Garbage Burning

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.

Shop & Walk/Drive

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



Notice of Abandonment of Poll

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:


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.

Melinda Huebner

Returning Officer


Sask Energy Gas Line Update

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 and apply online under residential resort applications.  All questions are to be directed to Sask Energy.


Please take note that permits are required for almost everything done within the Village whether it be building or excavating.   Please check with the office before beginning any construction projects to get all the necessary paperwork and approvals in place first.  There may be some cases where it is not needed but we would prefer to have the heads up about it.   This will also eliminate neighbors and council members asking if a permit is in place when they see construction taking place.  Everything must go to a council meeting for approval which are held monthly so please plan ahead well in advance of your project start date.  No approvals will be given prior to a meeting and there may be fines implemented for not complying and starting without an approval first.

Beaches/playgrounds open

Beaches and playgrounds are once again open to the public according to phase 3 of the re-open Saskatchewan plan.  Please visit regarding the current public health guidelines.  Please also note that the beaches and playgrounds are unstaffed so it is recommended that you sanitize before and after use and use at your own risk.