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2015 Property Tax Payment Deadline June 30th Your 2015 Property Tax Notice has been mailed. Property taxes are due by June 30, 2015. Payments must be made by one of the following methods to avoid a late payment surcharge: Payments at City Hall by 5:00 pm on June 30th. Payments made via mail postmarked June 30th or earlier. Payments made via internet, telephone banking or at the bank no later than June 30th. Payments received in the City’s drop box no later than June 30th. Paying by Credit Card is a new option through Plastiq. Please be aware there is a time delay of approximately 6 days for all payments to process. For more information please see the City of Moose Jaw Website at www.moosejaw.ca Any payments received after the dates noted above will be subject to a 1% surcharge on outstanding balances compounded monthly.
NEWS RELEASE MOOSE JAW June 22, 2015 CITY OF MOOSE JAW ANNOUNCES COMMUNICATIONS MANAGER MOOSE JAW – The City of Moose Jaw is pleased to announce it has hired its first Communications Manager, Wilbur McLean. McLean arrives from the City of Medicine Hat, where he has spent the past five years as a Communications Officer. McLean begins work with the City of Moose Jaw on Wednesday, June 24, 2015. Originally from Toronto, McLean began his career as a newspaper and radio reporter, spending time in Quebec and Eastern Ontario before transitioning to the Prairies, where he worked with a rural school division in southern Alberta before his time with the City of Medicine Hat. His experience includes acting as public information officer for two flood emergencies in southern Alberta, and working to effectively communicate a variety of major projects to the public in Medicine Hat such as smart metering, solar and wind projects by the City, and other activities involving the City of Medicine Hat’s unique Energy Services Division. “Our commitment to our citizens is transparency and accountability”, said Matt Noble, City Manager. “The Communication Manager will increase the City’s ability to better serve the residents of Moose Jaw by improving the means and frequency with which the City interacts with the community at large”, he added. McLean can be followed on Twitter @wilmclean. Media Contact: Matt Noble, City Manager City of Moose Jaw PHONE # (306) 694-4427 email@example.com
NEWS RELEASE MOOSE JAW June 16, 2015 WATER CONSERVATION RETURN TO NORMAL MOOSE JAW – The City of Moose Jaw would like to thank residents and businesses for their conservation efforts and responding to last week’s request for a staged, gradual return to normal water usage. The Buffalo Pound Water Treatment Plant is able to meet demand for Regina and Moose Jaw, and reservoirs are near full. Starting today, residents and businesses may resume normal indoor and outdoor water use. City operations will also return to normal. Water is essential, and the City encourages everyone to make conservation a normal practise. Media Contact: Josh Mickleborough, Operations Manager Director of Engineering Services PHONE # (306) 694-4427 JMickleborough@moosejaw.ca
NEWS RELEASE MOOSE JAW June 2, 2015 TREE BAND REMOVALS MOOSE JAW –The City of Moose Jaw is reminding the public that now is the time to remove the bands that were applied to private and boulevard trees to allow the bark underneath the bands to dry out. We would like to take this opportunity to thank all residents who banded Elm trees in the city and remind them to reapply these bands in the fall. Banding trees in the fall, around the second or third week in September, will lessen infestations of fall cankerworm moths which emerge at that time. In early September, the Parks & Recreation Department will be hosting a Tree Banding Clinic to demonstrate how to properly band a tree, and also to supply those who attend with enough insulation and grease to properly band up to four trees. The grease traps catch the female cankerworm moths, preventing them from crawling up the trunks of the trees and laying their eggs. All Elm, Manitoba Maple and fruit trees should be banded. “These grease bands really do work to help control the cankerworm population,” said Parks Gardener, Daily Lennox. “I’d really like to see more trees banded in the Avenues where the cankerworm numbers are usually higher than anywhere else in town,” she added. For more information please contact the Parks & Recreation Department or www.moosejaw.ca. Media Contact: Daily Lennox, Parks Gardener City of Moose Jaw PHONE # (306) 694-4439 firstname.lastname@example.org
