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Submit Your Water Meter Read Online
You can submit your own water meter read through our website. Click here to complete the form and submit it to Town Office.
Tenants who want to submit their own water meter read should complete this form each month.
Homeowners who want to submit their own water meter read should complete this form every 2 months.
Waste & Recycling Schedules
Garbage and recycling are collected on Thursdays. Each household should receive information about their specific schedule. If you do not have a schedule, please click here or contact Town Office at (306) 542-2155.
Hours at the Kamsack Landfill
The Kamsack Landfill is open on Tuesdays & Fridays from 1 pm to 5 pm as well as Saturdays from 9 am to
1 pm. Tickets need to be bought in advance from Town Office. Old tickets do not expire. To learn more, please click here.
Trees, Firewood & Dutch Elm Disease in Kamsack
March is the last month to trim Dutch Elm Trees. These trees cannot be trimmed between April 1st and August 31st of each year to help prevent the spread of Dutch Elm Disease. To learn more, click here.
If you have questions, or a town tree needs to be trimmed, please contact Town Office at (306) 542-2155.
Saskatchewan Lotteries Community Grants
The Saskatchewan Lotteries Community Grants provide access to sport, culture and recreation activities for all Saskatchewan residents regardless of age, sex, ethnicity, economic status and physical or mental ability. The grants provide funds to community non-profit volunteer organizations in support of sport, culture and recreation programs. If you would like more information, please contact the Recreation Director at (306) 542-2044 or click here.
Programs & Events
If you are interested in starting a recreational, cultural or sporting activity to Kamsack, please contact the Recreation Director at (306) 542-2044.
Protect yourself against fraud
Kamsack is nestled in the scenic Assiniboine River Valley which creates some of the West’s most beautiful panoramas. It is here where the historic Assiniboine River joins the Whitesand River to help form our beautiful Centennial Park. The fertile land, scenic location and great weather make Kamsack the Garden of Saskatchewan.
Kamsack provides the safety, comfort and atmosphere of a friendly town with all the services of a large bustling centre. The area surrounding Kamsack is one of natural beauty, steeped in history and culture, and rich with opportunity.
These elements combine to make Kamsack truly a great place to live and visit.
The Town of Kamsack accepts Credit Card payments and
E-Transfers. For more information, please visit our Payments page or click on the image below.
*Only Cash, Debit and Cheque
payments are accepted at Town Office
Kamsack Saskatchewan & COVID-19
Find Local Events, Activities and More!
The municipality met with our Emergency Measures Organization (EMO) Coordinator and Fire Chief,
Ken Thompson, as well as the Saskatchewan Health Authority.
Kamsack is following all public health recommendations, including wearing a mask indoors.
To find updates on COVID-19 and the Town of Kamsack, please click here.
To find legitimate and confirmed information, please follow the Government of Saskatchewan
The Kamsack Swimming Pool will be open for 2021.
There will be changes to daily operations and available services to align with all Government of Saskatchewan regulations.
Please note: We are not taking registrations for swimming lessons at this time.
We can add your local event, activity or program to our Facebook page, Calendars, Monthly Newsletter, Monthly Kamsack Times Ad as well as the Electronic Town Sign.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (306) 542-5997 with the title, a short description, date,
time as well as the location and we'll handle the rest!
Reports of fraudulent Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) calls and emails have been on the rise.
Click here to be directed to the Government of Saskatchewan website for information on how to
recognize a scam, how to report a scam and what to do if you have been scammed.