Snow & Water

Snow Clearing

Please don't push snow across the road to the opposite ditch. This can create an accident due to blocked visibility. When the snow gets hard it can do damage to the graders as well as a vehicle hitting the snow if the vehicle should leave the road. If the R.M. has to remove the snow, individuals responsible will be billed for all expenses incurred.


Pumping Water

Please be aware that a permit is required from the Saskatchewan Watershed Authority when pumping water off your property.


Prairie Watershed Climate Program


(On-Farm Climate Action Fund)
AGRICULTURE AND AGRI-FOOD CANADA'S AGRICULTURAL CLIMATE SOLUTIONS ON-FARM CLIMATE
ACTION FUND (OFCAF): PRAIRIE WATERSHEDS CLIMATE PROGRAM (PWCP)


Support for this project has been provided by Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC) through the Agricultural Climate Solutions - On-Farm Climate Action Fund (OFCAF). OFCAF is an initiative designed to assist producers address climate change. For full details, download the documents below:

PWCP Cover Crop FACT SHEET - SK
PWCP NMgt FACT SHEET - SK
PWCP RG FACT SHEET - SK

Contact:
Annette Smith
Lead Agri-Environmental Watershed Coordinator
a.smith@saskwatersheds.ca
306-441-4066


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

RM Office

Hours
Monday To Friday
8 AM - NOON; 1 PM - 4 PM

Closed Saturday and Sunday

Contact

Email: rm345@sasktel.net
Phone: 306-668-2060
Fax: 306-668-1338

Police
Sgt. Jason Mochoruk 306-668-2166

Street Address

300 Main Street
Vanscoy, SK

Mailing Address

Box 187
Vanscoy, SK S0L 3J0

RM Vanscoy