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Public Notice - Council & Committee Meetings

Town Council

Topic: Special Budget Meeting

Time: Tuesday, February 7, 2023 at 5:30pm

Topic: Town of Shaunavon’s Regular Council Meeting
Time: Tuesday, February 7, 2023 at 7:30 PM.

Where: 401 Third Street West - Council Chambers

Council meetings are open to the public!

PUBLIC NOTICE - The General Council Meeting scheduled for Tuesday April 18, 2023 at 7:30 pm has been rescheduled to Tuesday April 25, 2023 at 7:30pm.

2017-2022 Town of Shaunavon Strategic Plan

2017-2022 Town of Shaunavon Strategic Plan

On behalf of Shaunavon Town Council and our Administration, we are pleased to present to you the 2017–2022 Strategic Plan. This plan outlines our Town’s strategic direction based on what we heard from the community and the resulting priorities established by council.

The Town of Shaunavon is developing an upcoming 5-year Strategic Plan for 2023-2028 to establish new goals based on the voiced opinions from community members and priorities laid out by Council. Information will roll out to the public as the plan develops!

The plan is to focus on economic development and growth, working collaboratively with our neighbours to enhance services for area residents and to improve how citizens receive information about Council’s direction and decisions.

SNOW REMOVAL - FEBRUARY 2023

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NOTICE - SNOW REMOVAL FEBRUARY 2023

The Town of Shaunavon will be having a grader come in to assist with snow removal on Monday evenings throughout the month of February. This aggressive snow removal is important because removing built-up snow from our streets improves drainage and eases street maintenance come spring time because it clears storm drains and reduces the amount of runoff.

Areas highlighted in the maps below have been assigned a day that they will be graded. Please refer to the maps below that show the highlighted areas.

Grading will take place beginning at midnight on the Monday evenings outlined in the schedule (these dates can be seen on the bottom right corner of each map). Residents MUST ensure that vehicles are moved OFF THE STREET PRIOR TO 8PM on those days.

It is important to note that if vehicles are not removed from the street during grading, they will be towed at the owner’s expense. Reminders will be provided on Facebook, in the Shaunavon Standard and on CJSN radio to allow residents ample notice to remove their vehicles from the designated streets on time. Stay informed by following the Town of Shaunavon Facebook and website for updates.

Thank you for yielding to snow removal equipment as they operate throughout the coming days. We appreciate your patience and co-operation during this time!

GENERAL SNOW REMOVAL INFORMATION:

  • When snow removal is planned the ‘tow vehicle’ signs will be placed on the streets and avenues to be cleaned that night. Vehicle owners are reminded that their vehicles will be towed if not removed and they will be responsible for the towing and any other fees.
  • Property owners/occupants you are responsible for keeping the sidewalks adjacent to your property free and clear of ice and snow. Snow from driveways, parking lots and residential sidewalks should not be placed out onto the street.
  • Owners/occupants in the downtown area are reminded that you have a twenty-four (24) hour time frame to remove the snow, ice or other loose debris from your adjacent sidewalks or the Town will have the work done for you and you will be invoiced the cost, plus an administration fee.
  • Vehicles (including trailers) not being moved on a regular basis should not be left parked on the street. Owners are at risk of being fined and having their vehicle impounded should they be left unlawfully parked on any street or lane.
  • Motorists are reminded to pay careful attention when snow removal equipment is operating. Vehicles entering into the work area are doing so at their own risk.
  • Fire Hydrants – moving or clearing snow? Do not place any snow on or near fire hydrants!

2022 CCBF Road Improvement Project

2022 CCBF Road Improvement Project

The Canada Community-Building Fund (CCBF), formally known as the Federal Gas Tax Fund program, is a permanent source of funding provided to provinces and territories, who in turn flow this funding to their municipalities to support local infrastructure priorities.

In 2022, the Town of Shaunavon used $296,545.84 of its Canada Community-Building Fund allocation for road improvement projects which included recap paving in nine locations with asphalt for approximately 11,633 sq m and Slurry Seal an additional 20,903 sq m.

For more information on federal infrastructure funding, visit: http://www.infrastructure.gc.ca .