Please take note that Naicam sewer line will be jetted this Friday, September 20, 2019. Residents should close and secure toilet lids and wrap a towel around the base of the toilet. Homes with working backflow valves should not be affected.
A new employment opportunity is available in our Public Works Department. Please visit our Jobs page for details!
Town of Naicam Jobs
Call for nominations for a Naicam byelection has been posted for 1 Councillor position. Nomination day is Sept 18, 2019 from 9 am – 4 pm, though you can hand in nomination forms to the Returning Officer, Ferne Hebig during office hours prior to September 18th a well.
Forms can be obtained from the Town Office or be downloaded from our elections page at http://townofnaicam.ca/gov/elections/.
Please visit our Elections Page for important information on election and candidate guides that highlight who qualifies as a candidate, who can vote and what to expect when you run for office.
Our Naicam Public Works Department will be exercising water valves today. Water may be discoloured but still safe to drink. If you see discolouration run cold water before hot until it runs clear.
Click the link to view the Summer Student 2017 Job Descriptions. Posting including deadline to apply and how to apply is below.
The Town of Naicam wishes to engage a firm to provide regular maintenance services to the Naicam Cemetery on a one year contractual basis and now invites bids from prospective Bidders.
Duties to Include:
- Cutting Grass;
- Trimming grass;
- Seeding Grass;
- Grounds keeping Duties.
Please state hourly or seasonal rate.
Frequency: Weekly and after use (successful bidder will be notified of either scheduled, or emergency use as needed.)
The successful bidder must note if they are providing their own equipment and supplies. Bids not containing this information will be considered non-responsive.
Bidders must include their GST#, PST#, proof of insurance and WCB clearance with their bid. All bids must include all applicable fees and taxes. The successful bidder must also maintain a Town of Naicam business license and have all other Town of Naicam accounts in good standing.
Bids must be delivered to the Town of Naicam in person, by mail or via e-mail on or before Friday, May 5, 2017 at 12:00 hours local time. Contract to begin May 15, 2017 unless weather permits an earlier start date to be negotiated.
Tenders will be presented to Council at the regular meeting of council on May 9, 2017. The bidders or their representatives may choose to attend.
Prospective Bidders are invited to contact the municipal office with any questions, concerns or to schedule a walk-through of the cemetery grounds. The Town of Naicam is not required to accept the lowest or any bidder.
Submit bids to:
Town of Naicam
PO Box 238, 208 1st Ave N
Naicam, SK S0K 2Z0
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Naicam, SK – Dec 29, 2016 – The Town of Naicam is embarking on a major upgrade to the Viking SportsPlex, in order to provide improved accessibility, safety and functionality of the community facility. The Government of Canada announced on December 21st, 2016 that the Canada 150 Community Infrastructure Program (CIP) is investing $4,390,906 in 62 recreational and cultural projects across Saskatchewan. The Viking SportsPlex in Naicam is among the 62 projects approved under this grant.
The Canada 150 Community Infrastructure Program will provide 50% of costs amounting to $42,250 for the project, while the Town of Naicam will provide the remainder of the funding, gathered from a variety of sources. Upgrades currently approved under the grant include new rubber flooring, taller safety glass in the rink, a kids play area, a wheelchair lift to the bleacher area and some landscaping at the curling rink. The project is scheduled to be completed by September 30, 2017, with large portions of the project finished as early as March 31, 2017.
“It is important for us to be able to provide the residents of Naicam and our visiting spectators, players and groups with an accessible, safe and enjoyable place to gather,” says Mayor Rodger Hayward. “These upgrades will not only make our facility safer and more accessible, but will improve functionality and usability for years to come. Without grants like this, these sorts of major upgrades just wouldn’t be possible for a small communities like ours.”
The Town of Naicam is a community of approximately 700 people in East Central Saskatchewan approximately 224 kilometers north of Regina and 50 km south of Melfort. From youth skating and curling to adult hockey, and from bonspiels and tournaments to community fundraisers, the Viking Sports Plex is the hub of the Naicam and District recreational community. All of the sports teams in the town are called the “Naicam Vikings” in honour of the original Norwegian and Scandanavian people that settled the area. The facility also houses a concession booth, mezzanine, three sheet curling rink, and virtual golf simulator.
The only changes to the hours of the Waste Transfer Station is that it will close at 3:00pm on Saturday, Dec 24th, 2016.