2020 Application for Commercial Tax Deferral

Due to the strain COVID-19 has put on businesses, Town Council is offering a tax deferral program. If your commercial property taxes are paid up to date, you will have the opportunity to defer property taxes for 2020 for up to 12 months from the regular due date with no penalties or interest. With this program, 2020 property taxes must be paid in full by December 31, 2021. The business owner is responsible to submit this application for the Town of Foam Lake’s consideration; acceptance is not guaranteed. If you plan to take advantage of this program, we strongly encourage property owners to make monthly payments to reduce their tax balance. Please fill out the Application for Tax Deferral and return it to the Town Office.


Please visit www.saskatchewan.ca for the most up to date information available.

Vaccination appointments can now be booked in Foam Lake! Visit https://www.saskatchewan.ca/COVID19-vaccine. for more information!


Social Distance – Stay Connected!

Please see the following message from the Saskatchewan Health Authority:

For accurate, up-to-date information on COVID-19 in Saskatchewan including the latest public health measures, visit www.saskatchewan.ca/covid19. Use the online symptom checker, or for any personal health-related inquiries, call HealthLine at 811. Email questions can also be sent to COVID19@health.gov.sk.ca


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Last Day for Compost Pickup

Compost pickup began on May 6th! Pickup will continue every Monday and Thursday for the duration of the summer at the curbside. Please ensure your compost is in a clear bag. Black garbage bags or other types of bags that are not transparent will not be collected. Tree branches outside of bags will not be collected, however the Transfer Station will accept those items free of charge on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays. Last day for compost pickup will be October 17, 2019.

Water Line Flushing

Water line flushing will take place from May 14 to 17. You are reminded that the sediment in the lines is stirred up during this time and can create problems for laundry as water may be somewhat discolored. To reduce the sediment from entering your household lines, refrain or reduce water consumption during this time.