NEWS & EVENTS
Landfill Closed Oct 21 & 22

The City Landfill will be closed on Tuesday, October 21 and Wednesday, October 22, as the weigh scale is being relocated.

History of the Main Arena

The Main Arena was constructed in 1931 by Architect Martin. This facility was constructed due to the original skating and curling rink burnt down in 1929. The officially opening of the arena was on Wednesday, December 23, 1931. 

Main Arena Closure

Due to the serious deterioration of Main Arena and concerns for public health and safety, the City of Melfort will be immediately closing the facility for an indefinite period.

 
NEWS

Notice of Street Renaming

At their regular meeting on Monday, January 16th, City Council passed a bylaw to rename the following streets:

 a)                   All of 1st Avenue N and NW to “Cairns Avenue”.
b)                   All of 2nd Avenue N and NW to “Babington Avenue”.
c)                   All of 3rd Avenue N and NW to “Ranson Avenue”.
d)                   All of 4th Avenue N and NW to “Jameson Avenue”.
e)                   The portion of Ontario Street, from McDonald Road to 2nd Avenue, to “Brunswick Street”.
f)                     All of Saskatchewan Avenue and extend the boundary to run from the most westerly city limit at Highway 3 to the most southerly city limit at Highway 6 South, to “Saskatchewan Drive”.
g)                   The portion of Saskatchewan Avenue East, from the intersection of Shadd Drive and Spruce Haven Road west to the intersection with Saskatchewan Avenue East/Highway 6 South, to “Spruce Haven Road”.

Click here to view maps of the proposed street renaming areas.  For more information or clarification, please contact City Hall at 752-5911.

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