The Municipal Office is now open to the public. In order to adher to social distancing requirements, there is only one customer allowed in the building at a time. Do not enter the Municipal Office if you have symptoms related to COVID-19, or if you have travelled outside Manitoba in the last 14 days.
Deadline Extended to Apply for the 2019 Farmland School Tax Rebate
POSTED: Wednesday, May 20, 2020 | 11:30 AM
The Province of Manitoba has introduced temporary orders related to the state of emergency. A component of these orders has resulted in extending the deadline to apply for the 2019 Farmland School Tax Rebate to the earlier of September 21, 2020, or the end of the state of emergency associated with COVID-19.
Applications must be received by MASC by the end of the day on Monday, September 21, 2020.
Property Owners Connected to the Low Pressure Sewer Force Main in Warren & Woodlands
POSTED: Wednesday, May 6, 2020 | 2:22 PM
The R.M. of Woodlands has contracted Jeffery’s Environmental Services Inc. to conduct the annual pump out of all septic tanks hooked in to the town low pressure sewage system. This process will be conducted beginning May 15, 2020 with completion by September 30, 2020. It is the responsibility of the resident to ensure the tank is accessible and free of obstructions. In addition, to ensure that your tank can be properly rinsed out, please run a connected garden hose out to your tank. Once the tank has been pumped out, you will receive a report from the operator and your hose can b ...more
Manitoba News Release: Province Investing $45 Million for Manitoba Seniors to Lessen Financial Burden Posed by COVID-19 Pandemic
POSTED: Tuesday, May 5, 2020 | 2:34 PM
Seniors Throughout our Province Deserve our Help and Support: Pallister
The province is extending $45 million in direct financial support to Manitoba seniors during the COVID-19 pandemic through the new Seniors Economic Recovery Credit that will deliver a $200 tax credit to each recipient, Premier Brian Pallister announced today. “Senior citizens across the province are facing increased financial hardships because they now have to pay extra for grocery deliveries, or purchasing and learning to use technology at home so they can communicate with their family members and the loved ones they ...more