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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.