Departments & Services
Human Resource Services provides personnel services to all City departments and staff. These core services include: Staffing Classification Labour Relations Organizational Development Benefits Administration It is also responsible for: Wage and Salary Administration Training and Development Performance Management Respectful Workplace Human Resource Policy Development Long-Term Disability Claims Management Employee Recognition and Service Awards Occupational Health and SafetyWorking out of the Human Resources Department, the Safety Officer provides resources, guidance and advice in matters pertaining to health and safety for all employees within the corporate structure and all Occupational Health and Safety Committees. Safety includes a focus on leadership and communication, workplace hazard assessment and prevention initiatives, health and safety related training, work observations, safety inspections and incident investigations. The Safety Officer is also responsible for processing all workers’ compensation claims and provides support for employees, supervisors and managers in the City’s Return to Work and Workplace Accommodation Program.
The Parks and Recreation Department employs a horticulturist to provide the community with information on a range of topics from gardening techniques, to insect and pest identification. The horticulturist works out of the Parks and Recreation office and may be contacted at Horticulturist.
The City of Moose Jaw is committed to assisting community groups and organizations in undertaking specific activities that enhance the quality of life in Moose Jaw. To further this commitment, the City has four (4) separate grant programs that community organizations can access. Community Grant ProgramSaskatchewan Lotteries Community Grant Program Organization Guidelines Saskatchewan Lotteries Community Grant Program Organization Application Form Sask Lotteries Follow-Up Report Fee for Service Claim Form for Follow-ups Mileage Claim Form for Follow-ups Saskatchewan Lotteries CGP 2016-17 Brochure Parks & Recreation Logo Saskatchewan Lotteries Logo The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local organizations to operate activities in sport, culture and recreation in Base or Target Initiatives. Funding for this grant is provided by Saskatchewan Lotteries. Special Events Hosting GrantSaskatchewan Lotteries Community Grant Program Organization Guidelines Saskatchewan Lotteries Community Grant Program Organization Application Form Sask Lotteries Follow-Up Report Fee for Service Claim Form for Follow-ups Mileage Claim Form for Follow-ups Saskatchewan Lotteries CGP 2016-17 Brochure Parks & Recreation Logo Saskatchewan Lotteries Logo The grant is to encourage local organizations to host sports tournaments and cultural events in the City of Moose Jaw. Funding for this grant is provided by Saskatchewan Lotteries. Community Projects – Capital Grant ProgramCommunity Projects – Capital Grant Application The purpose of the Community Projects – Capital Grant Program is to enable community groups to undertake capital development or renovation projects that will result in short and long term benefits to the community. The main focus of the project must be related to improvement of parks or facilities providing recreation, sport, arts, or cultural opportunities to the community. All developments must have a minimum life span of five years. The deadline for applications is January 31, of current year. Completed applications can be dropped off at the Parks and Recreation Department, 4th Floor, City Hall. Late applications will not be accepted.
