Bylaws are tools used by City Council to authorize and regulate different activities within the community. The purpose of bylaws are to ensure the city and community are healthy, safe and well governed.
If you have a question or concern regarding one of the City's bylaws, please use the communication form below to submit your comments to the Bylaw Enforcement Department. PLEASE NOTE: All complaints are treated as confidential. We may need to contact you to obtain additional information regarding your submission. However, due to privacy concerns, we will be unable to provide you details regarding the enforcement of a complaint beyond letting you know that the complaint has been followed up on.
The goal of the Bylaw Department is to resolve as many issues as possible through informal channels. This may involve speaking to the individual in violation of a bylaw and issuing a warning or requesting a change in behavior. We encourage residents to attempt to speak to their neighbors about their concerns before proceeding to a bylaw complaint, but we recognize that this is not always possible. If needed, the City may issue tickets or further orders to correct a situation.
To read the most frequently referenced bylaws, visit our City Bylaws page. To request a bylaw not on the page, please contact City Hall.
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City of Meadow Lake Indoor Facilities Masking in Effect September 15, 2021
The City of Meadow Lake is advising residents that masks will be required at all indoor City facilities starting Wednesday September 15, 2021. Wearing masks is an effective way to limit the spread of COVID-19 while vaccination is still encouraged as the best protection against the virus. Residents are encouraged to bring their own masks when attending at City facilities.
City Council is working to determine what effect this mask mandate will have on the Civic Centre come November 1, once it is no longer being used by the Saskatchewan Health Authority.
While the vast majority of employees and visitors to City facilities will be required to mask up, please note the following exceptions: • children under 2 years of age, persons who are medically exempt and individuals who cannot place or remove masks without assistance are not required to wear a mask • masks are not required while in the pool • masks can be removed while seated to consume food or beverages
The City consults regularly with medical health experts to re-evaluate health and safety measures. We will continue to provide regular updates to our residents and employees. The City thanks all residents for their cooperation as we work together to keep our community healthy and safe.