The maintenance personnel are putting the docks in at Loney’s Point today. Residents do not require a launch pass. All other users must buy a daily or seasonal use pass from the office or put money in the locked box on site and one will be mailed out to you.
Regular garbage pickup will be weekly starting Tuesday, April 27 until after Thanksgiving.
Please note that the red Loraas bins are for household garbage only. We will be getting a few green Mr. Bin’s out starting this week and they will be located at each quonset. Please be considerate of others when filling the bins, as they are for ALL residents. Don’t fill them up with leaves and branches as these can be composted in your yard. Recyclable items like tires can be taken to Quality Tire in Moose Jaw and any metal can be taken to Five Star Steel in Moose Jaw. Please do not leave large items beside the bins and if they are full, wait until an empty bin shows up.
If you are doing any type of construction, you must obtain your own bin on your property.
Complete your #2020census online today.
Every liveable dwelling in South Lake received a Census form. If this is just your secondary address, you still need to complete the census form online for your lake address. Information collected by the census is used by the Resort Village of South Lake to plan and advocate for our community. A variety of funding and access to programming available to the municipality is based off results from the census which affects infrastructure, recreation, education, businesses and more.
We need every citizen counted!
By filling out your census questionnaire, you help shape your community and support important decision making that affects all Canadians.
Overnight ice shack parking is permitted in launch parking lots between March 15 and March 31 ONLY.
Seasonal/Daily launch fees now apply for using Loney’s Point and Sand Point launch sites to access the ice. Launch passes are valid from May until March of the following year.
The Resort Village of South Lake assumes no liability concerning the condition of the ice or the launch ramps, “USE AT OWN RISK”.
Ice shacks shall be removed from parking lots by March 31. Any shacks that are left in the parking lots after March 31 will be towed at owners risk and expense.
Council is requesting that no household garbage is burned in burning barrels or firepits as there are garbage and recycling bins available for use throughout the Village. Thank you for your consideration of your neighbours.
Please take note that the use of all non-registered vehicles on the streets within the Village is illegal. You can be ticketed by the RCMP under the Traffic Safety Act. Anyone using them is doing so at their own risk. Any complaints regarding them should be directed to the RCMP.
When: September 5, 2020
Time: 9:00 am to 12:00/1:00 pm
Due to the cancellation of our annual barbecue, we’ve decided to host a new event. Residents can sell their wares while still practicing the government’s rules for Covid 19.
It will work like this. You set up a table at the edge of your property and price your items. It can include anything from garage sale items, baking, home preservatives, free items, etc.
If you like, you can comment on Resort Village of South Lake residents facebook page with your address and you can also list a few items that will be for sale.
Good luck and happy shopping
Due to Covid 19 health restrictions in place, Council has decided to cancel the annual BBQ that was to be held on September 7.
Whereas a poll is not required pursuant to The Local Government Election Act for the offices of:
Mayor: Resort Village of South Lake
Councillor: Resort Village of South Lake, Ward of Sand Point
Councillor: Resort Village of South Lake, Ward of South Lake
I hereby give notice that no voting for the offices will take place and that the following persons are elected by acclamation:
ARTHUR SCHICK – Mayor
RANDY MACQUARRIE – Councillor, Ward of Sand Point
GARTH PALMER – Councillor, Ward of South Lake
BRENDA WINTER – Councillor, Ward of South Lake
Dated at Moose Jaw, this 27th day of July, 2020.
Sask Energy is now accepting applications for new gas line installations in the Village with the exception of the retired area around Loney’s Ave. Please go to www.saskenergy.com and apply online under residential resort applications. All questions are to be directed to Sask Energy.