Macoun, Saskatchewan

Established in​ 1903.



The Village of Macoun is located in the South East corner of Saskatchewan along Highway 39, between Estevan and Weyburn, 

with a current population of  270 residents. Our small community 

has a School open to grades K-8 and a Preschool program. We 

have a local Co-op store that offers a 24 hour card-lock plus a 

variety of other services, Mechanic Shop located on the main street, 

plus many home based businesses run by locals and a number of 

groups and committees to become a part of. The Village of Macoun 

has a number of privately owned vacant Lots just waiting for new development or a few already established homes for sale. 

Will you be the next to call Macoun HOME?

Bylaws and Policies

The Village of Macoun has a number of Policies and Bylaws 

that were developed by Council over time. These 

Regulations were created to address matters of the 

community that at one time or another caused concern

and needed a more permanent way to address them. The 

Village has a contract with Commissionaires for Bylaw Enforcement. For a list of current Bylaws, please 

contact the Village Office. 


Payment Program

Why use Pre-Authorized Payments ?

The Pre-Authorized Payment Program allows ratepayers to make weekly, monthly, bi-weekly or semi-monthly payments for their property taxes and/or utility bills without paying additional fees.

How do Pre-Authorized Payments work?


After deciding which Pre-Authorized Payment frequency works best for you, we simply divide your normal annual property tax levy by the number of payment periods in the year. This amount then gets automatically withdrawn out of your bank account. Prior to your annual taxes being levied, your installments will be based on the previous years tax levy. Once the current years levy is determined, your installment payment will be adjusted accordingly. You will be notified in writing of any required changes. We strive to ensure all rate payer's property taxes are paid by December 31st of each year to avoid penalty.

Property Tax Example:

January - July payments $217 / month 

(based on last years levy of $2,600)

Once taxes are levied, Pre-Authorized payments are recalculated.

2018 Actual Tax Levy minus payments already made in the year

$2,650 - $1,519 = $1,131

New Pre-Authorized payment amount for August - December

$1,131 / 5 months = $227 / month


After deciding which Pre-Authorized Payment frequency works best for you, we simply divide your annual estimated utility bill by the number of payment periods in the year. This amount then gets automatically withdrawn out of your bank account.

Utility Bill Example:

Estimated annual utility billing $1,085.40 

($180.90 x 6 billing periods = $1,085.40)

Pre-Authorized payment amount:

$20.90 / Weekly (52 payments)

$41.75 / Bi-weekly (26 payments)

$45.25 / Semi-monthly (24 payments)

$90.45 / Monthly (12 payments)

Pre-Authorized frequency options:

15th of each Month OR End of each Month (12 payments/year)

15th and End of each Month (24 payments per year)

Every Second Friday (26 payments per year)

Every Friday (52 payments per year)

How do I Stop my Pre-Authorized Payments?

You may withdraw from the program by providing notice of at least

one (1) week prior to your next payment date.

How Do I Apply?

Simply bring a VOID cheque or a Pre-Authorized payment form 

from your bank to the Village Office.



Council of the Village of Macoun along with the Macoun Fire Service and Parks and Recreation Board are looking to make some changes to the curling rink facility. All of the drywall had to be removed due to mold

as well all the insulation in the rink had to be removed due to extreme rodent infestation. The cost to replace the insulation along with repairs required to the facility are looking to be fairly costly.

Council and the Boards are considering making some drastic changes to the facility and are currently working on receiving price quotes for material needed. The changes to the facility will create a new fire hall for the Macoun Fire Service as well as a new patio area for use by the Parks and Rec Board as well as the general public. Discussion is still in the early stages, but the groups are looking to make these changes in 2019.

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the Village office at 306-634-9352 to have your name added to the next meeting agenda to discuss this matter with Council. 

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2019 Pet Licenses are due on January 1st for all cats and dogs. Cost is $10.00 for pets Spayed/Neutered and Vaccinated or $100.00 for pets not Spayed/Neutered or Vaccinated. All unregistered pets as of January 31 may be ticketed by Village Bylaw Enforcement Officers. The Violation fine is $300.00 for each unregistered pet. 

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Business Licenses

If you have a home based or door to door business in Macoun, a Business Licenses is required through the Village Office.

The cost is $10.00 per year and due

January 1st of each year.

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Public Waterworks Information

2017 Waterworks Financial Overview:

Total waterworks revenues - $517,723

Total waterworks expenditures - $516,837

Total debt payments on waterworks infrastructure loans - $22,560

Comparison of waterworks revenues to expenditures plus debt payments, expressed as a ratio:


($516,837) + ($22,560)

(For 2017, waterworks revenues covered

96% of the waterworks expenditures.)

Payment of $40,398 from the Federal/Provincial Lagoon grant still owing. Would have put the 2017 ratio at 104%.

The following waterworks information 

is available at the municipal office for

 public viewing:

The February 12, 2018 Waterworks Rate Policy and Capital Investment Strategy, the above financial information, plus the transfer of funds to and from the Waterworks Reserves

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Visit Us!


454 Appleton Ave

Box 58

Macoun, SK   S0C 1P0


(306)634-9352 Office
(306)634-9377 Fax
[email protected]


Mon-Fri: 8:30am - 3:30pm
Sat-Sun: Closed
Holidays: Closed