The R.M. of Weyburn, City of Weyburn and the Ministry of Highways
have joined together to conduct a Transportation Study of our area.
The purpose of this study was to understand and develop a road network plan that can safely and efficiently accommodate regional growth and development. This plan will align the R.M. of Weyburn and City of Weyburn future needs while integrating with the Provincial Highways.
The R.M. would like to thank everyone who attended the information session that was held on July 4th, 2019. The ling below will direct you to additional information and links to the information boards that were shared at the event.
The Precautionary Drinking Water Advisory has been lifted
During and after a Precautionary Drinking Water Advisory the Weyburn Utility Board urges people to carefully read the Procedures for Flushing Water Systems After a Drinking Water Advisory, as some steps may not pertain to them and if they have any questions to contact the Utility Board. It is important to follow the steps after the advisory has been lifted as if the steps are not completed, unsafe water may remain in your plumbing system.
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In conjunction with the National Fire Prevention Week October 7 – 13, 2018 the RM would like to remind landowners to be fire safe.
The RM is anticipating an increase of open burning of agricultural materials. However, a reminder is the fire is your responsibility and you are responsible for all suppression costs and possible liability from damages occurred by the fire.
Remember PRIOR to starting a fire to contact the Weyburn Fire Department at 306-848-3240 or the Provincial Controlled Burn line at 1-866-404-4911.
Questions you may be asked:
What is the land location?
What is your RM number?
Who is your Fire Service Provider?
What are the location details?
How long will your burn last?
Your name and phone number.
You will be asked to call back when the burn is complete.