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Find how the Government of Saskatchewan governs and serves the province.
Find a government service and access your My Government Online Services account.
Learn how to appeal decisions made relating to applications for permits or approvals.
Roadside development permits are required for any work within the 90 metres from the right-of-way of a provincial highway.
Find information on the Encouraging Community Housing Options (ECHO) - Housing Plan Component program, its benefits, and if your municipality is eligible for grant funding.
Learn about Encouraging Community Housing Options (ECHO) - Action Component program and the grant available to implement the strategies identified in a housing plan.
Find out how our province is doing based on construction activity and changes in population; building permit reports, population growth and decline reports for 2006 and 2011 for cities in Saskatchewan .
Find information on how municipalities set policies and develop plans to guide development of their communities.
Learn about how your municipality plans for a wide range of issues such as watershed management, utility servicing, economics, recreation, drainage and transportation networks.
Learn what assessment management and land use planning are and how to include them in your community plans.
Learn more about how land is reserved and the costs associated with dedicating lands for parks, open spaces and other public amenities.
Download the local improvements manual , related forms, and sample spreadsheet before starting a local improvement project.
Find community planning maps and Rural Municipality (RM) boundary maps, and learn about population changes, tax revenue, and much more at SaskMuniMap.
Learn about the regulations and procedures for municipal restructuring including altering boundaries, establishing a town or village, and changing the status of towns, villages, and hamlets.
Read about the Official Community Plan that assists in the planning process and is essential in managing future growth and development.
Learn about the purpose of The Planning and Development Act, and download your own copy.
Learn how the Government of Saskatchewan is protecting the health and safety of its citizens by making sure that residential areas are at a safe distance from oil wells.
Find out how servicing agreements make sure that costs are shared when servicing a new subdivision and that new services are installed properly.
Find information about how to apply for subdivision approval, how condominium development, land use and flood management relate to subdivision, and exemptions from the subdivision approval process.
Learn about zoning bylaws in Saskatchewan that divide municipalities into zoning districts and regulate the development and use of land in those districts.
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