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.
Construction at 1st Ave. N.E. and 16th St. is complete. As Tuesday evening, the intersection will again open to traffic.
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.
Applications are open until Sept. 29 and available on the City of Weyburn website at www.weyburn.ca/youth-council.
Updated September 26 Construction at 1st Ave. N.E. and 16th St. is complete. As Tuesday evening, the intersection will again open to traffic. Please follow all traffic and pedestrian rules. […]
“These senseless acts cause financial setbacks and project delays,” said Jennifer Wilkinson, Director of Engineering. “When things like this happen, it’s disheartening and frustrating for everyone involved.”
Updated September 22 Below is Sandra LaRose’s speech from the safety decal unveiling event: Good afternoon everyone, On August 16, 2018, 4 miles down this line of track, my life […]
Updated September 21 Unidirectional flushing for Thursday is planned in the following areas: Coteau Ave. Souris Ave. Railway Ave. 1st St. 2nd St. 4th St. Government Rd. Sims St. Moore […]
Due to water service work, the 200 block of Foster St. and Coteau Ave. (between Government Rd. and Foster St.) will be under a PDWA until further notice.