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.

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.


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Pool Rules
  • No running.
  • No diving (no flips) in all areas of the pool.
  • Weak swimmers should stay where they can touch.
    • To go past the first rope into the lanes you should complete Level 4 under the Red Cross Swim Kids or Level 3 under the Lifesaving Society’s SWIM. Both mean you can complete a 25 swim.
    • To go past the second rope into the deep tank you should complete Level 7 under the Red Cross Swim Kids or Level 5 under the Lifesaving Society’s SWIM. Both mean you efficiently support yourself in deep water without an aid or ledge to assist.
    • Completing a level does not guarantee access, lifeguards will judge swimmers abilities and advise them in how to stay safe.
  • Lifejackets are available to rent. Anyone wearing a lifejacket is a weak swimmer and needs to stay in the shallow, older kids should stay where they can touch if they really need a jacket.
  • Children 5 years and under must be within arm’s reach of an adult (16 years and over).
  • Waterslide
    • Ride feet first (not on your knees).
    • One at a time (rider ahead passes the Canadian Flag before your turn).
    • There is a height requirement of 1.3m (4’2”) marked on the wall. If your child does not meet the requirement you can either assist them going down or if they are old enough to catch them at the bottom of the slide as they exit.
    • No stopping on the waterslide.
  • You must be 12 years old to enter the sauna.
  • Mats / Toys
    • Do not stand on the mats.
    • Do not jump onto them from the edge.
    • Guests may bring their own equipment.
    • All mats / toys may be removed if pool is overcrowded or is a danger / nuisance to guests.
    • Mats / toys are not allowed on the waterslide / hot tub / or sauna.
  • No pushing, dunking or rough housing.
  • No chicken fights.
  • All patrons must shower before swimming.
  • No outside footwear on the deck.
  • No chewing gum in the pool.
  • No outside food or drink is allowed in the facility without permission from the concession manager.
  • Food or drink is not allowed in the changerooms or on the pool deck. Designated eating areas are provided on deck and in the lobby.
  • Diapers are not allowed in the pool. Use bathing suit and plastic or rubber pants or disposable swimming diapers.
  • Do not hang on the wall in the deep end.
  • Do not stand on, walk on, or jump off the spray bar ledge.
  • Lifeguards will enforce the rules as the City of Melfort regulates. If any guest is judged as a danger to themselves or other guests and they will not alter their behaviour, they will be asked to leave.
* This list may not include all the rule infractions that may occur. Any activity that is judged to be dangerous will be asked to stop.