Watch for a copy of the Summer Guide delivered to Moose Jaw household mailboxes the evening of Tuesday, June 2nd! Click here for the online version
Bathroom: Turn off the faucet while brushing teeth or shaving; only use water when you need to rinse. Reduce the time you spend in the shower – even if it is just a minute or two. Turn off the shower when you are shampooing. If you use the tub, bathe in only a few centimetres of water instead of a full tub. Kitchen: Use the dishwasher only when there is a full load. Do not pre-rinse dishes – most modern dishwashers do not require this step. When washing by hand, use a basin to rinse dishes instead of using running water. Pour yourself a drink of cold water from a pitcher from the fridge instead of running the tap. Wash fruits and vegetables in a partially filled sink instead of rinsing them under running water. Laundry Room: Wash clothes only when there is a full load. Outdoors: Use a broom instead of a hose to remove debris from your driveway or sidewalk. Bathe your pets outdoors in areas that need water. Install a shut-off nozzle on your water hose; a garden hose left running can waste up to 20 litres per minute. Water your lawn and gardens once a week. Follow an odd-even watering schedule. Water in the morning or late evening to avoid evaporation during the heat of the day. When watering your lawn, ensure the spray does not reach your sidewalk or driveway. Use drip irrigation for trees and shrubs. Direct downspouts towards shrubs and trees. Use mulch around trees and plants to reduce evaporation. Allow your grass to grow slightly taller to promote water retention in the soil. The most important water saving tip is to regularly check for leaks around your home. A leaking toilet or faucet can cost you hundreds of dollars a year.
Click here for map 2nd Ave. N.W. from Athabasca St. to Stadacona St. 3rd Ave. N.E. from Lane N. of Athabasca St. to Caribou St. 4th Ave. N.W. from 200 ft N. of tracks to 300 ft. N. of tracks 5th Ave. N.E. from Caribou St. E. to Hochelaga St. E. 5th Ave. N.E. from Hochelaga St. E. to Athabasca St. E. 9th Ave. S.W. from Lillooet St. to Iroquois St. 9th Ave. S.W. from Iroquois St. to Duffield St. 10th Ave. S.W. from Coteau St. to Duffield St. 11th Ave. N.E. from Caribou St. to Ross St. Athabasca St. W. from Main St. N. to 1st Ave. N.W. Athabasca St. W. from 7th Ave. N.W. to 8th Ave. N.W. Avens Rd. from Thatcher Dr. to Blue Sage Dr. Caribou St. E. from 60 m E of 8th Ave. N.E. to 45 m from 9th Ave. N.E. Caribou St. E. from Main St. N. to 1st Ave. N.E. Caribou St. W. from 13th Ave. N.W. to 14th Ave. N.W. Diefenbaker Dr. from Main St. N. to Highland Rd. Elisia Dr. from Dogwood Rd. to 41 Elisia Dr. Grey Ave. from Caribou St. to Oxford St. Henleaze Ave. from MacDonald St. to Saskatchewan St. Henleaze Ave. from Saskatchewan St. to Hall St. High St. W. from Main St. N. to 1st Ave. N.W. (westbound) Hochelaga St. W. from Main St. N. to 1st Ave. N.W. Home St. E. from Park Dr. to ~350' W. (top of hill) Intersection of 4th Ave. N.W. and Caribou St. W. Intersection of 3rd Ave. N.W. and MacDonald St. Iroquois St. W. from 10th Ave. S.W. to 11th Ave. S.W. MacDonald St. W. from 4th Ave. N.W. to Henleaze Ave. MacDonald St. W. from 1st Ave. N.W. to Lane E. of 1st Ave. N.W. Main St. N. from Hochelaga St. to Athabasca St. Main St. N. from Athabasca St. to Stadacona St. Main St. N. from Stadacona St. to Ominica St. Manitoba St. W. from 1st Ave. N.W. to 2nd Ave. N.W. Manitoba St. W. from 2nd Ave. N.W. to 3rd Ave. N.W. Oxford St. W. from 7th Ave. N.W. to Monk Ave. Park Dr. from Home St. to 1800' south Regal Place Vaughan St. W. from 11th Ave. S.W. to 12th Ave. S.W. Wellington Dr. N. from Wellington Place to 16th Ave. S.W.
