province of Saskatchewan, to supplement the Highway Traffic Act, 1986, Regulating Traffic upon and the use of the Public Streets of the Village of Vibank and Preserving Order Therein.
A Bylaw to Provide for the Administration of the Municipal Corporation and to set forth the duties and Powers of the Designatged Officers for the Village of Vibank.
The policies of this Official Community Plan (OCP) shall apply to the incorporated area of the Village. Objectives and Policies related to areas outside the current limits of the Village shall guide Council in its actions regarding the land and relationships with neighbouring rural and urban municipalities and nearby First Nations.
The purpose of this Bylaw is to implement the policies in the Official Community Plan and to regulate land use.
Covid-19 Vaccination Policy – Passed Policy 2021-004 Covid Vaccination Policy
Mandatory Masking in the Heritage Centre – 2021-003 – Masking policy Heritage Building
Spraying of Weeds on Municipal Property – 2021-002 spraying of weeds on Municipal Property policy
Prevention of Workplace Violence Policy – Passed Policy 2021-001 – PREVENTION OF WORKPLACE VIOLENCE POLICY
Spraying of Weeds on Municipal Property Policy – Passed Policy 2021-002 – Spraying of Weeds on Municipal Property
Order to Remedy Policy – Passed 2020-004 Nuisance Order to remedy Policy
Water and Sewer line Policy – Passed Policy- 2019-004 Water Sewer Line Repair
Zero Tolerance Policy – Passed Policy- February 26 – 2019-002 Zero tolerance Policy
Receipting Policy Passed Policy- March 26 – 2019-001 Receipting of Payments Policy
Fit for Duty Policy Policy 2018-003- Fit for duty policy
NSF Cheque Policy Vibank NSF Fee Policy
Travel, Mileage, and Meals Policy Policy Mileage, Meals, and Travel 001-2017