From 3:30-6:30 p.m. at the fleet storage building at 55 16th St., learn how public works, police and fire departments work to make a difference in our community.
The system sends alerts to residents, businesses and visitors with a range of notices including both major emergency events and day-to-day communications such as road maintenance and closures, water advisories, daily programs and services, etc.
Priority routes will remain the focus until the weather system subsides. At that time, the Public Works department will evaluate what resources can be allocated to clearing secondary routes.
As of noon on Wednesday, the Weyburn landfill is closed until further notice due to weather conditions.
Nov. 7, 2022 The application deadlines for Weyburn residents to receive financial assistance to recover from severe weather storms earlier this year is fast approaching. Background On May 13 and […]
Updated May 7, 2021 As the 2021 Emergency Preparedness Week comes to a close, the City of Weyburn is reminding residents of important emergency alert systems that keep them inform […]
Released April 13, 2021 WEYBURN – Get important alerts about emergencies and other community news by signing up for the City of Weyburn’s Citizen Alert System. This system enables us […]