Bylaws, Policies, Permits
Below is a listing of Town of Naicam bylaws and policies. This is not a complete listing of ALL bylaws and policies, but a selection that the administration has posted for ease of access for the benefit of the community. We have just begun to post these items and as such the list is not complete, if there is something you would like to see posted, please contact us with your request and it may be accommodated as time allows. We also make an effort to keep this list as up to date as possible, but the time relevancy of the documents cannot be guaranteed.
Building, Zoning, Development
Accounts Receivable Collections: Policy 2020-001
Council Remuneration: Policy 2017-015
General Penalty: Bylaw 2012-006
Investments: Policy 2019-003
NSF Fees: P2016-017
Office Fees & Procedures: Policy 2017-009
Per-Diem: Policy 2017-014
Purchasing: Policy 2017-018
Reserves: Policy 2019-004
Utility Bill Collection: Policy 2016-016
(For Taxes including discounts and interest see the Tax section)
Administrative: 2021-001 Administrative Bylaw
Asset Management: Policy 2018-003
Civic Addressing: Bylaw 2011-004
Council Code of Ethics: Bylaw 2017-001
Council Procedure: Bylaw 2019-005
Delegation: Policy 2010-076
Employee Code of Conduct: Policy 2016-013
Elections: Policy 2018-001
Harassment & Zero Tolerance: Policy 2017-010
Noise: Bylaw 2019-006
Nuisance Abatement: Bylaw 2012-009
Public Disclosure: P2016-012
Public Notice: Bylaw 2005-007
Licensing & Permits
(For Building/Zoning/Development see that section above)
Parks & Recreation
Public Works & Services
Commercial Tax Concessions: Policy 1983-005
Property Tax Incentives and Penalties: 2021-003 Property Tax Incentives and Penalties Bylaw
Tax Tools (Minimum, Base, Mill Rate Factors): 2023-003 Tax Tools Bylaw
Many of our permit applications are available online as fillable or printable PDF forms.
Waste Collection Bins (non-confirming)
- Under Section 6 of Bylaw #2020-004, the Waste management Bylaw, a permit is required to place a waste collection container (bin), other than the containers provided by REACT under our curbside program, on a residential property.
- Conditions of permits may be regulated through a policy of the Town or otherwise at the discretion of Administration on a case-by-case basis.
- Restrictions may be placed on the length of time a container may be in place, and on the type, size and placement of containers.
- The container may not negatively impact the safety, health, or welfare of the people in the neighbourhood or amenity of the neighbourhood.
- Permits may be issued for purposes such as construction, demolition, renovation, or Town authorized community wide clean-up events. All other purposes may be authorized at the discretion of Administration and may not generally include use for day-to-day household waste.
- Permits issued and associated policies or regulations may be subject to such fees as may be deemed reasonable by the Town.
- Permit extensions or renewals may be authorized and may be subject to additional fees or regulation.
- Violation of an issued permit or failure to obtain a permit constitutes a violation of this Bylaw.
Building, Renovations Demolitions
- Permits are required for Building or Demolition prior to changes being made to your structure, Plumbing or Electrical, or prior to any new construction or demolition beginning. There is a permit application fee and drawings required to be submitted to the Building Official.
- Renovations to existing buildings that are not structural may not require a permit. Contact the office for details.
- No permits are required for fences, trees, shrubbery, or retaining walls, but a bylaw is in place to control placement, allowable height, etc.
Special Occasions, Fireworks & Fundraising
- Special Occasions (community events, fundraisers and other special occasions)
- Liquor License authorization for outdoor events
- Street Closure Permits
- Noise Bylaw Exemptions
- Fireworks – permits required and available from the Municipal Office.
- Fundraising & Raffles
- Groups must obtain a Lottery Licenses for all raffles, 50/50’s and other draws. Licenses are best obtained through the SLGA.
- Charitable Gaming Licenses for Bingos, Texas Hold’em Tournaments, Monte Carlo (Mock Casino) events, Draws, etc. are regulated by and available from the SLGA (Saskatchewan Liquor & Gaming).
- Non-Profit Groups may be eligible for a partial grant back from SLGA after submitting their final report to the SLGA for licenses obtained from the SLGA directly. We are happy to assist you in applying for your license.