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This Week in the City of Martensville

by City of Martensville

The Martensville Business Expo is Back!

The Martensville Business Expo is April 29th from 5-8 PM and Saturday, April 30th from 10 AM-4 PM. Reconnect with the businesses and organizations in our community!

There will be delicious food, great drinks, interactive booths, sales and local entertainment all Expo long!

The Martensville Kinsmen are providing breakfast on Saturday from 8-10 AM and it is by donation!

Admission to the Expo is $2, watch for updates in the coming weeks on the weekend’s activities.

To Register, your business for a booth, contact the Prairie Sky Chamber of Commerce.

Street Sweeping Season

Street Sweeping will be underway in the community with the emphasis on an initial sweep and a focus on the arterial and collector roadways.

Sweeping will commence in residential areas so please watch for signs and posts in your neighbourhood. We ask that vehicles be removed from the streets on your ‘sweep’ day however tickets will not be issued, nor vehicles towed away.

Friendly reminder to please stay back from Street Sweeping equipment as crews work. For more information about street sweeping contact City Hall.

Civic Services Under the Lifting of the Public Health Order – What You Should Know!

Saskatchewan’s current public health orders have been lifted, effective February 28, 2022.

City Hall and all civic facilities are open and available for business with the public. Civic facilities are a ‘mask-friendly’ environment, meaning the City of Martensville respects all individuals’ freedom to don a mask for their own comfort and safety.

Martensville Athletic Pavilion – Opened, including drop-in programs. Contact the MAP or Martensville.ca for information or questions about programs.

Please do not visit City Hall or public facilities if you are feeling unwell, experiencing flu-like symptoms, or have been in contact with someone who is presumptive or tested positive for COVID-19.

After Hour Water and Sewer Emergencies- should still be directed through the Emergency line at City Hall, (306) 931-2166, ext.1.

Questions about Facilities or Programs? City Staff are available to work with the public via phone or email. Questions or inquiries can be directed to City Hall via phone (306-931-2166) or inquiry@martensville.ca OR the Martensville Athletic Pavilion (306-683-5576) or mapreception@martensville.ca.

May 2022 Council Meeting Dates

Please Note: Council Meetings may be attended in-person but guests must wear a mask and should practice social distancing within Council Chambers. Those still wishing to attend but would wish to do so virtually should contact the City Clerk or visit the online agenda for the link to attend.

Regular Council Meeting- May 3rd
Committee of the Whole Meeting- May 10th
Regular Council Meeting- May 17th

The Regular Council Meetings are located at Martensville City Hall Council Chambers in Martensville City Hall at 37 Centennial Dr. S. All meetings commence at 5 PM.

Those wishing to address or do a presentation to Council must be placed on the agenda. To be placed on the agenda please contact the City Clerk’s office at City Hall or visit the website for details.

The full Council and Committee of the Whole Schedule can be obtained at martensville.ca.

Big Changes Coming for Water Meters

The City of Martensville is initiating a program where existing water meters will be replaced with new automated water meters. Neptune Technology Group will be installing the meters by area and will be contacting homeowners to make appointments for the change-out.

This project will begin in late February and be completed city-wide by July. To learn more, please check the information piece with your water bill or visit martensville.ca

Lane Usage During Spring Thaw

The City of Martensville encourages residents, for which their lane is a secondary means of access to their property, to limit their usage during the spring thaw period. Heavy or repetitive vehicle usage during spring thaw and wet conditions can cause further rutting and reduce drainage. This limits the ability of crews to conduct maintenance on the lanes in a timely manner and increases time required to reshape lanes.

For questions or further information please contact Public Works at 931-2166.

More tips for Spring Thaw can be found on Martensville.ca under ‘Services for Residents’.

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