Streets, Traffic & Parking Bylaw Review

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The District of Elkford council is considering the adoption of a new Streets, Traffic & Parking Bylaw to update and replace Elkford’s existing Traffic and Streets Bylaw, originally adopted in 1994. The proposed new bylaw will update the rules for usage of our public streets in Elkford, and it also establishes new rules around more flexible parking in certain areas, such as the newly constructed downtown core area and the pick-up/drop-off areas near the schools.

Note that most rules concerning parking in Elkford are not proposed to change (e.g., winter parking regulations in most parts of town); however, the language within this proposed new bylaw has been simplified and updated to help improve overall understanding, comprehensiveness and enforceability.

You can review the draft bylaw using the Document section on this page. For your knowledge and convenience, you’ll also find a comparison table that outlines the differences between the existing bylaw and the proposed new bylaw, including explanations for some of the proposed changes.

Note that the survey is now closed. Staff are reviewing feedback and will be addressing any required changes at a future meeting of Council.

The District of Elkford council is considering the adoption of a new Streets, Traffic & Parking Bylaw to update and replace Elkford’s existing Traffic and Streets Bylaw, originally adopted in 1994. The proposed new bylaw will update the rules for usage of our public streets in Elkford, and it also establishes new rules around more flexible parking in certain areas, such as the newly constructed downtown core area and the pick-up/drop-off areas near the schools.

Note that most rules concerning parking in Elkford are not proposed to change (e.g., winter parking regulations in most parts of town); however, the language within this proposed new bylaw has been simplified and updated to help improve overall understanding, comprehensiveness and enforceability.

You can review the draft bylaw using the Document section on this page. For your knowledge and convenience, you’ll also find a comparison table that outlines the differences between the existing bylaw and the proposed new bylaw, including explanations for some of the proposed changes.

Note that the survey is now closed. Staff are reviewing feedback and will be addressing any required changes at a future meeting of Council.

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Once all feedback has been received, staff will review and consider making adjustments to the draft bylaw to reflect the community's input before presenting it to council.

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