Community

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]

Annual School Terry Fox Walk Road Closures

Westberry School, Elizabeth School, and Kindersley Composite School will be having their annual Terry Fox Walk at 10:30am on September 27, 2018.Main Street will be closed from 10:00am-11:00am from 6th Avenue to Railway Avenue.Feel free to come and watch on the sidewalk but please do not park or drive on our route. Please have all vehicles removed f... [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]

New Landfill

Our new landfill will be opening soon! Here is the best route to get there:We will notify the public as soon as it is open! Watch for updates here, our e-news, or on our social media: Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter! [Read More]

Wonderful Memories

Retta Thompson was a former resident of the T Eaton Co. house, currently located at the Kindersley and District Plains Museum, donated by herself and her sister May. She recently donated original artifacts from the house including an alarm clock and photograph of her father, Mr. Johnston Hill. In 1918 the precut lumber for the house was sent from B... [Read More]

Goose Festival Coming Soon

The 2018 Goose Festival is September 20-23 and we are looking for the following: - pie eating contest participants for Thursday, September 20 at 5:00pm- small groups of people (4-5) that would like to participate in this year’s potato peeling/goose plucking contest. This event would take place on Thursday, September 20 at 5:30pm on the downtown sta... [Read More]

Water Meter Check

A friendly reminder to all residents that Kindersley Employees will be stopping by to check water meters. Anyone who is not following regulations referring to Bylaw 16-09 - (Amendment 05-18) will be ticketed.ALWAYS take caution in who you are letting into your home. Make sure to double-check their credentials. Kindersley Employees will have their o... [Read More]

Temporary Road Closures 12 Ave E and 6 Ave W

The roads 12th Ave E and 6th Ave W will be closed temporarily to add an asphalt sealant on Thursday September 6, 2018. Thank you for your patience! [Read More]

Precautionary Drinking Water Advisory- 7th Ave W, 8th Ave W, 10th St W Rescinded

The Precautionary Drinking Water Advisory (PDWA) for 7th Ave W, 8th Ave W, and 10th St W has been rescinded as of August 31st, 2018. A PDWA was established as part of a water leak repair. For more information please visit: https://kindersley.ca/ourservices/watersewer/precautionarydrinkingwateradvisory [Read More]

KCIP Funding Assists Community Organizations in Kindersley

A total of $45,151 will be distributed to 18 organizations for the 2018-19 Kindersley Community Initiatives Program (KCIP) grant. The grant is made possible through Saskatchewan Lotteries funding that is issued annually to municipalities on a per capita basis and is intended to encourage involvement in recreation, culture, and sports activities.All... [Read More]

Community Committee to Find Home for Shelter

A community committee has been struck to determine a suitable location to construct the proposed West Central Safe Shelter in Kindersley. The project, an initiative of the West Central Crisis and Family Support Centre, was a major topic on the agenda of Council’s June 25 Regular Meeting as two dozen residents attended to voice their opinions about ... [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]

Agencies Seeking Survey Feedback about Isolation Issues for Seniors

The Saskatchewan Seniors Mechanism, Alzheimer Society of Saskatchewan, the Canadian Red Cross (Saskatchewan), and the University of Regina’s Lifelong Learning Centre are partners in a collaborative project to reduce social isolation of seniors in south and central Saskatchewan. To assess the impact of our combined efforts, the Saskatchewan Populati... [Read More]

Chamber of Commerce Launches ShopKindersleyOnline Project

The Kindersley Chamber of Commerce has launched a new initiative to encourage shopping local in Kindersley and to further stimulate economic development for local businesses. An increase in online shopping is taking sales away from small business. The Kindersley Chamber of Commerce hopes to disrupt this trend with an exciting new process.View Press... [Read More]

Changes to Single Stream Recycle Program

Loraas Environmental has announced that, due to changes in the recycled material resale market, post consumer plastic such as plastic bags, food wrap, and cellophane packaging will no longer be accepted in Kindersley's single stream recycling program as of April 1, 2018.Ruebecca Fiddler, Manager, explained in a recent letter that changes to re... [Read More]

Big Dippers Hosts 3rd Annual Princess Ball

The Big Dippers Pool Fundraising Committee invites you to "Be Our Guest" at the 3rd Annual Princess Ball, April 14, 2018 from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm, proudly sponsored by Enlightened Dance. Spend a magical afternoon with ten Disney princesses at their Royal Ball. The Enlightened Dance team will perform an enchanting Disney-inspired performance before t... [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]

Seeking Nominations to Kindersley Housing Authority

The Town of Kindersley invites nominations to the Kindersley Housing Authority Board of DirectorsThe Board of Directors is responsible for ensuring efficient and fair administration of social housing properties and projects within Kindersley. Board members are not expected to attend to administrative or maintenance tasks personally. The Board meets... [Read More]

