Rangeline Road Work July 22-31

Please note July 22- 31, 2024 marks the window for ditch improvements and Rangeline Road construction. Crews will do their best to make it the least intrusive to residents trying to access their properties. We hope to maintain one lane of open traffic however the reality is the access to Rangeline and at times – the 100 block of Scott Street, Main Bay and Scott Bay, may be temporarily blocked. We will provide updates as they come in.

Weather and construction plans do not always proceed as planned so we appreciate everyone’s patience and accommodation of the inconvenience during the roadwork At times – alleys may have to be used to access properties.

If you can, please avoid the Rangeline during times when crews are working. Thankyou to everyone also for watching out for construction workers on foot and your contributions to safe working zones in Muenster. We all look forward to the improvements that is certain!

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Fire Ban Revised for Saskatchewan

Released on July 17, 2024

Part of the provincial fire ban issued by the Saskatchewan Public Safety Agency (SPSA) on July 11 is being modified effective 11 a.m. on Wednesday, July 17. 

The provincial fire ban will remain in effect for all Crown lands, provincial parks, provincial recreation sites, and the Northern Saskatchewan Administration District located north of the provincial forest boundary, including the 4.5 km burn notification area.

In general, south of Prince Albert, it will be up to individual municipalities, First Nation communities, rural municipalities, and parks to determine if a fire ban is required. 

“Each provincial park in the southern part of the province will continue to work with the SPSA to determine risk and implement campfire restrictions if required,” Minister of Parks, Culture and Sport Laura Ross said. “We encourage all residents and visitors to remain diligent in preventing human-caused fires in all areas of Saskatchewan.”

As of 8 a.m. on July 17, there are 95 wildfires burning in the province. To date, Saskatchewan has had 367 wildfires, which is 119 more than the five-year average of 248.

“While we are modifying the current fire ban, the situation is dependent on weather, temperature, soil conditions and overall fire risk,” said Minister of Corrections, Policing and Public Safety Paul Merriman. “People need to be aware of, and adhere to, all fire bans and burning restrictions placed by municipalities, First Nation communities, rural municipalities and regional parks.” 

Anyone who spots a wildfire can call 1-800-667-9660, dial 9-1-1 or contact their closest SPSA Forest Protection Area office.

People can find the latest fire risk maps, fire prevention tips and an interactive fire ban map at saskpublicsafety.ca.

Established in 2017, the SPSA is a treasury board crown corporation responsible for wildfire management, emergency management, Sask911, SaskAlert, the Civic Addressing Registry, the Provincial Disaster Assistance Program and fire safety. 

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For more information, contact:

Stephanie Wilkinson
Saskatchewan Public Safety Agency
Prince Albert
Phone: 306-798-0094
Email: media.spsa@gov.sk.ca

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Provincial Fire Ban Issued for: Crown lands, provincial parks, provincial recreation sites and the Northern Saskatchewan Administration District.

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Road Work Update: Rangeline construction will commence July 22/24 for the week, following the provincial ball weekend. Stay posted for further details coming soon.

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Dust Suppression – Mark will be around town today on the Kubota applying Calcium Chloride for dust suppression today.

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July 17, 2024 Computer Upgrades

July 17th, 2024 – Note Village Admin Office has scheduled technology upgrades. No electronic correspondence, receipt issuing, etc will be possible on July 17th. Pending completion of the necessary procedures, we expect normal business to resume on Thursday July 18th.

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Newsletter Addition July 2024

Thank you to all the individuals who contribute information to our office to keep the community updated. If you would like your organization represented in our newsletter, please submit info to muenster@sasktel.net as newsletters are typically published quarterly.

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Public Works Updates July 2024

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Muenster Municipal Election Coming Nov 13, 2024

Dates to Note:

Eligibility to Vote and Become a Council Member:

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