Additional health measures came into effect on Nov. 27 and will remain in effect until Dec. 17, at which time they will be reviewed by the provincial Chief Medical Health Officer.
Public health orders will continue to apply during implementation of the five-phase plan to Re-Open Saskatchewan, announced on April 23, 2020.
For current and long-term restrictions in place, visit the Government of Saskatchewan website.
For further clarification on mandatory mask requirements, visit the Government of Saskatchewan website.
- Public are required to wear face masks or coverings when inside City of Weyburn facilities.
- Appointment limit of one person per household.
- Staff members and the public to maintain physical distancing of 2 metres.
- Enhanced cleaning and disinfection.
- Providing access to hand washing facilities or hand sanitizer.
- Asking staff and the public to stay home and away from others if sick.
As of Dec. 14, 2020, city hall is open to the public for payments. For all other inquiries, the City of Weyburn is asking that you make appointments in advance by contacting city hall. Appointment can be made by contacting the following departments:
Engineering/Building and Planning
2020 property taxes will be due by the end of July but interim relief is available to tax payers to defer their payments without penalty.
Pre-authorized payments will continue to be withdrawn from customer accounts based on their agreed upon withdrawal schedules. If customers would like to make other arrangements or be set up for preauthorized payments, please email email@example.com
City Facilities and Parks
Until further notice, the following City of Weyburn operated facilities will remain closed to the public:
- Soo Line Historical Museum
- Turner Curling Museum
- Heritage Village
- Public Works and Parks Building
- Water Treatment Plant
For the most up-to-date information on our indoor ice arenas, Crescent Point Place and Tom Zandee Sports Arena, please refer here.
In collaboration with the Saskatchewan Health Authority, we are actively monitoring the situation and will continue to evaluate when city facilities may reopen.
The City of Weyburn would like to encourage the use of our Tatagwa Trail system as well as the use of our parks but are reminding the public to practice social distancing. Social distancing means avoiding contact with others to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Keep a minimum distance of 2 metres from others when shopping or walking in the community.
As this situation evolves, the City of Weyburn will continue to provide regular updates as they are available through our website and social media.
Messages from City Council
Restrictions will be lifted in stages, with consideration given to socioeconomic factors and the risk of transmission. They will be implemented via public health orders and the timing will be dictated by evidence of transmission.
The developed response planning is critical in adapting business operations to changing conditions in the business market and establishing a resilient business plan. These six steps are intended to assist businesses through the current pandemic crisis.
For more information on the Business Response Plan, contact the Weyburn Chamber of Commerce at (306) 842-4738 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have a health-related inquiry about yourself please contact 811 who will assist you with your concerns.
Any reports received by the Weyburn Police Service, with the exception of select types of incidents (i.e. crowd size) are referred to Public Health for investigation and recommendation. The WPS are only taking direct enforcement action in emergency cases or as directed by Public Health.
Please visit the Government of Saskatchewan website which details what exactly self-isolation means, which should not be confused with mandatory quarantine.
Further information on current Public Health measures can be found here.
Church of Christ
(306) 897-7120 (cell)
St Vincent de Paul Catholic
Foundation of Life