Posted on Tuesday, February 15, 2022 11:41 AM
Yorkton City Council approved the 2022 Operating and 2022/2023 Capital Budgets at last night’s council meeting. The City thanks all residents, organizations and business owners in Yorkton who filled out the online Public Review form or spoke to City Council in the weeks leading up to the budget review.
Council approved a property tax increase of 4.86% for 2022 and a 1% increase minimum towards Capital Projects for 2023. The breakdown of the increase includes 2.36% towards the RCMP Contract, 0.50%...
Posted on Friday, February 04, 2022 11:11 AM
On January 31, 2022, Yorkton City Council approved the construction of a new Deer Park Clubhouse on the existing site.
The budget, totalling $7.6 million, has been broken down to include the demolition of the existing building, a temporary clubhouse and washroom trailer rental for the duration of the project, as well as consulting, project management and contingency fees.
The total cost will also include the construction of the new building (foundation, structural, exterior, interior, mechanical,...
Posted on Wednesday, February 02, 2022 02:07 PM
Discretionary Use Application for Contractor Facility in C-1 City Centre Commercial Zoning District 84 Smith Street West
The applicant proposes to provide contractor services for custom kitchen/bathroom designs and builds including general painting services, quartz and laminate countertops and spray applications for cabinetry.
Contractor Facility uses are Discretionary Uses in the C-1 City Centre Commercial zoning district and all Discretionary Uses must be publicly advertised before Council can...
Posted on Tuesday, February 01, 2022 08:46 AM
The City of Yorkton has unveiled its proposed 2022 budget, which includes a tax increase total of $1,235,000 (or 4.86%).
The proposed budget outlines the City’s plan to invest in city assets and infrastructure upgrades, and continue to provide the same level of services to residents as the year prior. A large portion of the budget will also go towards an increase in policing costs, due to a new collective agreement signed between the Federal Government and the RCMP.
The breakdown of the proposed...
Posted on Friday, January 28, 2022 02:40 PM
In 2019 the City of Yorkton conducted an Indoor Recreation Facility feasibility study with aodbt Architecture and Interior Design. In addition to the replacement of the Kinsmen Arena, the Deer Park Clubhouse was also identified as being a facility that has reached, or is nearing, the end of its useful life. After approving a general concept plan, and location for a possible new clubhouse at Deer Park at their October 26, 2020 Council meeting, City Council tasked Administration to work with aodbt...