- Any place you can’t smoke tobacco
- Downtown between 100 Avenue to 101 Avenue and 102 Street to 98 Street
- Where smoking is prohibited by a public sign
- In a place that is harmful to others
- Within a 30 meter radius of:
- A public park, recreation facility or parade
- Where children are playing or congregating
- An outdoor special event, unless in an area specified by the event organizers as a cannabis consumption area
- The front entrance to a commercial movie theatre
By-law Officers, Peace Officers, and RCMP Officers may issue violation tickets with fines of up to $250.00 to those who do not adhere to the laws outlined by the Municipal, Provincial, or Federal Governments.
A Recreational Vehicle (RV) is defined as a vehicle that is designed, constructed and equipped, as a temporary dwelling place, living abode or sleeping place.
Following is a list of the key points of Bylaw C-1166. Please note that this is in no way a complete replication of the bylaw, but a compilation of the most commonly referenced sections.
Private Property Parking
RV Parking is permitted on an approved driveway in the front yard as long as the RV (inclusive of hitch) does not overhang the sidewalk.
To access private property with an RV through a City utility lot, park, or boulevard a Vehicular Access Permit from Parks Operations is required.
A person shall not occupy any recreational vehicle or travel trailer at any time while it is parked on public property (roadway or parking lot).
Street Parking RV's
From April 1 to October 31, an RV registered to a City of Grande Prairie address can be parked on the street in a location directly adjacent to the RV owner's residence for no more than forty-eight (48) consecutive hours. After that time, the RV must be moved to an off-highway location for at least twenty-four (24) consecutive hours before it can be parked on the roadway again.
RV's shall not be parked on the street in any manner as to create an obstruction or prevent the safe passage of vehicles or pedestrians.