Town of Grand Coulee


What CAN BE recycled?

Posted on April 24, 2020

Since the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a worldwide pandemic, the amount of “human bodily fluid contaminated items” received at recycling facilities in the province has grown by an estimate 20-50 per cent. Residents are reminded to only put allowable recyclables in your blue bins. The Saskatchewan Waste Reduction Council has a recycling search engine where residents can find out where they can properly and safely recycle items including batteries, tires, power tools, and more. For more information on recycling services visit   Read More

Community Garden Survey

Posted on April 22, 2020

Spring is in the air and Grand Coulee resident, Wade Sali, is looking for your Community Garden feedback.  The purpose of this survey is to determine the interest in a community garden. Your answers will be used to decide whether a community garden would be embraced and supported by the community. All responses are confidential. If you have any questions please contact Wade Sali at Please take a minute and fill out his survey: Read More

What NOT to flush?

Posted on April 15, 2020

The Town would like to remind residents that the only things to flush down the toilet is toilet paper and human waste. Anything else can clog pipes and create sewer backups which can be costly for both the Town and homeowner. Items to NOT flush include: Wipes, even if they say “flushable” or “disposable”. Facial tissue, napkins, paper towel, Lysol wipes, etc. These items do not break down like toilet paper and can cause major blockages in the sewer system. Please dispose of these items in the trash. Read More
PUBLIC NOTICE – Tuesday, April 14, 2020 @ 7:30pm At this regularly scheduled council meeting, council will be considering the following topics in which public notice must be given: – Amendments to Council Procedures Bylaw – Amendments to Traffic Bylaw Some or all of the meeting may be in camera. Residents are welcome to attend any and all Council meetings. During the COVID-19 pandemic, council meetings will be held virtually. If you wish to attend the council meeting via video or phone, visit Read More

Virtual Council Meetings

Posted on April 1, 2020

During the COVID-19 physical distancing, Council Meetings will be virtual and held through Zoom Meetings.  To join the Zoom Council Meeting click If you do not have internet access, you can join the meeting using audio only through a cell phone or landline. Use one of the methods below to access the teleconference: Meeting ID: 759 189 163 One tap smart phone (mobile) call in number: +16473744685,,759189163# OR +16475580588,,759189163# If calling from a landline or flip phone (mobile), use one of the numbers below:         +1 647 374 4685 Canada         +1 647 558 0588 Canada         +1 778 907 2071 Canada         +1 438 809 7799 Canada         +1 587 328 1099 Canada      Or view the Virtual Council Meeting Instructions for information on how to attend. Read More
Physical distancing put a damper on your child’s birthday plans? Message us on Facebook or send us an email at and we will send out a fire truck complete with lights and sirens to drop off a gift for your child on their big day! Please give us at least 24 hours notice. Available for kids between 1 to 10 years of age. Read More

Church Services Cancelled

Posted on March 16, 2020

In light of the recent coronavirus situation, the church has decided to cancel services until after the Easter Sunday. They will reassess their decision at that time. Read More

Problem Coyotes

Posted on February 26, 2020

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. Read More