Town of Grand Coulee


Problem Coyotes

There have been some recent reports of coyotes roaming streets in town. If you spot a coyote within town limits please call or text Kelly, Pest Control Officer,  at 306-552-9506.

Should you encounter a coyote follow these safety tips:

  • Do not run or turn your back on the coyote.
  • Make noise. Yell, clap hands, blow a whistle and try to make yourself look larger.
  • Do not allow a coyote to get in between you and your pet or child—keep children close to you.
  • Keep pets under control to avoid creating additional stress for the animal.

As always it is best to try to avoid a close encounter in the first place. Remove attractants such as pet food left outside, fallen fruit, dirty BBQ grills and unsecured trash or compost. Always be aware of your surroundings.

Multicultural Week

Multicultural Week in Saskatchewan runs from November 16-24, 2019. Council has issued a proclamation in support of this important initiative. We believe in building and maintaining a strong and welcoming community for everyone who chooses to call Grand Coulee home and we recognize the strength in our diversity.. This year’s theme is “Who’s your multicultural superhero?”

For more information visit the Multicultural Council of Saskatchewan website.

What to do when approaching a school bus?

A reminder to all motorists:

When approaching a school bus, if you see amber flashing lights, slow down and proceed with caution. If the red flashing lights are activated, you must come to a complete stop. If you are approaching the bus from the opposite direction on an undivided highway, you must also stop. Passing a school bus with red flashing lights is a serious offence and will result in a minimum fine of $360.

The single greatest threat to the safety of children who ride school buses is motorists who pass the bus when children are loading or unloading.

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Saskatchewan Protective Services Medal

Congratulations to Volunteer Firefighter Alex Kostiuk on being awarded the Saskatchewan Protective Services Medal!

The medal honours personnel with 25 years of service in Saskatchewan in the emergency services field, including police services, fire services, emergency medical services, mobile crisis services and family violence outreach services. These individuals set high standards and strive for excellence in their duties so everyone in Saskatchewan can live safe and secure lives.

Alex. we are proud to have you as a member of the Grand Coulee Emergency Services and of this community!

Waste Reduction Week

October 21-27, 2019 is Waste Reduction Week (WRW) in Canada. Council issued a proclamation for WRW in support of this year-round initiative. Each day of WRW has a special theme. Council encourages residents to get involved and support areas that are most important to them or learn about new ideas. This year’s daily themes are:

Stay tuned to our Facebook Page for daily posts during Waste Reduction Week.

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