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.
Notice for ice fishermen:
- Overnight ICE SHACK parking is permitted in launch parking lots between March 15th and March 31st only.
- Seasonal/ Daily Launch Fees now apply for using Loney’s Point and Sand Point launch sites to access the ICE. Seasonal Passes $40.00/ Daily Passes $10.00.
- 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 31st.
- ICE SCHACKS left in parking lots after March 31st will be towed at owners risk and expense.
The Resort Village of South Lake will be attempting to go paperless in the near future so all residents are encouraged to submit their email address to administration at: email@example.com
Loney’s Point is now under the management of the Resort Village of South Lake
Title owners of property within the Resort Village of South Lake are exempt form all launching fees. Passes can be picked up by contacting the office, the commissionaire or a member of Council.
All funds collected will be used to maintain and improve the facility of Loney’s Point.
For a Pass Purchase Please Contact:
South Lake Office
#6-1410 Caribou St W.
Moose Jaw SK, S6H 7S9
At the Lake:
Mayor Art Schick : 306 631-9263
Councillor Garth Palmer: 306 631-0643
Councillor Brenda Winter: 306 642-0015
Councillor Randy MacQuarrie: 306 631-7622
Commissionaire on Duty.
Residents please be mindful and courteous of the Village Maintenance staff while they are performing their duties as outlined by the Village.
As per Bylaw 2-95, permission is required from the Village and various organizations such as as Sask Environment, Sask Power, Sask Tel etc. prior to burying a waterline. All buried waterlines need to have marked posts installed to readily identify the location of the waterline. In addition, you must submit proof of public liability insurance to the Village. Call the office for more details.
There will be culvert cleaning done this year. Please have your waterlines clearly marked so that council can contact you when the culverts are being cleaned. This will help reduce any damage that may be caused with the cleaning process.
Council wishes to remind all residents that although South Lake does have a Firefighting and Emergency Response Service agreement with the City of Moose Jaw, it is the individual property owners responsibility to carry firefighting insurance for their property and contents.
In the event that a fire truck is called to your property, regardless of who calls for help, the cost of the response will be billed to the property owner. For example, Moose Jaw fire Department response fees for 2007 for one engine carrying and four firefighters, range from $801.12 for a one hour response, to $2051.20 for a five hour response.
Please ensure that your insurance carries a rider to cover these costs. Firefighting insurance is very reasonable (please consult your personal insurance provider for exact amounts).