2019 May & June Council Meeting Dates
Regular Council- May 21st
Regular Council- June 4th
Committee of the Whole- June 11th
City of Martensville Open House- June 11th, 6PM
Regular Council Meeting- June 18th
The Regular Council Meetings are located at Martensville City Hall Council Chambers.
Martensville City Hall
37 Centennial Dr. S
All Regular Council Meetings and Committee of the Whole Meetings are open to the public.
All meetings commence at 5PM.
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
City of Martensville Open House
City Hall Lobby, 37 Centennial Drive South
Tuesday June 11th– 6-8PM
Stop by for a coffee and refreshment and take the opportunity to meet with Council, Administration and members of the RCMP to ask questions and find out what is planned and happening in your City
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Never Lose a Bill, Save Paper and Avoid those Late Fees!
The City of Martensville offers a number of services to help you conveniently receive and pay for your utilities or property taxes.
– Apply for e‐Billing to receive your monthly utility bills through email.
– Apply for Pre‐Authorized Payments, to avoid late payment fees.
– Apply for the Tax Installment Payment Plan for equalized monthly tax payments.
For more information on these services contact or visit us at City Hall or visit Martensville.ca
Save Water and Save on Your Utility Bills!
Water Conservation Tips
- Water your lawn deeply, but not more than once a week. During periods of extended rain, water even less frequently.
- Water new lawns every other day until the grass reaches 5 cm; then water less frequently.
- Set a tuna can in each of your sprinkler zones and time how long it takes to fill it with water. That’s how long you should run your sprinkler once a week if your lawn is dry.
- Use drip irrigation and/or sprinkler systems that are timed to turn on and off automatically. Remember to turn them off if it’s raining.
- Don’t water your lawn during the hottest time of the day. Instead, water early in the morning or in the evening. Don’t water when it’s rainy or windy.
- Check the sprinkler position to make sure you don’t waste water by watering the street, sidewalks or driveway.
- Xeriscape Landscaping – Group plants according to their watering needs. Plant water-saving plants, trees and shrubs. Use mulch to retain moisture in the soil. All of this can save 10-35 litres of water per minute.
- When mowing your lawn, only cut the top 1/3 of the grass and leave clippings behind. They will help the soil retain moisture and provide natural fertilizer.
- Wash your car at the car wash. Washing at home with a hose for ten minutes uses 300 litres of water and sends soap, oil and other chemicals to the river through storm drains. At a car wash, run-off is captured and disposed of properly.
- Use a broom when cleaning your driveway or walkway. Washing with a hose uses almost 200 litres of water.
Indoor Water Conservation Tips
- When you want a drink, don’t let the water run until it is cold. Instead, refrigerate a jug of tap water and save 7-12 litres of water per minute.
- Don’t let the tap run when rinsing dishes or washing fruit and vegetables and save 7-12 litres of water per minute.
- Don’t pre-rinse dishes before putting them in the dishwasher. Instead, scrape off food first using a spatula. Soak very dirty pans and dishes before washing.
- Run the dishwasher only when it’s fully loaded and save 70-190 litres of water with each load you eliminate.
- Repair any leaks. Turn faucets off firmly. Check and replace any worn out fixtures, washers, O-rings and hose connections.
- Avoid using garbage disposals. Disposals require lots of water to operate properly. Instead, start a compost pile.
- Save as much as 10 litres of water per minute with a low-flow showerhead.
- Don’t overfill and fill less than a full bath. Better yet, you’ll save water by taking a short shower instead.
- Replace an old toilet with a water-efficient model and save as much as 14 litres of water per flush and 70 litres per person, per day
- Check for leaks in your toilet by adding a few drops of food coloring to the tank. Coloring will appear in the toilet bowl if it’s leaking.
- Run the washing machine only when it’s fully loaded. Each load you eliminate saves 70-190 litres of water.
- Check washing machine hoses for cracks that could result in leaks.
- Use your water meter to check for hidden water leaks. Read the water meter before and after a two-hour period when no water is being used. If the meter does not read exactly the same, there is a leak.
Landscaping or Working on your Property this Summer? – Things You Should Know
Access to Private Property Through Open Spaces Bylaw
Due to damage to City property and failure to remedy damages; the City has created the Access to Private Property Through Open Spaces Bylaw. The City Traffic Control and Waste Bylaws have also been rewritten to set the provisions to access private property through City land.
Access to Private Property Through Open Spaces Bylaw 2-2016
Any person or businesses that will be driving a vehicle or equipment over city open space to access private property are now required to apply for a permit prior to gaining access.
Section 6 (2) No person shall carry on the following activities in an open space area without a permit:
(a) leave or store personal property;
(b) set up a temporary shelter, tarp, canopy or other such device;
(c) drive or arrange for a vehicle or equipment to be driven through an open space area;
Traffic Bylaw – Dumping of Materials
Dumping of material onto city streets is not permitted, any material must be placed on the owner’s property unless permission is granted by the Director of Infrastructure and Planning or designate. Any person or any business who will be conducting work on or around city streets must setup a safe temporary traffic control zone.
Section 4 (f) Any person or company responsible for construction, construction equipment, or material within the highway/street must setup a safe temporary work traffic control zone. At the request of the Director of Infrastructure and Planning or designate a written work zone traffic control plan may be required prior to approval for installation and setup.
Waste Bylaw 18-2015
Work sites must have a bin/truck on site to dump their waste material into, so as to not leave material scattered around the work site or piled on the road way.
- (1) Any owner or contractor carrying out the construction, alteration or demolition of a building, structure or landscaping on any property shall:
(a) place all waste into a waste container or enclosure;
For further information or questions about these bylaws or to see what you need prior to starting a project, please contact City Hall 931-2166