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You may contact the Town of Rosetown (Town Office) by phone at (306) 882-2214, by email at email@example.com, via our online form, or by visiting the Town Office, located at 417 Main Street in Rosetown. Our office is open from 9 am to 5 pm Monday to Friday, excluding holidays.
Rosetown Redwings and the Community of Rosetown are excited to be hosting the 2018 Allan Cup from April 9-14, 2018.
You can buy your tickets for the 2018 Allan Cup at https://allancup2018.ca/.
You can find contact information on the 2018 Allan Cup Website https://allancup2018.ca/.
On Friday, April 13th on the eve of the Allan Cup Final, the Allan Cup organizing committee will host The Hunter Brothers live in concert at the Curling Rink, featuring local special guest, Heather Aitken. For more information and for ticket information, email or call 306-831-9670 or visit the official Allan Cup website.
The cabaret will take place following the final Allan Cup game on Friday, April 13 at 10:00 p.m. featuring the Hunter Brothers with special guest Heather Aitken. For more information and for tickets, visit the official Allan Cup website.
Pet licenses are required for dogs and cats, according to the Animal Control Bylaw. It assists the Town with returning your pet if it is discovered by Bylaw Enforcement. Licenses are valid for one calendar year and need be renewed in January. You will receive an identification tag when you register your pet at the Town Office.
For more information: http://www.rosetown.ca/339/Pet-License
Pet License fees must be paid annually. Please visit our Pet Licenses page for current fees: http://www.rosetown.ca/339/Pet-License
You can find the Animal Control Bylaw at this link: http://www.rosetown.ca/DocumentCenter/Home/View/45
According to the Traffic Bylaw, “(i) No person shall leave a trailer or semi-trailer parked on a street that is unattached from the vehicle used for moving the same, excepting town-owned equipment. (ii) Privately owned and properly licenced recreation camper trailers may be parked on the street in residential areas in contravention of subsection (i) from April 1 to October 31 of each year provided that they are parked adjacent to the owner's property and for a period of time not to exceed 72 consecutive hours.
For more information, review the Traffic Bylaw: http://www.rosetown.ca/DocumentCenter/View/78
No person shall operate a snowmobile on the School Grounds, Rosetown Airport, Rosetown Cemetery, Rosetown Nuisance Grounds, Lagoon, Drainage Ditch or Park Areas. Provincial Highways are also restricted in many cases.
Please review the Snowmobile Bylaw: https://sk-rosetown.civicplus.com/DocumentCenter/View/74
Fire pits that meet the specifications outlined in the Fire Pit Bylaw are permitted.
You can review the Fire Pit Bylaw here: http://www.rosetown.ca/Home/View/58
A business run out of a commercial property does not need to purchase a Town of Rosetown business license. Home-based businesses (businesses working out of a residential property) and any business without a standard business location in town (i.e. contractor) is required to have a Business License from the Town of Rosetown.
For more information and fees: http://www.rosetown.ca/315/Business-Licenses-Bylaws
A list of our Bylaws, Permits and Policies can be found here: http://www.rosetown.ca/148/Bylaws-Permits-Policies
Follow the directions outlined on the notice you received. If payment of a fine is required by a specific date, payment can be made at the Town Office located at 417 Main Street. Failure to make payment may result in legal action.
Sidewalks in front of commercial properties on Main Street and adjoining side-streets are required to have their sidewalks cleared. While we ask that residents maintain the clearing of their sidewalk, it is not mandatory, as the Town pushes the snow from the streets onto the boulevard and sidewalks.
Plots and columbariums can be purchased at the Town Office, located at 417 Main Street.
For our brochure and more information, visit: http://www.rosetown.ca/306/Cemetery
Clubs and groups in Rosetown are always looking for new members.
Check out our Community Groups listing: http://www.rosetown.ca/BusinessDirectoryII.aspx?lngBusinessCategoryID=29
The Town Office is not involved in the establishment of community groups and clubs.
