Regular Council Meeting Minutes


January 11, 2022

February 7, 2022

March 10, 2022

April 7, 2022

May 6, 2022

June 13, 2022

July 8, 2022

August 8, 2022

September 8, 2022

October 6, 2022

December 7, 2022

2020 Drinking Water Quality and Compliance Report - Click Here

Boundary Review Policy - 2022

Banking News - Payment Options


Election Results

John Olinik 124 votes
Thad Trefiak 226 votes

Councilor Division 7
Kelly Komodowski 51 votes
Ed Mostad 42 votes


2020 Ratepayer's Supper Meeting is cancelled

2019 Drinking Water Quality and Compliance Report - Click Here

Mill Rate - The municipal mill rate is 7 mills for the year 2019.

Lestock Waterworks 2018 Financial Overview - Click here to view

2019 Ratepayer's Supper Meeting

The Rural Municipality of Kellross No. 247 would like to say ‘Thank-you’ to the following business’ for their generous door prize donation toward the Ratepayer’s Supper Meeting on April 12, 2019:

Here is a list of the prize winners.

And to the Chalet of Yorkton for once again providing a superb supper. And to Tim Romanson for providing the sound system.



Election Results

Election Day - October 24, 2018

Division 2 - Warren Lutz was acclaimed.

Division 4 - Trevor Wessing was acclaimed.

Division 6 - Donald Bashutski was elected.


Lestock Waterworks 2016 Financial Overview - Click here to view



The RM of Kellross office is now located in the former Credit Union building in Lestock, Sk.
The Phone number is now 306-274-4423.







Rural Municipal Administration Scholarship Program
SARM has developed a Rural Municipal Administration Scholarship Program for students enrolled in the Local Government Authority Certificate Program at the University of Regina.  Three scholarships of $1,000 each will be awarded annually, paid at the end of the completed semester.  Applications must be received by SARM no later than October 15th and must be supported by confirmation of enrolment during the current year.  Selection is based on academic achievement, demonstrated interest in administration as a career in rural Saskatchewan, and contributions to and knowledge of rural Saskatchewan.  This program is designed to promote the profession of rural administration to students, and to complement SARM’s ongoing Rural Municipal Administrator Internship Program (MAIP).  For more information click here.



Mill Rates for 2017



All School Divisions - Agricultural Property


All School Divisions - Residential Property


All School Divisions - Commercial/Industry Property


All School Divisions - Resource (oil and gas, mines and pipelines)




Items to Remember

- Please remember to inform the Fire Control Center of any controlled burns you are planning.  The number is 1-866-404-4911.  Informing the Center about controlled burns will prevent false alarms and conserve precious resources for volunteer fire departments.  You will need to provide your name, the land location of the burn and what you will be burning.  REMEMBER - Whoever is lighting the fire is responsible for the call.  It is also suggested that a tractor with lights on or flashing be present at the fire so people passing by will know someone is attending to the fire and maybe not make an unnecessary call.

- Please be advised that the water from the Millersdale Well at SW-18-25-14-W2; Kelliher Well at SW-27-25-13-W2 and Arpad Well at SW-04-26-15-W2 water supply that is available to the public is not potable (unsafe for human consumption).  DO NOT USE this water for drinking, cooking, food preparation and oral hygiene purposes.  The water from these wells is not treated tested and is considered to be unsafe for drinking, cooking and oral hygiene purposes.

-  Fences must not be erected on the Municipal right of way.  Stones, debris, etc must be kept clear 150 feet from the center of the road. 

-  There is a charge for all lanes and parking lot snow plowing except where there are turn-arounds, and also there will no snow plowing around grain bins, bale piles, etc.

- When passing municipal equipment, please slow down to 60 kilometers per hour. Your Name and license plate number will be taken by the Equipment Operators and you will be reported to the Police.