The City of Weyburn Fire and Protective Services Bylaw is intended to provide for the protection of residents and visitors to our community from the effects of fire.
The below information was updated April 28, 2021.
The Fire and Protective Services Bylaw for the City of Weyburn received its first and second reading by Weyburn City Council at its April 26 meeting, and is now open for review by residents.
Council has requested that feedback and questions on the proposed bylaw (which will be replacing the 1997 Fire Prevention Bylaw) be submitted to the City Clerk’s office no later than May 5, 2021.
View the proposed Bylaw 2021-3424 Fire and Protective Services in its entirety or explore the topics below which highlight some significant additions and updates to the bylaw.
For years, the Weyburn Fire Department has been providing services to our community that are in line with legislative fire standards like the Fire Safety Act and National Fire Code. Below are some important items for residents to remember regarding open burning in their backyards:
Also included in the updated bylaw are clauses significant to national fire, building, health and environmental standards to promote the safety of residents and modernize the City’s document.