There is a fire ban in place effective immediately

Due to the extremely high temperatures and accompanying wind, the RM of Vanscoy has instituted a complete fire ban effective immediately. This includes all open flame, including burning barrels, fire pits, controlled burns, and fireworks. Propane-driven fires are still allowed. This excludes the Town of Delisle and Village of Vanscoy, as well as the Pike Lake Provincial Park. Thank you for your understanding, we hope this will be short-lived.


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Concerned about crime in your area? Join the RM of Vanscoy Rural Crime Watch. It's free! Forms are available at the RM Office or at

Landfill Notice

As per direction of Council, for the health and safety of our attendants, the waste transfer facilities may be closed in the afternoons where temperatures reach extreme heat conditions on or around plus 35 degrees Celsius.

This provision is at the discretion of the attendant and is supported by all of Council.

We ask for your cooperation of the above, and encourage utilizing the waste facilities earlier during hot days. For more information look under the Administration Tab.

Auditor's Reports and Financial Statements


Council Meeting
12-Aug-2021 9:00am Regular Meeting

Police Commission Meeting

Registered Burns Jan 20, 2015

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"The R.M. of Vanscoy is a wonderful place to call home, with a mix of acreages and agricultural land."

Did You Know . . .

  • Before 1935 the R.M. was known as the Rural Municipality of Loganton. 
  • The municipality contains the communities of Vanscoy, Delisle, Asquith, Pike Lake Provincial Park, as well as four hamlets:  Dunfermline, Grandora, Pippin and one situated in SE 6-34-6 W3.
  • Agrium, an international potash mine calls the R.M. of Vanscoy home.
  • Our population is 2714.
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