We list most clubs on our Community Groups page, for public information purposes: http://www.rosetown.ca/BusinessDirectoryII.aspx?lngBusinessCategoryID=29
A development permit must accompany all building permits. For applications, visit: http://www.rosetown.ca/148/Bylaws-Permits-Policies
Visit our Bylaws, Permits and Policies page for application and more information: http://www.rosetown.ca/148/Bylaws-Permits-Policies
Yes, the Town can provide this service for a fee of $50.00. To make arrangements, call (306) 822-2214, submit a request for services, or visit the Town Office at 417 Main Street.
The Town has residential lots for sale for new builds in the Civic Centre subdivision, a series of three cul-de-sacs at the end of Main Street.
For more information: http://www.rosetown.ca/267/Properties-for-Sale
To learn about your Council representatives, visit: http://www.rosetown.ca/255/Town-Council-and-Meetings
Council is scheduled to meet on the 3rd Monday of every month at 7 p.m. at the Town Office, located at 417 Main Street. Occasionally, Council Meetings are moved to other dates/times as the need arises.
For upcoming meetings, visit: http://www.rosetown.ca/calendar.aspx?CID=24
If you wish to address Council, you must forward written correspondence to the CAO at the Town Office by 12:00 noon on the Friday before the meeting. There is also an opportunity near the beginning of each Council meeting for Public Forum.
You can find Minutes and Agendas from Council and Committee meetings here: http://www.rosetown.ca/AgendaCenter
For Minutes and Agendas prior to 2018, contact the Town Office.
To find out about commercial and industrial lots for sale in Rosetown, contact the Community and Business Development Manager at the Town Office: (306) 882-2214, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Town seeks to support new business investments in the community.
Visit our “Doing Business” page for more information on our business and tax incentives: http://www.rosetown.ca/206/Business-and-Tax-Incentives
According to the 2016 Census, Rosetown is home to 2,451 residents. For more demographic information, review our Community Profile: http://www.rosetown.ca/338/Community-Profile
October 1 - 7, 2018
Career opportunities, including Full-Time, Part-Time, and Seasonal positions, are advertised in the Rosetown Eagle and on our website here: https://sk-rosetown.civicplus.com/Jobs.aspx
For an emergency water leak on public property, call the Town Office at (306) 882-2214. For after-hours emergencies, call the on-call line at (306) 882-2142.
The first priority for snow removal are main arteries, including and in no particular order:
Snow on Main Street is hauled first, followed by 1st, 2nd and 3rd Avenue (east and west sides).
Town-owned parking lots are cleared after streets are cleared. The Town does not clear any private parking lots for private businesses, nor sidewalks (except for Town-owned property).
Back lanes are cleared with front-end loaders and the streets are cleaned by graders. The front-end loaders are able to move snow quicker than the graders, so lanes are often cleared before residential streets. Streets that are congested with parked vehicles are cleared when the majority of the parked vehicles have been moved. This alleviates the problem of the graders burying the vehicles as they grade the streets.
The Canadian Revenue Agency has information on their website about the Child Fitness Tax Credit, which started in 2007: http://www.cra-arc.gc.ca/gncy/bdgt/chldrnsftnss2014-eng.html
Rosetown is located in the Rivers West District for Sport, Culture and Recreation. The Rivers West District was formed in 2009 through the amalgamation of the Zone 7 Sports Council; Wild Goose Recreation Association (WGRA); Battlefords Regional Recreation Association (BRRA) and the Rivers Junction Recreation Association (RJRA). This amalgamation was part of a provincial Building Better Communities process.
Visit the Rivers West District website for more information: http://www.riverswestdistrict.ca
To view the Ice Schedule, visit: http://www.rosetown.ca/DocumentCenter/View/333
The Ball Schedule will be released in the spring and available on our website.
You may camp from May 1 to September 30 in Prairie View Park.
For more information: http://www.tourismsaskatchewan.com/things-to-do/camping/102177/prairie-view-park
For sports and recreation programming, visit: http://www.rosetown.ca/178/Sports-Recreation
he Town Office mails Notices of Assessment to property owners whenever a change is made. Property assessments can also be viewed online at any time on the SAMA website: http://www.samaview.ca/sama
The penalty charge for taxes in arrears is a 1% penalty to all outstanding taxes as of July 1 and each month after that.
You can pay your taxes in person by cash, cheque or debit at the Town Office, located at 417 Main Street, or through most financial institutions.
