Please remove all ice shacks from the Sand Point and Loney’s Point launch sites as soon as possible due to the warm weather forecast this week but absolutely no later than March 31. If any remain after this date, they will be towed away at the owner’s risk and expense.
Thank you for your co-operation.
There is going to be a fundraiser to further enhance the playground area at Loney’s Point. There will be swings and a spring rider installed summer 2019.
What: half rack of ribs dinner, 50/50 and silent auction
When: Friday, April 26th from 5 – 9 pm
Where: Crushed Can, Moose Jaw
Tickets: $20 each
Tickets are now available for purchase at the office or by calling Carolyn Ross at 306-690-7609.
As most of you are already aware, there is now a municipal surcharge on your SaskEnergy bill each month, similar to the SaskPower municipal surcharge. The money collected comes back to the Village and it will all be earmarked for the lagoon project.
FYI – Anyone disposing of infected Dutch Elm trees can haul them to the Moose Jaw landfill. Rates are posted when you weigh-in at the landfill.
As of September 17, the fire restriction has been lifted in the Village.
The 2018 tax notices were mailed on Wednesday, July 11, 2018. Please call the office if you do not receive it by July 20.
Gravelling will begin Thursday, June 14 on Sand Point Road as well as some other roads within the village.
Also, within the next two weeks oiling will take place from the end of the pavement on Tatanka Dr to Sand Point Road as well as Sand Point Road to the top of John’s Road. Please be mindful of all the equipment working as well as the fresh oil.
As of May 21, 2018 the office will be open Monday, Tuesday and Wednesdays from 9 – 3:30 pm.
Please use care when having fires of any kind. Still no fireworks permitted.
These ball hats with the South Lake logo are now available for purchase at the Village office for $25.00.