Director of Recreation and Culture


If you are looking for an exciting opportunity and an improvement in your quality of life, the Town of Grenfell offers you a safe, active and environmentally conscious community that is close to the City of Regina but far away from the hustle and bustle. Grenfell is a south east Saskatchewan community of approximately 1400 people (Sask Health Covered Population).Director of Recreation Advertisement

The Town is seeking the services of a qualified, professional, outgoing individual to fill the role of the Director of the Recreation and Culture department as a term position of 3 months with a possibility of extension. The position is full-time, and out-of-scope (non-unionized). Reporting to the CAO, you will be responsible for the direction, general management and overall administration of the Recreation and Culture Department and initiation of the Grenfell Recreation Board. Developing the goals, objectives and practices required for the effective operation of the Department, you will lead a team of employees to staff our seasonal needs and plan programs which provide balanced recreation/leisure services for the residents of Grenfell.

You are an accomplished leader and manager of programs, facilities and people. Communicating with partners, users and other departments is an essential part of your managing skills. A degree or diploma in recreation/leisure studies would be an asset. At least two years’ experience in managing an organization is essential. You are a manger with knowledge of budgeting, planning, project management and funding opportunities, you are ready to take on a key role with a community that truly recognizes the importance of recreation.

The salary range for the position is based to commensurate with experience. The Town offers a competitive benefits plan after a successful probationary period.

In confidence, qualified candidates are encouraged to electronically submit their resume, a covering letter, three work related references, and salary expectations to the following address by no later than 4:30 p.m. on July 26th, 2018 to:
RE: Director of Recreation and Culture Competition
Inquires may be made to:
Brenna Ackerman, CAO
Town of Grenfell, SK

A Director of Recreation and Culture job description is available upon request and only those candidates selected to be interviewed will be contacted.

Abandoned Dogs within Town Limits

At 12:30 on Tuesday, June 26, 2018 the Council for the Town of Grenfell held an emergency special meeting to discuss the situation of the abandoned dogs and a reported physical encounter within town limits.

After much discussion it was decided to have the dogs euthanized. At 1:35 p.m. this was carried out. All possible precautions were taken during this process to both ensure the safety of the citizens of Grenfell, and make the process as painless as possible for the affected dogs.

The Town of Grenfell would like to thank its many residents who have spent the last several days caring for these abandoned animals, and ensuring they did not suffer in their time of peril.

While we recognize this decision will be difficult to handle for many people, Council felt that all available options were exhausted over the last several days, and the safest route for the residents of Grenfell was to have the dogs euthanized.

This decision was made in consultation with various agencies including the RCMP, veterinarians, animal protection services and citizens. If anyone has any questions about the decision made or the process that led to it, we encourage you to reach out to any Council member or the CAO.

This was a difficult day for all of us. Let us always remember that the responsibility and care for animals should not be taken lightly, and there are always better options than abandoning animals who so very much depend on us for survival. Some of the options surrendering pets are the SPCA or local pet rescues.

This is a situation that has not been seen in our town, and Council has committed to reviewing our procedures and available resources to better handle a similar situation should it ever arise in the future.


