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Highlights from May 24, 2017 Council Meeting


Joining by teleconference, representatives of the Safe Places initiative in Swift Current made a presentation to Council to discuss the benefits of the program and the process with which adult volunteers would become designated. Introduced by Councillor Shaun Henry, Safe Places is a community-wid...

Budget 2017 Approved: Spending Slowed, Mill Rate Lowered, and Focus on Building the New Aquatic Centre


Kindersley Town Council’s first budget of the term will result in a mill rate drop of more than 5 mills and spending on certain infrastructure and other programs put on hold as funding slows and Council focuses attention on the design-build of the new indoor aquatic centre. At its May 24...

Mosquito Control Efforts Expanded to include Malathion Application


The Town will amplify mosquito control efforts this week with the application of malathion in green spaces throughout Kindersley. The extra measures have been directed by Council to combat already high levels of mosquitos throughout the community and to ensure that parks and green spaces can be e...

Updates: Spray Pad Open; Main Street Traffic Signals Project Upcoming


The Fat Cats Spray Pad is officially open for the summer season in Baker Park. Please ensure that children using the spray pad are adequately supervised at all times. The spray pad operates by push button control. Timers are set to enable use between the hours of 9 a.m. and 10 p.m. ---...

Highlights from May 8, 2017 Council Meeting


Big Dippers Pool Fundraising Committee member Tricia Morton joined the Council meeting by teleconference to share the plans for a 2018 fundraising calendar the committee is beginning to develop as a money maker for Kindersley’s proposed aquatic facility. Morton requested that Council consid...

Emergency Preparedness Week May 7-13, 2017


In recognition of the importance of Emergency Management in Saskatchewan and to raise community awareness regarding the need for individuals to take ownership for preparation for the possibility of an emergency, Council of the Town of Kindersley has proclaimed the week of May 7-13, 2017 as Emerge...

Musical Ride Tickets On Sale Monday, May 1


The Town of Kindersley is proud to present the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Musical Ride. A Canadian tradition since 1876, a troop of 32 scarlet coated “Mounties” on majestic black horses present a 30 minute show of intricate figures and cavalry drills choreographed to music...

Curb, Gutter and Sidewalk Work to Begin on Saturday


Curb/gutter and sidewalk work is scheduled to begin on Saturday, April 29 along 6th Avenue. Residents along 6th Avenue will be notified by door knocker with pertinent information pertaining to the infrastructure work. Some driveways may be inaccessible for a short period of time during the cur...

Highlights from the April 24, 2017 Council Meeting


Two-hour limited parking will not be extended to the full length of Main Street. Council declined to make any resolution as such Monday night after considering the request of business owner Kathie Elmhurst who submitted a petition with 60 signatures supporting that two-hour parking be reinstated ...

PUBLIC NOTICE: Intent to Long-Term Borrow


Public Notice is hereby given that, in accordance with the Public Notice Bylaw, No. 20-05 adopted by the Town of Kindersley, and in accordance with The Municipalities Act, the following items will be discussed by the Council of the Town of kindersley at its Regular Meeting of Council to be h...

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