Local Service Districts (LSDs) are established to provide certain services to communities or areas that have similar needs within a community or geographic zone.
The administration of the LSD is the responsibility of the 5-7 elected persons, known as the LSD Committee, and any staff employed.
The LSD Committee may charge a fee for the cost of service or supply provided in the LSD.
The liability or responsibility of fees in the LSD is at the discretion of the governing body. Where a fee is charged, the committee may determine the residents or users of the service or supply who are responsible for the payment of those fees. Fees may vary between residents or users based upon the decision of the elected committee.
Services are limited to the following 7 categories:
Source: Local Service District Regulations under the Municipalities Act, 1999
For information and assistance, contact the Municipal Affairs office nearest you.
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