Dust Control

The RM of Usborne No. 310 will be applying calcium chloride at yard sites adjacent to the truck routes at the end of May/beginning of June. This product is available to ratepayers only, for roads within RM 310 jurisdiction, at an approximate cost of $0.33 per litre. Please contact the RM office for more information at (306)365-2924 or rm310@sasktel.net – […]

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RO WATER / PDWA LIFTED

The Guernsey water treatment plant project is nearing a close. The cistern cleaning was completed Monday April 30, and the resulting PDWA has been lifted – thank you everyone for your patience! Our water staff and WSA are pleased with the quality of work, as well as the water that our wells are producing. We hope everyone enjoys the RO […]

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ROAD BANS OFF

Road bans are OFF effective Tuesday May 8th, 2018 at 2:00pm. Those travelling the RM roads are reminded to SLOW DOWN when passing or meeting RM operators and equipment. Passing or meeting equipment at excessive speeds is a safety hazard to both RM operators and road users alike.

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Grain Bag Recycling

Grain Bag Recycling Producers often call the office or ask their councillor how to properly dispose of grain bags, and where. New policy has recently been developed in Saskatchewan specific to grain bag disposal, via the Cleanfarms Grain Bag Recycling program. Please visit http://cleanfarms.ca/programs/grain-bag-recycling-sk/ for more information, including collection sites and preparation steps prior to dropoff. The closest collection site […]

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April 19, 2018 Updates / Road Bans OFF

April 19, 2018 Municipal Updates Spring Road Bans are NOW OFF    – a reminder that the effective/removal dates are dictated by the Department of Highways. Hauls are permitted at banned weights ONLY (with the exception of essential services, livestock, and non-divisible loads) until restrictions are removed. The RM will update as we are informed. Operators are currently out working on […]

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March Snowstorm – Roads

March Snowstorm: The RM was hit, with the rest of the province, by Sunday-Tuesday’s snowstorm (pictured is main street Guernsey). The graders have been out since Sunday clearing snow and will get to all areas as quickly as possible. Your patience is appreciated!

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