This is a "Choose Your Own Adventure" tourism video, to highlight some of the fun things to do in town! At the end of each scene, you are able to choose the next place you would like to virtually visit! Everyone's staycation in Kindersley will be a little different! Enjoy!
Ditson Drive is now closed (including the sidewalk) from 2nd Avenue East to the Railway intersection. There is no thru traffic on 2nd Avenue. Local traffic only please! The Rosedale access is still open from Railway. Please be EXTREMELY cautious of the area as there are open excavations and workers present!
Starting TOMORROW (September 12th,2019) we will be paving 11th Avenue West all the way from the highway 21 access road (Travelodge) to the Main Street (Humptys) access. Please use 10th Avenue to access the businesses.
Town Council held their Regular Meeting on Monday, September 9th, 2019. The following resolutions were made regarding accepting an offer in the Residential Contract of Purchase and Sale, a new Safety Manual, and the list of accounts. The offer of 45,000.00 was accepted as set out in the Residential Contract of Purchase and Sale regarding the property described as Lot 15 - Block 11 - Plan G9 and having the civic address of 211 - 3rd Avenue West. Council resolved that the property must be developed by December 31st, 2020. Council approved as presented the Town of Kindersley Safety Manual. It [...]
Get a Smile, give a Smile and Make a Difference – Tim Hortons® Smile Cookie Campaign is Back! The full $1 from every Smile Cookie sold supports the Aquatic Centre in Kindersley! TOWN OF KINDERSLEY, September 10, 2019 – What’s better than a cookie that tastes good? A cookie that does good! Tim Hortons Smile Cookie Campaign is back supporting charities in communities across the country, including the Aquatic Centre in Kindersley – one of 550 Canadian charities, hospitals and community programs supported through the annual campaign. For one week, from September 16 – 22, restaurant [...]
September 10, 2019 has been proclaimed as Suicide Prevention Day in the Town of Kindersley by Mayor Rod Perkins. Council encourages all residents to take a minute to talk to someone who may be struggling. The influence of a caring, compassionate person at a difficult time can have a profound positive impact on someone in crisis. It only takes a moment to change a life, but together these moments can make a world of difference. Residents are encouraged to visit www.suicideprevention.ca to learn more. Official Proclamation
Just a friendly reminder that parking on Main Street from Railway to 4th Avenue is only permitted for 2 hours between 8am-5pm! Bylaw 12-17 section 9. Parking in the residential zones is not permitted for more than 72 hours.
Mayor Rod Perkins proclaimed September 2019 as Prostate Cancer Awareness Month in the Town of Kindersley. Council encourages all residents to participate in educating themselves on prostate cancer by visiting www.prostatecancer.ca to learn more. Let's make a difference! Official Proclamation
Congratulations to our Trip of the Month winners Wanda Brown (trip) and Doug & Adele McLeod ($120 cash)!
Our tourism information is closed for the season, thanks to everyone who visited over the summer! For tourism inquiries contact email@example.com or call (306) 463 2675. If you'd still like to visit the Museum, it is open by appointment (306) 463 6620.