Rural Municipality of Moose Creek #33


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Regarding: South of Section 06,Township 06,Range 03 W2M

Effective immediately Monday, August 8,2016 one mile of road South of Section 06,Township 06,Range 03 W2M will be CLOSED until further notice. Thank you for your co-operation.

The Transfer Station is located 6 miles north of Alameda on Highway #9.  It is on the East side of the road.

Commissioner For Oaths services are available at the RM office.  This service is for rate payers. 

The Lower Souris River Watershed has purchased a grain bag roller for residents of the watershed to use free of charge. It is located at the RM of Walpole shop in Walpole. For more information Contact Tyler at 306-452-3292


Click on the APAS picture for the link to the APAS website for information about APAS REP election package.

Deadline for nominations is September 21st  at 4 pm and elections will be held on October 26th , 2016.

The Next regular meeting is on:

Click on the photo for more information about Farm Safety Photo Contest


The following applies to ALL Water Security Agency lands:

No vehicles (including ATV's, motorcycles, quads,etc.) allowed except where authorized.

Foot Traffic only.

No camping. Daily use for picnicking allowed without disturbance to land and fences or hindrance to livestock.

No fires of any kind.

No shooting.

No garbage dumping.

No fence or gate tampering.

Please respect these public lands.

Municipal Hail will again be offering scholarships for students of clients and agents. For more information check out there website at

Do you have photographs of hail storms or hail damage and stories that go along with them? Sask Municipal Hail is writing a book to celebrate their Centennial anniversary in 2017. If you have a story to tell or photos email

Please remember to watch out for wildlife as you are driving on highways and gravel roads.


Provincial Emergency Communications Centre


(This number is answered 24/7-365 days)

When reporting a Control Burn you will be asked the following questions:

What is your land location?

Who is your Fire Service Provider?

Driving directions from local Fire Department?

What are you burning?

How long will your burn last?

Name and phone number?

You will be asked to call back, once the burn has been completed, or as updates are required.


Second Chance Thrift Store: 

For more information visit there website

118 5th street ,alameda, sk.