Trip of the Month Lotto 26 Tickets on Sale

Tickets for the Kindersley Culture and Recreation Building Fund's annual Trip of the Month Lotto are now on sale, just in time for Christmas! Proceeds from Trip of the Month, now celebrating its 26th year of fundraising in Kindersley, are being directed to the Indoor Aquatic Centre project.Each month, a draw will be made for one (1) trip and o... [Read More]

Seeking By-Election Workers

A by-election will be held in the Kindersley constituency before March 1, 2018. Elections Saskatchewan is seeking workers to fill jobs in the returning office and in the polling stations for advanced voting and on by-election day.Visit elections.sk.ca/takepart to learn more and apply. [Read More]

Update on Pool Construction

Click to see more updates on Town of Kindersley Facebook pageFront Office AreaPosted 2018-09-07The party rooms, women's change room, main office, family change room, and men's change room walls have been added.Kiddy Pool is Almost FinishedPosted 2018-09-07Lazy River is Coming AlongPosted 2018-09-07Leisure Pool and Waterslide Supports Prog... [Read More]

Molson Canadian Celebrates Kindersley Volunteers

Molson Canadian Celebrating a #TasteofWhoWeAre September11, 2017 – KINDERSLEY, Saskatchewan For Canada’s 150th, Molson Canadian is calling on the nation to share the real life stories of Canadians acting with connection, class, celebration, commitment and contribution. The brand is celebrating and inspired by the best of Canadian character, reward... [Read More]

Fill the Pool Campaign Launches

Having commemorated the sod-turning for Kindersley’s new indoor aquatic centre on July 5, Council is now set to focus efforts on obtaining sponsorship and donations for the $6.6 million project.The Fill the Pool Campaign will officially launch on Monday, July 10 and will offer a variety of options for businesses and individuals to make financial co... [Read More]

KCIP Grant Supports Community Organizations

The annual Kindersley Community Initiatives Program (KCIP) grant will support the programs and activities of nineteen different community organizations in 2017-18.A total of $45,154 will be distributed this year in Kindersley through KCIP, which is made possible through Saskatchewan Lotteries funding and is intended to encourage involvement in recr... [Read More]

Motherwell Reservoir Gains New Fish

Motherwell Reservoir has been stocked with new fish thanks to an initiative of the Ministry and Environment, in partnership with the Kindersley Wildlife Federation and Town of Kindersley.Kindersley Conservation Officers Brett Diemert and Ted Glass provided a presentation to Grade 8 Elizabeth School students on June 6 to explain the value the new aq... [Read More]

Nominate a Volunteer Making a Difference in Our Community

In recognition of Canada's 150th anniversary in 2017, Molson Canada is looking for nominees for "local community volunteers and thought leaders that have made a difference in communities."In partnership with Devins Network, communities are encouraged to submit the names of two or three nominees who "demonstrate a passion for life and great Can... [Read More]

Participate in the Final Culture Plan Survey

The Kindersley Culture Plan Advisory Committee is putting the finishing touches on the Kindersley Culture Plan, a year-long collaborative project that has generated significant feedback from the community.You are invited to participate in the final Online Survey here before March 22, 2017 (11:59 pm), which also offers a glimpse of the feedback rece... [Read More]

RCMP Musical Ride Coming to Kindersley

The RCMP Musical Ride is coming to Kindersley in celebration of Canada’s 150th birthday in 2017.Kindersley will host the Musical Ride at the West Central Events Centre, May 27-28, and is one of 24 communities selected for the tour, which includes stops in all ten Canadian provinces and one territory. The tour begins in May and continues until Septe... [Read More]

Tips for Garbage and Recycle Collection

As 2017 gets underway, the Town of Kindersley and Loraas Environmental Services would like to remind residents of the guidelines for curbside cart collection.In the past few weeks, Loraas has begun tagging many residential carts that cannot be picked up for a variety of reasons, including overfilling or not being placed appropriately on curbsides. ... [Read More]

Kinsmen Park Rink Grand Re-Opening Planned for February 18

The Friends of Kinsmen Park Corp. is proud to host the Grand Re-Opening of the Kinsmen Park Outdoor Rink on February 18, 2017. The celebration will include skating, a hot dog and marshmallow roast, and a variety of activities including oppotunities for photos and snowman building.The Kinsmen Park outdoor rink has seen a remarkable transformation ov... [Read More]

Garbage and Recycling Containers Damaged by Vandalism

Unfortunately, several garbage and recycle containers throughout Kindersley were damaged as a result of vandalism sometime overnight between Thursday, December 29 and Friday, December 30, 2016. The damage was done in multiple areas of town.RCMP are currently investigating the incident. Many of these containers were damaged beyond future use and nee... [Read More]

