News & Events
-The Town of Delisle has purchased and annexed 192.5 acres immediately
to the east of Delisle. This land will be used for future expansion and development of the
community. The next step will be to have the town's engineers create a master plan or layout for the area.
-The following prices plus GST were set for the sale
of industrial land along Elevator Road: Parcel D1 - $140,000, Parcel E1 - $75,000,
Parcel E2 - $75,000, Parcel E3 - $75,000,
Parcel E4 - $75,000, Parcel F1 - $95,000
-Furthermore, a 10% non-refundable deposit will be
required to hold a parcel with the balance due
within 6 months.
-A bylaw was passed so new rates can be
charged for certain office services like tax
certificates and tax searches. As of January 1, 2014, a tax search will cost $10 and a tax certificate will cost $20.
-There will now be a $25.00 fee for NSF cheques.
- A proposal will be made to the Delisle Golf Club to develop the southern portion of the old hospital lot for residential lots or condominiums with any realized profit to be shared 50/50 between the Delisle Golf Club and the Town of Delisle.
-Bylaw No. 4-2012, being a bylaw to establish
property tax discounts and penalties, was passed.
In keeping with new provincial legislation,
discounts and rebates will no longer be allowed for
school property taxes beginning in 2013. The
usual discounts will still be allowed on municipal
taxes. As well, the penalty for unpaid taxes as of
Dec. 31st has been reduced from 18% to 12%.
However, penalty rebates will no longer be offered.
bylaw was passed to increase the excess water consumption
charge from $4.00/1,000 gallons to $5.00/1,000
gallons effective August 15, 2013.
-Campground fees are set at $10/night plus GST.
-The Town Office now has a debit machine.
Customers can use their debit card without any
-Council approved the construction of a 120’ high self supporting communications tower with an accompanying 6’ x 8’ metal building by YourLink Inc. on the northwest corner of Parcel “A”, Plan No. 102018642.
-The Town of Delisle accepted the Saskatoon Fire Department’s new fire response rate of $839 per hour, minimum one hour charge, with a subsequent rate of $209.75/quarter hour after the first hour of response. This service would only be used if the local fire department is overwhelmed with a call(s).
-The Town of Delisle entered into an agreement with Water Wolf for the purpose of establishing a board that can review zoning & development appeals.
-Patrons of the Royal Bank, Bank of Montreal, TD Canada Trust and most Saskatchewan Credit Unions will be granted access to payment of Town accounts through on-line banking. These services will be made available in the next few months.
-Council offered the 2014-2015 rink concession contract to Penny Starling.
-The following changes to the Delisle & District Recreation Association Inc. were approved:
1) That the operations of the Arena be completely separate from the operations of the Recreation Association;
2) That the Arena operate under the name “Delisle Centennial Arena Inc.”; and
3) That the fiscal year for the Delisle Centennial Arena Inc. will be July 1st to June 30th.
-The signing authorities for the Delisle Centennial Arena Inc. will be the arena bookkeeper countersigned by the town administrator. A bylaw to restrict access to the municipal water and sewer utility was given 3 readings and passed.
-The Tax Lien List was approved and authenticated and will be advertised in the “Clark’s Crossing Gazette” newspaper.
TOWN MUNICIPAL BYELECTION
For councillor, there are 4 candidates running for 2 positions. The 4 candidates are:
Cary Brunett (Homemaker)
Lorrel Elian (Psychosomatic Therapist/Educator)
Ryan King (Engineering Consultant)
Denis Mahussier (Electrician)
Voter identification is now required for municipal elections. Photo ID such as your Saskatchewan Driver’s Licence works best. If you don’t have photo ID, 2 pieces of information showing your name and civic address will be required. For more info., contact the Town Office @306-493-2242 or visit www.municipal.gov.sk.ca/voterID/voters.
REGULAR COUNCIL MEETINGS
Will be held on the second Tuesday of each month at the Town Office commencing at 7:00 P.M.
