Today West Road Tomorrow - January 28, 2021 Main Street Some points to remember: Please try to take a detour if you see snow clearing machines in the roadway, it makes their job much easier! DO NOT clear your snow onto the street, it will undo all the work we have put in with our crews. We CAN and WILL fine those who break the bylaw. Thanks again for your cooperation and patience. Please try to have your vehicles off the street if you have other parking options. Thanks for your cooperation and patience!
When dropping your child off at school, remember not to stop in the middle of the road. Waiting drivers may become impatient and attempt unsafe maneuvers to pass, putting you and your child directly in harm's way. It is also unsafe to let your child off near a crosswalk since they will need to cross in front of your vehicle to use it. Passing drivers won't immediately be able to see your child, which increases the risk of a serious collision. Regardless of where you drop off your child, try to have them exit the vehicle on the curb side, preferably [...]
February 1-19, 2021 Aquatic Fitness Class Sign up opens Friday January 29, 2021 at 8:00am Register Online: https://townofkindersley.perfectmind.com/24814/Clients/BookMe4BookingPages/Classes?calendarId=b738b6a9-c7e3-4151-bdd6-061fcae926ac&widgetId=291bd052-5b2e-423b-8068-681f47d6840f&embed=False&singleCalendarWidget=true Phone: (306) 463 2082 Or in Person: Aquatic Centre
Town Council held their Regular Meeting on Monday, January 25, 2021. The following agenda items were resolved. Council resolved to amend the Agenda of the January 25, 2021 Regular Meeting to remove Item: No. 7.3 Field of Honour - Request to Inter an Urn; and No. 9.1 Bylaw 01-21; and that Administration is further directed to discuss their matter with the Kindersley Branch of the Royal Canadian Legion and provide to Council an opinion from them in writing. A resolution was made to direct Administration to complete and sign the Certificate of Clerk of Local Authority and sign the Condo-Local Certificate [...]
Keep in mind the attention of a child can be very narrow. While they understand safety rules and procedures, such as looking both ways before crossing a street, they may not be able to see a potential problem as far ahead as an adult. Therefore, it is up to the driver to take up the responsibility and make sure we’re ready for anything that can happen in a school zone. Slow down, pay attention, and make safety the right choice. More info: www.sasksafety.org
Looking for something fun to do this weekend while it's cold out? Have you tried virtual star gazing? Check it out here!
Huge thanks to Devon Coles for replacing our aerial photo in Council Chambers with a fresh updated one! It looks awesome!
Feature photo by Chelsea Omness
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January 27, 2021 – A Free Zoom Workshop regarding Injury Prevention Register Here