Communications oversees the City's civic engagement activities, assists with strategic community priorities that promote the development of Humboldt and manages the City's growth-management and land-use planning functions.

The Community Development & Communications team is a service Department that:

  • Works to bridge communication between the City and all residents, media, groups, agencies and organizations;
  • Oversees growth management, land use planning and development applications;
  • Promotes and enhances the local economy;
  • Encourages strategic development opportunities in Humboldt; and
  • Fosters ongoing civic engagement.

Humboldt Says Thank You

We have so much to be thankful for. There just aren't enough words that can truly express our sincere gratitude for all of the support that the world has given us. This message from Mayor Rob Muench says it the best way that we can. Thank you, to each and every one of you. We are #HumboldtStrong.

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Eco-West Survey

Eco-West Canada, a national not-for-profit organization, is pleased to be working The City of Humboldt on the Partners for Climate Protection program developed by the Federation of Canadian Municipalities. In addition to your community, the following communities in Saskatchewan are also involved in the project to develop a Climate Change Local Action Plan (CCLAP) for each community: Carrot River, Gravelbourg, Eston, Tisdale, and Zenon Park.

The objective of the CCLAP project is to develop a document for each community that will be used to guide the planning and development of local resources, pinpoint concrete actions to mitigate damage from flooding, equip the communities with road maps for GHG emission reductions, and identify easy-to-implement green projects that are tailored to suit each community. Initiatives can include active transportation projects, energy efficient buildings, waste management, mitigation of the effects of flooding and erosion, etc. Long-term adaptation strategies designed to reduce the risk of climate change will also be identified.

Your participation in the survey will assist your community to identify priorities and create a relevant plan. The survey may take up to 20 minutes to complete.

You can complete the survey online by clicking on this link or copying the link into your URL browser 

Thank you for taking the time to take this survey! Your opinion matters!