Parks Recreation & Culture
2017 BUILDING PERMITS
$39,635,878 (285 permits) 2016 Building Permits $39,635,878 (306 permits) 2015 Building Permits $53,255,742 (290 permits)
Grown in the region; chic peas, lentils, peas, soybean, mustard
Largest distribution centre for livestock in Saskatchewan
TRANSPORTATION AND UTILITY HUB
Two national railways; CP’s Soo rail line to Chicago; Trans-Canada Highway & #2 Highway; major power transmission lines, natural gas and water pipelines
Vast reserves of high quality potash – two solution mines are located near Moose Jaw
KEY ECONOMIC SECTORS
Potash Mining, Agriculture, Ag-value-added Processing, Nato Flying Training (15 Wing), Transportation (Trucking and Rail), Tourism, and Healthcare
SASKATCHEWAN’s 2018 POPULATION was 1,169,752
The TRADING AREA of Moose Jaw is 60,000
MOOSE JAW 2016 CENSUS POPULATION 33,890,
2018 POPULATION estimated at 35,124
Boulevard Trees For New Subdivisions
Making a Greener Space
If you live in any of the following new subdivisions, you may be eligible to receive up to 2 free trees to plant on the City Boulevard adjacent to your property:
- West Park
- Iron Bridge
This program is in place to help build and extend our urban forest into these new areas. Tree orders must be submitted by February 11th to qualify for this year’s delivery.
Trees provide many benefits, such as:
- Reduce cooling and heating costs
- Filter air pollution
- Generate oxygen and absorb CO2
- Increase property values
- Reduce storm water run-off and the cost of water treatment
- Provide habitat for birds and other fauna
- Add living beauty to your neighbourhood
- Contribute to health and well-being
Please encourage your neighbours to call us for a free tree and contribute to the greening of your street.
Choosing a tree
We have listed a variety of trees from which you can choose. These are trees that we feel are best suited to our environment and to boulevard plantings.
- Silver Maple – Acer saccharinum
- Amur Maple – Acer ginnala
- Manitoba Maple – Acer negundo
- Alder – Alnus hirsuta
- Paper Birch – Betula papyrifera
- Hawthorne – Crataegus x mordenensis
- Green Ash – Fraxinus pennsylvanica
- White Ash – Fraxinus americana
- Spring Snow Crabapple – Malus ‘Spring Snow’
- Pin Oak – Quercus ellipsoidalis
- Bur Oak – Quercus macrocarpa
- Japanese Tree Lilac – Syringa reticulate
- American Basswood – Tilia americana
- Little Leaf Linden – Tilia cordata
- Elm – Ulmus
These trees can withstand our winters as well as our summers. This list offers a variety of shapes and color to add to the landscaping of your home and neighbourhood. We have listed the common and Latin names of the trees so you may research the tree if you wish.
When will my tree arrive?
Trees will be ordered in early spring for fall delivery. Get your application in by February 11th, 2019. Your trees will be made available for pick up sometime in late August or September. You will be contacted with specific pick up dates and times once they have been determined.
By accepting this tree or trees you are accepting responsibility to care for the tree for the first 3 years. You will be responsible for the planting, watering and general care of the tree. At the time of pick up you will be given a pamphlet on how to plant and care for your tree. Information on how to care for new trees can also be found here.
For more information, please contact the Parks and Recreation Department.