CITY ENGINEERING STREET CLEANING SCHEDULE Monday, June 29th 7:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Coteau St. W. Tapley Ave. 4th Ave. S.W. Coteau St. W. 9th Ave. S.W. 16th Ave. S.W. 16th Ave. S.W. Coteau St. Spadina St. 12th Ave. S.W. Lillooet St. Spadina St. Lillooet St. 4th Ave. S.W. 9th Ave. S.W. Tuesday, June 30th 7:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Chesnut Ave. Oxford St. Saskatchewan St. 2nd Ave. N.E. Oxford St. Saskatchewan St. Ross St. W. 3rd Ave. N.W. Lane E. of 5th Ave. N.W. 6th Ave. N.W. Hall St. Caribou St. Connaught Ave. Hall St. Caribou St. 7th Ave. N.W. Hall St. Caribou St. Monk Ave. Hall St. Caribou St. 8th Ave. N.W. Hall St. Caribou St. Elgin Ave. Saskatchewan St. Caribou St. Laurier St. 7th Ave. N.W. 4th Ave. N.W. Oak St. 3rd Ave. N.E. Wolfe Ave. Hall St. E. Main St. 5th Ave. N.E. Marlborough St. Main St. N. Willow Ave. 10th Ave. N.E. Fairford St. Ominica St. 10th Ave. N.E. Caribou St. Oxford St. Wednesday, July 1st STAT HOLIDAY Thursday, July 2nd 7:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. 11th Ave. N.E. Athabasca St. Oxford St. Ross St. E. 9th Ave. N.E. 11th Ave. N.E. Oxford St. E. Cartier Ave. Grey Ave. Grey Ave. Caribou St. Oxford St. 7th Ave. N.E. N. of Oxford St. Athabasca St. 8th Ave. N.E. Caribou St. Fairford St. Cartier Ave. Caribou St. Oxford St. 6th Ave. N.E. Caribou St. Fairford St. 5th Ave. N.E. Caribou St. Union Hospital Hochelaga St. E. 1st Ave. N.E. 9th Ave. N.E. Stadacona St. E. 4th Ave. N.E. 11th Ave. N.E. 3rd Ave. N.E. Manitoba St. E. Fairford St. E. Friday, July 3rd 7:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Ominica St. E. 3rd Ave. N.E. 11th Ave. N.E. 3rd Ave. N.E. Athabasca St. E. Caribou St. E. 16th Ave .S.W. Hastings St. Spadina St. Cree Crescent Sioux Crescent Manitou Crescent Iroquois Drive Lillooet St. 9th Ave. S.W. 12th Ave. S.W. Iroquois St. PlaMor Palace 12th Ave. S.W. 11th Ave. S.W. Lillooet St. South Paved Limits 10th Ave. S.W. Lillooet St. South Paved Limits Duffield St. 12th Ave. S.W. 16th Ave. S.W. The street cleaning schedule is subject to change due to weather. Be alert for discoloured water in your area during sweeping operations. Street sweeping operations can be dangerous. Motorists should drive with caution when passing street sweepers. Maintenance areas tend to be dusty and visibility may be restricted. Parents are advised to keep children away from all street operations. Stones and other flying debris are hazardous . PARKING RESTRICTIONS WILL BE ENFORCED BY THE CITY POLICE. Please watch for sign posting in your area. Vehicles will be ticketed.
