The Resort Village Of Candle Lake 

The Resort Village of Candle Lake is a great destination for vacationing, seasonal resort living or a community to call home so whether staying with us for a short time or long time enjoy your time with us here.

Candle Lake has a year round population of over 700 and approximately 1600 residential properties, over 500 seasonal recreational vehicle sites and 300 provincial park sites so our population can change radically during the seasons.

Candle Lake is proud to have a dedicated team of Volunteer Fire and First Responders Group, a Parks and Recreation Board, a Communities in Bloom Committee, and a Health Committee to help make this a healthy and safe community to visit and live in.

We have many active organizations including a community church, a curling rink, a seniors club and a snowmobile club who all help to make this a a fun filled community that sponsors activities for all ages.

A special Thank you to Dennis Chamberlain who has provided us the beautiful pictures that you see on our website. Check his work out at Timberland Gallery!!

There have been numerous request to have the link for the newsletter on the main page for ease of access please follow the directions below to access the current month's newletter. The current month will be listed below while previous month's will be archived on the SERVICES heading under the Parks and Recreation tab. Hope that many find this way easier to access the newsletter.

CANDLE LAKE WELCOME GUIDE 2017  sponsored by the Candle Lake Chamber of Commerce

CANDLE LAKE COUNCIL PERFORMANCE EVALUATION to be voluntarily completed and returned to the RVCL office.

NEW: ATTENTION:  THE RVCL WILL NO LONGER BE ACCEPTING CREDIT CARD PAYMENT FOR TAXES EFFECTIVE AUGUST 8TH, 2016 AS PER COUNCIL RESOLUTION 318/2016.

 

Notice to Public:  The Firesmart Thinning program will begin the week of January 15, 2018.  You may notice an increase in smoke in certain areas.  Also, there will be firewood available for the public.  The wood off of Simon Lehne is available to the public only once it has been counted.  Piles once counted will have an orange mark on them.  Wood along Lakeview Drive North will require a free permit from Sask Parks prior to colletion.  Contact their office for information 306-929-8400.  We will updated this site once wood is available.

IMPORTANT NOTICE:  The Speed on Industrial Drive has been reduced to 40

Council Meeting Agenda - January 12, 2018

Public Notice - Boat Dock/Lift Bylaw Review Committee Meeting - January 18, 2018

Public Notice - RV Site Fee Review Committee Meeting - January 18, 2018

Public Notice - Budget Committee Meeting - January 25, 2018

Winter Landfill Hours Resume October 10th, 2017

2016 MUNICIPAL ELECTION RESULTS

Precautionary Drinking Water Advisory - For the Municipal Office and buildings, Community Hall, Health Clinic and Fire Hall.

DRAFT BOAT DOCK/LIFT BYLAW   (NOTICE: COUNCIL WOULD LIKE COMMENTS ON THE BYLAW AT THE UPCOMING SUBDIVISION MEETINGS JULY 8TH, & 15TH, 2017)

DRAFT TRAFFIC BYLAW 12 OF 2017 NOTICE:  COUNCIL WOULD LIKE COMMENTS FOR THIS BYLAW PRIOR TO MARCH 2018, please forward any comments onto rvcandlelakeoffice@sasktel.net

Carrying Capacity Study prepared by Urban Systems

Click on the links below to access the Newsletter/Financials:

Budget 2016

2016 Audited Financial Statements

** Please note: the Candle Lake landfill site will no longer accept any liquid waste such as oils, fuels, antifreeze, etc. Also, batteries and electronics are no long accepted for recycling at the landfill.  The Prince Albert Sarcan will accept these items for recycling.  Anyone caught dumping of any of these materials could be fined up to $1,000.

Parks and Rec Newsletter (December 2017)

Parks and Rec Newletter (January 2018)

January Health Clinic Hours

February Health Clinic Hours

General Office Services Fees Policy - July 2014

RESORT VILLAGE OF CANDLE LAKE ROADS & YOU (Click Here)

 Scheduled Council meetings: 

Council Meeting Dates for 2018:   Council meetings start at 9:00 a.m.  The meeting dates for 2018 are set as follows: January 12, February 16, March 9, April 13 May 11, June 8, July 13, July 27 if required, August 10, August 24 if required, September 14, October 12, November 9 and December 14, 2018.

Councilors may be attending via telephone.  The Municipalities Act S. 125

Council meetings may convene to a closed session after open council agenda has been completed and reconvening into an open session to ratify any direction from closed session.

Candle Lake Official Community Plan (OCP) which replaced the Basic Planning Statement October 29, 2014. 

Amendment to Official Community Plan: Bylaw 15 of 2015

Candle Lake Zoning Bylaw 03-2016

Bylaw 10 - 2016 - A Bylaw to amend Zoning Bylaw 03-20016

Bylaw 24-2016 - a Bylaw to amend Zoning Bylaw 03-2016

Bylaw 15-2016 - a Bylaw to amend Zoning Bylaw 03-2016

Bylaw 02 - 2017 - a Bylaw to amend Zoning Bylaw 03-2016

 

           

       

 

 


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