How to Read Your Water Meter Online Water Meter Reading Form Water Conservation Tips W.I.P.P.S. Program W.I.P.P.S. Application Utility FAQs New Sewer and Water Connections The Utilities branch is responsible for reading meters, billing and collection for water and sewer services, processing of requests for connection and disconnection of service, handling of complaints related to utility billings and defective meters, and arrangements for house connections. Connections and Disconnections In most cases, changes to your utilities services can be accomplished with one phone call. In general, anyone that currently has a utilities or tax account with the City can phone in and have connections, location changes, and disconnections accomplished by making a call to Customer Service at 306-694-4410. Please be aware you may be asked for verification of identity when making the change. Persons that have not previously had a utility or tax account with the City are required to come to Customer Service at City Hall and fill out an application for service. A deposit may be required where the application for connection is for a location that is rented. If you are moving either out of the City of Moose Jaw or to a new location within the City you need to contact Customer Service at City Hall. Your meter will be read on the date you have requested and a final bill will be mailed to you. The account holder(s) is/are responsible for all bills for the service address until you terminate service. The City of Moose Jaw will only recognize payment arrangements made directly with Utility Department staff. Landlord Tenant Agreement Landlord Tenant Agreements are available for water and sewer accounts. This agreement is available to landlords wishing to have their name put on the accounts when tenants move out. The agreement is a one-time $45.00 charge and the account will automatically transfer into the landlord’s name each time a tenant leaves without the normal $45.00 connection fee. This continues until the landlord chooses to cancel the agreement. For more information call Customer Service at 306-694-4410. Payment Options W.I.P.P.S – (automatic monthly payments withdrawn directly from the customer’s bank account) Internet or telephone banking services provided by your Financial Institution Payment can be made in person at any Financial Institution Cash, cheque, or debit with our cashiers at City Hall ISecure drop slot at City Hall (please include your payment stub with your cheque) Mail to City Hall (please include your payment stub with your cheque) Utility Rates as of January 2016There are two parts to the fees charged for utility service for your home or business. The connection fee, which is a monthly fixed fee and the consumption fee which is a variable fee that is calculated by measuring the water that flows through the meter. Utility accounts are billed every three (3) months. Variable Rate 2016 Water $0.9908/m3 Sewer $1.1652/m3 Out-of-City Water Consumption Fees $1.4879/m3 Water Dispensing Device Consumption Fees (Keycard) $2.8798/m3 Monthly Fixed RatesMeter Size (mm) Meter Size (inches) Water Sewer 15-20mm 5/8″ – 3/4″ $23.60 $14.54 21-30mm 1″ $35.40 $21.82 31-40mm 1 1/2″ – 1 3/4″ $70.81 $43.63 41-50mm 1 13/16″ – 2″ $118.03 $72.74 51-75mm 2 1/16″ – 3″ $236.04 $145.43 76-100mm 3 1/16″ – 4″ $472.10 $290.88 101-150mm 4 1/16″ – 6″ $1,416.27 $872.60 151-200mm 6 1/16″ – 8″ $1,888.35 $1,163.48 >200mm >8″ $2,832.53 $1,745.21 Miscellaneous Service RatesConnection/Application Fee $45.00 Renter Deposit $140.00 Water Meter Testing Deposit $50.00 Hydrant Connection $300.00 Temporary Disconnect Fee $40.00 Call-Out Fee for Attendance After Regular Working Hours $85.00 The average residential household has a 15-20mm meter and consumes 47.63m3 per three (3) month billing period. The average household billing using the above rates would be: Charge Type Measurement Rate Average Billing Water Monthly Fixed Fee 3 months $23.60 $70.80 Sewer Monthly Fixed Fee 3 months $14.54 $43.62 Recycling Monthly Fixed Fee 3 months $6.75 $20.25 Water Consumption Fee 47.63m3 $0.9908 $47.19 Sewer Consumption Fee 47.63m3 $1.1652 $55.50 Total Average Billing (per 3 months) $237.36
YaraCentre Official Web Site 1220 High Street West Moose Jaw, Sk S6H 4R3 Telephone: 306-694-4560 Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/YaraCentre Email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org Fall 2016 Programs Pamphlet YaraCentre Pamphlet The YaraCentre opened in November 2010. The facility is owned by the City of Moose Jaw but is operated by Downtown Facility and Soccer/FieldHouse Facility Board, a nonprofit board of Directors which operates at arm’s length from the City of Moose Jaw. The Downtown Facility and Soccer/FieldHouse Facility Board is responsible for the operation, management and programming of this facility. YaraCentre is a sport and recreation facility which includes an artificial turf surface measuring 60m X 100m, and a 4 lane rubber walking track, concession, viewing/meeting area, fitness facility and associated support facility.
