City of Yorkton News
July 24 to July 30, 2003


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City of Yorkton
Annual Park Parties


August 6th Silver Heights Park
August 13th

Weinmaster Park

5:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. each evening

Hot dogs & pop, children's games and great entertainment. 
For more information call Leisure Services at 786-1750.





Summer Cultural Arts and Physical Activity Experiences 
Sports, games, crafts, special guests, field trips and more

The S-CAPE program starts July 2 and runs until August 15, 2003

Additional information can be found in Leisure Services' Programs




Tennis Clinic 

Sunday July 27th
6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. 
Western Development Museum Tennis Courts 
$2.00 (payable at the clinic)

Instruction by Marina Forester 
Tennis Saskatchewan

Open to all ages (Beginners to Advanced)

To register call Leisure Services at 786-1750

Sponsored by the Yorkton Tennis Club




Next Council Meeting

The next council meeting will be held on August 11, 2003 at 7:00 p.m.



Books Available

The City of Yorkton has published several works for your enjoyment.
 More information can be found in Books Available.  




Parks Department News

Congratulations are extended to the organizing committee of the 2003 Bantam AA Provincials. They were tremendous hosts and should be proud of the effort they put forth in hosting the provincial tournament. Their efforts are a direct reflection of the City of Yorkton and high marks go out to the organizing committee. From our parks department, they were a pleasure to work with - excellent job.

"Scentless Chamomile' is a noxious weed that, in many instances, is mistaken for the daisy plant and some residents have it as part of the landscape. It is a weed that must be controlled and removed. The City of Yorkton is becoming infected and overrun with the noxious weed and a control plan is being put into place. Crews started with a mapping program so that we can identify where the weed is located within the City of Yorkton. With the weed now in full bloom, chemical control, other than roundup, is too late in the season. Cutting will help control the spread, but will not eradicate the weed. Crews will be cutting locations over the next couple of weeks to help control the spread and next spring we will use chemical to spray the weed. If you have the weed in and around your property, you are obligated to remove it under the Noxious Weed Act. Pulling it out is a good control. If you have any other questions on the weed or it's control, please feel free to contact our office.

Crews will be out with the summer pruning program. Crews will be in the southwest part of the city working on low-level pruning. Please use caution when working around city crews.

Mosquito control is ongoing and crews are out daily monitoring the probable sites where mosquitoes may be. The larviciding program controls the larvae of the mosquito. There has been a drastic reduction on mosquitoes since May. This is due to the lack of moisture and the efforts of the pest management control crews.




Fire Fighters

CITY OF YORKTON - Fire Department 
Applications are invited for the position of 

Reporting to the Fire Chief and Deputies the Temporary Fire Fighters shall be used to augment Full-Time Fire Fighting Staff on an as needed basis for vacation, sick leave, disability leave, training leave or any other approved absences.

Interested applicants may submit a detailed resume complete with three references no later than 12:00 hrs. (noon) July 30, 2003.

Additional information on these and other positions 
can be found in Employment.




City of Yorkton 
Celebrate Saskatchewan Sub - Commission

The City of Yorkton is inviting applications from people interested in serving on the Celebrate Saskatchewan Sub - Commission. Appointments will be made in September of this year.

The purpose of this sub-commission is to assist Yorkton in Celebrating Saskatchewan's 100th anniversary in 2005.

Please provide a brief letter of interest to the address below by Friday, August 15th, 2003. The letter should include a brief description of experience, qualifications and reasons for applying. 

If you require any information, please call Darren Spelay at 786-1750.

City of Yorkton Celebrate Saskatchewan Sub - Commission 
Box 400 
Yorkton, SK 
S3N 2W3 
Fax: 786-6880 




Yorkton Fire Protective Services 
Home Surveys

Yorkton Fire Protective Services will be continuing with Home Dwelling Safety Surveys. Anyone who would like to know more about what is involved or would like to book a home survey, please call 786-1795 between the hours of 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon.

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