***As of 6pm yesterday (September 28) the area is safe to return to!*** To be safe, please avoid the area of: 100 Block of 5th Avenue East 100 Block of 6th Avenue East Due to a gas leak.
Remember to Remove Your Gutter Ramps! Gutter ramps must be removed by October 1 until April 30. If left on the street, they cause damage to snow removal equipment. Gutter Ramps or Matting placed on roadways during the restricted time period may be removed, without notice, and shall be confiscated, impounded and/or ticketed by the Town of Kindersley. This regulation is listed as Section 8 of Bylaw 04-21, A Bylaw to Regulate Traffic.
September 10, 2022 is World Suicide Prevention Day. Remember: you are not alone and your feelings are valid. If you or someone you know is struggling, there are many resources out there to help: https://suicideprevention.ca If you prefer a more local option, you can reach out to the West Central Crisis Centre: https://westcentralcrisis.ca/
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The Town of Kindersley is mourning the loss of one of our own. With heavy hearts we offer our deepest condolences to the family, coworkers, friends, first responders, and community members impacted by this tragedy. We are heartbroken that our staff member lost his life serving the community. We are asking for privacy so that we can put the priority on our staff wellbeing and support towards the family. Thank you for your support.
Effective immediately all water restrictions are now lifted. All operations are back to normal and our water reserves have been restored. We thank everyone for cooperation during this time.
We are not on a Boil Water Advisory, our water is treated, tested, and safe to drink. We are building up our water reserves. The Town of Kindersley will be implementing water restrictions effective immediately due to recent water repair on our source line and high usage occurring due to summer heat. This will assist us in building our water reserves to the appropriate level at a more efficient timeframe with good quality water. In order to fill up our water reserves in town and ensure we stay above our fire protection level in town we will be implementing water restrictions. [...]
We'd like to thank our Public Works department who worked day and night to fix the water leak at Snipe Lake! It's because of our awesome team that everyday services are maintained and available for our residents!
Town Council held a Regular Meeting on Monday, August 22, 2022. The following agenda items were resolved. 7.2: The Council of the Town of Kindersley resolved that in relation to Subdivision Application SUBD-000277-2022 in the Town of Kindersley, for which the Community Planning Division of the Government of Saskatchewan has requested that the Council of the Town of Kindersley comment on the application; therefore That the Council of the Town of Kindersley: Is not aware of any land or site conditions that would be incompatible with the intended use of the proposed application Does not have any facilities affected by the [...]
Reminder that the fire ban is for the RM and not the Town of Kindersley, however given the amount of heat we have received with little to no rain, please exercise extreme caution if you are having backyard bonfires, etc.