The pamphlets below are in Adobe format. If you do not have this viewer, a link has been provided for you to download and install the free Adobe Reader software. Assessment Appeals Assessment Appeal Process – Guide To The Regular & Simplified Process Boulevard Trees New Subdivisions Boulevard Trees – How to care for your new Boulevard Trees Building a Garage or Accessory Building(Residential) Building A New Home Building Permits Building Permits Process Bylaw Enforcement Deck Regulations Developing A Commercial Or Industrial Property Development Appeal Development Appeals Board – Background Information for Persons Making Application to the Board Discretionary Uses of land Home Occupations Housing Incentive Programs Land Rezoning Land Subdivision Move A Building Portable Tent Garages Recycle in Moose Jaw Tax Installment Payment Plan Service (T.I.P.P.S) Transportation Routes – Heavy Vehicle/Truck Routes and Dangerous Goods Routes Pamphlet W.I.P.P.S. (Water Installment Payment Plan Service)
The forms below are in Adobe Acrobat format. If you do not have this viewer, a link has been provided for you to download and install the free Adobe Acrobat Reader software. Administrative Review Officer Complaint Form Affordable Home Ownership Program Appeal – Notice of Appeal to the Moose Jaw Board of Revision Boards, Committee & Commissions Application For Appointment Boulevard Trees New Subdivisions – Application Boulevard Fences – Application for a Fence/Hedge on Boulevard Building or Demolition Permit Application Business License Application Form You can complete this form online, print and submit it to us Demolition or Building Permit Application Development Appeals Application Employment Application Form Grants Home Occupation Application Housing Incentive Programs Application Permission to Operate Business Property Tax Refund Request Form Property Tax Transfer Request Form Rental Construction Incentive School Tax Designation Form for Property Owned by Business School Tax Declaration Form for Property Owned by Individuals Sign Permit Application Tax Certificates Tax Installment Payment Plan Service (T.I.P.P.S.) Tax Phase In – Job Creation Applications Tree of Significance Nomination Form TIPPS Withdrawal Request Form W.I.P.P.S. Application Written Searches – Taxation
Mosaic Place Official Website 110 1st Avenue N. W. Moose Jaw SK S6H 0Y8 Telephone: 306.624.2040 Fax: 306.624.0823 Email:email@example.com Mosaic Place opened in August, 2011. The facility is owned by the City of Moose Jaw but is operated by Downtown Facility and Soccer/Fieldhouse Facility Board, a nonprofit board of Directors which operates at arm’s length from the City of Moose Jaw. The Downtown Facility and Soccer/Fieldhouse Facility Board is responsible for the operation, management and programming of this facility. Mosaic Place, is a multipurpose sport, recreation and entertainment facility which includes an eight sheet curling rink, a 4500 seat spectator facility which will be home to the WHL’s Moose Jaw Warriors, meeting rooms, concessions, lounges and associated amenities.
Moose Jaw Cultural Centre Official Site P.O. Box 1180 Moose Jaw, Sk S6H 4P9 Telephone: 306-693-4700 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org The Moose Jaw Cultural Centre opened in April 2004. The facility is owned by the City of Moose Jaw but is operated by Moose Jaw Cultural Centre Inc., a non-profit board of Directors which operates at arm’s length from the City of Moose Jaw. Moose Jaw Cultural Centre Inc. is responsible for the operation, management and programming of the facility. The facility includes: The Conexus Arts Centre, the Mae Wilson Theatre, meeting rooms, studios, artist in residence area, pottery room, dressing rooms and support facilities to host a variety of performers and artistic workshops. The Conexus Arts Centre displays a broad range of visual art and craft exhibits produced by Moose Jaw and Moose Jaw region artists. The Mae Wilson Theatre is a 420 performing arts theatre which hosts a variety of performances on an annual basis. The building was originally built in 1916 and was renovated during construction with some of the original plaster and features of the original theatre being restored. Past performances include: theatre, music, comedy, dance, and magic shows.