Friday, August 25, 2017
Regina Bypass will be closing Gravel Pit Road at the Highway One East intersection starting August 26, 2017 until September 1. During this temporary closure, access to Pilot Butte from Highway 1 (east and west bound) will be from the North Service Road.
When travelling from Regina, motorists can access the North Service Road via Tower Road near CTV. Motorists travelling west can access the North Service Road to Pilot Butte by following the detour signs along Highway 1. (Dufferin Homes intersection).
We appreciate your patience and understanding during construction of the Regina Bypass.
Tony Playter, ABC
From the Town of Pilot Butte:
Note: You can still turn left off of the Pilot Butte access (versus right onto the NSR) for a bit quicker access to go to White City/Emerald Park.
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|
The Town thanks those residents who regularly cut grass and hedges in the alley behind their homes and who maintain a tidy boulevard.
The Town would like to remind residents that, where back alleys exist, all the land between your property and your neighbour across the alley is TOWN property. The Town will be cutting these alleys in the next few weeks and would appreciate that residents clear the alleys of debris, garden refuse, unwanted sod, trimmed branches and garbage that they have dumped there. You may be charged for the cost of removal if the Town has to clear the alley behind your home. The Town has a mandate to clean the alleys and expects the respect and assistance of residents in maintaining them in a tidy fashion.
The same is true of boulevards. Please do not leave piles of dirt or other items on the boulevards. The Town appreciates those residents who have improved the boulevard in front of their homes, and certainly the boulevard may be used for parking, but if piles of dirt are left on them for extended periods, residents risk having the Town haul that dirt away.
Please do your part to keep the Town tidy and a community of which we can be proud.
Thank you – Town of Pilot Butte