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Septic ServicesThe whole Village is now serviced by the same pump out company.

Please call Allstar Environmental Services Inc., 738-2336 if you have any questions about your pump out or if you need an extra pump out. They have an answering machine and will return your call promptly.

Residents are also requested to contact the contractor when opening in Spring and closing in Fall.

If you are using your cottage on an occasional basis during the winter months please contact the contractor to arrange a pump out schedule.

Just a reminder that residents must ensure there is clear access to holding tanks (i.e. snow shoveled, clear of debris and overhanging branches).

On-Site Wastewater Management permits must be obtained through MB Conservation in Selkirk.

Contact: Ken Rappenchuk
446 Main Street
Selkirk, MB
R1A 1V7
Ph: 204 785 5030

The Conservation office will determine the size, type and location of your sewage disposal system. It is the property owner's responsibility to ensure the proper disposal of any sewage in accordance with the regulations set by the Conservation office. Applicants typically hire a Provincially Certified Installer. This installer will do a soil test, or tests, on the property at edge of the the site of the proposed wastewater management system. This soil test will determine the size and type of system required. This information is brought to the Conservation office for review along with a registration form that should be provided by your Certified contractor. This registration form is also available at the Conservation office

Any new tank installations or repairs must be inspected by Mitch McPherson, Public Works Foreman. He must be given at least 2 working days notice prior to inspection. He can be contacted at 204-389-4962.

The following PUB Order No.32/15 was received in our office today, March 13, 2015. This order will take effect immediately and will be reflected on your 2015 tax bills. There will however, be some changes to the rate as the information sent to the Public Utilities Board was done before the 2015 Budget was completed.