Town of Grenfell

Grenfell Recreational Park Job Postings

Recreational Staff Job Opportunities
The Town of Grenfell is looking for up to seven qualified, energetic and motivated Recreational Workers for the 2018 Grenfell Recreational Park Season. Positions are open for a Day Camp Leader and Assistants; and Mini-store Workers.
Minimum Skills, Experience & Qualifications for All Positions:
• Ability to effectively communicate with the public.
• A current Standard First Aid certificate, CPR C/AED is an asset.
• HIGH FIVE training an asset.
• WHIMIS training an asset.
• Must be familiar with working in a computerized environment utilizing Microsoft Office, and a willingness to be trained in BookingBug, Square, or other programs used by the employer.
• Clean Criminal record including vulnerable sector, for those applicants of age.
Must be at least 14 years old & obtain a Certificate of Completion from the Young Workers Readiness Certificate Course (YWRCC) if 15 years old and under.
Additional Skills, Experience, Qualifications & Information:
• Reporting directly to the Town of Grenfell’s Director of Recreation & Culture.
Unique Position Requirements for All Positions
• Seasonal employment during June, July and August 2018 (pending on position)
• Working conditions are mainly outdoors in late spring and summer weather conditions.
• Staff shall work flexible hours of work which may include evenings, weekends, and Statutory Holidays, and may exceed eight (8) hours per day or forty (40) hours per calendar week but shall not exceed the total number of working hours in any given month based on eight (8) hours per day without receiving overtime.
• Shifts may start as early as 6:00am and the last shift ending as late as midnight, scheduled a minimum of two weeks in advance and will revolve around school schedules.
• Incumbent will become a member of the CUPE bargaining unit after 30 days of employment and will have the option to enrol in the MEPP pension plan.
• May be required to assist with daily bank deposits.
Requirements for Applications
Qualified applicants can send a resume including references and a copy of certificates to Town of Grenfell, Director of Recreation & Culture, Danean Karlunchuck at or by mail to Town of Grenfell, ATTN: Director of Recreation & Culture, 800 Desmond St., PO Box 1120, Grenfell, SK, S0G 2B0. Only those chosen for interviews will be contacted.
If you require further information call Danean at 306-697-2894.
Detailed job descriptions are available by emailing a request to
Deadline for applications: May 25, 2018 at 11:59pm.

2018 Recreational Park Staff Job Description

2018 Day Camp Leader Job Description

2018 Day Camp Assistant Job Description

Public Notice: Initial Consideration of Zoning Bylaw Amendment


Public notice is hereby given that the Council of the Town of Grenfell intends to initially consider a bylaw under The Planning and Development Act, 2007 to amend Bylaw No. 693-14, known as the Zoning Bylaw. Initial consideration will be made during the Regular Meeting of Council to be held on February 1, 2018 beginning at 7:00pm in the Town Office Council Chambers.


The proposed bylaw will replace the current Zoning District Map with a revised Zoning District Map.


See Attached Map

Zoning Map Draft – Proposed Amendment Considered Feb 1 2018


The reasons for the amendment are:

  • To consolidate previous zoning amendments on one map
  • To assign zoning districts to parcels between and adjacent to Sim Avenue and Highway 1
  • To apply the R2 – Multiple Dwelling Residential District to all properties with existing legal non-conforming multiple unit dwellings as well as other areas within the Town to allow for future development of multiple unit dwellings.
  • To apply the R1 – Low Density Residential District to a portion of the area zoned FUD – Future Urban Development in the northeast area of the Town
  • To apply the CS – Community Service District to one property to align the zoning designation of the property with its current use.
  • To apply the C2 – Commercial/Light Industrial District to properties north of Wolseley Ave between Pacific Street and Qu’Appelle Street.
  • To apply the HPC – High/Profile Commercial/Light Industrial District to properties along the west side of Highway 47 between Assiniboia Ave and Alberta Street.


Any person may inspect the bylaw at the municipal office between 9:00 am and 4:30 pm on Monday to Friday excluding statutory holidays. Copies are available at cost.


Issued at Town of Grenfell this 24th day of January, 2018.

Signed: Victoria MacDonald, CAO





Grenfell Community Hall Cooler Proposal

The Cooler from the Grenfell Community Hall has been replaced by a donation of a different cooler from the Grenfell Lions Club.

The Town of Grenfell is requesting proposals for disposal of the old cooler. If you or your organization is interested, please prepare a proposal by January 11th at 4:30 p.m. for consideration at the next meeting of Council on January 18th, 2018. For more information, please contact the Town Office at 306-697-2815 or email

For Sale By Tender – Canteen Cooler (closing Dec. 14/17)

The Town of Grenfell is offering for sale by tender a Coldstream brand upright cooler, Model # RSCP7265 that had been used in the Community Hall Bar until a new one was recently donated by the Grenfell & District Lions Club. It works however it is noisy. It will be sold as-is and the successful bidder must be able to transport the unit themselves.

·         Height – 81 inches
·         Width – 73 inches
·         Depth – 73 inches
·         Various Shelves (adjustable)

Contact the Town of Grenfell for further information if required.

