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Ditch Mowing and Hay Salvage Program – 2017

The annual Ditch Mowing and Hay Salvage Program will make hay available at no cost on provincial highway ditches. This helps control brush and weeds, which maintains sightlines for motorists on curves and intersections. The program also optimizes snow storage Read on! →

2017 Leafy Spurge Beetle Collection Days

On July 3rd – 7th I will be holding Leafy Spurge Beetle Collection Field Days at Besant Campground, west of Caronport on Highway #1. All Saskatchewan landowners and Rural Municipality representatives are invited to come and take part in the Read on! →

Are You Protected Against Scams & Fraud

The Town of Lumsden does not have any concerns specific to scams or fraud in Lumsden, so this information is strictly for information purposes to increase awareness. Below is the first Canadian Edition of The Little Black Book of Scams, detailing a Read on! →

Agriculture & Agri-Food Canada Insect Surveys 2017

Once again this year staff from Agriculture and Agri-food Canada will be surveying insect populations in fields throughout the province.  Please see the letter below outlining these activities and a summary of the insect maps for the coming season. 2017 Insect Monitoring Letter Read on! →

2017 Flood Season Information and Kits

The Water Security Agency (WSA) has released its Spring Runoff Potential forecast. In a March 9 news release, the WSA forecast near normal spring runoff for most of the province, except for southeastern Saskatchewan and areas west of Hudson Bay, where runoffs may be above Read on! →

2017 is a Revaluation Year. What Does That Mean?

The Saskatchewan Assessment Management Agency (SAMA) conducts revaluation of properties every four years; 2017 is one of those years.  SAMA updates assessed property values to reflect a new base.  This year, the new base is January 1, 2015. What does Read on! →

911 is for Emergencies only

911 is for emergency use/situations only. If you need to contact any RCMP Detachment in Saskatchewan after hours and your situation is not an emergency, you can call 310-5000. This is a non-emergency number. Other RCMP numbers in the Lumsden Read on! →

2017 Shelterbelt Program

Program Roll Out November 25, 2016 6% discount for November tree purchases and 5% discount for December tree purchases. 2017 Shelterbelt Program Detailed Information 2017 Shelter Belt Tree Order Form If you prefer to order direct online, please visit www.help-shelterbelts.com Read on! →