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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.

DAY-TO-DAY COMMUNICATION

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

CURRENT ENGAGEMENT OPPORTUNITIES

2023 BUDGET AND CITY SERVICES SURVEY

The City of Moose Jaw has released its 2023 Budget and City Services survey.

“In just a few months City Council will deliberate and determine the 2023 Operating and Capital Budgets, and we look forward to providing feedback regarding the priorities of Moose Jaw taxpayers,” explained Jim Puffalt, City Manager.

The 2023 Budget and City Services survey features 22 questions, and asks residents their feelings on City spending priorities, their feelings about the biggest issues facing Moose Jaw as a city and seeks input on how to fund a new outdoor pool.

The survey will take approximately 10 minutes to complete and will be open until Sunday, October 2 at 11:59 p.m. To take the survey, click here.

MOOSE JAW CULTURAL ACTION PLAN

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.

PARKS AND RECREATION MASTER PLAN 

The City of Moose Jaw is engaging residents and user groups on the creation of a Parks and Recreation Master Plan.

In the 2022 Municipal Budget, Moose Jaw City Council approved the creation of a Parks and Recreation Master Plan and the City has partnered with EDS Group and Quantum Recreation to assist in the Plan’s creation.

The first step was a community survey, and the engagement process includes ongoing stakeholder sessions with user groups.

On Tuesday, September 20, you’re invited to attend one of our two Open Houses, where you can tell us your thoughts on the draft recommendations (the same content will be presented at each session). These open house sessions will be drop-in style (no formal presentations) to provide a chance to learn about the project, ask questions and provide feedback.

 

Open House #1: Wakamow Valley Kiwanis Lodge Pavilion

                               September 20th 2-5pm

 

Open House #2: Kinsmen Sportsplex Meeting Room/Lobby

                               September 20th 7-9pm 

 

Feedback from those who attend will directly shape the final recommendations of the Parks & Recreation Master Plan.

For full details and to track progress of the City of Moose Jaw Parks and Recreation Master Plan, click here.

GROWTH PLANS AND POLICIES

CITY OF MOOSE JAW STRATEGIC PLAN

CONCEPT PLANS

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