This weekend, our Bypass Team will be working on the Highway 1 East on and off ramps at Emerald Park Road. To complete the work, we will require a full closure of Emerald Park Road at the Highway 1 entrance on Saturday, August 19 after 7 pm.
We are scheduled to do this this work overnight on Saturday.
The Emerald Park Road closure will begin Saturday night at approximately 7 pm and reopen around 6 am on the morning of Sunday, August 20, weather permitting.
During construction, we will install an Emerald Park Detour sign and a Variable Message Sign to direct traffic to the next exit.
We will also be doing some resurfacing along the South Service Road at the Gravel Pit Road Intersection.
Our traffic team will be on site and motorists can expect reduced speeds and single lane alternating traffic during this work.
This work is scheduled to be completed Thursday, August 24, weather permitting.
The Town of Pilot Butte Recreation Department is partnering with the YMCA of Regina to investigate offering a new Youth Program this fall/winter. The programs goal is to grow leadership skills in youth along with promoting active volunteerism and community involvement. If you have a child interested in this program or you may be interested in enrolling your child in such a program, please consider completing the attached survey. Your feedback is going to help bring this opportunity to the Town of Pilot Butte.
The Town of Pilot Butte Recreation Department is looking to offer the Forever…in motion program this fall and winter. Instructors are needed and training courses are available next month. There is no cost to become an instructor and there will be no cost for participants. For more information see the attached link or email Brian at .
Being a pet owner requires all sorts of responsibility, one that is often overlooked is licencing your pet.
The Town of Pilot Butte has enacted a new bylaw to control dogs and cats. This new Dog & Cat Control – Ownership and Possession Bylaw addresses licencing pets, dogs and cats running at large, dangerous dogs, and the impoundment of dogs, cats and other regulations within the bylaw.
As loyal as our pets are, they may find themselves lost and unable to return home one day. Having your pet licensed ensures that they can be identified and returned more easily.
Why is it so important to license your pet?
Luckily, getting a license for your pet is easy. You can get one from the Town Office and our licences are for the lifetime of your pet.
In accordance with Bylaw 11-2017 the licensing fees are as follows effective immediately:
|Spayed Female dog||$20|
|Neutered Male dog||$20|
|Female and Male Cat||$40|
|Sterilized Female and Male Cat||$20|