The following appointments are in effect until the
January, 2015 meeting of Council:
Health & Welfare - Mantyka (Chairman)
1) Delisle & District Health Council - Anderchek & Mantyka
2) Interagency Group -
3) Cemetery - Rita Pfoh
Personnel - Shirley (Chairman), Mantyka
Parks & Recreation - (Chairman), Gessell, Anderchek
1) Wheatland Regional Library - Juliana Sherbot (Alt. - Val Dyck)
2) Recreation Association - (Alt. - Gessell or Anderchek)
3)Rink Committee - (Alt. - Peakman)
Auditor - DNTW
Solicitor - Kim Anderson
Police Commission - Peakman (Chairman), Anderchek
Fire Commission - Peakman (Alt. - Mantyka)
Fire Chief - Al Dreher
EMO Co - ordinator - Mark Dubkowski
Streets - Mantyka (Chairman), Shirley
Water & Sewer - (Chairman), Gessell, Peakman
Planning & Development - Gessell (Chairman), Anderchek
1) Building Inspector - Dave Hartley
2) SREDA - Dubkowski (Alt. - Anderchek)
3) WaterWolf - Gessell
4) Crops For Community - Gessell & Shirley
Waste Management/ Sanitation - Peakman (Chairman), Mantyka
Pest Control Officers - Delmar Vandenameele & Mike Karakochuk
RESIDENTIAL/INDUSTRIAL LOTS FOR SALE
There are residential and industrial lots still available for sale. A 10% non-refundable deposit will be required to hold a lot with the balance due within 6 months.
The lot prices are listed below. GST will be charged in addition to the prices provided:
Block 27: Lot 26 - $60,000
Block 28: Lot 10 - $50,000, Lot 11 - $50,000,
Lot 12 - $50,000
Block 37: Lot 3 - $50,000, Lot 6 - $60,000,
Lot 7 - $60,000
Block 38: Lot 2 - $55,000, Lot 5 - $55,000,
Lot 6 - $60,000, Lot 9 - $70,000, Lot 10 - $70,000,
Lot 11 - $65,000, Lot 12 - $60,000,
Lot 13 - $60,000, Lot 14 - $60,000
Block 41: Lot 1 - $60,000
Check the town website at www.townofdelisle.com
for more information.
ANNUAL WATERWORKS REPORT
The 2013 Annual Waterworks Information for the Town of Delisle, as required under The Municipalities Regulations, is provided on the following document:
2013 Annual Waterworks Report
ANNUAL WATER QUALITY AND COMPLIANCE REPORT
The Town of Delisle’s 2013 Water Quality & Compliance report is now available and provided on the link below.
2013 Drinking Water Quality and Compliance Notice
ANNUAL WATERWORKS REPORT
The following is information on the Town of Delisle’s waterworks, as required under The Municipalities Regulations:
2013 Waterworks Financial Overview
Total water & sewer revenue - $359,389
Total water & sewer expenses - $273,637
Total debt on waterworks system - $130,275
Comparison of revenues to expenses plus debt
expressed as a ratio –
For 2013, water & sewer revenues covered 89% of water & sewer expenditures.
The following additional information is available at the Town Office:
-the August 19th/14 waterworks rate policy & capital investment strategy.
- capital plans in place & related sources of funding for the projects.
- 2013 financial overview of the waterworks.
- waterworks reserves.
- at a cost of $20.00, a copy of the 2011 waterworks assessment.
2013 GENERAL REVALUATION
Assessment notices were mailed out to all town
property owners on February 21st. Generally
speaking, assessment values have doubled in
Delisle in the last four years. These values loosely
correspond to market sales over the same four year
The Saskatchewan Assessment Management
Agency (SAMA) is responsible for determining the
assessed values. The town and province will use
these values in levying municipal and school taxes
respectively. To remain revenue neutral, the town
will have to reduce their mill rate by approximately
The province is responsible for setting the school
mill rate. Because the assessments throughout the
province have increased significantly, the school
mill rate should come down. However, there are
strong indications from the province that more
money is needed for education. Do not be
surprised to see an increase in school property
taxes. The school mill rate will be
announced at the same time as the provincial
For now, your best option is to access the SAMA
website at www.sama.sk.ca and click on the
SAMAView link. From there, you can compare
your property value with other properties in your
community or other communities.
The Council of the Town of Delisle is considering adopting the WaterWolf Growth Management Plan as their District Plan and their Official Community Plan pursuant to Sections 102 and 36 respectively of the Planning and Development Act, 2007. Council is also considering adopting a zoning bylaw pursuant to Section 76 of the Planning and Development Act, 2007. Both plans and the zoning bylaw will be adopted according to the public participation Sections (207 – 212) of the Planning and Development Act, 2007. For a copy of the WaterWolf Growth Management Plan and all applicable maps please visit www.waterwolf.org or click on the links below. The proposed zoning bylaw is also available on the links below. All documents and maps are also available at cost at the Delisle Town Office during regular business hours.
