Garbage Schedule for 2023
- Garbage will be picked up every Monday until Thanksgiving weekend. It will be picked up Tuesdy, October 10th and the following Mondays: October 23rd, November 6th and 20th, December 4th and 18th and Wednesday, December 27th. (If the Monday is a holiday it will be picked up the following day.)
Effective July 27, 2022 ALL quads, side by sides and golf carts operating within the Village will require a numbered tag (plate). Tags are available at the office at a cost of $20.00 each. If you have multiple recreational vehicles you will receive the same number on each tag for each vehicle. These tags (plates) are for the sole purpose of registering your vehicle at the village office. Should you have any questions please reach out to any member of our council. Contact information is listed on the "Council" page of our website.
As many of us will soon be moving our boats it is important to be aware of the regulations regarding Drain Plugs, please see the information below and click on the 'Saskatchewan Boaters' link for further details.
"As of 2020, it is mandatory to remove all watercraft drain plugs during transportation, you could face a fine for failing to do so. Saskatchewan continues to be free of AIS. Ensuring that watercraft owners stop at open inspection stations, even if you were previously inspected, will help the province retain this critically important status."
Meat and Veggie Truck
You can order from their website greenleafmeats.ca
Some of you had expressed interest in procurement thresholds for the Village. These are the levels of purchase for 2022 - 2023 for goods, services or construction for which the Village does not have to go through the tender process. The Village fits into the MASH Sector which is defined as regional, local, district or other forms of Municipal Government, school boards, publicly funded academic, health and social service entities. If you have any questions regarding this matter please contact the village office.
The 2021 Census Report has arrived
The Village will require a Local Authority Freedom of Information Policy (LAFOIP) information request form for any information other than that normally disclosed by the Village. There will be a filing fee of $20.00 and a $40.00 per hour (3 hour minimum) charge for administration time which must be paid before work will begin The Village will issue a refund for any unused time. This will ensure that the user of the information is responsible for the cost, rather than the village as a whole subsidizing a ratepayer request. The attached form below must be included with the request.
Residents are continuing to feed foxes in the village, and as Saskatchewan Environment considers this a self-inflicted problem, they will not contribute to a solution. Feeding foxes should be stopped as soon as possible for the following reasons:
- Although rare, foxes are reservoirs for rabies. If you see a fox acting aggressively or looking ill, do not approach!
- Foxes will attack small dogs and carry diseases such as mange that can be spread to domestic pets.
- It's cruel. Foxes can rapidly become dependent on human food sources and will expand their population to take advantage of it. If you feed intermitantly, you are just causing hardship for them.
Vandalism is a problem in the Village. Effective June 3, 2021 surveillance cameras have been installed at the Mini Golf.
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.