Town of Saltcoats
2018 Water Main Flushing Schedule
May 1, 2018
Hydrant # 1 – Gibson Avenue
Hydrant # 2 - 400 Block of Crescent Lake Road
Hydrant #3 – Corner of Ayr and Crescent Lake Road
Hydrant #4 – Corner of Ayr and Montreal
May 2, 2018
Hydrant # 5 - Corner of Montreal and York
Hydrant # 6 - Corner of Ayr and Glasgow
Hydrant # 7 - Corner of York and Glasgow
Hydrant #8 - Corner of Tupper and Glasgow
May 3, 2018
Hydrant # 9 - Corner of Allan and York
Hydrant #10 - Corner of Allan and Tupper
Hydrant #11- Corner of Ayr and High Street
Hydrant #12- Corner of Commercial and Crescent Lake Road
May 4, 2018
Hydrant # 13 - Corner of Commercial and Montreal
Hydrant # 14 - Corner of Commercial and Glasgow
Hydrant #15 – Corner of Commercial and Allan
Hydrant #16- Montreal and 100 Block
May 8, 2018
Hydrant # 17 – Glasgow and Crescent Lake Road
Hydrant # 18 – 100 Block of Allan
Hydrant # 19 – 100 Block of High Street
Flushing Times: 10am – 12pm and 1pm – 3pm
**May cause discolored water during flushing**
Saltcoats can boast of several major industries that headquarter in our town such as, EMW Industrial, PennTruss, and Castleton Industries. It is well located in the Agricultural and Potash industrial area and within commuting distance of the industries in nearby Yorkton.
Saltcoats offers residents of the Town and RM an ice rink, curling rink, library, community hall, daycare, and a senior’s care home. There is a hotel, restaurant with bed and breakfast, Credit Union, liquor outlet, two antique stores, auto repair and a gas station and convenience store. An elementary school from Kindergarten to Grade 8 welcomes children from Saltcoats, Bredenbury and many rural students from the area, as well as a playschool for children 3-4 years old. Our location makes access to all the Yorkton amenities and shopping very convenient.
Saltcoats is situated only 27 km from the thriving City of Yorkton and due to the picturesque setting of Anderson Lake has earned the title "The Laketown of Saskatchewan". Saltcoats' population, according to the 2016 Canadian Census, is 484. It is located on the Trans-Canada Yellowhead Highway #16 between Winnipeg MB and Saskatoon SK.
Town of Saltcoats now accepts
E-transfers for the following payments:
-other general payment items
To send an E-transfer, email the transfer to email@example.com and in a separate email to the same address please include the following information:
-item you are making a payment on
-your account number, if applicable
-the security question and answer for the E-transfer
If you have any questions about sending E-transfers please contact the town office at 306-744-2212
Saturdays: 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
1/2 Ton truck or smaller: $15.00
1/2 Ton truck above the box: $20.00
Large trailer or truck load: $30.00
Compost (branches, leaves, grass clippings and garden waste): Free
Report Illegal Dumping
When hiring a septic waste hauling operator, residents are encouraged to ask to see the operator's Ministry of Environment permit and inquire where the waste is being disposed. If residents are aware of or observe improper disposal methods, the offense should be reported by calling the toll-free TIP line at 1-800-667-7561 or #5555 on your SaskTel cell phone.
The Town of Saltcoats has approved the
following changes to the Saltcoats Landfill,
these changes are effective January 1, 2016:
- Household Garbage will no longer be accepted
- Construction Material will no longer be accepted
- Clean Wood will still be accepted
- Compost: only accepted if unbagged or
in biodegradable bags
- Metal will still be accepted
The Rural Municipality of Saltcoats
Residents willbe allowed to deposit the
following items in bins at the landfill that
are being provided by the R.M.:
- Household Garbage
- Paper & Cardboard
Curbside pickup for household garbage and recycling in the Town of Saltcoats will continue on alternating Wednesdays!
Available to Rent - Saltcoats Housing Authority
The Housing Authority presently has vacancies and may be able to rent to applicants that do not meet program criteria. Anyone looking for housing is encouraged to apply.
The Social Housing Program provides safe and adequate housing to individuals and families in need.
This program is intended to serve households with low incomes; priority is given to seniors (60+), families with children or dependants, and individuals with disabilities.
The rent for a housing unit is based on gross household income. Priority for placement is given to applicants in most need. Applications are kept on file for six months. Seniors who do not meet eligibility criteria may still be able to rent units depending on availability.
For more information contact: 306-744-2972
2016 Annual Waterworks Financial Information
The following information regarding the operation of the Town of Saltcoats waterworks is provided as required under The Municipalities Act and Regulations
Annual Waterworks Information for 2016
Total Revenue (Jan 1, 2016 - Dec 31, 2016)
Total Expenditures (Jan 1, 2016 - Dec 31, 2016)
Total Debt Payments on Waterworks Infrastructure Loans
Total Utility Reserve to Dec 31, 2016
(Increase of $33,993)
Comparison of water & sewer revenues to expenditures including debt payments:
($248,407) / ($214,414) = 1.1585
For 2016 water revenues covered 100% of expenditures with an approximately $33,993 additional revenue to be added to the waterworks reserve for 2016.
The following additional information is available at the Town of Saltcoats office:
Annual Notice to Consumers
2016 Waterworks Rate Policy
Utility System Annual Financial Overview
2015 Waterworks System Assessment Report
If you would like more information regarding the Annual
Waterworks Financial Information, please contact the Town Office
Recycling is in
the Town of Saltcoats!
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Leflay Trail Renewal
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Lots for Sale in Saltcoats
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