The purpose of the WaterWolf Growth Management Plan is to enable and guide growth and change throughout the region. Through regional policies it will also reduce land use uncertainty and promote development. The zoning bylaw is the legal and administrative means of implementing the Official Community Plan. It also allows council to establish zoning districts and to develop certain standards within each district. A public hearing will be held at 8:00 p.m., Tuesday, March 12, 2013 at the Delisle Town Office to address comments and concerns regarding the adoption of both plans and the bylaw. Council will also consider written comments received at the hearing, or delivered to the undersigned at the Delisle Town Office before the hearing.
WaterWolf Growth Management Plan
Town of Delisle Zoning Bylaw
Town of Delisle Zoning Map
Town of Delisle Future Land Use Map
Dated at Delisle, Sask. this 24th day of January, 2013.
Town of Delisle
RCMP Staff Sergeant Kevin Weber, the Detachment Commander at the Warman
Detachment, met with Town Council on March 12th. To help address the issue of RCMP visibility, all new officers assigned to the Delisle Detachment will have to begin their shift by first reporting to the Delisle Detachment in person. The stenographer position is scheduled to become a government employee position effective April 1st with the office hours slightly changing. Sergeant Weber encouraged Council and the general public to contact him or the RCMP whenever there are issues. If people do not contact the RCMP when there are issues, the RCMP are simply not aware of the problem and are therefore unable to allocate
resources or manpower to the problem or the area. The RCMP can be contacted at 306-493-3240 (Delisle), 306-975-1670 (Warman) or 306-310-7267 (Regina).
BYLAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER
The Town of Delisle has hired Ron Klassen as a bylaw enforcement
officer. Mr. Klassen has 10 years experience as an Auxiliary
RCMP Constable. To start with, the bylaw enforcement officer
will focus on issues such as parking and other vehicle infractions
& dog complaints. As time progresses, Mr. Klassen will
become more involved with nuisance and other miscellaneous
issues. To contact the bylaw enforcement officer, phone 321-2617.
RCMP DETACHMENT HOURS
The Delisle RCMP Detachment is now staffed every Tuesday and
Thursday from 12:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. with a clerical person
to perform services such as security checks, handling inquiries,
public information, etc. RCMP officers may not necessarily
be available during these hours.
DELISLE CROPS FOR COMMUNITY
On Sept. 18th the canola crop on the 193 acres east of town was harvested. The final yield of 44 bu. per acre raised a total of $82,414.93! This money will be utilized to improve recreation facilities in the community. If you have a project idea or need information about applying for funding, please contact Shawn Colborn at (306) 381-3335. Everyone is welcome to apply and we look forward to helping create new infrastructure or organizations in our community!
NORTH END COMMUNITY PARK
Playground equipment for the new park located at
the north end of Valleyview Drive was
installed Oct. 4th, 2013. The
park would not be possible without the efforts of
many volunteers within our community who did the
construction work and also applied for grants and
were very successful! Thank you to The Dakota
Dunes Development Corporation who donated
$22,500 and the Community Initiatives Fund who
donated $13,000. That money will be used in
purchasing of the playground equipment. The
Town of Delisle has also contributed $8,500 to be
used for the purchase of the turf, u/g sprinklers,
topsoil, trees and other site material. Also, a
special thank you to the following for their
generous “in-kind” donations: Link’s Backhoe& Skidsteer Service, Klassen Trenching, Tuff Turf,
Eljay Irrigation, Agrium & JABA Construction.
CURBSIDE RECYCLING PROGRAM
The Town has now subscribed to the Curbside Recycling
program as provided by Loraas Disposal.
For July, pick-up will be as follows:
LORAAS CURBSIDE PICK-UP
Thursday, October 2nd - garbage pick-up
Thursday, October 9th - recycle pick-up
Thursday, October 16th - garbage pick-up
Thursday, October 23rd - recycle pick-up
Thursday, October 30th- garbage pick-up
All Green Recycling brochures explaining the new
recycling program are available at the Town Office.
