Notice of SAMA Open House

Saskatchewan Assessment Management Agency (SAMA) will be conducting an open house on Wednesday, June 7, 2017, at City Hall to meet individually with property owners to discuss their assessment.

[Wed June 7]
2017 Budget Release

The 2017 budget was a challenging budget requiring difficult decisions to be made to balance the budget while ensuring key programs such as infrastructure maintenance and repair and the transfer to infrastructure replacement are not compromised.

Melfort Skatepark

Quick facts about the Skatepark development process

·         June, 2016:  Council approves Phase 1 of the Spruce Haven Park Development, which includes a budget of $720,700 for the construction of a Skatepark and site servicing. See:  Press Release 

·         July, 2016:  An RFP is issued for the Skatepark Design and Development, which is awarded to New Line Skateparks Inc.


Melfort Council Appoints New Manager

June 6, 2012

On behalf of City Council, Mayor Doug Terry announced the appointment of Michael Hotsko as the new City Manager.
Michael is currently the City Manager in Melville and will be taking up his new responsibilities effective August 7th. Mayor Terry said, “We are pleased to have Michael, with his years of municipal experience, to lead our management team. Council looks forward to working with him to continue to strengthen our service delivery and embark on new directions for the benefit of all residents of the city”.
Current City Manager, John Wade retires at the end of June. Mayor Terry expressed Council’s thanks to John for his years of service to the community. “John always had the best interests of the City in mind and worked to improve the City’s administration and policies. We wish him all the best in his retirement years”. 
Mayor Terry also announced that Heather Audette, City Clerk, will take on the responsibilities of City Manager for the interim.
Council received many applications and interviewed candidates from Alberta and Saskatchewan for the position.
For further information, contact:
Mayor Doug Terry
Ph. 306-752-5911