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The Town of Pilot Butte now offers residents the opportunity to receive specific municipal notices as attachments in an e-mail rather than by regular mail. 

The service will be available beginning with the May Utility Notice, which will be sent out at the end of May. 

If you would like your utility bills emailed to you as an EBILL, please note that a Consent Form must be filled out, signed and returned to the Town Office, prior to Friday, May 20 at 12 noon.  Click on the link below to access the fillable.pdf Consent Form.

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 You can drop off the completed and signed form at the Town Office or scan the form and e-mail it to 

Consent to the use of e-mail for the delivery of municipal notices includes agreement with the following:

1. Failure to receive an e-mailed municipal notice does not release me from my responsibility to pay any charges specified on the notice, or any penalties which may be incurred by late payment.

2. I will inform the Town of Pilot Butte of any change in my e-mail address as soon as possible, to prevent the misdirection of notices and reduce the risk of my not receiving a notice.

3. I may withdraw from e-mail delivery at any time.  To do so I will inform the Town of Pilot Butte, and all notices which were previously e-mailed to me will be sent by regular mail.


Return completed form in person to the Town Office, by fax to 306-781-4477 or email to .  Thank you.

Bylaw No. 2-2016 Council Procedures

new home buyer bewareWhen a new home is built, the builder will provide the homeowner with a copy of the Real Property Report (RPR) and the Elevation Certificate. The RPR shows the location of the structure within the boundaries of the lot. The Elevation Certificate shows the proper Elevations. These elevations are not to be changed or altered. Any changes will cause drainage issues to possibly the homeowner and adjoining lots. When a purchaser is looking at buying a lot, at that time, it would be beneficial to inquire about the elevations prior to the final purchase to be aware of what the elevations are going to be so there are no misunderstandings.

Residents who own and operate ATV’s are reminded that there are penalties in the Saskatchewan All Terrain Vehicles Act pertaining to the operation of ATV’s by minors, to the operation of ATVs by anyone on private land not owned by the operator, and restrictions on operations on public lands.  Please take a few moments to read the Town of Butte ATV Bylaw and the Saskatchewan All Terrain Vehicles Act provided on the Town website.  The Act provides for penalties of $1000 for persons operating an ATV in contravention of the law.

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The times have changed…again. We have simplified the callers menu for your convenience.

You will still connect using the main number at 781-4547, and then you are prompted to select from the menu as shown below:

1. Building Permits & Accounts Payable
2. Recreation Director
3. General Office Services – Including Tax & Utility Information
4. Emergency After Hours Only


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