Bylaw Court

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The Municipal Bylaw Court held in Kindersley is a regional partnership initiative between 43 municipalities throughout west central Saskatchewan. The first of its kind in Saskatchewan, the Municipal Bylaw Court is a Provincial Court established for the purpose of hearing municipal bylaw matters of the 43 partnering municipalities.

When: Every third Thursday beginning at 10:00 a.m.

Where: Kindersley Masonic Lodge, 501 Main Street

Partnering Municipalities

Town of Kindersley Town of Rosetown Town of Kerrobert RM of Antelope Park No. 322
Town of Luseland RM of Newcombe No. 260 Town of Eston RM of St. Andrews No. 287
RM of Monet No. 257 Village of Conquest RM of Fertile Valley No. 285 Village of Landis
RM of Mountain View No. 318 Town of Biggar Village of Coleville RM of Oakdale No. 320
RM of Milton No. 292 Village of Marengo Town of Eatonia Village of Flaxcombe
Village of Brock Village of Smiley RM of Prairiedale No. 321 RM of Winslow No. 319
RM of Marriott No. 317 RM of Pleasant Valley No. 288 Town of Elrose Town of Cut Knife
RM of Round Valley No. 410 RM of Montrose No. 315 Village of Beechy Town of Wilkie
Village of Dodsland RM of Victory No. 266 Village of Plenty Village of Dinsmore
RM of King George No. 256 RM of Kindersley No. 290 RM of Britannia No. 502 Village of Major
Town of Unity Town of Scott RM of Chesterfield No. 261

The Bylaw Court provides municipalities with a means to enforce bylaws and settle grievances between the municipality and those with a Notice of Violation. It also provides citizens an opportunity to appeal the charges against them.

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