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A significant part of determining the sustainability of municipalities is associated with the capacity of municipal administration, its ability to provide council with accurate and reliable information and its ability to carry out responsibilities required by statute. Another component of the assessment pertains to actual compliance with legislated requirements.

Administration General

Provides sample bylaws, various guides, general animal control and local improvements.  

Administrator’s Calendar
A calendar of a municipal administrator’s legislative responsibilities.  

Saskatchewan Urban Municipal Administrator Requirements
The statutory requirements for administrators who want to become a member of the Urban Municipal Administrators Association of Saskatchewan (UMAAS).

The Rural Municipal Administrators’ Association of Saskatchewan
Outlines the requirements administrators need to meet to become certified as a member of the Rural Municipal Administrators’ Association of Saskatchewan (RMAA).

Training and Career Planning

Check the learning opportunities available to advance a career in the municipal civil service.

Certificate in Local Government Authority Program
This program provides correspondence studies leading to receiving a Certificate in Local Government Authority.

Saskatchewan Municipal Leadership Development Program
A series of workshops targeting specific issues of importance to northern, rural and urban municipalities.

Access and Privacy Course for Saskatchewan Local Authorities
A course about access and privacy laws that apply to local authorities in Saskatchewan.

Rural Municipal Administrator Internship Program (MAIP)
Provides funding for rural municipalities to train and mentor interns in the field of municipal administration.


Records Disposal and Retention Guide and Bylaw
A guide about municipal requirements of records retention and disposal.

Information Management Handbook 
Municipal records and information management including access to records, privacy, security, organization, retention and disposal of records.

Municipal Status and Boundary Changes
Provides information about municipal status and boundary changes.

Waterworks Regulatory Requirements Fact Sheet
A municipality’s requirements related to waterworks provisions required under provincial legislation.

Waterworks Regulatory Requirements for Municipalities - Worksheet Guide and Example
Guidance for and an example of the annual waterworks information that is required to be available at a municipal office by September 1 of each year.

Human Resources Management Tools
Information about human resources management tools.

Succession Planning Tool Kit
A toolkit for succession planning developed by the State of Michigan.

Examples of Human Resource Manuals

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