For businesses, if a single recycling roll-out cart
will not meet your needs, please contact the Town
Office or Loraas Disposal for other options. Although not
mentioned in the All Green Recycling brochure,
non-deposit glass containers like pickle jars, cheese
whiz jars, etc. can be recycled. Please remove the
lids, rinse and place carefully in your recycling cart
as to avoid breakage. To contact Loraas Disposal directly, please phone 306-242-2300.
RESIDENTIAL GARBAGE/RECYCLING PICKUP
Collection is every Thursday all
year round. Garbage collection alternates with recycling collection from one week to the next. The roll-out carts are to be placed at least 1'
away from the curb and 3' from any parked vehicles. All garbage
must be bagged and placed inside the garbage cart with the lid fully
closed. Recycling material is to be loosely placed in the recycling cart (no need to package). Any cart not adhering to these rules risks not being
REMOVAL OF GARBAGE/RECYCLING
To assist with snow removal services once winter comes,
please remove garbage/recycling carts off the street
as soon as possible after collection. Also, please
do not place the carts on the street any sooner than
the evening before pick-up.
Compost will be picked up on Tuesday, October 14th & 28th (weather permitting for the Oct. 28th pickup). Compost will be picked up in the back alley and should be in a 17 gallon capacity plastic or metal can. On Oct. 14th, garden waste will be collected during compost pickup without any need to package the garden waste. The town will collect garden waste provided it is in a convenient area in the back alley. This service is only for garden waste and only available on Oct. 14th. Grass clippings must still be in an open container or bag that can be easily dumped.
LARRY LINK OF LINK’S BACKHOE AND SKID STEER SERVICES
Will begin accepting compostable items at his materials handling yard. The Town of Delisle will continue to collect resident’s yard waste items on scheduled days in the 17 gallon plastic or metal can. These materials will be hauled to the Link Farm and will be processed into compost. This nutrient rich product will be made available as a garden soil and topsoil amendment. Some items that cannot be accepted for composting include Elm Wood or garbage of any kind so please remove all plastic, metal, glass, stone or treated wood remnants prior to setting out your yard waste. For more information please call Larry at 306-222-9737, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.linksbackhoe.com.
TRANSFER STATION SUMMER HOURS
Tue. & Thurs. - 4:00 p.m. - dusk
Sat. - 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
TRANSFER STATION FEES/POLICIES:
- $2.00 per 17 gallon capacity bag or can
- $60.00 per ½ ton truck (64 cubic feet) or prorated
- Shingles and railway ties are no longer accepted.
- $20.00 each for Fridges, Freezers and Air Conditioners
- $20.00 each for Couches
- $10.00 each for Double or smaller Mattresses
- $10.00 each for Double or smaller Box Springs
- $20.00 each for Queen or King Mattresses
- $20.00 each for Queen or King Box Springs
Any non-recyclable garbage should be bagged whenever possible
before being taken to the transfer station. All metals must be stripped
completely before being taken to the transfer station.
TRANSFER STATION ACCEPTANCE OF RUBBLE
Due to increasing environmental regulations, the
practice of burying rubble at the Transfer Station has been immediately discontinued. What
this now means is rubble like gyproc and glass will
now have to go into the Loraas container and there
will be a charge of $60/half ton truck box or
prorated accordingly. Rubble like asphalt and
cement will still be accepted at no charge provided
they are separated from each other as well as all
other material. Asphalt and cement will each have
their own separate stockpile and the material will
eventually be crushed and reused as road material.
Since no more material will be buried on site, the
province has designated this facility as a “transfer
35TH Annual Skate Delisle Craft Sale and Trade Show - Sunday, October 26th located at the Delisle Curling Rink & Town Hall 10:00 A.M. – 3:30 P.M.
Admission: $4/Adult, $2/Senior & Students, Under 12 Free. Lunch will be available. Come out and enjoy! Contact email@example.com to book at table.
FRIDAY NIGHT CONCERT SERIES:
Nov. 28th – Fire Lily, Jan. 23rd – Neil Roston Trio,
Mar. 27th – Sylvia & Friends & May 22nd – Cash Back. Tickets are $40/series ($15 at the door), starts at 7:30 P.M. at the Delisle United Church. Potluck before concert, meet and greet to follow. Call Sylvia at 306-493-2955 for more info.
DELISLE & DISTRICT EXCELLENCE IN SPORTS CURLING CALENDAR – will be available soon to purchase. Please contact Fay Coben-Gardner at 306-493-2277 or Ardice Worth at 306-493-2385 if you need more information or have anything to contribute. Watch for a dinner to celebrate the launch of the 2015 curling calendar.
