Water Meter Read/Estimate Schedule
Between the months of October and May, the City puts in place an alternating schedule that includes meter reading for half of the City.
The alternating schedule is in place during these months due to extra time required to complete city-wide, month to month meter reads. Changes to seasonal staffing, colder temperatures, inclement weather, higher priority maintenance issues in cooler seasons, are all contributing factors in encouraging residents to provide their own meter reading.
The preferred dates to submit your reading is between the 19th and 24th
January- South estimated or submitted, North reads
February- South reads, North estimated or submitted
March- South estimated or submitted, North reads
April- South reads, North estimated or submitted
Note: Kinsmen Crescent Residents are included with and should follow South Scheduling
WHY SHOULD YOU PROVIDE US YOUR METER READ?
Your water bill will be based on actual consumption preventing you from being over billed or under billed
Days of usage may be higher when an estimate is used resulting in higher billing. A water meter read will ensure accuracy.
Estimates are based on prior usage, including summer months where water usage is typically higher. Actual water use in winter months will likely be lower resulting in a lower actual bill.
HOW CAN I SUBMIT MY READING?
By Phone- (306) 683-5556, you may leave a message but ensure to give your name and address with your meter read.
By Email- Contact our firstname.lastname@example.org to leave your water meter read
In Person- Stop by City Hall during regular office hours to leave us your meter read.
Keeping Hydrants Clear of Snow
With the recent snowfall, the City of Martensville and the Martensville Fire Department would like to ask residents for their assistance with keeping the fire hydrants clear of snow, parked vehicles, and other obstructions. Clearing snow from the hydrant helps keep hydrants visible and easily assessable which will save valuable time in the case of an emergency. Property Owners may be subject to fines for burying or obstructing hydrants. To find out more including the Snow Management Bylaw, please visit Martensville.ca
Income Tax Information Session
Hosted by the Martensville Library, this information session will help you find out about benefit and credit payments for if you do your taxes every year, how benefits are calculated and when to apply.
Session takes place: Wednesday, January 29th at the Martensville Branch Library
66 Main Street- Civic Centre
Contact the Library for more information
Water Line Freeze Ups- Service Interruptions
If you have an interruption of water service to your home, you may have a waterline freeze up.
Though there have been no reports of freeze-ups to date, if you experience a waterline freeze-up, or any other interruption in service, please call (306) 931-2166 to report your issue.
If this happens outside of regular business hours, please follow the prompts to be transferred to the emergency after-hours contact. Thank you for your co-operation!
Martensville Library Board Annual General Meeting
Members of the public are invited to attend the AGM of the Martensville Library Board to be held:
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 2020 8:00 PM
MARTENSVILLE BRANCH LIBRARY ROOM 7—Library Programming Room 66 MAIN STREET (CIVIC CENTRE)
The Martensville Library Board is always looking for new member and new ideas. Regular Board Meetings are held approximately 5 times per year. Board Members participate in the meetings and also volunteer time to help out with special library events and fundraising.