Welcome

The Resort Village of Kivimaa–Moonlight Bay is a small resort community located on the west side of Turtle Lake. Nearby communities include Livelong (20 mins), Turtleford (30 mins), Glaslyn (30 mins) and St. Walburg (40 mins). Kivimaa–Moonlight Bay is home to about 80 permanent residents, with close to 240 cabins and over 300 lots.

Swimming, fishing, boating and hiking are just a few of the activities that residents and visitors can enjoy. Unfortunately, there are no camping facilities in the resort village, but two public beaches, two boat launches and playground facilities are available for visitors.

Fireworks at Moonlight Bay September long weekend

Thanks to Ed and Sue Gulliver, Clint and Tammy Hemsley, Scott and Evelyn Fiske, Mike and Agnes Gooch for the fireworks display.  Tammy Hemsley will organize next year’s July long weekend fireworks.  Contact Tammy at (780)808-9712 to donate.

NO GRACE PERIOD FOR TAX PAYMENTS RECEIVED AFTER END OF MONTH

Please be advised there is no grace period for tax payments received after the last Wednesday of the month.

If you are making a tax payment which is time sensitive i.e. (Sept 30th – the cut off date to receive the full 15% discount)  or if you are paying arrears on which penalties are calculated on the 1st day of every month , please ensure that your payment is either in our hands (cheque or cash) or in the case of an etransfer, emailed to the Village by 4 pm on the last Wednesday of the month.

Post- dated cheques are accepted. There is also a mail slot at the Village Office.

The Village also accepts e-Transfers for payments.  If sending an e-Transfer,

please ensure you include to what payment is for taxes, building permit.

If anyone would like to volunteer to clean up the public swim areas, the garbage/debris can be piled in an easily accessible area where it will be removed by the village.

 

The Village would like thank Turtle Grove for donating recycle items to the resort village Fire Department

Picnic In The Park

The following are unclaimed prizes from 2018 Picnic in the Park

Ticket Number:

333771, 332399, 333686, 333889, 333543, 333334, 882295, 882447, 882375, 333888, 882405, 333549, 332498

Council would like to thank everyone who came out and supported the event and especially all the generous donors and sponsors who continue be the backbone of fundraising efforts.   A special shout out to Heavy Crude for the use of their barbecues and Dex Sandblasting for the beautiful paint job on the Dunk Tank.

Monies raised at this event will be put towards the mini golf, a project which is 100% funded by donations and fundraising.  

Council is already planning next year’s event(July 1st, Canada Day), which will be on Sunday June 30th, and it is requesting volunteer assistance to relieve its small workforce. If you can help with an hour or two of service please contact the office. The Dunk Tank will be available for rent at a cost of $100.

Rivers West DSCR Inc. has donated $500 to our 20118 Picnic in the Park program

The Picnic in the Park has helped us purchase playground equipment, swimming docks, swim area buoys, fire truck, and new fire hall.

Profits from previous years:

2013-$34,828.75

2014-$53,919.41

2015-$21,317.25

2016-$15,651.00

2017-$15,053.00

2018-$17,600.00

Total-$158,369.41

Check out our plans for the new mini golf course on the bulletin page.  Construction will begin in the spring of 2018.  If you are interested in sponsoring a hole, please contact the village or E-mail rvkmb@littleloon.ca

Storage Compound

All items in the storage compound must marked and identified with name and contact info.

 

Council Information

  • Mayor: Steven Nasby 1(306)830-1247
  • Councillors: Terry Anderson 1(780)808-1312
    •              Archie Macleod 1(306)845-8034
    •              James Vollman 1(587)878-0548

Council Meetings

Regular Council meetings are held every third (3rd) Tuesday of the month unless otherwise stated

The next Regular Council Meeting will be held on Tuesday October 16, 2018 .

Minutes and Financial Statements

2017  Minutes

Minutes January 2017_000010,    Minutes March 2017_000011,   Minutes April 2017_000012          

June 2017 Minutes_000065        July 2017 Minutes_000059             August 2017 Minutes_000061

September 2017 Minutes_000063              October 2017 Minutes_000084         October 2017 Special Meeting_000086

November 2017 Minutes_000094  December 2017 Minutes_000107

2017 Financial Statements

Fin Statement Jan 2017_000016,  Fin Statement Feb 2017_000015,   Fin Statement April 2017_000014

June 2017 Fin Statements_000048  August 2017 Financial Statements_000062

September 2017 Fin statements_000077       October 2017 Fin Statements_000087     November 2017 Financial Statements_000095      December 2017 Fin Statements_000108

 

2018 MINUTES

January 2018 Minutes_000115 February 2018 Minutes_   March 2018 Minutes_000128             April 2018 Minutes06092018          May 2018 Minutes07032018

    June 2018 Minutes07242018        2018 JUly Minutes09182018               2018 August Minutes09252018      September 2018 Minutes10172018

2018 FINANCIAL STATEMENTS

January 2018 Financial Statements_000116   February 2018 Financial Statements_000125   March 2018 Financial Statements_000127      April 2018 Fin Statemnts06092018

May 2018 Fin Statements07032018     June 2018 Financial Starments07242018             July 2018 Financial Statements              2018 August Fin Statments09252018      

September 2018 Fin Statements10172018

 

Village Services

PLEASE NOTE: The new red garbage tags are now $3.50.

RV Storage Compound
Located at the East edge of the village in MR6. Spaces are available for residents at a rate of $200/yr for a single lot. Pontoon boats require double lots and the cost is $400/yr.
*Please Note the compound has been expanded and new sites are available.
Water Supply
The village now has a year round well  from which potable water can be hauled.
Volunteer Fire Department
Fire Chief: Archie Macleod – 306-845-8034

New Zoning Bylaws and Amendments, Zoning Map & Official Community Plan

Approved Zoning Bylaw NO 3 14_000004,   Bylaw 2 17 OCP Amendment     Bylaw 3 17 Zoning Bylaw Amendment_000099                                                        Bylaw 2 18 ZB Amendment,  Bylaw 3 18 ZB Amendment

Zoning Bylaw No 2 16_000051

Download Zoning Map
Download OCP

Community Events

Check out our Events page for more information.

Bulletin Board

Look for village updates on our Bulletin Board page.

Financial Statement

Download RVKMB’s Village Budget 2018

Download RVKMB’s Synopsis of 2017 Financial Statement.
Download RVKMB’s 2017 Financial Statement.

Download RVKMB’s Synopsis of 2015 Financial Statement.
Download RVKMB’s 2015 Financial Statement.