The following information must be contained in the written and sealed submission received by the Town on or before the deadline:

  • Contact name, address and phone number of the bidder
  • Total price that the bidder will pay for the unit
  • A statement that the bidder will pick up the unit no later than January 15, 2018 (during operating hours Mon-Fri 8:00 am – 4:00 pm)
  • Signature of the bidder

Deadline: Thursday, December 14, 2017.  Unit must be picked up by January 15, 2018.

The opening of the bids will be public at the December 21, 2017 Council meeting.

Sealed tenders will be received no later than 4:30 p.m., Thursday, December 14, 2017 by mail or personal delivery (no fax or e-mail) to:

Town of Grenfell
Box 1120, 800 Desmond Street, Grenfell, SK. S0G 2B0

The Town of Grenfell is not responsible for any costs incurred to the company or individual in creating their submission. The Town of Grenfell reserves the right to not award the bid.


(Text as Advertised in the Herald Sun)

An electronic full text version of the proposed bylaw is available here: Proposed BYLAW 737-17 – Zoning Amendment 


Public Notice is hereby given that the Council of the Town of Grenfell intends to adopt a bylaw under The Planning and Development Act, 2007 to amend Bylaw No. 693-14, known as the Zoning Bylaw.

INTENT – The proposed bylaw will add and remove specific permitted and discretionary uses to all zoning districts, clarify regulations and provide some basic housekeeping amendments. Specifically, the bylaw amendment will add municipal facilities as permitted a use in all zoning districts, add places of worship, day care centres and pre-schools as a discretionary use in all residential districts, add residential care homes as a discretionary use in the Residential Multiple Dwelling District – R2, remove fertilizer sites as a permitted use in the Commercial/Light Industrial District – C2, and remove keeping of livestock as a permitted use in the Future Urban Development District – FUD. The amendment also addresses clarification of definitions, payment in lieu of required off-street parking, maximum sign size in the High Profile Commercial/Light Industrial District – HPC, and height of freestanding canopies in the High Profile Commercial/Light Industrial District – HPC.

REASON – A number of housekeeping amendments are required to be consistent with the Town’s Official Community Plan, other existing bylaws, as well as to accommodate existing uses which were not addressed in the adoption of Bylaw No. 693-14.

PUBLIC INSPECTION – Any person may inspect the bylaws at the Town Office between the hours of 9 a.m. and 12 noon, and 1 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, excluding statutory holidays. Copies are available at cost.

PUBLIC HEARING – Council will hold a public hearing on November 16, 2017, at 6:30 p.m. in Council Chambers at the Town Office, located at 800 Desmond Street, to hear any person or group who wants to comment on the proposed bylaw. Council will also consider written comments received at the hearing (or delivered to the undersigned at the municipal off before the hearing).

Issued at the Town of Grenfell, in the Province of Saskatchewan this 27th day of October, 2017.

Victoria MacDonald
Chief Administrative Officer

Town to Pass Bylaw to Amend Zoning Bylaw

View the Full PDF here:
Zoning Bylaw Amendment – 737-17

Public notice is hereby given that the Council of the Town of Grenfell will pass a Bylaw to Amend Bylaw No. 693-14 Known as the Zoning Bylaw at their regular council meeting on October 19, 2017.


Any person may inspect the bylaw at the Town of Grenfell office between 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., Monday to Friday excluding statutory holidays.

For further information, please contact:

Victoria Macdonald, MA
Chief Administrative Officer
Town of Grenfell

Employment Opportunities: Caretaker Positions

The Grenfell Athletic Association (GAA), in conjunction with the Town of Grenfell, is accepting contract tenders for a lobby and arena facility caretaker for the 2017-2018 winter season. This tender is encouraged but not required to be made in combination with the Lobby Caretaker Position. Tenders for this position will be accepted until September 29, 2017. The position commences October 1, 2017 and ends March 31, 2018.

For more detail, please view the complete job postings:

Grenfell Athletic Association Lobby Caretaker

Grenfell Athletic Association Arena Caretaker