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You see the results of City decisions every day: in your roads, drinking water, facilities, parks and beyond. We appreciate feedback from our residents that help inform those decisions and the City of Moose Jaw welcomes your input every day. Our #NotoriouslyEngaged page outlines the multiple ways you can communicate with us daily, in addition to engagement opportunities related to current or proposed projects.


The City of Moose Jaw conducted a 2024 Budget and Resident Satisfaction survey. 

The survey was active between September 23-October 9, 2023, and asked residents a series of questions about their 2024 Budget priorities, in addition to questions gauging their satisfaction with City programs and services.  

Full results can be viewed with this link




In the 2023 Municipal Budget, Moose Jaw City Council approved the creation of a Transportation Master Plan (TMP), and the City has partnered with KGS Group to assist in the Plan’s development.

The TMP will establish a comprehensive plan for future transportation investments in the city. The Plan will address travel by all modes, including pedestrians, cyclists, transit, passenger car and commercial trucks and will focus on addressing transportation safety, operations, and capacity issues.

In addition to multiple stakeholder meetings and open houses, two TMP surveys have been conducted. Stay tuned for updates as the TMP is developed. 


The City of Moose Jaw has begun the process to update its Official Community Plan and Zoning Bylaw. 

What is an Official Community Plan?

An Official Community Plan (OCP) is recognized by the Provincial Government as a statement of Moose Jaw’s long-term vision for growth and development. It reflects community values and establishes a framework for investment.

The OCP bylaw is adopted by Council as required by The Planning & Development Act, 2007.

What is a Zoning Bylaw?

A Zoning Bylaw implements the policies of the OCP. Its purpose is to:

  • establish permitted, prohibited and discretionary land uses by assigning zoning districts;
  • outline development standards; and
  • identify permit requirements.

For full details on the public engagement process including surveys, videos and scheduled public participation events, click here. 

Trails and Pathways Master Plan Engagement

Trails and Master Plan Project Goals 

The goal of the City of Moose Jaw Trails and Pathways Master Plan process is to create a user-friendly document that provides planning guidelines and recommendations for the City’s trail and pathway network over the next 10 years. The plan will also identify priorities and strategies to meet community needs based on annual funding available for these services. 

The Trails & Pathways Master Plan will also contain the results of community engagement activities including: 

  • Household and stakeholder surveys. 
  • Interviews and focus groups with various interest groups. 
  • Consultation with the Project Team, Advisory Committees, City Council and City Administration. 

    Trails and Master Plan Project Phases & Schedule 

To read more about the Trails and Pathways Master Plan creation, click here. 



Moose Jaw City Council has officially adopted the Parks & Recreation Master Plan. 

Since April of 2022, the City of Moose Jaw Parks and Recreation Department and EDS Group have engaged user groups and residents for the development of a 10-year Parks and Recreation Master Plan that will prioritize and strategically guide City programming and infrastructure development/renewal in the future.  

To view the official Parks & Recreation Master Plan, click here. 


The City of Moose Jaw, together with the Cultural Diversity Advisory Committee and community partners, are taking steps towards developing the first Cultural Action Plan for the community. The goal of the Cultural Action Plan is to identify a vision, goals, and actions for culture in Moose Jaw.

The plan is to develop the Moose Jaw Cultural Action Plan in four phases:

  1. Research Phase - Initial Community Engagement and Mapping (2021/2022) COMPLETED
    1. Engagement Phase – Community Engagement on Short & Long-Term Strategic Goals and Action Items (2022) (Cultural Plan Survey Closed September 2, 2022) 
    2. Development Phase – Culture Plan Development and Adoption (2023)
    3. Implementation Phase – Culture Plan Implementation and Evaluation (2023/2024)

For more details on the Engagement Phase and the entire Cultural Action Plan, click here.


There are multiple ways to communicate with us:

  • Click here to contact Mayor and/or members of City Council
  • Click here to use the Contact Us feature on the City’s website
  • Click here to Report An Issue via the City’s website
  • Use the Report an Issue feature on the free City of Moose Jaw app (free to download from the Apple or Google Play app stores)
  • Call us: 306-694-0800. Our switchboard is open 8:15 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Monday-Friday (except statutory holidays).
  • Visit us: City Hall is open to the public* 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Monday-Friday (except statutory holidays).
  • *Appointments are required to meet with the Mayor or City Manager




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