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Bawlf
Village of 
Monday- Wednesday
open 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. 
Closed from 12:00 - 1:00 p.m.

BUSINESS HOURS:
phone: 780-373-3797
fax: 780-373-3798
email:  vilbawlf@syban.net
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Population of 422, located 24 km east of Camrose, Alberta on Highway 13. 
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Map of Bawlf
Civic addresses and corresponding Lot Block and Plan
Village Voice
Village of Bawlf's Monthly Newsletter
Moving to Bawlf?
Information about setting up services

Village Lots
Only 1 lot left! 
Contact Dennis Johnson or 
Steve Haugen
Battle River Realty
Phone:(780) 672-7761
Fax:(780) 672-7764
Email us
Bylaw Enforcement
The Village of Bawlf has contracted Camrose County to enforce our bylaws.

For bylaw complaints, the appropriate bylaw complaint forms must be completed and submitted to the Village Office.The complaint forms are available below for you to print or can be obtained at the Village 
Office.



For every complaint, both an occurrence report and a witness or dog complaint form must be completed.

At the Village Office, we hear about dogs all the time. Dogs running free, dog feces left along sidewalks and on lawns, and the biggest concern by far has been barking dogs.

Being a responsible pet owner means keeping your pet on your property or having them on a leash in public areas, picking up after your pets, and ensuring they aren’t barking and disturbing your neighbors. The community is for all to enjoy, day AND night. Responsible dog ownership also means purchasing an annual dog license, due in January of each year. The funds collected support the bylaw enforcement program that is in place. 

Please come in to the office and fill out a form that will be sent directly to Camrose County Bylaw by Administration, and provide the necessary details to allow the process to work for you, and your neighbors. It will take a community effort to solve this issue and our community will be better for it.