Seeking Volunteers for Outdoor Rinks

All three of Kindersley's outdoor rinks are open for the winter season and available for use as of Monday, December 19. The rinks are located in Kinsmen Park, at the West Central Events Centre, and beside the Water Treatment Plant,The rinks can be used from dawn until 11 pm and Town staff will open the shacks on regular work days, Monday to Fr... [Read More]

Trip of the Month Lotto 25 Tickets on Sale Now

Tickets are now on sale for Kindersley's annual Trip of the Month fundraiser, now beginning its 25th year!This year's Lotto 25 includes a total of 36 great prizes, including 12 fantastic travel destination packages, cash prizes, and travel gift certificates. Each month, one trip, one $120 cash prize, and one $75 gift certificant from Unit... [Read More]

Kindersley Receives 4 Blooms

Kindersley maintains its 4-bloom rating with Communities in Bloom (CIB), taking a break from competition in 2016 to receive adjudication only from the national community-building organization.Judges Keith Anderson and Irene Pisula offered special recognition to the natural heritage surrounding the Motherwell Reservoir. The judges visited Kindersley... [Read More]

Help Identify Our Culture with New Survey

As part of the Kindersley Culture Plan, we are launching the second online survey - "Identifying Kindersley's Culture." Please take a few minutes to complete the survey below and be eligible to win prizes. Thank you in advance for your participation. To learn more about the Kindersley Culture Plan, click here.Culture represents the behaviour, ... [Read More]

Share Your Input on Walking Track Hours of Operation

The Town of Kindersley is inviting input from citizens who use the walking track at the West Central Events Centre. With current staffing levels and winter programming coming up, we would like to get your feedback on adjusting the walking track hours of operation.Please complete the survey below. Thanks for your assistance! [Read More]

Cast Your Vote on Election Day, October 26

The day for Kindersley citizens to cast their votes for Mayor and Councillors is Wednesday, October 26 from 9:00 am to 8:00 pm at Elizabeth School gymnasium, 200 5th Avenue East.In order to be eligible to vote, you must be:At least 18 years of ageA Canadian citizenA resident of Saskatchewan for the past 6 monthsA resident of Kindersley for the past... [Read More]

Increased Voter Turnout in Advance Poll

A total of 169 votes were cast in the October 13 Advance Poll, an increase of 59 percent over the last municipal election Advance Poll in 2012.Returning Officer Bernie Morton indicated that voter turnout was steady throughout the day but particularly during the first four hours. Polls opened at 12:00 pm at the Kindersley Administration Office, and ... [Read More]

Communities in Bloom Contest Winners Announced

The Kindersley Communities in Bloom Committee is pleased to announce the winners of the 2016 CIB/Miracle-Gro Best Garden Competition:7 Queen Drive208 3rd Avenue West7 Hahn CrescentRoyal Canadian Legion Hall118 2nd Avenue East204 7th Avenue East174 Stewart Crescent [Read More]

Notice of Call for Nominations

Public notice is hereby given that nomination of candidates for the offices of Mayor and Councillor (6) for the Town of Kindersley will be received by the undersigned on the 21st day of SEPTEMBER, 2016, 9:00 AM TO 4:00 PM at TOWN OF KINDERSLEY ADMINISTRATION OFFICE – 106 5TH AVENUE EAST.ANDduring regular business hours on MONDAY TO FRIDAY FROM 8:30... [Read More]

Communities in Bloom Committee Launches Local Competition

To recognize the hard work and dedication it takes to create and maintain a beautiful yard and garden, the Kindersley Communities in Bloom Committee will be presenting 6 awards to properties throughout Kindersley that have significantly contributed to the beauty of our community. The awards will be distributed to all areas of Kindersley, including ... [Read More]

Kindersley Community Advisory Network: Call for Members

CALL FOR MEMBERSKindersley Community Advisory NetworkHeartland Health Region invites community members to consider application for the Kindersley Community Advisory Network. This invitation and proposal for development of a Community Advisory Network is a recommendation from the Kindersley Needs Assessment report.Purpose:To advise the board of the ... [Read More]

Kindersley Receives Funding for Canada 150 Activities

The Town of Kindersley will receive $14,500 toward events this year that commemorate Canada’s 150th anniversary and promote community celebration.These grants from the Community Fund for Canada’s 150th are created by a collaboration between the Government of Canada and the South Saskatchewan Community Foundation ($14,500) and the Town of Kindersley... [Read More]

Get Your Tickets for the Zest of the West Pool Fundraiser

Tickets are moving fast for Zest of the West, the upcoming major fundraiser for the new Kindersley Aquatic Facility. Hosted by the Big Dippers Pool Fundraising Committee on April 22, 2017, Zest of the West promises to be a night of fantastic food and beverages made by vendors from across Saskatchewan and Manitoba, as well as great entertainment fea... [Read More]