DED, a relentless fungal disease transmitted by elm bark beetles, poses a significant threat to elm trees in the province. To combat its spread within Weyburn, the City will focus its efforts exclusively on city-owned elm trees.
To honour the importance of the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, the City of Weyburn officially observes this day on Sept. 29, 2023 as an important step in the journey to reconciliation.
All unauthorized articles left on graves must be removed by Oct. 15, 2023. This provision is designed to facilitate the essential maintenance tasks carried out by the cemetery staff in the winter season.
The closure will begin Aug. 29 and is expected to last three weeks. Pedestrians and trail users may continue to use the back alleys along the north and south side of 1st Ave.
Heritage Village Days and Tatagwa Tree Day highlight exciting lineup for community events.
This closure is expected to be in place at least 7 weeks.
Water is temporarily shut off due to water service repairs in the area. The water is expected to be back on by July 31 evening.
This work will be performed for a couple of days. Important instructions can be found in the article.
Tatagwa Trail between 5th St. NE and Fieldstone Estates will be closed for public safety until further notice, due to new hospital construction.
A facilitator will lead hands-on sport, culture and recreation opportunities on Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings from 9:30-11:30 a.m. from June 19 to Aug. 25.