News Archive

Council Highlights October 9, 2018

Town Council held their Regular Meeting on Tuesday, October 9, 2018. The following resolutions weremade regarding bylaws, the community grant "Fall Intake", and Waste Reduction week.Council approved the second and third reading of Bylaw 11-18 Being a Bylaw to Amend 04-14 Known asthe Town of Kindersley Zoning Bylaw.The community grant "Fall Intake" ... [Read More]

Council Highlights Sept. 24 Regular Meeting

Town Council held their Regular Meeting on Monday September 24, 2018. The following resolutions were made regarding our new CAO, a home-based business request, servicing agreements, and fire prevention week. Audrey Hebert was appointed as Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) in the Town of Kindersley. The position will be effective October 1st. Coun... [Read More]

Council Highlights Sept. 10 Regular Meeting

Town Council held their Regular Meeting on Monday September 10, 2018. The following resolutions were made regarding bylaws, the firehall design and build project, and suicide prevention day.After a second reading of Bylaw 10-18 being a Bylaw to Amend Bylaw No. 03-14, Town of Kindersley Official Community Plan it was read a third time and approved.C... [Read More]

Special Meetings of Council Held July 27 and August 1, 2018

Special Meetings of Council were held on July 27 and August 1, 2018 to discuss matters needing attention prior to the next Regular Meeting of Council on August 20.During the July 27 meeting, Council approved first reading of Bylaw 09-18, a Bylaw to Amend Bylaw 04-14 known as the Zoning Bylaw. The Bylaw amends and updates the Land Use Map within the... [Read More]

Notice to Amend Zoning Bylaw 04-14 with Bylaws 08-18 and Bylaws 09-18

Bylaw 08-18Public 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 08-18, A Bylaw to Amend Bylaw 04-14, known as the Zoning Bylaw of the Town of Kindersley.INTENTThe proposed Bylaw 08-18 would amend the Zoning Bylaw 04-14 as follows: Secti... [Read More]

Kindersley Swag Bags

Congrats to our Swag Bag winners Larissa Friesen and Paula Tumback! Thanks for participating in our draws! Keep your eyes peeled for more in the upcoming months! [Read More]

Waste Reduction Week

Next week (October 15-21) is Waste Reduction Week in Kindersley! Come back and check later for more information! [Read More]

Fire Safety Week

October 7-13 is Fire Prevention Week! Click HERE for fire safety tips! [Read More]

Goose Festival Reschedule

The annual Goose Festival still went on, even though the weather did not want to cooperate all weekend. Events included potato peeling, a karaoke contest, bouncy castles, a cabaret, and many more festivities. The Parade will be rescheduled to Saturday, September 29 at 11:00am. See their website and Facebook for more! You can also contact Denise Sar... [Read More]

Town of Kindersley CAO and Deputy Administrator

Audrey Hebert was appointed as the new Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) in the Town of Kindersley. Kim Vogel will be the new Deputy Administrator. [Read More]

Tips to Help You Reduce Household Waste

1. Compost! We still have our services open at the old Landfill location, as well as Loraas pick-up!2. Extend clothing life by donating or thrift shopping.3. Repair/Refurbish items instead of buying new ones.4. Reuse mugs/coffee cups throughout the day. Pick one to use instead of using multiple and making more dirty dishes.5. Use reusable bags!6. D... [Read More]

Highway 7 - Safety Improvements - Kindersley

You are invited to attend a come-and-go information session to discuss safety improvements on Highway 7 through Kindersley.The purpose is to provide options and gather public input for any future improvements through the community of Kindersley.Through an informal format, this will be an opportunity for you to discuss options and offer feedback.DAT... [Read More]

10 Fire Prevention Tips

1. Install smoke alarms outside each bedroom and sleeping area, and on each level of your home, including the basement. Make sure to follow all of the manufacturer's instructions.2. Test smoke alarms monthly to make sure that they are working properly, replace any smoke alarms that are more than ten years old.3. Have your fire extinguisher ser... [Read More]

Sewer Line Flushing 2018

During the weekend, the Town of Kindersley will be flushing sewer lines throughout town limits including the downtown areas. We must routinely do this to avoid blockages caused by the build up of sediment. Please slow down when driving in these areas as there will be people outside working.Have a Happy Thanksgiving Weekend, we apologize for any inc... [Read More]

A Generous Donation

THANK YOU Kindersley Community Service Club!The Kindersley Community Service Club is a collaboration of the Kindersley Legion, Rotary Club, Masons, Royal Purple, and Elks. The group put together a Chase the Ace program and in collaboration with the Little Dippers, used the final draw to donate to our Aquatic Centre. They generously donated $15,000 ... [Read More]


We will be having an online survey coming soon to decide how we will be utilizing the dedicated municipal land just north of O'Connor Park! Unfortunately there are no Swag Bags for this survey, but you do get to share your opinion! [Read More]

September 2018 Trip of the Month Winners

Congratulations to Marie Dionne and Jason Radies for winning the September trip of the month! [Read More]

Kindersley Culture & Recreation Building Fund Inc.

If you are interested in our Culture and Recreation Fund, click here to read more! (Includes Trip of the Month #27 Lottery and Request for Proposals) [Read More]

Recreational Vehicles

Now that summer is coming to an end, and fall is beginning, you may be bringing home recreational vehicles for winterization. These vehicles are only permitted on the roadway for 72 hours before they must be removed. Violators will be ticketed.Traffic Bylaw 12-17, Section 24.1There will also be no parking or driving on public parks, playgrounds, or... [Read More]

Fall is on it's way...

As we move towards the fall season, it is important to keep yards and alleyways free of debris. These areas make for a warm home for unwanted pests.Reminder: Do not litter, keep your community clean!For more information see Bylaw 19-08, sections 8-13.Any questions or concerns, please contact the Town Office at: (306) 463 2675. [Read More]