The Saskatchewan Association of Watersheds is hosting four Nitrogen Management Workshops to foster knowledge-sharing between agricultural producers and specialists, in addition to learning about agricultural funding opportunities through the PWCP (Prairie Watersheds Climate Program).

 

Interested individuals are encouraged to pre-register due to the limited space available. The registration deadline is this Friday, November 18, at 1 PM. See below for more information and at www.saskwatersheds.ca.

Click here to see Workshop Poster

UPDATED November 17, 2022 NOTICE REGARDING PLANNED MULCHING IN ROAD ALLOWANCES

The Rural Municipality of Britannia No. 502 has compiled a list of municipal road allowances throughout the municipality that require mulching. The mulching locations are as follows (location map can be viewed here):

1. RR 3255 north of TWP RD 520 to 522

2. TWP RD 522 from RR 3254 to RR 3262

3. RR 3274 from Grid RD 774 to TWP 502

4. RR 3271 From Hwy 303 North to TWP 502

5. RR 3273 North of 774 (4mile)

6. TWP 520A 1-mile East of 684 please see updated map

7. Approach SE corner of SW 06-50-27W3M

8. RR 3263 from TWP 522 to HWY 3

9. TWP RD 501, between SE 12-50-28W3M and NE 01-50-28W3M

10. RR 3262 Hillmond RD from 522 to 520 (Greenstreet RD on 515A)  – please see updated map

11. RR 3272 from 6-mile Bridge North to Grid RD 798 and TWP RD 512, between RR 3272 and RR 3273 – please see updated map

12. TWP RD 520 east of RR 3255 to RR 3254

13. RR3274 west on 502 past Neale Lake to HWY 303 – please see updated map

14. 502 RR 3272 south of TWP 502 by church

15. RR 3273 North of 798 (10 Mile)

16. Corner TWP 520 RR 3271please see updated map

Please note that mulching works are scheduled to take place up to and including March 15, 2023. If you would like more information about the R.M. mulching program, Policy TS-004 Mulching Road Allowances is available for review here.

If you would like mulching work carried out on your fence line adjacent to the planned locations while the R.M. equipment is at the site, this may be arranged by contacting the R.M. office at 306-825-2610 or rm502@sasktel.net. A written agreement must be in place prior to any work taking place on private property. There will be no cost for the mulching works and the R.M. will not be responsible for removing or replacing any fences.

Please contact the municipal office with any questions or concerns: 306-825-2610.

Snow Clearing on Private Property

Do you have an R.M. of Britannia snowplow flag or are you thinking about purchasing one? Please review the R.M.’s Snow Clearing on Private Property Policy TS-012 for more information and to familiarize yourself with the flag placement instructions (Schedule “D”).

Schedule “D”

Instructions for Snowplow Flag Placement

1. When a land occupant would like to have their private driveway cleared by the Municipality, they must do the following:

 

(1) Place the purchased snowplow flag at the end of their driveway; and

(2) Do one of the following:

 

(a) Call 306-825-ROAD (306-825-7623) and leave a message including name, phone number, and the legal land description of where the snowplow flag has been placed. Messages received on the 306-825-ROAD phone line will be forwarded by municipal administrative staff to the Operations Manager or designate for further action; or

(b) Email roads.rm502@sasktel.net and provide their name, phone number, and the legal land description of where the snowplow flag has been placed. Emails received at roads.rm502@sasktel.net will be forwarded by municipal administrative staff to the Operations Manager or designate for further action.

 

 

click here to read the full policy

 

Please follow the links below to view public notices for Rural Municipality of Britannia No. 502 Bylaws 16-2022 and  17-2022.