NEWS RELEASE MOOSE JAW April 28, 2015 OFF-LEASH DOG PARK IS OPEN! MOOSE JAW – It’s official!! The City of Moose Jaw’s Off-Leash Bark Park is open and ready for your furry friends to use. The new Bark Park includes two separate enclosed areas – one for small dogs under 18 inches and a larger dog area for those over 18 inches. The Park is the first of its kind in Moose Jaw that allows the opportunity for dogs to run and play off-leash. Park amenities include accessible pathways & parking stalls, benches, doggie doo bag stations, trash receptacles and a few “tunnels” to play hide and seek in. A water tap will also be provided and installed at a later date. Some areas of the Park that were recently developed will take a bit of time for the natural grasses to grow back. In the fall of 2014, the City initiated construction of the Park with the remainder of the work being completed within the last month. The Park is located in Hamilton Flats on the 1500 block of Manitoba Street West. Dog owners are encouraged to get out and enjoy the new off-leash Park. “Rules and regulation signs are posted at the entrance to both the small and large dog park areas, and residents are encouraged to familiarize themselves with these rules for the full enjoyment of all users,” said Kelly Mentanko, Operations Manager. “There are some very basic rules like please pick up after your dogs, owners must carry a leash at all times, dogs must have a valid City licence and dogs must be in view of their owners and under their control at all times,” he added. The City of Moose Jaw would like to encourage users to provide their feedback on the Off-Leash Dog Park to the Parks & Recreation Department. Media Contact: Kelly Mentanko, Operations Manager City of Moose Jaw PHONE # (306) 694-4447 email@example.com
Street Sweeping Schedule It’s Spring, which means that Street Sweeping has started! The Engineering Department strives to keep the City clean, parked vehicles are a problem. It will take approximately 9 weeks to complete the initial sweeping of the streets in the City. Signs will be posted in all areas 24 hours prior to sweeping, with the exception of the business metered area. An early shift crew will be utilized for cleaning streets #1, #2, & #3 below (Residential streets are not included). The City of Moose Jaw is asking your co-operation by refraining from parking vehicles on the street when your area is being cleaned. PARKING RESTRICTIONS WILL BE ENFORCED The following schedule will be followed in cleaning City streets: Main Street North Metered Areas Downtown: 2nd Ave NW to 2nd Ave NE / Manitoba St. to Ross St. Parking adjacent to High Schools, and SIAST, 4th Ave Viaduct and 9th Ave SW/NW Arterial and Collector Streets and Bus Routes Residential Areas:North of Caribou St: 9th Ave NW to 5th Ave NE 4th Ave NE to 11th Ave NE: Oxford St. to Manitoba St. South Hill (including Churchill Park) Sunningdale VLA Areas Caribou St. to Ominica St.: 5th Ave NW to 16th Ave NW West of 9th Ave NW: Caribou St. to Laurier St. The street cleaning schedule is subject to change due to weather. WATCH FOR ADVERTISEMENTS DURING THE SWEEPING PERIOD FOR SPECIFIC INFORMATION ON AREAS TO BE SWEPT. BE ALERT FOR DISCOLOURED WATER IN YOUR AREA DURING SWEEPING OPERATION. If further information is required, please call 306-694-4448.
NEWS RELEASE MOOSE JAW April 17, 2015 PROVINCIAL DISASTER ASSISTANCE PROGRAM 2015 FLOOD EVENT APPROVED MOOSE JAW – The City of Moose Jaw has just received notification from the Ministry of Government Relations that the flood event that occurred on the dates March 17 to 19, 2015 will be recognized by the Province under the Provincial Disaster Assistance Program (PDAP) as a claim event eligible for disaster relief. Residents who experienced property damage during the March 17 to19, 2015 flood event are eligible to submit claim applications up to September 19, 2015. To qualify, a property owner must apply and submit the following: (1) denial of insurance coverage from their insurance carrier; (2) a statement indicating the claim resulted from the flood damage which occurred in and around March 17 to 19, 2015; (3) a copy of the applicant’s driver’s license; and (4) a copy of their 2015 property tax assessment. Any residents who may be eligible can obtain application forms from the City Manager’s Office, 2nd Floor, City Hall. Information on procedures and property eligibility can be found on the government website at: http://gr.gov.sk.ca/BeforeYouApply or http://gr.gov.sk.ca/AfterYouApply Residents can also contact PDAP directly by calling 1-866-632-4033. Media Contact: Matt Noble, City Manager City of Moose Jaw PHONE # (306) 694-4427 firstname.lastname@example.org
