The Department of Community Development and Recreation is seeking Student Recreation Leader(s) for the remainder of the school year. Work hours are based on recreation programs throughout the school year. Working under the direction of the Community Development & Recreation Director, student leaders will provide leadership at a variety of recreational programs and community events throughout the Municipality.
For the full job description please see: pdf 2021 Student Recreation Leader Job Description (158 KB)
The Municipality of the District of St. Mary’s invites proposals for its insurance program. All information supplied in response to the RFP must contain sufficient details to support the services proposed. The Proposals will be based upon the specifications contained in this document. The insurance policies will take effect as of midnight April 1st, 2021.
Proposals must be clearly marked “Municipal Insurance Services for the Municipality of the District of St. Mary’s” and submitted before March 19th, 2021 at 4pm. Proposals can be submitted in hard copy or electronically to the attention of:
Chief Administrative Officer
The Municipality of the District of St. Mary’s
8296 HWY 7
PO Box 296
Tel: (902) 522-2049
Under regular circumstances the building capacity of the St. Mary’s Recplex is 150 people including the ice surface and designated spectator area. Based on provincial regulations and with the Municipality being responsible for monitoring the compliance of the Covid-19 protocols, the following rules apply to the St. Mary’s Recplex:
- The maximum capacity of the facility is 75 individuals.
- The maximum capacity of the ice surface is 50 individuals.
- One care-giver per family is permitted for St. Mary’s Coyotes House League Hockey.
o Participants are asked to arrive right before their time on the ice and depart the facility right after.
o Dressing rooms may be used for participants to put on skates (it is still recommended that participants arrive dressed in gear). Five children per dressing room, each may be accompanied by a caregiver (up to a maximum of ten individuals per room).
o Care-givers are asked to stay in the designated spectator area until your child has completed their activity. Once your child is finished, you may assist them in the dressing room and depart the facility immediately following.
- One care-giver per family for youth 12 and under is permitted for St. Mary’s Rec Programs.
- No spectators are permitted for St. Mary’s Curling Club.
- No spectators are permitted for Adult Hockey League.
We ask for your patience while we attempt to keep recreational programs running and providing our residents the opportunity to be physically active during these unforeseen circumstances due to the current Global Pandemic caused by Corona Virus. Thank you for your continued support and cooperation.
The Municipality of the District of St. Mary’s is requesting a Lump Sum price for clearing brush from both sides of the Gegogan Road from trunk 7 to the entrance gate at the Transfer Station.
For the full RFQ, please see: pdf RFQ Roadside Brush Clearing RFQ (141 KB)