Boulevards are sections of city owned property along roadways that allow space for important infrastructure such as city sidewalks, boulevard trees, fire hydrants and underground utilities.
There is a boulevard adjacent to every property in Moose Jaw. Boulevards can measure between 0.3 and 8.5 m (1 to 28 ft) from the curb face, depending on the block. Boulevards can be between the curb and the sidewalk, back of the sidewalk, or back of the curb. Corner properties have boulevards along both streets.
Boulevard widths vary, and fences are not always on the property line. If you are unsure of the ownership of a tree or your boulevard measurement, contact the Parks and Recreation Department.
More information on the bylaws around boulevards can be found below or you can download our boulevard brochure.