Property tax is determined by two things: the assessed value placed on the land and buildings (assessed by the Saskatchewan Assessment Management Agency) and the mill rate determined by Town Council. Assessments are executed every four years and are subject to change by assessment appeal procedure.
Buildings or improvement assessments are determined by the assessor after a physical inspection. The assessor is guided by an assessment manual that sets out a classification of the various types of structures and quality of construction. The assessment manual is based on 2009 replacement values.
PUBLIC SERVICES AND UTILITIES
Gravelbourg receives excellent police protection through the local RCMP detachment, which employs four police officers and one Sergeant. Their patrol area includes the Town of Gravelbourg and surrounding rural communities.
For more information contact (306) 648-4350.
Fire and Rescue Department
The Gravelbourg Volunteer Fire Department consists of a Fire Chief and twenty-one volunteer firefighters. The Department operates one modern fire truck which is owned by the town. A truck owned by the surrounding Rural Municipality of Gravelbourg #104 is also available when necessary.
The volunteers provide service twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week to Gravelbourg and district.
For more information contact (306) 648-3330.
Saskwater pipes its water from Thomson Lake, located 6 miles south of town along Highway 58.
After filtration and treatment, it is stored in a 300,000 gallon reservoir. Total storage capacity is 390,000 gallons, including a 60,000 gallon water tower. The water pressure averages approximately 60 P.S.I. throughout the distribution system. SaskWater manages the town's water treatment system.
For more information contact the customer service line at 1-888-230-1111.
Sewage effluent is pumped from a double pump lift station to a three cell (primary & secondary) lagoon, located ¼ mile east of town.
The Town operates a Waste Disposal Site ¼ mile north of town. We have weekly pickup in residential areas and daily pickup in the business section. Recycling is actively encouraged in Gravelbourg, with facilities available to collect refillable cans, bottles, paper products, used oil and filters and container recycling.
|TOWN LANDFILL HOURS OF OPERATION
Tuesday to Friday
|3:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
||1:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Sunday and Monday
(statutory holidays, as well
as inclement weather)
Materials Accepted: Leaves, Grass Clippings, Manure
Materials Not Accepted: Tires, Branches, Trees, Brush, Wood of any type, Garbage, Metals, Plastics, Etc.
** A $50.00 FINE WILL BE ISSUED TO INDIVIDUALS DISPOSING OF UNACCEPTABLE MATERIALS.
SARCAN RECYCLING | HIGHWAY 43 & 58 EAST
Help keep our community clean and green by visiting the SARCAN Recycling Depot. SARCAN accepts all deposit beverage containers for recycling.
For more information contact (306) 648-3217.
|HOURS OF OPERATION
Monday to Friday
| 8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Tuesday to Saturday
| 9:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
*Gates are locked between Saturday at 5:00 p.m. and Monday at 8:30 a.m.
Blue Bin Recycling
Loraas Disposal is excited to be a part of Gravelbourg's Curbside recycling. Recycling Carts will be collected every second Monday weeks; carts must be out by 7:00am. Blue carts are provided by the Town of Gravelbourg.
Please click on the calendar link below for pick up dates
2020 Recycle Shedule
For more information contact 1-888-757-6937 or visit www.saskpower.com.
For more information contact 1-800-567-8899 or visit www.saskenergy.com. Compare rates at https://energyrates.ca
For more information contact 1-866-363-2225 or visit www.myaccess.ca.
Telephone and Internet
For more information contact 1-800-727-5835 or visit www.sasktel.com.
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Animal Protection Services | www.animalprotectionservices.ca
Animal protection services helps ensure that all animals in our province have adequate care. Contact 1-844-382-0002 for details.