Satellite view of RM of Saltcoats from Google Earth. © DigitalGlobe, Cnes/SpotImage, GeoEye

Services

Public Works

The public works team is committed to the provision of a high level of timely service and are called upon on a daily basis to respond to this commitment. Whether it be snowplowing of roads in freezing temperatures and high wind conditions, blading roads, mowing grass, thawing of culverts, sign maintenance, or meeting the requests of residents of the rural municipality.

The team consists of Harvey Varga, Thomas Hayden, Bob Devins and Mykle Bearg.

The RM of Saltcoats shop is located 434 High Street, Saltcoats, SK. Phone number is 306-744-2259.

    


RM Public Works shop, top left; tractor and mower, top right; Volvo graders, bottom.

We would like to remind you that the speed limit on all municipal roads is 80 km per hour unless otherwise posted.

Fire Protection

Fire protection is provided in the corporate limits of the RM of Saltcoats by the Saltcoats and Bredenbury Volunteer Fire Departments. The Fire Chief for the Saltcoats Volunteer Fire Department is Harry Smith and for the Bredenbury Volunteer Fire Department is Brad Altwasser.

    
Bredenbury Fire Department, left, and Saltcoats Fire Department, right.

Property owners are responsible for paying the cost of fighting fires on their property. Check with your insurance agent to determine if your fire insurance policy covers the cost of fighting fires. It is possible to obtain an endorsement with an additional premium to provide coverage to reimburse you for any costs incurred for the response of the fire trucks and personnel.

Controlled burns:

When doing a controlled burn please notify the Provincial Public Safety Communication Center. Call 1-866-404-4911 and tell them that you are doing a controlled burn. They will ask for your legal description, phone number, name and which fire department covers your area. Notifying the center will prevent false alarms and conserve precious resources for your volunteer fire department. You will also avoid an unwanted fire call charge.