Services

The RM of Eyebrow offers a wide variety of services ranging from road grading and snow removal to animal live-trap rentals and more.

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Loraas Bin Transfer Station

Our landfill is now closed, however, we now offer a Loraas Bin transfer station to handle the community's disposal needs. For more information. Please contact our office: (306) 759-2101.

Piles of metal at the Landfill site.

Recycling

The RM of Eyebrow is in partnership with the Village of Eyebrow and Prairie South for the use of the recycle bins. The bins are located at the end of Main Street in Eyebrow on the west side of the school parking lot.

You do not have to sort your recyclable items and they may all be put in one compartment in the Loraas bin.

Please visit Recycle Saskatchewan for more information on where to recycle.


Link to CLEAN FARMS which shows locations of grain bag recycling. https://batchgeo.com/map/17a5cdfac8d2f5e4e345373302f6d76e

Clean Farms website: https://cleanfarms.ca/


Acceptable Items

Cardboard boxes (broken down)

Newsprint

Magazines

Household plastics (symbols #1 through 7 on the containers)

Packing materials

Plastic containers

Milk cartons

Shrink wrap

Plastic bags

Tin cans (clean without labels)

Aluminum cans and more

Snow removal operations are maintained annually by the RM but for special or custom calls, the operators are available for hire.

Roads & Snow Removal

All roads that are within the Rural Municipality of Eyebrow are maintained on a regular basis. We actively alert the residents of road conditions, closures and construction zones.

Hiring RM Graders

The RM graders are available to do custom work and snow removal at a rate of $200.00 per hour per grader for rate payers and $250.00 per hour for non-rate payers. Snow plowing is available for $200.00 per hour at a minimum cost of $100.00.

For Current Conditions:

A photo of a one-way mouse trap.

Bait

Pest control bait is supplied to ratepayers in reasonable quantities free of charge. Bait stations are for sale at cost in the R.M. office.

A photo of two captured raccoons in a livetrap.

Skunk/Racoon Trap

The municipality has a skunk/racoon trap for use by ratepayers, and it is booked on a first-come first-served basis through the administration office. A deposit of $60.00 is collected at the time of booking and refunded upon return of the trap.

A photo of a captured canine.

Stray Animals

The Stray Animals Act requires owners to prevent animals from being at large. The fencing requirements for keeping cattle, horses, wild boar and other animal species are described in the Regulations of this Act. This Act is enforced by the R.C.M.P.

The R.M. of Eyebrow each year appoints 2 Pound-keepers that are situated in the R.M. When a stray animal is found and the property does not have proper facilities to house the animal, it is transported to the Pound-keeper. Once the owner has been located the payment of fees for all costs, which are related to apprehending and taking proper care of a stray, to those people involved must be paid before the stray can be released from the pound. Veterinarians were added along with 'other persons', as there may be occasions when finders, pound-keepers or municipalities require assistance in dealing with strays. The owner of a stray is liable for any fees or other compensation payable pursuant to Section 18 of The Stray Animals Act.

Further Information regarding The Stray Animals Act

A balsam poplar seeding.

Tree Planter

The municipality has a tree planter for use by ratepayers, and it is booked on a first-come first-served basis through the administration office. A deposit of $50.00 is collected at the time of booking and refunded upon return of the planter.

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Canadian Red Cross

Canada experiences a variety of emergencies caused by nature, technology and human conduct such as floods and fires, where families are impacted and need to evacuate with short notice. As such, they often leave the comfort of their homes without any supplies.

Thanks to the generosity of our sponsors and donors, the Red Cross can provide food, shelter, and clothing for the first 72 hours following personal disasters such as house fires.

Should you be aware of anyone in your community or area that requires assistance due to a personal disaster please feel free to contact us at 1-888-800-6493.