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Information for building owners, designers, municipalities, building officials, fire services, and other government units, to construct safe and healthy buildings and facilities.
Tools and services to plan and develop the communities.
Information and resources for condominium owners, boards, developers, and the professionals that service them.
The Shelter Enhancement Program – New provides financial assistance to developers to increase the number of available emergency shelters and second-stage housing for victims of family violence.
Learn more about programs offered to residents and developers to help make more affordable housing available in Saskatchewan.
Information and resources on owning, renting, and maintaining rental property in Saskatchewan.
Find maps for community planning, RM boundaries, and interactive maps from SaskMuniMap.
Subdividing land involves applying to a subdivision approving authority for approval and registering the approved subdivision at the Information Services Corporation and Land Registry.
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