Garbage Bins Are For Household Garbage Only
Do not put in any construction debris or yard waste such as leaves, trees or branches. Continued disregard for this request may lead to a garbage surcharge being added to your annual taxes.
If a resident has any object on the Village road allowance that causes harm or damages or is damaged by other individuals or by Village equipment, that resident will be held responsible for any costs incurred.
All residents of the resort village are required to place a sign on their boathouses, docks, and/or lifts facing the lake and containing their name and lake address.
All Shoreline Development such as docks , lifts and shoreline stabilization require approval from Saskatchewan Environment. Click here for an application, come into the office or go to Saskatchewan Environment Offices.
Once your application is completed, please take it to the Ministry of Environment office at 110 Ominica St W and they will contact our office. Please be sure to get a GPS location before you take the form to Environment.
Only One Boat House/Launch Location Per Household
The Resort Village of South Lake’s 2016 Audit Report is posted in the Office for any Ratepayer to view.
All other financial statements are available for viewing at the office during regular business hours. If you wish to obtain copies of these or any other documents, you will be required to pay the fees according to our Administration Department User Fee Policy.
- Shoreline Development – Water Security Agency
- Commissionaires Weekly Report
- Palliser Regional Library Information
- Crown Land Lease
- Excavation Policy
- Excavation Application
- SASKENERGY – Signs of Ground Movement
- Commissionaire Post Orders
- Minister’s Order
- Residential Building Permit Application
The Moose Jaw Fire Department has provided some fire safety tips for your information:
- Boating Safety Tips
- Camping Fire Safety Tips
- Cottage Fire Safety Tips
- Fireworks Safety Tips
- Grilling Safety Tips
- Lightning Safety Tips
- Outdoor Electrical Tips
- Wildfire Safety Tips