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Notice to Amend Zoning Bylaw 04-14 with Bylaw 07-18

Public Notice is hereby given that the Council of the Town of Kindersley, pursuant to Section 207 of The Planning and Development Act, 2007, intends to consider Bylaw 07-18, A Bylaw to Amend Bylaw 04-14, known as the Zoning Bylaw of the Town of Kindersley.INTENT The proposed Bylaw 07-18 would amend the Zoning Bylaw 04-14 as follows: Section 4.8 (e)... [Read More]

Highlights from June 11, 2018 Council Meeting

Council has approved West Central Events Centre ice rates for the 2018-19 regular season. As recommended by Administration, there will be no increase to fees, with the exception of the primetime spring ice fees, which will increase from $170/hour to $200/hour plus tax and capital fees. The non-local adult fee was also eliminated in favour of one re... [Read More]

Highlights from May 28 ,2018 Council Meeting

Council approved the 2018 Mill Rate and Minimum Tax at its Regular Meeting, in addition to Bylaw 06-18, which establishes the Mill Rate Factors for the Town of Kindersley. Minimum municipal tax for residential property remains $1,240, and for commercial and other properties, $2,140.The 2018 Municipal Uniform Mill Rate remains unchanged at 9.7, and ... [Read More]

Mill Rate Approved with No Tax Increase

Kindersley’s Uniform Mill Rate remains unchanged at 9.7 mills for 2018 and residents should see little to no impact on their municipal property taxes unless their assessment has changed over the past year.Council approved the mill rate, along with the Mill Rate Factor Bylaw 06-18, at the Regular Meeting of Council held Monday, May 28. The Mill Rate... [Read More]

CAO Morton Announces Departure from Town of Kindersley

Bernie Morton, the Town of Kindersley’s Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) since 2012, has announced his resignation to pursue other professional opportunities. His last official day will be July 20, 2018. “It is with deep appreciation and some sadness that we accept Bernie’s resignation and wish him well as he pursues the next stage of his career ... [Read More]

Road Closures on King Drive and 2nd Street W for Water Main Replacement

Updated Friday, June 15, 2018 - 9:45 amThe Precautionary Drinking Water Advisory issued for King Drive and 2nd Street West is NO LONGER IN EFFECT. All properties have been reconnected to permanent lines and Saskatchewan Water Security Agency has verified that all water quality tests pass provincial regulations.Updated Tuesday, June 12, 2018 - 5:00 ... [Read More]

Hydrant Replacements Scheduled for Summer 2018

As part of our long-term infrastructure maintenance and asset management plan, the Town of Kindersley will be replacing 7 fire hydrants throughout the summer. The following hydrants are scheduled for replacement in 2018:This hydrant replacement program is a major capital upgrade to the utility infrastructure and is an added measure of safety for re... [Read More]

2018 Water Main Replacement Work Underway

Water main replacement is scheduled to get underway on Monday, May 28 beginning with the installation of temporary water service lines to affected properties along King Drive and 2nd Street West.Excavation work is slated to begin on Monday, June 4 starting at the intersection of 8th Street West and King Drive and moving toward 2nd Street East. Resi... [Read More]

Assessment Roll Open

The Assessment Roll for the Town of Kindersley for the year 2018 has been prepared and is open for inspection in the office of the assessor from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday to Friday, from April 27 to May 29, 2018. Assessment Notices have been issued in accordance with Section 214 of The Municipalities Act. Any person wishing to appeal an assess... [Read More]

Road and Water Main Infrastructure Work Approved for 2018

Council has approved the Town of Kindersley's planned road and underground infrastructure work for 2018 and will invest approximately $1.08 million in water main replacement, sidewalk and road reconstruction, and asphalt paving. The primary areas for work in 2018 will be King Drive and 2nd Street West (from Carmichael Avenue to King Drive), wi... [Read More]

Community Applications Invited for KCIP Grant

Kindersley Town Council has reversed a decision to temporarily suspend the Kindersley Community Initiatives Program (KCIP) grant for 2018 and is now inviting community organizations to submit their applications for funding.Applications can now be submitted to the KCIP program 2018-19 intake until Friday, June 22. Projects eligible for funding shoul... [Read More]

2018 Spring Waste Extravaganza

The Town of Kindersley is hosting a Spring Waste Extravaganza on Saturday, June 9 to provide residents with a one-stop opportunity to dispose of all your household hazardous waste, scrap metal, yard waste, electronic recyclables, and much more!The Waste and Recycle Centre along Highway 21 will be open for extended hours on June 9 from 9 a.m. to 4 p... [Read More]

Proposals Sought for Construction of New Fire Hall

Plans to construct a new fire hall in 2018 are moving quickly forward. The Town of Kindersley has published a Request for Proposals seeking a contractor to build the facility using a design generated through cooperation of the Town, RM of Kindersley, and Kindersley Fire Department.The new fire hall is to be built at 111 Railway Avenue on 1.7 acres ... [Read More]

Malathion Applications Underway for Mosquito Control

The Town of Kindersley is once again applying malathion in green spaces throughout Kindersley in effort to control the mosquito population. Application began Tuesday, May 15 and will continue as needed throughout the spring and summer months. Signs will be placed at treated areas to notify visitors but residents should be aware that all green space... [Read More]

Enbridge Line 3 Replacement Project to Begin Soon in Kindersley Region

By summer 2018, an influx of temporary workers will arrive in Kindersley and surrounding region to complete a portion of the Enbridge Line 3 Replacement Program. The project is the largest in Enbridge's history and, according to company representatives, it will bring approximately 800 employees to the area for at least a half year period. Comm... [Read More]

Malathion Applications Underway for Mosquito Control

The Town of Kindersley is once again applying malathion in green spaces throughout Kindersley in effort to control the mosquito population. Application began Tuesday, May 15 and will continue as needed throughout the spring and summer months. Signs will be placed at treated areas to notify visitors but residents should be aware that all green space... [Read More]

Submit 2018-19 Ice Time Requests by July 1

The Town of Kindersley is accepting booking requests for regular ice time at the West Central Events Centre (WCEC) for the 2018-19 hockey season. All requests are to be submitted by July 1, 2018 and will be reviewed after that time. Please complete and submit the 2018-19 Winter Ice Booking Request Form.If you have any questions, please contact 306-... [Read More]

Book Ice Time in April and May

We are continuing to book ice time at the West Central Events Centre (WCEC) through April and May. If you would like to schedule a hockey camp, practices, skating party, skills development workshop, or other event, contact the Town of Kindersley at 306-463-2675 or rec@kindersley.ca. You'll enjoy affordable hourly rates while getting additional... [Read More]

Meet Our Aquatic Manager

We are very pleased to introduce our new Aquatic Manager, Chantelle Benjamin, as we prepare for the opening of the new indoor aquatic centre later this year. Get to know Chantelle a bit better in this Q&A and view updates on construction at Kindersley.ca/pool.Construction of the new pool is progressing well. What are you feeling as opening day gets... [Read More]

Big Dippers Prepare for Second Zest of the West

The Big Dippers Pool Fundraising Committee is hoping for another fundraising success as preparations get underway for the 2018 Zest of the West. The Big Dippers have confirmed that the date for the second annual food and drink event will be April 21, 2018 beginning at 6:00 pm at the West Central Events Centre. Attendees enjoy live entertainment by ... [Read More]