ROAD CLOSURE – Range Road 2142 – April 7th, 2020

A portion of Range Road 2141 will be closed April 7, 2020 from Highway 13 to Highway 39.

Access to P&H can be obtained using Township Road 82.

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Spring Road Bans

Spring Road Bans will be in effect Monday March 30th, 2020 at 12:01 A.M.

Please follow the Saskatchewan website with the most current order.

https://www.saskatchewan.ca/business/transportation-and-road-construction/information-for-truckers-and-commercial-trucking-companies/regulations-and-road-restrictions/increased-weights-and-road-restrictions?fbclid=IwAR0x38S61vEjIinun282ot2J_8Knw-Jlfu4gbrtpXg5Fgv6p1y5nM32_ypQ

A Single Trip Application can be made to the Office for non-divisible loads. See below attached form:

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Coronavirus

R.M. of Weyburn & Brokenshell

23 -6th Street NE, Weyburn, S4H 1A7

Due to the risk of Coronavirus (COVID-19) spreading

The R.M. Office is CLOSED to the public.

We are still here to continue doing business and will continue to receive emails, phone calls, faxes and mail.

Please leave payments in mailbox, receipts
will be mailed out.

If you need assistance you can email rm.67@sasktel.net or rm68@sasktel.net or call the office 306-842-2314.

Weyburn Utility Board

Payments can continue as your usual method. If you wish to discuss alternative payment options please contact the Weyburn Utility Board.

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Weyburn Utility Board Subscribers

Health Canada agrees with the World Health Organization (WHO) that it is highly unlikely that drinking water is a route of transmission for COVID-19 (the disease) or 2019-nCoV (the virus). The WHO has produced a technical brief for the water, sanitation and hygiene sector (attached) that accurately summarizes the situation. The existing Canadian guidance for the safe management of drinking water applies in the COVID-19 outbreak, and no extra measures are needed. The water supply can safely be used as normal, and in particular for hand washing, following current directives on frequency and technique. 

As per the WHO technical brief attached, the COVID-19 outbreak is not considered a waterborne outbreak. Based on this information, Health Canada’s position is that drinking water authorities should not issue boil water advisories for COVID-19. 

In communities that are currently under a boil water advisory, the advice found in Table 1 of Health Canada’s  guidance document (www.canada.ca/en/health-canada/services/publications/healthy-living/guidance-issuing-rescinding-boil-water-advisories-canadian-drinking-water-supplies.html#a.4)  should continue to be followed.

Hand washing is a key public health measure to protect the health of Canadians. The Public Health Agency of Canada has several published resources on COVID-19 including a fact sheet – these focus on the disease symptoms and information on workplace health, self-isolation, etc. You can find them here: https://www.canada.ca/en/public-health/services/diseases/2019-novel-coronavirus-infection/awareness-resources.html .

You can find outbreak updates for Canada here : https://www.canada.ca/en/public-health/services/diseases/2019-novel-coronavirus-infection.html .

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Municipal Overweight Transport Permit

A reminder that the R.M. of Weyburn follows the Ministry of Highways Spring Road Bans & Weights. Please visit their website for the most current orders.

If you require an overweight permit for Non-Divisible Loads please complete the below Application with payment to the R.M. of Weyburn Office.

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