DELISLE & DISTRICT REC. ASSOC.
For assistance please call 306-493-8283.
DELISLE ARENA ICE RENTALS
For ice rentals please call 306-493-8283.
2014 REBELS FOOTBALL SCHEDULE
HOME GAMES: (Played at the School grounds)
Fri. Oct. 17th – Delisle vs Kindersley @4p.m.
Sat. Oct. 25th – League Playoffs
Sat. Nov. 1st – Provincial ¼ Finals
Sat. Nov. 8th – Provincial Semi Finals
Sat. Nov. 15th – Provincial Finals
DELISLE CHIEFS JUNIOR “B” HOCKEY
Fri. Oct. 17th vs Storm at 8:00 P.M.
Wed. Oct. 29th vs Icehawks at 8:00 P.M.
Please check the arena website at www.delislecentennialarena.com for public skate or shinny times. Or call 306-493-2229 for a weekly update.
DELISLE DIAMOND DOGS – would like to thank all the local businesses and fans for their support throughout the season. The Diamond Dogs won the Gold Medal at the Men’s B Western Canadians in softball in Grande Prairie Alberta beating Bruno Merchants 4 – 0. Team member Trevor Ethier was named MVP in Westerns. The Diamond Dogs also went undefeated to win the Provincial title in Saskatchewan.
2014 BUSINESS LICENSES
Anyone operating a business from other than
a commercial property within town limits is
required to obtain a business license. Contact the
Town Office for more details.
DELISLE WHEATLAND LIBRARY
The Wheatland Regional Library is located at 201-1st Street
West in the Town Office Complex. The library has a large collection
of books, videos, talking books and magazines suitable for
all ages. There are 3 public computers with internet access.
Any item which cannot be found on the shelves may be requested
from other branches. With the enhanced borrowers service,
patrons can now access their accounts from home, where they
can request and renew books.
Storytime is provided from time to time for young children,
allowing them to visit the library in their pajamas for a
Come in and check us out. We are open Mondays and Wednesdays
from 12:00 noon till 4:00 p.m. as well as 7:00 - 9:00 p.m. on Wednesday evenings and on
Fridays from 10 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Phone 493-8288 or visit our
website at www.wheatlandlibrary.sk.ca. Anyone interested in
starting or joining a book club this Fall? Contact the Library
for more information!
Thank you to all who participated in the Summer Reading Club and bingo challenge!
Upcoming Events: Story time at the library Wed. Oct. 22nd & 29th from 6:30 P.M. – 7:00 P.M.
Used book sale October 20th – 31st. Gently used books can be dropped off at the library during business hours.
DELISLE & DISTRICT PARENT & TOT
GROUP at the Delisle Town Hall on Tuesdays
10:00 A.M. to 12:00 P.M. from November to May.
And it’s FREE!! There will be a schedule of
activities each week at 11:00 A.M. For more info.
SENIOR CENTRE EVENTS FOR OCTOBER
Mon. 20th & 27th there will be bridge, contact Donna at 493-2224. Tues. 21st, & 28th there will be canasta, no contact needed just come. Thurs. 23rd & 30th there will be 500 or kaiser, contact E. Sanders at 493-2325.
SIGN SPACE FOR RENT - located by the
Delisle Veterinarian Office. $20/week or
$60/month. For more information call 493-2976.
DELISLE PRIMARY HEALTH CENTRE
Practitioner Danielle Schock, Mon-Wed & Fri
8:30 A.M. to 4 P.M. Call 306-493-2810 to book. The laboratory at the Delisle Health Centre can
collect most blood tests ordered by any doctor as
long as you have a requisition. No appointment
needed for blood tests. Lab hours are Mon.& Wed.
8:30 - noon, Thurs. 1:00 P.M. to 4:00 P.M. Chiropractor Dr. Lisa Merkosky, Tues. & Thurs. 8:30 A.M. to 12:30 P.M. and 3:00 P.M. to 7:00 P.M. Saturdays 8:30 A.M. to 12:30 P.M. Call 306-493-2800 to book an appointment.
DELISLE HOUSING AUTHORITY
Contact Housing Authority Manager and Caretaker
Carla Lee @ 493-8276 or firstname.lastname@example.org. The Housing Authority
address is Box 87, Delisle, Sask.