The primary function of the City Clerk's Office is to ensure that proper legislative process is being followed by the City and Council. The City Clerk is also responsible for the following:
- Maintaining and safeguarding the official records of the City of Humboldt;
- Preparing and managing the Agendas and Minutes for all meetings of City Council;
- Preparing and amending bylaws as directed by City Council;
- Providing administrative support services to City Councillors;
- Coordinating select City programs and services;
- Supervising all municipal and school board elections and acting as the Returning Officer;
- Administering the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FOIP), including receiving FOIP requests; and
- Working with the Province of Saskatchewan regarding municipal adherence to The Cities Act.
Disclaimer & Privacy
While every effort is made to keep this website up-to-date, the City of Humboldt cannot fully guarantee the accuracy or completeness of the information contained within www.humboldt.ca. Any external website links are provided as a convenience to users and the City of Humboldt does not endorse any products or services that may be referred to - or linked to - through this website. The City of Humboldt is not responsible for the content or privacy practices of other websites.
The City of Humboldt recognizes that privacy and confidentiality of an individual's personal information is important. As a local public body, the City of Humboldt is subject to the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FOIP). All personal information is managed according to this Act.
We do not collect identifiable information about any individual unless users choose to provide that information to us by email or by registering electronically through portions of this website. The City will use all reasonable steps to ensure the security of the information once received and will not distribute it to a third party, unless required by law to do so.
If you choose to provide the City with personal information in an email or by filling out an electronic form, the City will use that information to respond to your message and to assist in providing you with the requested information or service.
Email messages are subject to the FOIP Act. The personal information you share with the City of Humboldt is provided only to those areas that are required to carry out the business that relates to you and may be shared with other individuals to do so without further consent of the author.
Online security measures are in place so that the City's web services remain available to all users. The City of Humboldt's computer system employs software programs to monitor network traffic to identify efforts to tamper with information or to otherwise cause damage.
For more information regarding these practices or about the FOIP Act, please contact the City Clerk's Office.
The Public Notice page shares general notifications for residents, businesses and community organizations. As well as being available online, this information is published weekly in the Humboldt Journal.
Please see the current weekly notices below which may include updates to City bylaws, public service announcements, City notices of appointments to Boards and Committees or related community information.
Requesting Records & Information
Requesting Routinely Available Information
Most of the information from the City of Humboldt - such as public notices, agendas, minutes, policies, bylaws or financial documents, for example - may be available online or is accessible simply by visiting or phoning City Hall. To view or receive copies of of such information, contact the City Clerk's office.
Freedom of Information Requests
A written request is sometimes required to access records in the City's custody. The Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FOIP) requires the City to provide at least partial access to most records. To submit a Freedom of Information request, or for more information about this process, contact the City Clerk's Office.
The mission of the City Clerk's Office is to build public trust and confidence in local government.