 

Public Notice for Bylaw 16-2022

A bylaw to amend the Lloydminster Planning District Official Community Plan Bylaw 17-2014

 

click here to read a copy of the draft bylaw

Public Notice for Bylaw 17-2022

A bylaw to amend the Lloydminster Planning District Zoning Bylaw 18-2014

 

click here to read a copy of the draft bylaw

As per section 77 of the Local Government Election Act, 2015, the following persons nominated are declared elected and there shall be no polling with respect to that office:

 

  •  Division 2 Councillor – Wilfred Jurke (incumbent, acclaimed)

  •  Division 4 Councillor – Elaine Newman (incumbent, acclaimed)

  •  Division 6 Councillor – John Wack (acclaimed)

Further, pursuant to section 82 of the Local Government Election Act, 2015, take notice of abandonment of polls for Divisions 2, 4, and 6 as the above listed individuals were nominated for their respective offices and are the only candidates. Notice is hereby given that no voting for these offices will take place on Wednesday November 9, 2022.

Bryson Leganchuk

Returning Officer

The Rural Municipality of Britannia No. 502 is pleased to announce that Mr. Bryson Leganchuk has accepted the position of Chief Administrative Officer for the RM effective Monday, September 19, 2022.

Bryson comes to this position with over 13 years of municipal administrative experience in Saskatchewan and has been with the RM since 2015.

 

FOR SALE – PLEASE CONTACT THE OFFICE

LOT 2A BLK/PAR 2 PLAN 102365401 EXT 0 in Greenstreet

 

Welcome to

R.M. of Britannia No. 502

The Rural Municipality of Britannia No. 502 has a geographical area of 950.87 square kilometres. Located within the RM of Britannia are the Hamlets of Greenstreet and Hillmond. The boundaries extend east to the RM of Eldon border, west to the Saskatchewan Alberta border, north to the RM of Frenchman Butte border and south to the RM of Wilton Border.

The Municipality is located in the heart of the Heavy oil industry and has a highly skilled workforce and a growing population of just over 2150 residents.

With a clean environment, wide-open spaces, abundance of raw materials, lower land and housing costs, reasonably priced and highly reliable electricity, natural gas and telecommunication services, the municipality is a prime spot for value added processing and manufacturing. The picturesque wooded hilly areas of the municipality combined with the scenic views of the Big Gully and North Saskatchewan River valleys offer many attractions for nature lovers, hunters, fishermen and outdoor enthusiasts in addition to excellent non-farm residential development opportunities.

Our Vision

To be a thriving, sustainable rural municipality in which all our actions are governed by our fundamental values of honesty and integrity, respect, accountability, transparency and open mindedness.

Municipal Transfer Station

Forms & Maps

Overweight Permits

ATTENTION All RATEPAYERS

In your tax notice, you would have received a double-sided paper with a Dial My Calls Authorization Form on one side and a Resident Resource List / Emergency Special Needs Form on the back side.

Please fill these forms out and return to the RM of Britannia Office located in Lloydminster, or the Waste Transfer Station located within the RM.

Dial My Calls is a system to alert the ratepayers of any emergency situations. Dial My Calls sends text or voice messages to your cell/house number. There is no required downloading of any apps. Just simply fill out the forms and send them in.

RM Laneway Snow Removal

Updated as per August 24, 2022 motion 401/22: Snow flags are available at the office for a cost of $50/each, for snow removal on private driveways where work does not exceed one half hour. Where work exceeds one half hour in time, charges shall be as per custom work rates for actual time to clear snow.   

A Snow Removal Waiver MUST be signed  and a flag placed at your driveway prior to an RM grader entering your property. Please  email, call, or visit the RM Office for more information.

Email: rm502@sasktel.net;
Phone: 306-825-2610
Office Address: 4824 – 47 Street, Lloydminster, SK

CELL SERVICE ISSUES

In an effort to improve the safety within the Municipality regarding cell reception, it has been that anyone with a complaint, send an email directly to

Colleen Young at: colleen.young@sasktel.net
with locations and concerns.

We encourage you to spread the word, whether you live in the Municipality, or just travel through, Please send your emails!