The RM of Woodlands is committed to public safety during the outbreak of the COVID-19 virus. Currently we are still holding Public Hearings but with the following conditions:
- If you have any concerns, questions and/or support to a notice you may have received in regards to a Public Hearing for a conditional use or variance application, you can email them to the contact information on the notice you received. We will make sure your concerns, questions and/or support is brought forward at the Public Hearing. If you email in your concerns, questions and/or support, you will be treated the same as if you were there and will get mailed a notice of decision after the Public Hearing.
- If you feel that you need to attend the Public Hearing in person, we do require that all attendees pre-register ahead of time. The reason for the pre-registration is so that we may move the Public Hearing to a different location that would better suit the needs, so as to make sure we are following the recommended social distancing requirements.
We encourage all members of the public to visit www.gov.mb.ca/covid19/ which is being updated daily by the Province of Manitoba with information on COVID-19.
Thank you for your understanding.
Chad Green, Building Inspector
Council of the R.M. of Woodlands has made the decision to waive penalty fees for unpaid utility bills for up to two months following the due date of April 30, 2020. Late fees will be waived until June 30, 2020.
During this unprecedented time , Council is exploring ways to support those affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. We understand that not everyone may have the ability to pay bills on time, however those who are able to meet the due date are encouraged to do so.
Reeve & Council