To calculate your commercial municipal taxes for 2018, use the following formula and rates, and consult our Tip Sheet for Understanding your Tax Notice.
Taxable Land Assessment + Taxable Improvement Assessment = Total Assessment
Mill Rate – 9.0 millsCommercial Mill Rate Factor – 2.50Agriculture Mill Rate Factor – 1.00Commercial Base Tax – $1,000.00Infrastructure Levy (on all properties) – $200.00
Taxable Land Assessment = 10,000.00Taxable Improvement Assessment = 165,000.00Total Assessment = 175,000.00Assessment x Mill rate x Mill rate factor / 1,000 = taxes175,000 x 9.0 x 2.50/ 1,000 = 3,937.50$3,937.50– Taxes+$1,000.00 – Base Tax+$ 200.00 – Infrastructure Levy=$5,137.50– Total Commercial Municipal Taxes
To calculate your residential municipal taxes for 2018, use the following formula and rates, consult our Tip Sheet for Understanding your Tax Notice, or, use our simple Residential Property Tax Calculator.
Mill Rate – 9.0 millsResidential Mill Rate Factor – 0.720Residential Base Tax – $650.00Health Levy – $100.00Infrastructure Levy – $200.00
Taxable Land Assessment = 6,000.00Taxable Improvement Assessment = 65,000.00Total Assessment = 71,000.00Assessment x Mill rate x Mill rate factor / 1,000 = taxes71,000 x 9.0 x 0.720 / 1,000 = 460.08$460.08 – Taxes+$650.00 – Base Tax+$100.00 – Health Levy+$200.00 – Infrastructure Levy=$1,410.08 Total Residential Municipal Taxes
Prairie View Park Campground is open May 1 to Sep 30 and offers 40 full-service sites including fourteen pull-through sites, along with modern washroom/showers and cookhouse. Group camping available upon request. Located on the North East side of Rosetown. From the junction of Hwys 4 and 7, 1.5 km N and 1 km E on Marshall Ave. For details, visit the Tourism SK Website.
Garbage is picked up weekly, on either Tuesday, Wednesday or Friday, depending on where you live in Town.
Find out here: http://www.rosetown.ca/293/Garbage-Collection
Recycling is collected via front-street pick up every other Thursday.
For a calendar of recycling dates, visit: http://www.rosetown.ca/294/Recycling-Collection
Organics/compost collection begins May 1, 2018 (Red Zone, north of 6th avenue) and May 8, 2018 (Blue Zone, south of 6th avenue) and is in place for (6) months of the year until October, weather-permitting. Collection takes place every two weeks.
For more information, visit: http://www.rosetown.ca/333/Organics-Collection
Residential garbage pick-up will switch to front-street collection beginning April 23, 2018 until further notice. The change from back-alley to front-street pick-up is made annually in the spring to prevent damage to the back-alleys.
Recycling is collected via front-street pick up, unless otherwise stated by the Town Office.
The Rosetown landfill is accessible from Highway 4, approximately 2 kilometers south of the intersection of Highways 4 and 7, turn east at the landfill sign.
The Rosetown Transfer Station is located at the site of the Landfill. It is accessible from Highway 4, approximately 2 kilometers south of the intersection of Highways 4 and 7, turn east at the landfill sign. The Rosetown Transfer Station will be in late 2018.
The Landfill is open Tuesday to Saturday, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 2 to 5:30 p.m., closed on statutory holidays.
For more information: http://www.rosetown.ca/198/Landfill-and-Transfer-Station
Yes. Visit our page on rates.
Effective October 1, 2018, the landfill will accept demolition materials or shingles. The demolition pit will accept construction, renovation and demolition material, including shingles and concrete. All other loads must be sorted. Access to the demolition pit is dependent on a dry weather road.
To find out how rates are calculated, review our rate bylaws:
You can visit the Town Office at 417 Main Street to set-up water and sewer and pay your deposit. To learn more: http://www.rosetown.ca/204/Utilities
Water is billed bi-monthly, mailed to the address you provide. You may also sign-up for e-billing: http://sk-rosetown.civicplus.com/FormCenter/Town-Office-4/Email-Consent-Form-45
You can pay your water bill in person by cash, cheque or debit at the Town Office, located at 417 Main Street, or through most financial institutions.