|Arts Council Bylaw 2017-1983 by Administration|
City council has proposed a bylaw regarding the arts council.
|Proposed Bylaw 2017-1982 Council Code of Ethics by Administration|
City council has proposed a bylaw regarding the council code of ethics.
|Annual Report on Drinking Water by Administration|
The City of Estevan's Water & Wastewater Services Division has released their annual report on drinking water.
|Snow Removal Reminder by Administration|
The City would like to remind citizens to deposit snow in appropriate spaces this winter.
|Public Notice On Animal Licensing Fees by Administration|
Bylaw 2006-1739 shows full details to animal licensing in the City of Estevan. Please be aware of the fees when picking up your animal from the Estevan Humane Society.
|City Requesting Feedback on Proposed 2017 Operating Budget by Administration|
City Administration is requesting public input on the proposed 2017 Operating Budget.
|Ice Skating Schedule Changes by Administration|
|The City of Estevan Leisure Services Division would like to announce that due to the disruption with the ice surfaces at Affinity Place and the Power Dodge Ice Centre there has been temporary changes made to the Skating schedules.|
|Estevan Bruins Return to HOME Ice after July Floods by Administration|
|On July 10, 2016 Affinity Place was severely affected by the massive flooding that hit Estevan and surrounding area. Water levels rose to 6 feet in the ice plant mechanical room and submerged all electrical components, controls, pumps, motors and compressors. Virtually everything in the ice plant had to be replaced and re-installed.|
|2016 Fall Citywide Registration date set for September 7 by Administration|
|Fall 2016 Citywide Registration will be taking place on September 7th at the Lignite Miners Centre (LMC) in the Estevan Leisure Centre from 5:30 – 8:30pm. City of Estevan Aquatic and Fitness Classes will be available to register online (www.estevan.ca) and in person at that time.|
|Sun Country Health Region (SCHR) Advises Risk of West Nile Virus Increasing by Administration|
|The mosquito surveillance traps in southern Saskatchewan are indicating that there are more of the Culex tarsalis mosquitoes that can spread West Nile Virus (WNS) and that some of these mosquitoes are now infected with West Nile Virus. |