NEWS RELEASE MOOSE JAW April 17, 2015 CITY OF MOOSE JAW AND MOOSE JAW FIREFIGHTERS’ ASSOCIATION LOCAL #553 INTEREST ARBITRATION AWARD HANDED DOWN MOOSE JAW – Arbitration Chair, A. Robson Garden, issued an Interest Arbitration Award for the City of Moose Jaw and the Moose Jaw Fire Fighters’ Association, International Association of Firefighters, Local 553. The Firefighters have been without a contract since December 31, 2010. The binding Award results in a 13% wage increase and covers the period from January 1, 2011 through December 31, 2014. Wage increases for a First Class Firefighter shall increase January 1, 2011 by 2% and by 2.1% July 1, 2011; shall increase January 1, 2012 by 2% and .8% July 1, 2012; shall increase January 1, 2013 by 2% and 1.1% July 1, 2013; and shall increase by 3% January 1, 2014. As well, a .5% increase to pension contributions shall be retroactive to January 1, 2011. Going forward, an additional .5% shall be allocated for health and dental benefits. “This recent arbitration process will have significant retroactive costs,” said City Manager Matt Noble. “We accept this Award and we are pleased we can now update the Collective Agreement with our professional firefighters until the end of 2014. Regrettably, it means this Collective Agreement has already expired,” said Noble. “The decision adds to the increasing cost of providing tax-supported emergency services and reinforces the need to address this fiscal challenge on a community and province-wide basis,” he added. The City, in its presentation to the Arbitration Board, addressed the criteria pursuant to the newly-proclaimed Saskatchewan Employment Act and was the first municipality to have an Interest Arbitration Award heard under these new provisions. The Interest Arbitration Hearing took place in Moose Jaw from October 6 to 8, 2014. Bruce Siemens was the Firefighters’ Association Nominee while Kenneth Cornea was the City’s Nominee. The City was represented by its Counsel, John Saunders. Media Contact: Matt Noble, City Manager City of Moose Jaw PHONE # (306) 694-4427 email@example.com
Effective April 1st, the Sanitary Landfill Operating Hours will change to summer hours as follows: April 1st to October 31st Monday to Saturday: 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Sunday: 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
NEWS RELEASE MOOSE JAW March 20, 2014 7th Avenue Bridge - CLOSED MOOSE JAW – The 7th Avenue Bridge has been closed until further notice. The ice impacting the bridge over the past few days has caused significant damage to structural components of the bridge. All types of traffic including pedestrians are now restricted from using this structure. More information will be provided once river levels return to normal and structural damage can be more completely assessed. Media Contact: Colin Prang, Manager of Engineering City of Moose Jaw (306) 221-1990 or (306) 694-4523 firstname.lastname@example.org
Pursuant to section 187 (1) of The Cities Act, notice is hereby given that the assessment roll for the City of Moose Jaw for the year 2015 has been prepared and is open to inspection at the City of Moose Jaw, Finance Department, Main Floor, 228 Main St N, Moose Jaw from 8:15 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on the following days: Monday to Friday, March 3rd to April 1, 2015 with exception of statutory holidays. Any person having an interest in any property who wishes to appeal the assessment of that property to the Board of Revision is required to file his or her notice of appeal in writing to: The Secretary of the Board of Revision, 228 Main St N, Moose Jaw, SK S6H 3J8, on or before the 1st day of April, 2015. Dated this 3rd day of March, 2015 Brenda Hendrickson Acting City Assessor APPEAL FEE SCHEDULE Assessment appeals to the Moose Jaw Board of Revision must be accompanied by the appropriate appeal fee*: Residential Property (up to three units): $30/property Condominium (Residential):$30/unit Other - see fee schedule below: Assessed Value of Property Fee 0 to 100,000 $50 100,001 to 200,000 $100 200,001 to 300,000 $150 300,001 to 400,000 $200 400,001 to 500,000 $250 500,001 to 600,000 $300 600,001 to 700,000 $350 700,001 to 800,000 $400 800,001 to 900,000 $450 900,001 to 1,000,000 $500 1,000,001 to 1,100,000 $550 1,100,001 and over $600 *If there is an error on the notice for ownership, property address, and/or legal land description, a copy of the current Certificate of Title must accompany the "Notice of Appeal" form. NO FEE IS REQUIRED. *If there has been any change to school support, signature of all registered owners listed on the "Notice of Assessment" must appear on the "Notice of Appeal" form. NO FEE IS REQUIRED Please make cheques payable to City of Moose Jaw.
