The City employs Bylaw officers to respond to traffic and parking concerns, as well as enforce the Traffic Safety Act. Below you will find some information on topics commonly discussed.
Anyone can request to temporarily block metered parking in special cases. The requesting person must submit an application at least three business days in advance of the request to Enforcement Services. Complete the Bagged Meter Application and return it to firstname.lastname@example.org. If the section you would like to reserve is in our new downtown area and does not have meters, please complete the Barricade Application form.
Grande Prairie Enforcement Services (GPES) is committed to road safety through the development of a viable Traffic Plan. This plan will focus on education, commercial vehicle inspections, vehicle defects, and general traffic enforcement, both moving and non-moving. This traffic plan is meant to be a living document, which will give the plan room to adjust to emerging trends and needs as they arise.
Several ATE technologies are deployed in the City of Grande Prairie.
FAQ about Photo Enforcement Tickets
The images capturing the violation are reviewed and verified before a violation notice is prepared and mailed to the registered owner of the license plate. The process can take one to two weeks, but is usually completed within days (much quicker than the previous process).