The City of Brooks Municipal Enforcement Department is not an emergency response agency. All emergencies should be directed to the appropriate emergency service by calling 911.
Peace / Bylaw Officers
City of Brooks employs Community Peace Officers and Bylaw Enforcement Officers to enforce Bylaws and Provincial Statutes throughout the City of Brooks. Calls for service of a non-emergency nature involving municipal bylaw offences including animal control issues can be made by calling 403-362-2331.
City of Brooks Municipal Enforcement Officers act as Animal Control Officers within the City limits. If a resident has an issue with a domestic animal, as covered under the Animal Control Bylaw (PDF), please call 403-362-2331.
For all after hours Animal Control complaints, please call the RCMP non-emergency line at 403-362-5535.
For animal protection, sheltering and licensing, please contact Brooks Animal Protection Society at 403-362-4323 or access their website.
City of Brooks Municipal Enforcement Citations
City of Brooks Bylaw and Community Peace Officers respond to complaints directly from community members and from patrols relating to quality of life, such as noise and nuisance complaints and vehicle parking violations.
Enforcement methods available to the City of Brooks are:
- Achieving compliance by agreement or warning
- Issuing a fine (Municipal Ticket Information)
- Direct enforcement of those Bylaws that authorize staff to take action
- Court proceedings
Bike owners may register their bikes new or used bikes for free with the City. Through a serial number and optional photo, the City will record the make and model of the bike as proof of ownership. If the bike is ever lost or stolen and recovered, the program will assist in returning the bike to its rightful owner. Registration forms for new bikes can be found at your local Canadian Tire and Walmart stores. To register an existing bike, go to the Brooks Fire Hall, RCMP Detachment Office or download the Bicycle Registration Form (PDF).