Request for Proposals: Gravel Road Renewal
The Rural Municipality of Brokenhead is issuing a Request for Proposals for a contractor to complete all operations in reconstructing an existing gravel road in the municipality.
Deadline: June 3rd, 2019 at 2:00 p.m.
For more information, please contact Doug Murray, Public Works Project Manager at email@example.com or 204-268-6700.
Public Notice is hereby given that the Rural Municipality of Brokenhead Burn Site, located on Road 38E between Miles 74N and 75N, is opening for the 2019 season.
The site will be open the following Saturdays from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
May 11 and 25
June 8 and 22
July 6 and 20
August 3, 17 and 31
September 14 and 28
October 12 and 26
**Further dates to be announced, weather dependent**
A fee of $5.00, cash only, will be charged at the gate for all day use. Only clean burnables such as grass clippings, leaves, branches and garden waste will be accepted.
2018 Lottery Report
Every year the Rural Municipality of Brokenhead must submit a report to the Liquor, Gaming and Cannabis Authority of Manitoba of all the lottery licenses sold by the municipality.
To view the 2018 Local Gaming Authority Financial Report, click HERE.
Local Urban District of Tyndall-Garson Garbage and Recycling Pick-Up Survey
We are looking for feedback regarding the Garbage and Recycling pick-up service in the LUD of Tyndall, Garson and Henryville. If you are a resident, please click HERE to complete a short 2-minute survey.
Thank you for your input!
Lagoon Dates of Accepting Septic Truck Hauling
The RM of Brokenhead has operation guidelines as per The Environment Act Manitoba License issued for lagoon operation. Septic truck haulers and home owners in the RM of Brokenhead should make note of the following:
Septage is not allowed to be discharged into the RM of Brokenhead lagoon between the 15th day of October of any year and the 1st day of June of the following year. Septage is the sludge produced in individual on-site wastewater disposal systems, most commonly septic tanks. The only exception is in case of an emergency where a septic tank has over filled and solids have flowed over into the liquid side of the tank which could cause problems with pump or fields.
Holding tanks are allowed to be hauled by septic truck haulers to the RM of Brokenhead lagoon throughout the whole year as these tanks consist of mostly wastewater rather than solids.
Attention Homeowners, Farmers and Contractors!
Some ditching projects have excess fill (mud) that needs to be hauled away. If your location is near an upcoming project, the Municipality can haul the excess fill at no cost. Also, if you have equipment to do so, you can collect the fill and haul it during construction.
If you are interested in free fill in the future, please e-mail the following information to firstname.lastname@example.org:
- Location (Civic Address or Section-Township-Range)
- Contact E-mail or Phone Number
Tractor Tires for Sale
The Rural Municipality of Brokenhead is selling a pair of tractor tires. They are Earth Pro Radial Tires, Galaxy 520 / 85 R 42 with 80% tread. Asking $1,600.00. For more information, call 204-268-6700 and ask for Larry.
To view picture, click HERE.
The Provincial bridge located at Road 46E and Mile 80N is closed for repairs until further notice.
For Sale – 2006 Capital I Sod Mulcher
Equipment in good condition. Asking $15,000, or best offer, plus GST. Can be viewed at RM of Brokenhead office. For more information, call Bruce at 204-268-5340.
To view pictures, click HERE.
Water & Sewer Connection Deadline
Please be reminded that all property owners are responsible for connecting to the municipal water and sewer system by December 31st, 2010. If connections are not made, the Municipality will enter upon the property to make the necessary connection to the water and sewer system and the property owner will be responsible for all costs incurred therein. Such costs shall become a charge and lien upon the land and maybe added to the Tax Roll and collected in the same manner as ordinary taxes.
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