Saskatchewan legislation recognizes municipalities as a level of government with considerable autonomy to govern local matters.
Municipal council members are elected to make decisions that they consider appropriate and in the best interests of the municipality.
Their decisions affect the services that people rely on every day, which can include:
These decisions may be based, in part, on citizen’s expectations. They can also be based, in part, on a council member’s judgment.
- drinking water;
- sewer and waste;
- garbage removal; and
Information on the types and number of municipalities in Saskatchewan, the status of incorporated municipalities (i.e. village, town, city or RM) and municipal boundary changes.
Information on making a access to information request from Saskatchewan government institutions and local authorities, such as a municipality, board of education, hospital or special care home.
Information and resources for identifying, addressing and managing conflicts of interest.
Learn about roads, streets, construction, leases and maintenance related to municipalities.
Learn more about property assessments, tax tools, amendments to Acts and more.
Information on municipal council procedures.
Information for candidates, voters, newly elected officials, as well as election forms.
Learn all about petitions, referendums and audits.