Staff members from the Saskatchewan Assessment Management Agency are in Carlyle this week completing re-inspections on properties in our area. We encourage you to allow access if a SAMA assessor visits your property.
SAMA assessors will have photo identification and a SAMA door sign on their vehicle.
This Saturday (August 20, 2016) we will be hosting the first Carlyle Fun Dayz; be sure to check out the events happening around town!
Also please note there will be a few road closures around town to accommodate the day’s events:
- the west side of Main Street will be CLOSED from 7:00AM – 12 Noon for the parade but will re-open after the parade finishes.
- The 100 Block of Souris Avenue West (in front of Library & The Observer) will be CLOSED from 7:00 AM – 8:00PM for the children’s area, entertainment & food trucks.
Follow the Carlyle Fun Dayz Facebook Page for more information.
The Town of Carlyle will be working on the 200 Block of Main Street on Wednesday, August 10, 2016 to repair a water line. Please be advised that there may be possible disruptions to water service during this time.
As well a precautionary drinking water advisory will be in effect for the 200 Block of Main Street effective August 10th until further notice due to the work in this area.
A local resident – 12 year old Carter Morrison attend the 2016 Olympics in Rio this past week – we were all so proud to see you walk with our country during the Olympic opening ceremonies!
Read more in this week’s Carlyle Observer: http://www.carlyleobserver.com/news/local-news/olympic-ambassador-carter-morrison-s-road-to-rio-1.2318200
And today we welcomed him home to Carlyle – complete with a Fire & Police escort! ♥
The Town of Carlyle invites applications for the position of Public Works employee, available immediately. The ideal applicant will have experience in equipment operation, and general maintenance. Preference will be given to applicants possessing a minimum of Class I Water Plant Operator Certification. As an ideal applicant you should also possess excellent communication, public relations, and time management skills, as well as the ability to work both independently and as part of a team. Applicants should submit a detailed resume, complete with a cover letter including three references, to:
Huguette Lutz, Chief Administrative Officer
Town of Carlyle
Carlyle, SK S0C 0R0
Applications will be accepted until a suitable candidate is recruited. We thank all applicants for their interest, but only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.