The City has three kinds of boulevards; green space located between the street and the sidewalk, green space located between the sidewalk and the property line and the green space located in the centre medians of major streets and roads. These boulevards create a more pleasant urban environment.
No construction, cultivation or alteration of a boulevard area may be done without the consent of the Parks and Recreation Department.
According to Section 3.(1) of City of Moose Jaw Bylaw 4760:
3.(1) “The owner or occupant of any property abutting a boulevard shall be responsible for the general care and maintenance of such boulevard area including cutting grass, keeping clear of weeds and litter, and maintaining a neat appearance”
This section also applies to shrubs and hedges on boulevards. It does not apply to trees more than 5 years old.