NEWS & EVENTS
Spring City-wide Registration

Melfort City Wide Spring Registration NIght will be held Wednesday April 5, 2017, in the NLP Lobby from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm.  Brochures are available at City Hall, the Kerry Vickar Centre and the Northern Lights Palace Pool.  Click here to view the online Spring City-wide Brochure.

[Wed, April 5]
McDonald's Restaurants Coming to Stone Gate Shopping Centre

McDonald's Restaurants has purchased land in the Stone Gate Shopping Centre. The familiar site of the golden arches will be seen as you drive into the City of Melfort in the future.

 
UTILITIES


Water & Sewer Service

The City of Melfort purchases high-quality potable water from the SaskWater Codette Lake regional water supply system. The primary responsibilities of the water and sewer division include potable water distribution, waste water collection and storm water management. City staff undertakes emergency repairs to the distribution and collection system as required, annual water main flushing and meter changes with programmed flushing for sanitary sewer and storm sewer lines.

Links:
Contact:
Sewer & Water Distribution Inquiries: (306) 752-5911 - City Hall
Water Supply Inquiries: (306) 752-6175 - SaskWater Treatment Plant


Waterworks Provisions

The Cities Regulations, Sections 22.1 to 22.6, require the following information to be reported to the public as part of the provincial government’s safe drinking water strategy. This information is to help water consumers understand the financial status of their municipal waterworks system and the need for municipalities to establish waterworks rates that cover waterworks costs, including capital costs, and to have capital plans in place that ensure safe drinking water.

Rate Policy

Investment Strategy

Financial Overview

The financial statement includes the following documents related to the City of Melfort utility operation:
    • consolidated statement of financial activities
    • statement of general utility fund equity in funded reserves
    • schedule of water and sewer utility operating fund
    • schedule of capital operations
    • schedule of reserves (utility fund)

Ratio of revenues compared to expenditures and debt payments - 2015:

Revenues:        $2,196,220       
Expenses + Debt Payments: $1,786,717 + $0.00
Ratio: =   1.23 : 1

 In 2015, waterworks revenues covered 123% of the waterworks expenditures

Note:
  • Expenditures do not include amortization of $541,187
  • Transfer to Capital Reserves:  $293,500
  • Transfer to Fleet Replacement:  $44,000
  • Interest payment from General Fund:  $100,000

Relevant Information