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Public Notice Discretionary Use Application for Bed & Breakfast

Posted on Wednesday, April 28, 2021 04:18 PM

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The applicant proposes to operate a Bed and Breakfast at the proposed location of 102 Third Avenue North, in an R-5 Mixed Density Residential zoning district. Bed and Breakfast uses within a Mixed Density Residential 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.

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Questions regarding the application may be directed to: Carleen Koroluk, Land Use Planner, phone 306-786-1727...

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State of the City - April 22, 2021

Posted on Tuesday, April 27, 2021 11:27 AM

Mayor Mitch Hippsley presented the annual “State of the City” address to the Chamber of Commerce April 22nd, outlining city accomplishments and challenges during 2020 and discussing plans and projects slated for 2021. The presentation was virtual via Zoom.

To view a PDF version of the State of the City, please click...

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Get Out & Get Virtual Contest

Posted on Thursday, April 01, 2021 02:39 PM

Get Out & Get Virtual Contest

The City of Yorkton presents our Get Out & Get Virtual Contest.

Contest deadline: Wednesday, April 28, 2021

The Get Out & Get Virtual Contest Winners

  • Perry Zaharia
  • Erin Roussin
  • Leah Berlinic
  • Danielle Mills

Challenges

Click below to find the correct answers for each challenge. 

Challenge one
Question
  • Name the City of Yorkton's Mayor
  • Name the six Councillors of the City of Yorkton

Answer

  • Mayor Mitch Hippsley, Dustin Brears, Ken Chyz, Randy Goulden, Quinn Haider, Chris...

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Council Approves 2021 Budget - Upgrades to City Infrastructure Coming in 2022

Posted on Tuesday, March 30, 2021 09:16 AM

Yorkton City Council approved the City’s 2021 budget at their regular City Council meeting on Monday, holding municipal tax increases to zero percent for this year.

The budget was tabled at the March 15 council meeting and the public was given the past two weeks to voice any questions or concerns via our City website, by email or phone. Aside from input from the Chamber of Commerce, no comments have been received.

Council also approved the City’s 2022 Capital Budget. “It is important for the City...

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Garbage, Recycling and Organics Survey

Posted on Tuesday, March 23, 2021 03:58 PM

To protect our environment, regulations regarding the disposal of solid waste are becoming more strict, thus more expensive. Funds required for landfill expansions are accumulated through the landfill fees. 

To help manage these expenses, we are surveying residents to help guide future decision making.

Residential Refuse Survey

The survey is open until May 15, 2021.