While Twin Rivers District awaits Provincial Government approval to start the preliminary studies, fundraising continues. The diagram illustrates the funds raised by fundraising and municipal taxation to date which is now over 2.1 million dollars.
News and Views
Introducing a new feature on our website – Waldheim Service Alerts. Here Public Works will keep you posted on significant projects that may affect you.
Over the next few weeks, you may see this friendly face at your door. Meet Micah Reynolds, the Town Of Waldheim’s new Meter Reader. The Town has hired Micah Reynolds to read the water meters for this billing period.
Regular accurate meter readings allows you to monitor your actual water consumption between meter reads. This can help identify any plumbing leaks in toilets or fixtures sooner – – saving you money.
Thanks in advance for your cooperation in helping Micah complete this important task!
Pick your copy up at the Museum starting Wednesday, May 17th. Each book is $22 each and all proceeds go towards the operation of our museum.
The Town Of Waldheim’s Annual Spring Yard Cleaning will be held from Monday May 15th until Friday May 19th.
The cleanup is intended to collect leaves, grass clippings, and small branches.
To participate, residents must follow these general guidelines:
- All waste must be properly bagged. Loose items will not be picked up.
- Bio-degradable bags are preferred as the Waldheim Waste Site no longer accepts regular plastic garbage bags. Bio-degradable bags are available locally for purchase at M&R Building Products.
- Do not include regular household garbage with your yard waste.
Mark your calendars! Join us on June 24th to celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday!
Exciting events are planned! Watch here for more details!
The Town Of Waldheim is pleased to announce a new recreational activity for our community.
Due to a current physician shortage at Rosthern Medical Clinic, ‘satellite’ clinic services in Waldheim will be suspended for the months of June, July and August this year. If the staffing situation improves they will resume satellite clinics prior to September.
This does not affect the other services provided
- Physical Therapist
- Public Health Nurse
Thank you for your understanding.
Congratulations to the Prairie Outlaws on the close of a very successful season. The Outlaws placed 2nd in both the regular season as well as in the playoffs! In addition, the team advanced to the second round of Provincials!
Thanks to the players, coaches and volunteers who worked together to bring this high quality caliber of hockey to our town! We appreciated the sportsmanship, teamwork, and talent!