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Rural Municipality of Montrose No. 315
By Election, Divisions 3 & 4

Please visit the ELECTIONS tab to download the nomination forms. 

COVID 19 RAPID TEST KITS AVAILABLE AT THE R.M. OFFICE:

Covid 19 Rapid Test Kits are available at the RM Office during regular working hours.  These are free kits.  One kit per family. 

Please do not enter the RM office if you are showing symptoms of Covid 19.  If you are showing symptoms and need a test kit, please call the RM Office and a kit will be left outside for you to pickup.  

R.M. of Montrose No.315 UPDATES

Click on the links below for information on winter weight restrictions.

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NEXT MEETING

The next Regular Council Meeting will be held on February 10, 2022 at 9:00 am at the RM Office in Donavon.

Delegation-Registration 
Anyone wanting to attend a regular council meeting can download the Delegation- Registration form by clicking the link above. Forms should be read, completed in full and submitted to the RM office no less than 4 days prior to the council meeting. Please contact the office if you have any questions regarding delegations.

Effective July 11, 2021, we will no longer be recording meetings as the Covid-19 restrictions are being lifted.

Check out the Agricultural Awareness post to get information on a new, made-in-Saskatchewan online platform for landowners/operators – SaskLander!

 


Anyone wanting to have dust suppressant applied to their roadways to please contact the RM Office.  The cost for one application for a 200 meter section of road would be $1500 including taxes.  There must be at least 15 participants in the dust suppressant application for it to be cost effective for the Municipality.

Donavon Water Well

Effective immediately, tokens will no longer be required to access water at the Donavon Water Well. The switch is on a 2 minute timer. Turn the switch off and on again to continue for another 2 minutes. Initially, it may take a while for the water to start.
Anyone that has un-used tokens can bring them to the office for a re-fund.

SaskPower Smart Meter Program

Please read the handout below for information on early access to smart meters.

Smart Meter Handout

To learn more or to sign up, go to http://www.saskpower.com/smartgrid

Questions can also be directed to Sheldon Smith, Director of Customer Care and Billing at 306-566-5844.


REMINDER

The RM equipment and vehicles have priority on municipal roads. For the SAFETY of yourself and our grader operators, please remember to slow down to 60 km when passing equipment and vehicles on the road. 

We have received reports of vehicles passing municipal equipment at excess speeds. 

The RM of Montrose appreciates the cooperation of all motorists. 


RURAL CRIMINAL RECORD CHECKS2

Criminal Record Fees

The RCMP want to encourage community members to report any suspicious activity and vehicles. These tips from the community help solve a number of crimes within our province.




Farm & Ranch Infrastructure Program:

https://www.saskatchewan.ca/business/agriculture-natural-resources-and-industry/agribusiness-farmers-and-ranchers/canadian-agricultural-partnership-cap/environmental-sustainability-and-climate-change/farm-and-ranch-water-infrastructure-program-frwip


2021 FIRE RATES

The RM of Montrose has increased fire rates as noted below:

Rural Municipality of Montrose No. 315:
– $650 per hour for call-out, minimum charge of $1,300 (2 hours) – $200 per jug of fire-retardant foam

False Alarm Bylaw Rates: 1st time No Charge,
2nd time $250, 3rd time $500, these reset annually.

We advise rate payers to review their insurance policies and ensure they have fire coverage between $20,000 to $25,000.


EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS

The local VMAD committee has prepared a 72 Hour Emergency Preparedness Guide for our community.

Disasters and emergency events have shown the need for individuals to be prepared to look after themselves, their families and pets for a minimum of 72 hours.

Please review this document to ensure you and your family are prepared:

72 Hour Emergency Preparedness

Educational material regarding personal preparedness can also be obtained from Canadian Red Cross by contacting: skpreparedness@redcross.ca


2020 Shelterbelt Program

HELP International would like to announce the launch of the 2021 Shelterbelt Program. To order trees now please go to www.help-shelterbelts.com and click on ‘Store’.


In need of trees to create wind or privacy barriers for your yard?

Visit TreeTime to order your saplings!



Clubroot Resources

Revised clubroot factsheet

For more information regarding Clubroot, please visit the link below.

Clubroot of Canola | Disease | Government of Saskatchewan


BEAVER CONTROL PROGRAM

There are new regulations for this program.  All individuals wishing to be a part of this program must hold a valid and current license number through the Ministry of Environment.  The individual must provide proof of license before payment can be made.

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GRAIN BAG RECYCLING

Grain bag recycling is now available at the RM of Milden.
Rolled grain bags can be dropped off, free of charge, at the RM of Milden Shop, PT NE 17-29-11 W3rd, located on the Service Road into the Village of Milden. 
Drop Off will  be the last Friday of each month from 8 am to 4 pm.
First day to drop off bags will be Friday April 26th.
Visit www.cleanfarms.ca to learn more about how to properly prepare your grain bags for recycling and more news about this program.
 

CleanFarms Launches Baler Twine Recycling Project

 
Baler twine is an essential agricultural tool to wrap and store hay, straw and silage, but at the end of its useful life, plastic twine is challenging to manage. Disposal in landfill can result in the twine twisting around the wheels of landfill equipment and disposal by burning or burying is detrimental to the environment. In Saskatchewan alone, an estimated 1,100 to 1,300 tonnes of twine are used in farm operations.
 
Please visit the CleanFarms link above for more information.
 
 
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Physical Address:
1st Avenue North,
Donavon, SK

Mailing Address:
PO Box 129,
Delisle, SK  S0L 0P0

Email:
rm315@sasktel.net

Phone: 
306-493-2694

Fax:
306-493-3057

Incorporated December 13, 1909