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Licences are mandatory and are available at the Warman Legends Centre for $25 per pet. This tag is valid for the lifetime of the animal. The Warman Legends Centre is located at 701 Centennial Blvd, Warman SK.
Please contact our deputy city clerk at (306) 933-2133 for information on locating your loved one in one of Warman's cemeteries.
Fees and regulations are set in accordance with our Cemetery Bylaw 2015-16.
The City of Warman Procedures Bylaw No. 2016-01
Warman's curbside organics program is optional, and by subscription only.
The curbside organics program cost $10/month. Carts are picked up on Thursdays on a bi-weekly basis. The program runs from May 1st - Oct 31st annually,
If you're interested in signing up for our curbside organics program, please fill out the subscription form and drop it off at City Hall or email it to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Organics carts are for PLANT WASTE, FRUITS, VEGETABLES, COFFEE GROUNDS, FILTERS, TEA BAGS and EGG SHELLS. For more information on what's accepted, please visit Loraas organics website.
Following a snowfall, the snow is windrowed onto City sidewalks with the intent to remove the windrows time permitting. Crews attempt to keep at least 1/2 of the sidewalk clear during this time, until the windrows are removed. This process of snow removal is designed to continue to allow parking along residential streets, while maintaining wider roadway for 2-way traffic.
As per our snow removal bylaw, residents should refrain from shoveling, moving, sweeping or cleaning any snow, ice, dirt of other obstruction onto any street, sidewalk or lane. Doing so, hampers our crews ability to effectively remove snow.
In areas where snow is windrowed onto sidewalk, residents are not required to shovel their sidewalk, however they are encouraged to shovel their driveways as soon as reasonable, to help aid snow removal crews in identifying driveways.
While not directly related to snow removal, residents are asked to be mindful of parking regulations in the City. No vehicle can remain parked in an uninterrupted fashion for longer than 48 hours. For more information, please see our traffic bylaw.
There are a number of things that homeowners can do to help our crews during the snow removal process:
1. After a snowfall, at best refrain from parking along the street. In areas where there are no front facing driveways, crews will put out signs indicating date and time of snow removal. Residents in these areas are asked to do their best to adhere to this snow removal schedule.
2. Refrain from leaving your garbage/recycling carts our for extended periods of times before or after pickup.
3. Cleaning your driveway of snow in a timely manner will help crews identify your driveway, and increase the likelihood of windrows NOT being placed in front of your driveway.
Yes, every residential and non-residential property owner is required to pay education taxes, including people without children in school and senior citizens. This money is forwarded directly to the Prairie Spirit School Division to operate our local schools.
The majority of the street lights within the City of Warman are controlled and repaired by SaskPower. Outages should be reported to SaskPower, and can be done so easily online via: http://www.saskpower.com/outages/.
If you believe that your bin was missed for a regularly scheduled pick up please contact Loraas Customer Service at 306-242-2300.