Lieutenant Governor’s Award for
Outstanding Service to Rural Saskatchewan
The Lieutenant Governor’s Award for Outstanding Service to Rural Saskatchewan, is awarded to a Reeve, Councillor, or Administrator for his or her lifetime contribution to rural Saskatchewan (both retired and/or actively working individuals).
The award is presented to the successful candidate at the Opening Ceremonies of the SARM Annual Convention. This forum provides an excellent opportunity to publicly recognize the recipient of this prestigious award.
The selection committee reviews all nominations and selects one individual who has not yet been formally recognized for his or her exemplary contributions in making rural Saskatchewan a better place to live. The committee includes representatives from the following organizations: The Lieutenant Governor of Saskatchewan’s Office, Saskatchewan Association of Rural Municipalities, the Ministry of Government Relations, and the Rural Municipal Administrators’ Association.
Rural Municipalities may nominate a Reeve, Councillor, or Administrator for this award.
Nominations should be sent to the SARM office by January 31st, 2021.
What you need to know…
- A nomination form must be completed along with biographical information.
- Applications are valid for a two-year period; the first year of the nomination and the following year.
- All candidates MUST be nominated by an RM and be approved and signed by council.
For more information or to send in your nomination, contact: