NEWS & EVENTS
Potable Water Fill Station

The City of Melfort has established a potable water fill station in the parking lot of City Hall at 201 Macleod Avenue West.  Residents may fill water containers up to a maximum size of 20 litres for no charge.
Wed, July 27 - 5:30 - 9:00 pm
Thurs, July 28 - 8:00 am - 9:00 pm, with occasional breaks for the truck to fill up

Precautionary Drinking Water Advisory (PDWA)
 
Customers should note that a precautionary Drinking Water Advisory (PDWA) has been issued by the Saskatchewan Water Security Agency effective 12:01 a.m. Tuesday, July 26th. This PDWA was issued due to anticipated issues with higher than permissible turbidity levels as well as a reduction in the taste and odour quality of the water sourced from the reservoir. This PDWA will remain in effect until subsequent water sample results confirm that the treated water meets the regulatory standards.
Sask Water would like to thank its customers in advance for their anticipated cooperation during this advisory and any questions regarding the advisory can be directed to:

Sask Water Customer Service at 1-888-230-1111 (Monday to Friday 8 am to 5 pm.)

The Northern Lights Palace Pool and City paddling pools have been closed until further notice.

[July 26th 12:01 a.m.]
Spruce Haven Park Development commences in 2016

The City of Melfort is pleased to announce the approval of a construction plan and financing for the new Spruce Haven Park Recreation Area.

 
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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