Parks and Recreation February Newsletter
Posted on Wednesday, February 24, 2021 02:07 PM
Find out what's going on in your community for parks, recreation and culture!
Civic Recognition Award Winners
Posted on Tuesday, February 23, 2021 10:20 AM
The Civic Recognition Awards Committee presented the 2020 Civic Recognition Award in the Group Category, prior to the February 22 Council meeting.
In light of COVID-19, each category winner will be presented their award during the next two regular Council meetings to keep the number of individuals in one room below the maximum capacity.
The awards are given annually to recognize individuals who have made outstanding contributions for the betterment of the City.Adult Civic Recognition Category...
Discretionary Use Application - Automotive Maintenance in C-1 Zoning District 134 Broadway St E
Posted on Tuesday, February 02, 2021 04:00 PM
The applicant proposes to operate an Automotive Maintenance use at 134 Broadway Street East (Lots 15&16, Blk/Par M, Plan 98Y022160) in a C-1 City Centre Commercial zoning district. Automotive Maintenance uses within the City Centre zoning district are Discretionary Uses under Zoning Bylaw No. 14/2003 and must be publicly advertised before Council can make a decision on the application.Information
Questions regarding the application may be directed to Carleen Koroluk, Land Use Planner...
Public Notice Proposed Closure of Unused Road Allowance Bylaw No. 1/2021
Posted on Tuesday, February 02, 2021 03:49 PM
Legal Description and Address
All of Road Allowance ORA 013-03-1-W2 Ext. 0 and Part of Road Allowance ORA 144-26-4-W2
Civic Address: Range Road 2044, south of Grain Millers DriveDetails
The City of Yorkton proposes to permanently close a portion of undeveloped Range Road 2044, south of Grain Millers Drive and north of the CP rail line. The portion of closed right-of-way is intended to be added to the City's industrial land inventory. Permanent road closures must be approved by the Province, and...
Traffic Light Maintenance
Posted on Friday, January 22, 2021 03:38 PM
As part of the city’s annual traffic light maintenance program, a city contractor will be testing traffic control signals throughout Yorkton this weekend (January 23 to January 24). Can-Traffic Services will handle the testing procedure, putting intersection signals on FLASHING for up to an hour while they are tested and monitored. The lights will be flashing in both directions, and all traffic will need to come to a complete stop before proceeding as you would at any four way stop intersection.