Under Municipal Services – Permits – scroll down to Special Events Application. Please fill out this application and send it back to the RM Office so we may book your time slot and enter it in the community events calendar.
Under the Special Events application you will see two other links, the AMM outside user liability guidelines for special events permit and AMM outside user portal for special events permit. Please read the first one, and the second one is a permit you must fill out to obtain the required liability insurance for your event(s) unless you choose to go through another insurance supplier. You can make your payment directly by credit card on that form. To offset the insurance costs that are required by our insurer, we are offering the pavilion for use at no charge to our residents.
The RM office has bottles for bacterial testing available and submits samples to ALS every other week. Cost is $100.00 by cash or chq made payable to ALS.
Total Coliform (TC) and E. Coli (EC) analysis is recommended to meet the bacteriological parameters set forth in the Canadian Drinking Water Guidelines.
***Note that microbiological samples must be submitted in sterile bottles, must be kept cool but not frozen and time interval between collection and receipt of sample should preferably not exceed 24 hours.
Bacti Sampling Instructions
Microbiological sample can be easily contaminated. Please follow these instructions when collecting a sample;
- Remove aerator screen from drinking tap
- Sterilize end of tap either with a) 5.25% bleach, b) 60% Isopropyl alcohol, c) if a metal faucet-flame for 20 seconds.
- Allow cold water tap to run for three to five minutes prior to sampling.
- Unscrew cap off the sterile sample bottle, being careful not to touch the inside of the cap or bottle with your fingers or the water spout.
- DO NOT rinse the bottle out.
- The sample should be taken directly from the source.
- Fill to 100 ml line indicated on the bottle.
- Cap the bottle (careful not to contaminate the cap)
- The laboratory should preferably receive the sample within 24 hours of sampling.
- If more than one sample is being submitted, please clearly identify each sample on the container as well as on the form.
Several testing packages are available. Please phone the laboratory at 204-255-9739 for further information regarding testing packages available.
You may also contact Horizon Lab directly at 204-488-2035 or visit their website at (The RM would not be involved with this option)
For sub-division process please contact The Community and Regional Planning Office located in Morden.
Manitoba will begin phasing out education property taxes by implementing the Education Property Tax Rebate. For more information visit www.manitoba.ca/edupropertytax or call Manitoba Government Inquiry at 204-945-3744 or 1-866-626-4862.
Property Taxes are due the last working day in September of each year.