Go paperless on your utility and tax bills
Residents can now have your water bills and tax notices emailed directly to you, so you don't need to rely on receiving notifications in the mail – All you have to do is contact the town office with your email address and let us know which notice you would like to receive. For more information call us at 306-542-2155.
The 2017 Audited Financial Statements
The 2017 Audited Financial Statements for the Town of Kamsack are now available at the Town Office or by clicking on this link to our Audit Report page of the website.
Town of Kamsack Gifts
The Town of Kamsack now has a range of clothing and jewelry for sale at the Town Office. Prices for Men's and Women's jackets are $50, Men's and Women's t-shirts are $35 and both styles of watches are $45. For more information on colour, sizes and availability you can call the Town Office at 542-2155.
Hours at the Kamsack Landfill
The Kamsack Landfill will be open on Tuesdays and Fridays from 1pm to 7pm and Saturdays from 9am to 3pm. Tickets need to be bought in advance from the Town Office, old tickets can still be used.
Recycle & Garbage Schedules in Kamsack
Garbage and recycling will be collected on Thursdays. Each household in Kamsack will have received information about their specific schedule. If you have lost your information or you are new to Kamsack please click on the link or contact the Town Office at 306-542-2155.
Concerns on species of trees or firewood in Kamsack
If you are concerned that you don't know the species of tree in your yard or you are not sure of the type of firewood you have then you can contact the Town Office at 542-2155 and we can arrange for our arborist to check them.
Saskatchewan Lotteries Community Grants
The Saskatchewan Lotteries Community Grants provides access to sport, culture and recreation activities for all Saskatchewan people regardless of age, sex, ethnicity, economic status, physical or mental ability; The grants provides funds to community non-profit volunteer organizations in support of sport, culture and recreation programs. If you would like more information on deadlines and requirements please contact the Recreation Director at 542-2044.
Need to advertise your community event or program?
We can help you advertise your event or program in Kamsack and the surrounding area by contacting the Town Office. If you would like it included on the Town's electronic sign, website, social media, community calendar or Kamsack Times advert then you contact the Town Office before noon on Friday so it can be included in the following week's newspaper edition.
Programs or events
If you are interested in bringing a recreational, cultural or sporting activity to Kamsack just call Kev the Recreation Director at 542-2044. It could be for younger residents, seniors or families. We are always interested in hearing from our residents.
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 requires an enthusiastic individual to join the front office team as an Administration Clerk.
For more information on the position then please visit our Job Opportunities webpage. The deadline for the position is Thursday, January 24th.
The Town of Kamsack now offers Credit Card payments as well as Direct Debit, Cheques & Cash.
For more information please visit our Payments page or on the link below.
Residents are reminded that All Terrain Vehicles (ATV's) or quad bikes are not allowed on the Dr. Michael Bishop Walking Trail in Kamsack. These vehicles can easily damage the trail and the trees surrounding the trail. Seniors and families use the trail so please avoid any potential risk by driving on it.
Applications for the Saskatchewan Lotteries Community Grants are now being accepted. The grant provides access to sport, culture and recreation activities for all Saskatchewan people regardless of age, sex, ethnicity, economic status, physical or mental ability; If you would like more information on deadlines and requirements please contact the Recreation Director at 542-2044 or visit our website here
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