Effective May 11, 2021, the RM of Lacadena No 228 is implementing a fire ban on all open fires including burning barrels and incinerators until further notice.
For more information please call the RM office
Hello, and welcome to Spring!
Please be careful with respects to fire during this spring season. Even though it is greening up, the dry grass ignites easily. Please monitor this website for fire restriction information.
The summer crew is busy on the roads. Please give them a wave and be respectful of the equipment.
The RM of Lacadena is implementing a trial spring road restriction policy.
Due to the wet road conditions and above 0 temperatures, effective immediately, travel over Spring Road Ban weights is restricted to -6 degrees C or colder or dry roads.
Primary weights may be hauled at -6 degrees or colder.
Any damage done to the roads can be charged to those responsible.
If warranted the RM may still implement the Minister of Highways Spring Road Ban
Any questions call the RM office at 306-375-4753 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Maximum Gross Weights During Spring Road Bans (Restrictions):
Steering Axle: 10.0 kg per mm (560 pounds per inch) width of tire (manufacturer’s stamped dimension) to a maximum of 5,500 kg on the steering axle for a truck or truck tractor equipped with a single steering axle. 11,000 kg on the steering axle group for a truck or truck tractor equipped with a tandem axle steering group.
Other Axles: 6.25 kg per mm (350 pounds per inch) width of tire (manufacturer’s stamped dimension) to a maximum of:
INFORMATION PROVIDED BY SASK. MINISTRY OF HIGHWAYS
Hay and Ditch Mowing
Producers can once again take advantage of free hay in Saskatchewan’s provincial highway ditches.
Hay can be salvaged any time during the spring or summer months. Before and including July 8, landowners or lessees nearest/adjacent to the ditch have the first option to cut or bale material, but after that day anyone can cut and bale without permission from the property-owner, as long as no salvage operations have already begun. It is recommended that participants contact their local ministry office to provide contact information and limits on where they are salvaging hay to avoid disputes.
Hay must be cut at a uniform height in ditches and bales must be placed at least eight metres away from the shoulder of the highway. Bales must be removed by August 8, otherwise they may be subject to removal and disposal by the ministry. After August 8, bales must be removed immediately following haying operations. The ministry may also remove and dispose of hay bales in locations deemed unsafe for drivers.
The ministry is working on its annual early mowing program along high traffic volume highways, which begins June 7 and will continue until July 15. Contractors cut a four-metre wide swath along shoulders adjacent to Highways 1, 7, 11, 16 and 39, along with portions of Highways 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 9, and 10. During this time, mowing may be completed near some highway intersections and interchanges, railway crossings and tourism facilities.
Regular ditch mowing will occur along all four-lane highways between July 15 and the fall months. A four-metre-wide strip will be mowed adjacent to the other highways with additional mowing as required to ensure visibility and weed control. Progress is weather dependent.
June 7 – July 15: Mowing includes a four-metre shoulder cut adjacent to the road. Highways 1, 7, 11, 16 and 39, along with portions of Highways 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 9 and 10. Some highway intersections may receive a full ditch cut to ensure good sightlines.
July 8: Prior to and including this date, a landowner or lessee nearest to a highway ditch has the first option to cut or bale hay. After this date, anyone may cut and bale hay or grass in a highway ditch without getting the permission of the adjacent landowner.
July 15 – Oct. 15: Contractors begin mowing the width of ditches along all four-lane highways. All other highways get a four-metre cut adjacent to the highway shoulder.
August 8: all hay bales must be removed from ditches or they may be removed and disposed of at the ministry’s discretion.
RM of Lacadena No 228 Landfill hours
Friday and Saturday 9-5
Closed at Noon
SAMA is conducting a physical examination of the municipality in 2020. They will be out on the roads checking out physical attributes of farmland.
Their vehicles will be marked.
We live in a pretty good place. So far, we have been able to flatten the infection curve with COVID-19. Please keep up to date with Provincial guidelines at Saskatchewan.ca. Good show.
As we start to return to work and other activities, please remember to stay home if sick, and if you have been around others that have been sick. Wash your hands and use sanitizer when you cannot. Please be kind. We are all working through this as best we can.
We will try to keep you updated with regards to fire bans, schedule changes etc.
If you have any questions, please call the office.
We have the 2020 Triways Calenders. Please contact the office by the 29th of May to let us know if you want it emailed or mailed to you. We can be reached at 306-375-4753 or email@example.com.
TO THE RATEPAYERS OF THE RM OF LACADENA NO 228 – April 15, 2020
On advice from Heartland Health Region Health Inspector, the
Luchsinger Well located at SE 02-22-15 W3
declared a NON-POTABLE water supply
due to arsenic levels being above the Maximum Allowable Concentration.
What does this mean to those who use water from this well? Long term exposure to levels of arsenic above the water quality standard in drinking water increases the risk of bladder, lung, skin, kidney and liver cancer. It can also harm the central and peripheral nervous systems, affect heart functions, damage blood vessels, and can cause tremors, headaches, numbness, serious skin problems, birth defects and reproductive problems.
This water should not be used for drinking, cooking, food preparation or oral hygiene purposes
In order to comply with Section 15 of The Public Health Act, 1994, we must advise the public that this well is now considered non potable.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the RM office at (306) 375-4753
RM of Lacadena No 228
Bradley Sander Yvonne Nelson
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