Town of Kindersley Staff Directory

Department of Corporate Services

Audrey Hebert, Chief Administrative Officer/Director of Corporate Services –


Trina Koska, Municipal Enforcement Officer –

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Corporate Strategy

Jenna Lavoie, Finance Officer –


Jennifer Taylor, Corporate Services Assistant –

Shaelyn Atkinson, Taxation and Accounts Clerk –


Anna Polsfut, Communications Coordinator –

Department of Community Services

Aquatic Centre

Chelsea Omness, Manager –


Kelly Skotnitsky, Director of Community Services –


Joe Newling, Manager of Parks –

Arena and Facilities

Carl Butschler, Manager of Facility Operations –

Darien Lynch, Arena Manager –

Department of Transportation and Environmental Services

Kim Vogel, Director of Transportation and Environment/Deputy Administrator –


Loreen Jeffries, Engineering Clerk –

Public Works

Manager of Public Works –


Colin Bevan, Manager –

Water Treatment

Michelle Steinke –

Kaila Johnson –

Waste Management

Western Regional Landfill Inc. –

Organizational Structure

Town of Kindersley Departments

The Town of Kindersley is responsible for providing infrastructure, facilities, and a variety of public services necessary for the day to day activities of our citizens. Unsure of who is responsible, check out our handy WHOSE JOB IS IT? guide.

You may also use our online Report a Concern form.

Who To Call For…

Service Required Who to Contact
Service street lights SaskPower
Ph: 310-2220
Report an abandoned car (They will need color, make, and license number of car.) Bylaw Enforcement
Ph: (306) 463-2675
Maintain traffic signals, traffic paint, or traffic signs Public Works
Ph: (306) 463-2675
Maintain Town trees Parks Department
Ph: (306) 463-6918

Reporting Potholes

The Town of Kindersley strives to ensure the best driving surface for all residents and visitors. If you have seen a pothole and would like to report it, complete our Report A Concern form online and Public Works will investigate. We depend on reports from citizens to help keep the streets and roads of Kindersley safe for the motoring and pedestrian public.

Contact Us

For more information, please contact Public Works at (306) 463-2675.


The Communications Department is responsible for external and internal communications services for the Town of Kindersley, including maintenance of the Town of Kindersley website and social media, advertising, marketing and public relations, facilitation of media requests, and acting as a resource for the community.

Get Connected

There are a variety of ways to stay informed with the Town of Kindersley, whether you are interested in upcoming events or information about the latest news and Council decisions.

When to Contact

The Communications Department is available to be contacted for reasons pertaining to:

  • Community initiatives or projects
  • Media related information that includes content found on the official Town of Kindersley website, Facebook and Twitter page, or information as reported by the media.

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Anna Polsfut
Communications Coordinator

106 5th Avenue
Box 1269
Kindersley, SK S0L 1S0

Phone: (306) 463-2675
Fax: (306) 463-4577


Monday – Friday
8:30 am – 4:30 pm

The Department of Community Services is responsible for the overseeing of Parks, Recreation and Culture, and Facilities Management services.


Kindersley has an abudance of well-maintained outdoor green spaces, including the Kindersley Regional Park and Golf Course and 8 neighbourhood parks located throughout the  community.

More information about  Parks and Playgrounds

Recreation and Culture

Kindersley offers a wide variety of recreation and cultural programming, events, and activities throughout the year, managed by the Town of Kindersley and many community volunteer-based organizations.

Facilities include the West Central Events Centre, Norman Ritchie Community Centre, Kindersley Elks Hall, Kindersley Regional Park and Golf Course, and the Kindersley Community Walking Trail around the Motherwell Reservoir.

More information about  Recreation and Culture


Kelly Skotnitsky
Director of Community Services

106 5th Avenue
Box 1269
Kindersley, SK S0L 1S0

Phone: (304) 463-2675
Fax: (306) 463-4577


Monday – Friday
8:30 am – 4:30 pm

The Department of Corporate Services is located in the Town of Kindersley Administration Office and oversees Payroll, Accounts, Taxation, Utilities and Collection.


