This page is available for community members to post any news items on a monthly basis.

 

If you have something that you would like to post on the website for the upcoming month, please drop off any items at the Village Office by the 25th of the month.

 

Submissions can also be made by e-mail:

St. Louis Bowling Alley now offers glow bowling.  If interested, for information or bookings contact Ellen at 422 - 8237.

2018 Dog Licenses are now available from the Village Office.  Please stop by and license your pet for 2018.  Fees for 2018 will be:

 

Females- $10.00

Males - $10.00

 

Mass Schedule for July 2018

 

Roman Catholic Services

St. Louis -  Sunday @ 9:00 a.m.

 

Domremy - Sunday @ 11:00 a.m.

 

River’s Edge Villa—Saturday @ 3:30 p.m.

 

Anglican Services

Emmanuel Church Sunday Worship Services are at 9:30 a.m.  Everyone is welcome.

 

 

2018 Waste & Recycle Collection Schedule is now available.

 

SPEED LIMITS

Please be aware that the Village has a speed limit of 40 km/h on all streets, including Riverside Drive. (except in School Zones, which are marked, where it is 30 km/h).

 

There is an increasing problem with speed on Riverside Drive and the Village will be installing more signage to educate the public.  The RCMP will be enforcing speed limits.

 

Please ensure to drive with safety and within the posted speed limits on municipal streets.  If the problem persists Council will be looking at further alternatives to controlling the speed on Riverside Drive.

 

Thank you for your cooperation.

 

 

 St. Louis Housing Authority

 

·        3 bedroom family social housing units available.

·         Rent is calculated based on 30% of gross monthly income

·         In order to qualify for family social housing you must have at least one dependant

·         Assets below $50,000

·         An annual income below $48,500

·         Contact info – St. Louis Housing Authority,

         Box127, Phone 306-961-7654

,    Email- stacyd@sasktel.net

·         Application forms may be collected – Village Office,

 

SIGN CORRIDOR

Please be advised that the Village of St. Louis has been approved for an advertising sign corridor on the southeast side of the intersection to Provincial Highways # 2 & # 25, travelling north.  Opportunities are now available for local businesses to advertise within the Sign Corridor.  Any business or service club wishing to advertise in this corridor must be located within the municipal limits of the Village of St. Louis or within 10 kms of the Sign Corridor.

 

There is currently space for 20 advertisers at this location and advertising spots will be allocated on a first paid basis.  Permit application will be available from the St. Louis Village Office beginning April 4, 2016.

Each permitted advertiser will be required to provide the Village with a 4’ x 8’ advertising sign constructed of approved material (at their cost).  The Village must give approval of all sign proofs before you have it constructed and installed.

 

There is a $300 installation fee (materials and labour) and an annual advertising fee of $200 (administration, land rental and maintenance).  This is payable to the Village of St. Louis at the time of application.

 

Contact the St. Louis Village Office for more information .

  

NEWSLETTER ADVERTISING RATES

 

As communicated in earlier Newsletter editions, the St. Louis Newsletter has developed advertising insertion rates to begin with any submissions for the May 2018 Community Newsletter.

 

Anyone wishing to advertise or place a submission into the Newsletter will be required to pay the following rates:

 

1/8 Page—$10

1/4 Page—$10

 

1/3 Page—$15

1/2 Page—$15

 

3/4 Page—$20

Full Page—$20

 

You can also submit your own full page ad for no charge if you deliver 341 copies to the Village Office by the 20th of each month.  These copies will be added as an insert to the Newsletter.

 

These changes were required to ensure the sustainability of the Newsletter.  Thank you.

  

 BYLAW ENFORCEMENT SERVICES

The Village will again be contracting with EPS Management Services Inc. of Prince Albert to provide help in the area of Bylaw enforcement May through September this year.

 

Initially, they will be targeting the Nuisance Abatement Bylaw and the Dog Licensing and Control Bylaw.

 

The Nuisance Abatement Bylaw deals with any yards or properties that are “untidy” or “unsightly” including overgrown grass and weeds, solid waste accumulations, old vehicles and any other waste materials kept on a property or encroaching onto municipal property or road allowances.  The Dog Licensing and Control Bylaw deals with unlicensed dogs, dogs running at large, dogs barking or howling constantly so as to create a nuisance and dogs defecating on property not that of their owner and not being cleaned up.

