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Find services and information for doing business in Saskatchewan.
Find how the Government of Saskatchewan governs and serves the province.
Find a government service and access your Saskatchewan Account.
Provides general information on access to information in municipalities.
Learn more about the Stray Animals Act, which applies to all municipalities (rural, urban and northern).
Find samples of municipal, northern and community planning bylaws.
Information and resources for identifying, addressing and managing conflicts of interest.
Information on municipal council procedures.
Download a handbook for councils who wish to establish Additional Service Areas (ASAs) in their RMs.
View a listing of the various financing tools available to Saskatchewan municipalities to help fund infrastructure, development or services.
Learn about regulations for the storage of hazardous and flammable materials.
Information to help new municipal council members represent the residents in their community.
Download the local improvements manual, forms, and sample spreadsheets before starting your project.
Learn about the roles, responsibilities, and legislative requirements for municipal government administrators.
Learn about the expropriation provisions of The Municipal Expropriation Act.
Use this tool to help you assess the sustainability of your municipal operations and help you find areas for improvement.
Use this checklist to help your municipality determine its growth readiness and what actions are needed to improve it.
Learn about the Municipal Information Dataportal (MID) and how it can help your municipality manage assets.
Read the Municipalities Today newsletter, an electronic information source for local governments in Saskatchewan.
Find information about your community's authority to enforce nuisances, such as untidy and unsightly properties including weed control.
Learn more about the function of petitions and how they are treated under legislation.
Learn how to apply to post road signage, whether for directions or safety reminders. All signs must follow provincial standards and guidelines for safety placement.
Read this guide to learn how municipal administrators make decisions regarding the retention and disposal of records.
Learn about roads, streets, construction, leases and maintenance related to municipalities.
Learn the history and current status of Saskatchewan and daylight saving time.
A guide to understanding existing and additional measures to protect municipal employees in whistleblowing situations.
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