NOTICE OF CALL FOR NOMINATIONS - Amended Dates
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that nominations of candidates for the office(s) of: Councillor: Town of Oxbow Number to be Elected: 1 will be received by the undersigned on the 8th day of August, 2018, from 8:30am to 4:00pm at the Town of Oxbow Office, and during regular business hours from July 24th to August 7th, 2018 at The Town of Oxbow Office. Nomination forms may be obtained at the following location(s): Town of Oxbow Office – 307 Main Street. Elections will be held ...
Here is a link to some good resources on controlling the mosquito population in your yard, while the Town determines if it will be able to spray at this point. http://www.saskatchewan.ca/residents/health/diseases-and-conditions/west-nile-virus/west-nile-virus-awareness-and-prevention
Please Limit Watering
We are seeing water usage spiking during the peak daytime hours, causing challenges with our wells in keeping up. With the dry weather, the Public Works Department is requesting that you **limit watering of lawns and gardens** from 7:00 to 10:00 in the morning, and the same times in the evening. Thank you!
Did you know that you can now submit your water meter readings online? We are requesting residents with internet access to please submit their own readings at some point between now and Sunday, April 8. The advantage to this is that the Public Works staff will have fewer homes to stop at, and you won't have to bring in a card if they happen to miss someone at home. To submit your readings go to the following link http://www.oxbow.ca/Submit-Water-Reading . Thanks everyone for your assist...
Updated Garbage and Recycling Guidelines
GFL Solid Waste Services (previously Regens) has updated some of the guidelines for what goes in garbage and recycling bins. Please connect on the following links to see what is new. Links to these brochures are permanently located on our website Landfill Dump-Recycling .
2018 Water Rates
By-Law 1065, approved on June 11, 2015 authorized a 150% yearly increase to water & sewer rates over a five-year period. In 2015, the rate increases were justified to recover deficiencies in annual revenues to meet expenditures and to allow for funding of specified utility reserves. However, 2017 rates are causing hardships for some user groups, especially beyond the minimum rate category which most families fall into. Bylaw 1110, approved November 23, 2017: Water rates now have an ad...
How much water do you use? Are you higher or lower than the average? Check your utility bill to determine your family's water usage over the last quarter. Check this link for ways to conserve. https://globalnews.ca/news/2018491/4-ways-to-conserve-water-at-home-and-lower-your-water-bills/
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