Transportation

Dust Control

Dust control in the form of magnesium chloride will be applied on the municipal roadway adjacent to a residence, upon written request from the landowner; and all requests must be received in the Administration Office no later than April 30th in any year. An application form can be obtained by contacting the Administration Office or on the website under Administration - Forms.

Upon completion of the work, the ratepayer shall be invoiced for 50% of the municipality's actual cost of the product and application for 200 meters. Product and application applied beyond the 200 meters will be invoiced to the ratepayer at 100%.

Haul Road Agreements

All haulers, hauling goods or commodities over any road in the municipality on a continuous basis, must enter into a haul road agreement. The municipality shall designate which roads may be utilized for the continuous haul, and all haul road fees must be submitted to the municipality upon completion of the haul or, in any case, prior to December 31st in each year.

The haul road fees are established in accordance with the provisions of the Road Maintenance and Restoration Agreement Regulations, 1995, and are set annually at the first meeting of Council.

Overweight Permits

The municipality may issue overweight permits to haulers allowing them to transport the primary highway weight applicable to the axle group loading for the permitted unit.

The cost of the permit is $150 per vehicle per calendar year.

Trucking - Ministry of Highways and Infrastucture

Gross Weight Chart
Saskatchewan Truckers Guide

 

Custom Work 

The motor graders may undertake grading of lanes during the summer months at a rate of $200 per hour, with a minimum charge of $100. All requests for custom work must be made to the administration office, and the work will be undertaken when patrols are in the area. Custom work is not available during the winter.