The City of Moose Jaw invites the public to view and comment on the final draft of the South Hill Local Area Plan. A Local Area Plan (LAP) provides a long-term road map for how the South Hill neighbourhood will grow, revitailize and adapt over time. This is an opportunity for the public to comment on the Draft Plan. Prairie Wild Consulting will be accepting feedback on the plan until January 31st, 2015. email@example.com Draft South Hill Local Area Plan
CALL FOR NOMINATIONS NOTICE OF VACANCIES ON THE CITY OF MOOSE JAW’S BOARDS & COMMITTEES The City of Moose Jaw relies on the assistance of its Committees, Boards and Commissions in a broad range of civic matters. Many of these Boards, Committees and Commissions involve citizen representatives. As of August 31, 2015, a number of appointments to the City’s Committees, Boards & Commissions will expire. Vacancies are for one or two year terms. Applications are now being accepted from residents interested in taking an active role on one or more of the following Boards and Committees. Past appointees are also invited to seek reappointment by renewing their applications. To assist City Council in choosing applicants for appointment, we request that you provide us with information about your background through the attachment of a resume to your application. Application forms can be picked up at the City Clerk's Office, 2nd Floor, City Hall or on the City’s website: www.moosejaw.ca. Finally, the City of Moose Jaw wishes to acknowledge and thank all citizens who have served on the City’s various Boards and Committees in the past. Your contribution to our city has been greatly appreciated. BOARDS/COMMITTEES ON A SEPTEMBER 1ST TO AUGUST 31ST APPOINTMENT ROTATION CULTURAL DIVERSITY ADVISORY COMMITTEE The Committee advises Council on matters pertaining to short-term and long-term strategies to reduce racial tension and promote racial harmony. Meetings are held monthly or at the call of the Chair. There are two citizen-at-large vacancies. ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION The Commission acts in an advisory capacity to City Council and does research and planning of programs necessary for economic development of the City. Meetings are held at the call of the chair (approx. once a month). There is one youth-at-large (under the age of 25) vacancy, one small business representative vacancy and one citizen-at-large vacancy. ENVIRONMENT ADVISORY COMMITTEE The Committee is responsible for providing advice to City Council on environmental matters and for planning and co-ordinating educational events. Meetings are held monthly or at the call of the Chair. There is one citizen-at-large vacancy. HERITAGE ADVISORY COMMITTEE The Committee is responsible for providing advice to City Council on any matter regarding the designation of municipal heritage properties or districts and the development or alteration of properties, once designated. There are three citizen-at-large vacancies. MURALS PROJECT MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE The Committee is responsible for the management, control and supervision of the painting of murals. Meetings are held bimonthly. There are five citizen-at-large vacancies. PARKS & RECREATION ADVISORY COMMITTEE The Committee provides advice to City Council respecting the policies of the Parks & Recreation Department and respecting the operation of the City’s parks and recreational facilities. Meetings are held the call of the Chair. There are six citizen-at-large vacancies. SPECIAL NEEDS ADVISORY COMMITTEE The Committee advises Council on matters pertaining to accessibility issues, including the special needs transit system, etc. Meetings are monthly or at the call of the Chair. There are seven citizen-at-large positions (five of whom are appointed by City Council and two of whom are subsequently appointed by the Committee). TRANSPORTATION SERVICES ADVISORY COMMITTEE The Committee provides advice and recommendations to City Council on matters referred to the Committee respecting traffic and parking matters as well as matters related to the City’s transit system. Meetings are held bimonthly or at the call of the Chair. There is one trucking industry vacancy and three citizen-at-large vacancies. YOUTH ADVISORY COMMITTEE The Youth Advisory Committee provides advice and recommendations to City Council on issues affecting the youth of our community, including changes to municipal programs to make them youth friendly. Meetings are held at the call of the Chair. The term is for one (1) school year. Two (2) representatives from each high school, SIAST - Palliser Campus, Ecole Ducharme, and up to four (4) representatives (age 18 to 25) not currently attending schools represented on the Committee are required. WAKAMOW VALLEY AUTHORITY The Board's duties are the control, planning and development of Wakamow Valley. Meetings are held monthly or at the call of the Chair. There are two citizen-at-large vacancies. All appointments are effective immediately unless otherwise stated. Meeting days and times vary depending upon the Board or Committee and are subject to change. Residents interested in appointment to one or more of the above committees or commissions are invited to submit in person, email to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax (694-4528) an application form which can be obtained from the City of Moose Jaw website located at http://www.moosejaw.ca/wp-content/uploads/boardsapplicationform_2015.pdf OR from the City Clerk's Office, 2nd Floor, 228 Main Street N., Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan. For further information, please contact the City Clerk's Office at 694-4426. THE DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS IS 5:00 p.m.MONDAY, JUNE 1, 2015. Myron Gulka-Tiechko City Clerk/Solicitor