• June 22, 2022

    Smoke & Carbon Monoxide Alarm Installation Requirements
New Rules Effective July 1, 2022.

    On January 1, 2022, the Construction Codes Act and Building Code Regulations came into effect in Saskatchewan replacing the Uniform Building and Accessibility Standards Act and Regulations.

    The Building Code Regulations has the following requirements that will come into force on July 1, 2022:
    1. Every building that contains a residential occupancy is required to have smoke alarms installed inside each bedroom, in the bedroom corridor, and each storey without a bedroom. These smoke alarms are permitted to be battery operated. If the building was constructed before June 6, 1988, then the batteries used for the smoke alarms must be 10-year batteries (see photo attached for example of 10-year battery alarm).

    2. Every building that contains a residential occupancy is required to have a carbon monoxide alarm installed inside each bedroom OR within 5 m (16’) of each bedroom door. These carbon monoxide alarms are permitted to be battery operated. If the building was constructed before October 1, 2009, then the batteries used for the carbon monoxide alarms must be 10-year batteries (see photo attached for example of 10-year battery alarm).

    What does this mean for owners?
    If your residence is missing smoke and/or carbon monoxide alarms in the locations listed above, then as the owner it is your responsibility to install the missing alarms.

    The municipality and building officials, MuniCode Services Ltd., are not required to enter every property to ensure that these alarms are installed. However, when a building official does enter the building for other reasons (building permit related), then due diligence by verifying the installation will be completed.

  • September 1, 2021

    Public notice is hereby given under The Planning and Development Act, 2007 that the Council of the Town of Moosomin intends to adopt Official Community Plan Bylaw No. 2021-02 (OCP), and Zoning Bylaw No. 2021-03, which will replace existing Zoning Bylaw No. 849, and all amendments thereto.

    The proposed OCP and Zoning Bylaw will establish a policy and regulatory framework for guiding land use as well as the future physical, economic, environmental, social, and cultural development in the municipality. The purpose of the new bylaws is to comply with Provincial legislation and to ensure future development is in alignment with Town goals and priorities.

    Affected Land
    All land within the Town of Moosomin boundaries.

    Public Inspection
    The bylaws and associated maps are posted online on the Town website or may be viewed in person at the Town office during regular office hours Monday to Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

    Public Hearing
    Council will hold a public hearing on the evening of Wednesday, October 13th at 7pm at the Town Office to hear any person or group that wants to comment on the proposed bylaws. Please contact the Town Office to make arrangements to call into the meeting if you are not able to appear in person. Council will also consider written comments that are received before the hearing sent by email to twn.moosomin@sasktel.net.

    Issued in the Town of Moosomin this 13thday of September, 2021.

  • July 15, 2021

    Due to the hot and dry weather that we have been experiencing the past short while, the Town of Moosomin Water Plant is nearing capacity to keep up with production of potable water.

    We want to ensure there is water available for human consumption and water reserve in case of fire, and therefore request that residents/businesses do not water grass between 8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. It is during this hottest period of the day, that the water evaporates and therefore needs significantly more water to achieve the same results as watering in the evening.

    It is expected that this daytime ban will remain in effect for the entire summer season, however, if it is lifted notice will be given to the public.

    – Moosomin Town Council

  • May 6, 2021

    The Town of Moosomin is proposing to adopt a new Official Community Plan (OCP) and Zoning Bylaw that will establish a policy and regulatory framework for guiding land use, economic, environmental, social, and cultural development as well as the delivery of infrastructure, services, and utilities in the Town. At this time, the Town is seeking your feedback on the Draft Bylaws before they are formally adopted by Council. Due to current COVID-19 restrictions, we please ask that you participate in this virtual Public Open House by following these directions:

    1. View the Draft Bylaws Maps by clicking these links:
      Draft Official Community Plan
      Draft Future Land Use Map
      Draft Zoning Bylaw
      Draft Zoning District Map

    2. Watch this video presentation that summarizes the project:
      Video Presentation

    3. Complete the Exit Survey at the following link to provide your feedback:

    4. The survey will remain open for two weeks until June 11, 2021.
      Thank you for participating in this important project!

  • April 7, 2021

    2013 Goshen- Ford E-350 Model: GCll
    Wheelchair lift, Wheelchair door, 3-fold away seats, 4 wheelchair restraints, transmission interlock, restraint storage (4)
    Approx. 120,000 KMS
    Asking price $40,000

    Please contact Jack Lemoine - Chairman of MOTOH Committee (Moosomin Organization for Transit of Handicap) at 306-408-0075
    MOTOH Committee P.O. Box 814 Moosomin, SK S0G 3N0

  • May 21, 2020


  • April 15, 2020


    Fill out the survey and e-mail to: msmn.rec.brd@sasktel.net

  • April 2, 2020

    The Saskatchewan Public Safety Agency is encouraging people to download the SaskAlert App so you can receive critical COVID-19 information in a timely manner. The app also allows people to choose how and when to hear the emergency alerts.

    The more people that have the app, the more efficient we can be with targeting people in a specific area, including the community of Moosomin and surrounding area, that might require emergency information.

  • March 25, 2020


    Even though the Town Office remains closed to the public during regular business hours, the Council meeting this evening (Wednesday, March 25, 2020) is open to the public at the regularly scheduled time.

    However, due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, anyone attending is asked to please maintain social distancing of at least 2 metres.


  • March 24, 2020

    For accurate, up-to-date information on COVID-19 in Saskatchewan including the latest public health measures, visit www.saskatchewan.ca/covid19. Use the online symptom checker, or for any personal health-related inquiries, call HealthLine at 811. Email questions can also be sent to COVID19@health.gov.sk.ca

Contact the Town of Moosomin!


701 Main Street, Moosomin, SK