  • The Department of Corporate Services is responsible for:
  • Acting as the point of contact for utility services and billing
  • Receiving citizen concerns or complaints and providing information
  • Accounting functions of the Town, including preparation and monitoring of the annual budget
  • Maintaining official records, including all Town bylaws, resolutions, policies, and minutes
  • Coordinating personnel services for the Town


The Department of Corporate Services issues payable checks twice monthly. All questions relating to the status of an invoice should be directed to this department at (306) 463-2675.

Corporate Services is also responsible for invoicing and collecting miscellaneous payments for the Town, such as:

  • Permits
  • Hall rentals
  • Parking violations

If you have any payment problems or questions, contact the Accounts Payable/Receivable Clerk at (306) 463-2675.


Audrey Hebert
Chief Administrative Officer

Kim Vogel
Deputy Administrator

Accounts Payable/Receivable

106 5th Avenue
Box 1269
Kindersley, SK S0L 1S0

Phone: (304) 463-2675
Fax: (306) 463-4577


Monday – Friday
8:30 am – 4:30 pm

Read about Engineering Planning & Development here

The Town of Kindersley is governed by bylaws that are adopted by Town Council. All bylaws are named and filed according to the sequence and year in which they are passed (for example: Bylaw 04-15 is the fourth bylaw passed in the year 2015.) Bylaws are regularly reviewed, amended, and in some cases, repealed. In many cases, the passing of a new bylaw may result in a previous related bylaw being repealed.

To view or search for a particular bylaw name or topic, view the Town of Kindersley Bylaw Database.

Municipal Bylaw Enforcement

Primary functions of the Municipal Bylaw Enforcement Department include:

  • To educate the public in Bylaw issues
  • To educate the public about current Bylaws
  • To work with the citizens of our Community
  • To Provide a Safe and Healthy Community

We are committed to professional bylaw enforcement that is responsive to our citizens. In addition, officers privately enforce regulations as their case load allows.


The Bylaw Enforcement Department’s workload is principally complaint-generated. The Department receives a substantial number of complaints each year concerning alleged violations of the Town Bylaws and other provincially and federally regulated issues. Each one is investigated to determine whether a violation exists, and appropriate actions are then taken.

Report a Concern Online

Read about Protective Services here

The Department of Transportation and Environment is responsible for overseeing the delivery of Public Works, Waste Management and Water Treatment services for the Town of Kindersley.

Public Works

The Public Works Department has the responsibility for ensuring the safety and maintaining the condition of all public streets, alleys, and rights of ways.

Services Provided

Compost & Recycle Centre

The Kindersley Compost and Recycle Centre is located along Highway 21 south, on the west side of Kindersley at the location of our previous landfill. This area is open 24/7. Please be sure to separate compost into the correct piles and put recycle in the appropriate bins. Thanks for your cooperation!

Compost Includes: unbagged leaves, grass clippings, branches, non-woody vegetation, and plant waste

Recycle Includes: household tin and aluminum, plastics #1 to #7, and mixed paper and cardboard


Hours of Operation:


More information about Garbage and Recycling

Water Treatment

The Kindersley Water Treatment Plant is a conventional water treatment plant located on Ditson Drive. Water is cleansed using chemicals that are added to raw water in the mixer to remove particulate matter. Water is disinfected with chlorine gas and then processed through gravity fed, dual-media filters. It is held in the reservoir and then pumped to Rosedale and the water tower.

More information about Water Treatment

Saskatchewan Environment Code

On November 3, 2014, the province of Saskatchewan adopted a new environment code to help meet the challenges of economic growth while protecting the environment for future generations. The code is the first of its kind in Canada.

The environmental code will come into force in stages beginning in January 2015. All chapters will be in effect by June 1, 2015.

View Questions and Answers about the Environmental Code


Kim Vogel
Director of Transportation and Environment

106 5th Avenue
Box 1269
Kindersley, SK S0L 1S0

Phone: (304) 463-2675
Fax: (306) 463-4577

Monday – Friday
8:30 am – 4:30 pm

Town Office

Phone: (306) 463-2675
Fax: (306) 463-4577

Hours: Monday – Friday 8:30am – 4:30pm

P.O Box 1269
106 5th Avenue East
Kindersley, SK S0L 1S0

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