...that the town sends out “Welcome Packages” to new residents? The packages contain a community directory, some coupons from local businesses, well information, the latest copy of the News and Views and a Pilot Butte reusable shopping bag paid for by the Pilot Butte Lion’s Club?
...the town collects and pays for six random water tests per month from local residents? If you would like your water tested, please contact the town office.
...that a 911 call will result in either the police, fire department or ambulance responding to the address associated with the one listed on your Sasktel bill. Please have your house number clearly marked.
...that Town information on important issues is published in the monthly newsletter, the “News and Views”; posted on the Post Office bulletin board, in the Town Office, on the town website, or you may call the town office and any one of the staff would be happy to answer any questions or provide information. In addition, any message of importance will now be delivered by the Synrevoice Communication System by telephone or e-mail or both.
...that if you suspect you have a sewer blockage you must call the Town first and have one of the maintenance staff will check the line with the sewer camera?
...that Pilot Butte has had a “Sustainable Planning Committee’ since 1999?
...that if you have an emergency after 5 p.m. or on weekends, you should call the on-call number at 529-6768?
...that all Council meetings are open to the public and are held every second and fourth Monday of the month?
...that the Golden Sunset Club hosts a crib tournament every month?