 

Uniformed officers will be in the community and they will have full authority to enforce the regulations of the Bylaws and issue violation notices as required.  If you have any areas that you think may be a concern, please rectify at your earliest convenience or you may be subject to a violation notice.  This includes maintaining your yard and property and ensuring that your dogs are licensed.  Thank you for your cooperation.

 

You cooperation with these enforcement officers is expected and appreciated.

 

SKATING RINK CARETAKER TENDERS

The St. Louis Skating Rink Committee is now accepting tenders for the upcoming 2018-19 season for the position of contracted Skating Rink Caretaker.  The season will commence in mid-October 2018 with duties continuing until, approximately, March 15, 2019. (subject to change)  Approximately a 5 month service contract.

 

Duties and responsibilities for the Skating Rink Caretaker are as follows:

 

Daily maintenance of the ice surface including repairing cracks, all resurfacing requirements, etc.

All zamboni maintenance including refilling of propane tanks, sharpening of zamboni blades, oil changes and required daily servicing.

All minor repairs to building and equipment.

Daily cleaning of entire rink including washrooms, lobby, bleacher area and dressing rooms.

Some booking of ice rentals and collection of fees

Any other duties as assigned by the St. Louis Rink Committee.

 

Please note that supplies (propane, etc.)  may be required 1 or 2 times per week from Prince Albert and this mileage amount is to be included as part of your tender offer.  The successful candidate will be asked to enter into a contract agreement with the St. Louis Skating Rink for the duties of caretaker.

 

Please submit your written contract tender stating the monthly amount that you would be able to provide the above services for.

Tenders will be accepted until August 31, 2018, by mail to:

 

ST. LOUIS CARETAKER TENDERS

St. Louis Skating Rink

Box 330

St. Louis, Sask.

S0J 2C0

 

If you have any questions about the duties and responsibilities of the caretaker or would like further information, please contact Marcel Phaneuf @ (306) 422 – 8540.

 

Sincerely,

ST. LOUIS RINK COMMITTEE

 

DOGS AT LARGE

With the warmer weather, more dogs are being reported to be running at large in the community.

 

The Village is attempting to control this issue with the resources that we have available but we ask for residents help by submitting photo evidence of dogs at large after hours.  Please take photos or report any dogs at large to villageofstlouis@sasktel.net and we will attempt to identify the dog to our database and enforce the regulations of the municipal dog bylaw.  If you are having problems with a specific dog, contact the office for help in rectifying the issue.

 

Please be a responsible dog owner and ensure that your pets are leashed when off your property.  Do not let your dog roam into neighboring yards or onto municipal streets.  This includes allowing them out at night to do their business off of your property. 

 

Thank you.

 

SUMMER ETIQUETTE

When outdoors enjoying the summer season please be mindful of these simple rules:

· Respect local noise bylaws so as not to cause a disturbance for your neighbors or the public in general.  Remember that people sleep with their windows open in the summer.

· Use sidewalks, where possible, for walking and jogging and the road allowance for biking.

· Do not trespass onto private property, including lawns.

· Ensure that you clean up after your pets.

· Do not litter.

· Keep the barking and howling of dogs to a minimum.

· Walk your dog on a proper leash.

· When using municipal facilities (park, ball diamonds, etc.) please clean up your area of use upon vacating.

 

Respecting these simple rules will allow all residents to enjoy their time outside this summer.  Thank you for being thoughtful and courteous to your neighbors and for keeping our community clean, safe and enjoyable for all.

 

SUMMER STUDENT

The Village of St. Louis has hired Reese Jenny as a summer student worker in the Village Maintenance Department.

This position was made possible through the Canada Summer Jobs Grant Program.

Reese will be working for the months of July and August doing various tasks including mowing, trimming and painting.

 

VILLAGE OFFICE CLOSED IN JULY

Please be advised that the Village Office will be closed for the following stat holiday and vacation days in July:

 

July 2, 12, 13, 16, 17, 18, 19 & 20

 

Please conduct any business that you need to do at the Office around these days.  Thank you.

 

TREE TRIMMING

Residents are asked to check their property for any trees, hedges or branches that may be encroaching past their property onto other private property or into streets, alleyways or the walking portion of sidewalk areas.

 

Please trim back all these areas so that they are contained within your property.  This will help ensure maintenance equipment can have the required access to complete their tasks and allows all pedestrians to enjoy the sidewalk areas.

Thank you.

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