Voter Identification Matters
The purpose of the voter ID requirements is to maintain the integrity of local election processes. Your name and address must appear in some form on your voter identification documents. Bringing proper identification will ensure your voice is heard and will help your local election run as smoothly as possible.
Photo ID – Your BEST option to take to the polls
Acceptable photo identification is ID that is government-issued, valid and has your photo, name and address. If your identification does not meet these criteria it will not be recognized as an acceptable form of photo identification.
A valid Saskatchewan Driver’s Licence. (If you still have a two-piece licence, make sure you have both pieces).
A valid Saskatchewan ID card issued by SGI or any motor licence issuer. (Available for $10 or free for seniors).
Any other valid government issued photo ID issued by a Canadian government whether federal, provincial or municipal, or an agency of that government, so long as it includes your name and address.
Wawota Town Council has decided not to change curbside garbage pickup to bi-weekly.
As previously advertised, curbside garbage service was going to be on a bi-weekly pickup schedule commencing in October and ending March 31st. Upon discussing the decrease in this service with Regens Disposal, the result of a cost decrease was very limited. The cost of a six month bi-weekly service is very similar to the cost of weekly pickup service. Therefore, Town Council has decided to continue with the service that is currently provided.
If you have any questions regarding this notice please contact the Town Office.
– Town of Wawota
Application for Rental Housing Social housing is intended for low to moderate income households including families, seniors, and persons with a disability. Under the Social Housing Program, tenants are provided with rent that is geared to their household income.
You are eligible for the social housing benefit if:
- your household’s income and assets are at or below the limits established by Saskatchewan Housing Corporation (SHC) from time to time,
- you are able to live independently either alone or with supports,
- your household fits with the types of housing we have available in your community,
- you have good rental references from landlords, and
- you are not in Canada on a student visa or as a visitor.
If your application for the Social Housing Program is approved, the housing authority will review your housing circumstances and assess your level of need for housing. When a unit is available, the housing authority selects the household with the greatest housing need. If your application for the Social Housing Program is approved but no housing unit is available immediately, you may need to provide additional information to confirm you are still eligible for the program when a unit becomes available. If you are offered a housing unit, you will need to provide a security deposit.
The application form can be found in our Downloads section.
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