Town of Grand Coulee

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Public Notices

PUBLIC NOTICE: Monday, November 29, 2021 @ 7:30pm in Council Chambers at the Town Office.

Notice that a Committee of the Whole meeting will be held at the above date, time and location to discuss the following items:

  • The procedures for rescheduling a Council meeting
  • 2022 Water & Sewer Budget

Residents are welcome to attend any and all Council meetings.

National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

Town flags will be at half-mast on September 30, 2021 in observance of the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. The day honours the lost children and survivors of residential schools, their families and communities. We encourage everyone to take a moment of silent reflection on this day to honour First Nations, Inuit and Metis survivors and their families and communities.  For more information visit www.canada.ca/en/canadian-heritage/campaigns/national-day-truth-reconciliation.html 

 

Cargill Virtual Open House – October 4th

Cargill is pleased to announce a new canola processing facility will be located at the Global Transportation Hub (GTH) in Regina, Saskatchewan.  Construction of the site is expected to begin in 2022 and will provide approximately 1 million hours of employment locally over the construction period. When operational, the site is expected to employ 50 full-time staff.

Cargill is committed to building long-lasting relationships with its neighbours and looks forward to becoming part of your community! Cargill representatives would like to share more information about the project with you and provide an opportunity to discuss your interests and share your feedback.

Cargill to host virtual open house October 4:

What: Virtual open house. Community members are invited to attend and ask questions.
Date: October 4, 2021
Time: 4-7 p.m.
Register: Visit CargillRegina.ca to register for the event and learn more.

Clean up Bins

Four large Loraas bins will be available to residents during the September 18th weekend. The bins will be dropped off in the
afternoon of Friday the 17th, emptied on Saturday, and removed on Monday morning. Bins will be located at the mailboxes, one near the skate shack, and one at the shop.

Please respect the bins.

  • NO tires, propane tanks, combustibles, or hazardous materials allowed.
  • If the bin is full, please find an empty bin. Any refuse dumped on the ground will be returned to its owner.
  •  The bins are to be used by Town residents only.

2021 Roadwork Season

Town staff are busy coordinating the road work projects scheduled to start in early June. Please stay tuned to our website and Facebook page for updates. 

Traffic may experience minor delays during the roadwork as we reduce some roads to one lane only and/or restrict traffic to local traffic only (no thru traffic) where applicable. Please use alternate routes through Town if at all possible.

We ask that commuters try to avoid driving on the road immediately following the oil application.

Motorists are advised to obey all signs and to exercise extreme caution when travelling through the site and near crews and equipment.

Latest Updates

The 2021 roadwork season has wrapped up. Stay tuned for announcements regarding roadwork schedules for 2022.

Roadwork was completed on July 30th on Assiniboia Avenue.

Roadwork was completed on July 16th on:

  • Park Street
  • English Bay
  • Broadway Street

Roadwork was completed on June 25th on:

  • Centennial Drive
  • Maple Avenue
  • Burton Street
  • portion of Assiniboia from Fairfax St. to Broadway St.

Roadwork was completed on June 18th on:

  • Samantha Street
  • Fairfax Street
  • Blair Street
  • Wilfred Street

Roadwork was completed June 4th on:

  • Brayden Bay
  • Corbin Bay
  • Rider Bay
  • Harvest Bay