RCMP Town Hall Meeting
Don't forget the RCMP Town Hall Meeting at the Friendship Centre on Wednesday, April 25. Bring any policing concerns that you have for discussion.
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 .
December Water Meter Readings
During the month of December, the Town Maintenance crew will be visiting every household for water meter readings. The Town is undertaking a condition assessment of the meters so ideally the staff will be able to see the meter in person. If they miss someone at your house we have two options: 1. Take a picture of your meter and email to email@example.com. 2. Phone 306-485-7273 to make an appointment for one of the staff to return to your home to view your meter.
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...
Council Proclaims Multi-Cultural Week
WHEREAS Saskatchewan Multicultural Week is celebrated each November during the week that includes November 22nd with the Saskatchewan motto From Many Peoples Strength; and WHEREAS Saskatchewan was the first province to enact multiculturalism legislation in 1974, recognizing the right of every community to retain its identity, language, and traditional arts and sciences for the mutual benefit of citizens; and WHEREAS in 1997, the Act was revised and a section of the Act states that th...
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