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Amendments to Municipal Regulations

In early 2020, the Ministry of Government Relations sought input on the following regulations:

Regulations under the three municipal Acts consist of mostly operational provisions relating to cities, rural municipalities, towns, villages, resort villages and northern municipalities.

This consultation work follows amendments to the three municipal Acts that are currently before the Legislature (Bill 194).

Thank you for your input on the municipal regulations shown below. The ministry is reviewing the responses it received. If you have questions about these surveys, please contact


1. Tackling Red Tape

Red tape impacts all residents and businesses and reduces the efficiency of government. Inconsistent, unclear, out-of-date and duplicative regulations create hardship for Saskatchewan people and business and act as barriers to economic growth.

This survey to identify and address red tape involving municipal regulations is now closed. Thank you for your input.


2. Taxation and Assessment of Travel Trailers

The use of trailers and other portable units used as living quarters (e.g., RVs, tiny homes) is a growing trend, particularly in lakeside/resort communities.

This survey about the taxation and assessment of travel trailers and other portable units used as living quarters is now closed. Thank you for your input.


3. Public Accounts for Municipalities

Amendments to The Municipalities Act and The Northern Municipalities Act, 2010 will result in regulations requiring all municipalities to prepare and make available their public accounts each year.

The survey regarding the public accounts requirements for municipalities governed under the two Acts above is now closed. Thank you for your input.

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