• Rural Municipality of Moose Jaw

    The Rural Municipality (RM) of Moose Jaw (No.161) located in Southern Saskatchewan surrounding the City of Moose Jaw.

  • Agriculture Industry

    Agriculture is the primary industry in the RM of Moose Jaw. The robust rail infrastructure serves the industry well. The value-added agriculture processing industry is anchored by operations such as Cargill, Simpson Seeds, Pasqua Farms, and McDougall Acres Ltd.

    RM Economic Information
RM Moose Jaw Online Payment Information

The Rural Municipality of Moose Jaw No. 161 (RM #161) accepts on line payment directly to our bank account for all invoiced charges including partial and full property tax payments.

RM Moose Jaw Controlled Burn Fire Protection

Just a reminder to contact the Saskatchewan Control Burn number @ 1-866-404-4911 or the Moose Jaw fire department @ 306-692-2792 prior to commencement of all controlled burns, otherwise, the owner of the land will be charged if the Fire Department receives a call and responds to the fire on your property.

RM Moose Jaw Regular Meetings

Regular meetings of council are held on the second Tuesday of each month, with a morning start time, unless changed or postponed for reasons of conflict or other reasons. These dates are noted on the calendar – however, to ensure that a meeting is going ahead as scheduled and has not been changed, postponed or cancelled, contact the municipal office for up-to-date information.

News

2% Strychnine no longer available.

Please be advised that 2% liquid strychnine for gophers is no longer available at the RM of Moose Jaw due to changes in Federal Legislation.  An alternate product, Rozol, can be purchased through GWP Rodent Products directly. They can be reached at 306-694-8485. We apologize for the inconvenience.

24th Avenue will be closed for Railway Crossing maintenance Thursday, May 20th 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

Please use alternate route of 32nd Avenue and Brittania Road for access.

Sorry for inconvenience.

Leafy Spurge Beetle Collection day 2021

When: July 5th to 9th (5 days), 10 AM—3PM
*Dates are subject to change based on beetle emergence and weather. Contact your PHO prior to travelling to ensure the event dates have not changed.*
Where: Besant Campground (west of Caronport on Highway #1)

Leafy Spurge Beetle Collection 2021

Moose Jaw RM 161

2021 Census

Please help the RM of Moose Jaw No. 161 by filling out your Census.  Our grant money, paid by Governments is based on our population from the Census.

For our rural residents, please use your legal address under the street name, and under the City, use RM of Moose Jaw No. 161.

Thank you for doing your part!

Moose Jaw RM 161

Questionnaire – Planning & Development within the RM of Moose Jaw No.161

To our Valued Ratepayers in the RM of Moose Jaw No. 161

The RM of Moose Jaw would appreciate your feedback specific to Planning and Development in the Municipality.  Have your say by completing a short survey monkey questionnaire below.

Survey closes May 30, 2021.  Thank you for your feedback!

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/RM1612021

RM of Moose Jaw 161 Grater

Road Construction Notice

January 28, 2021

Local Residents and Landowners

Re: Road Construction Notice-Clay-cap project on TWP RD 170

Please be advised that the RM of Moose Jaw No. 161 will be proceeding with the clay-cap of 2 miles of TWP RD 170 (Caribou St. W.) heading east from the Boharm Grid. It is anticipated the project will be taking place in May 2021 and last approximately 3 weeks, depending on weather conditions.

Gee Bee Construction from Kipling, SK was awarded the tender for the project. Clay material will be hauled from RM owned property in Boharm and applied to the road surface.

While there will be some ditch work completed for sloping, etc., Gee Bee will not be impacting or disturbing any trees in the process. Furthermore, work will be conducted in a way to allow traffic to flow on ½ of the roadway while construction occurs on the remaining half.

Council for the RM of Moose Jaw appreciates your patience throughout this process. The result will provide a stronger and safer road surface for many years to come.

Please do not hesitate to call the Municipal office with any comments or concerns.

Sincerely,

Mike Wirges

Rural Municipal Administrator