Launch of Seedling and Sapling Sales for Spring 2024 Shelterbelt Plantings for Country and Town

Launch of Seedling and Sapling Sales for Spring 2024 Shelterbelt Plantings for Country and Town

HELP International Shelterbelt Program now taking tree orders for Spring 2024 Planting Programs (Plantings should be carried out May 1 to May 15, June 12 to July 10 and October 1 to October 31). Trees will be available for pick up or shipping for SK, MB and AB customers May 20 through June 10.

Fire Ban Lifted

Public Notice

FIRE BAN LIFTED
R.M. of GRASSY CREEK NO.78

The Council of the R.M. of Grassy Creek No.78 has lifted the ‘Fire Ban’ in the municipality.

The Council of the R.M. of Grassy Creek No.78 thanks everyone for their cooperation throughout this dry season.

Please continue to be careful and a reminder if you are burning, you are required to call and advise
Controlled Burns 1-866-404-4911.

Building?

If you have plans for a backyard construction project, remember to request a line locate on your
property before you begin.

Landscaping?

Are you planning a landscaping project this summer? Remember to always request a line locate
before you start any digging. Dig slowly and be safe.

All Terrain Vehicles Rules and Regulations

ATV’s are permitted by bylaw on the  roads in the RM of Grassy Creek but all rules and regulations MUST be followed!
Safety gear
Always wear an approved motorcycle helmet and appropriate protective eye wear – it’s the law when you’re riding an ATV in public areas and recommended always.

ATV Bylaw

BYLAW NO. 121-2021

 

Rural Municipality of Grassy Creek No. 78

 

A bylaw to regulate all terrain vehicles.

 

The Council of the Rural Municipality of Grassy Creek No. 78in the Province of Saskatchewan enacts as follows:

In this bylaw, including this section:

“all terrain vehicle” and/or “ATV” means all terrain vehicle as defined in The All Terrain Vehicles Act;

“highway” means a highway as defined in The Highway Traffic Act and includes a road, parkway, driveway, square or place designed and intended for or used by the general public for the passage of vehicles, but does not include any area, whether privately or publicly owned, that is primarily intended to be used for the parking of vehicles and the necessary passageways on that area;

“travelled portion” means that part of a highway designed for vehicle travel including the shoulder of the road;

“untravelled portion” means that part of a highway not designed for vehicle travel including the ditch and the center median, if any;

“vehicle” means a vehicle as defined in The Highway Traffic Act.

To authorize operation of ATVs, use one of the following examples (section 9 ATV Act):

 

A person is authorized to operate an all terrain vehicle on the travelled portion of any highway within the municipality.

A person is authorized to operate an all terrain vehicle on the untraveled portion of any highway within the municipality.

 

Any person who contravenes any of the provisions of this bylaw shall be liable to the penalty imposed by section 32 of The All Terrain Vehicles Act.

 

 

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Reeve

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Administrator

 

Read a third time and adopted

this _____ day of __________ , ________.

Farm Stress Line

A reminder that during this busy time, the Farm Stress Line is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Saskatchewan Crime Stoppers

…is a community program that successfully combines the efforts of the Public, the Media and the Police to solve crime in our communities.

Saskatchewan Crime Watch Advisory Network

WHAT IS IT?   When a detachment becomes aware of an incident or crime, they can issue an advisory via the system, and anyone who has signed up for the program will become aware of what happened within minutes!