CIVIC CENTRE ARENA SCHEDULE - Click Here
2015/16 FALL / WINTER RECREATION GUIDE Click here to open PDF.
In Motion - Moving Together Symposium
Thursday, November 26
9 am – 3:30 pm - St. George's Parish Hall 325 6th Ave East
Be a part of the local solution... Join other community leaders and decision makers to: hear what other are doing to get more kids, more active, more often, find out what we can do together, and develop realistic actions.
Ashley @ 306-640-9347
Janna @ 306-230-9805
or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
TOWN ADOPTS NEW OFFICIAL COMMUNITY PLAN 01/14 & ZONING BYLAW 02/14
A new Zoning Bylaw No. 02/14, was adopted and there are new requirements for outside storage for Recreational Vehicles in R1 and R2 Districts, A maximum of two (2) recreational vehicles can be stored outside in the Rear or Side yard, year round, compliance with zoning district setbacks are required. Sideyard setbacks = 1.2 m (4 feet) from the property line.
The Zoning Bylaw definition for Recreational Vehicle is: a portable structure designed and built to provide temporary living accommodation and to be transported on its own wheels or carried by another vehicle designed and intended to be used for recreational purposes and includes, but is not limited to, such vehicles as a motor home, a camper, a holiday or travel trailer, a tent trailer or a trailer used for the transport of sports utility/ recreational vehicles (snowmobiles, motocross and boats etc.)
A maximum of two (2) recreational vehicles can be stored outside in the Front yard, from May 1 to October 31.
Enforcement shall be on a complaint basis only.
Curbside Compost Program
This program is now complete for the season, Thank you to everyone who participated.
As of May 4, 2015 the Town adopted Bylaw 15-15, the Civic Address Bylaw. The bylaw was created for the purposes of protection, health and well-being of people and property. Did you know that Emergency Service calls are routed through a call centre in Prince Albert? Emergency services can have better response times when property numbers are clearly displayed.
As per Bylaw 15-15 each house or building alongside a road in Town shall have and maintain the property number as designated by the Town (your civic address). Numbers are to be a minimum of 3” high, a contrasting color, visible from the street during the night and day. You may view a copy of Bylaw 15-15 on the Document Server.
Website Last Updated: November 13, 2015