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Council Agenda for October 25 October 21, 2021

Agenda: https://www.cityofnb.ca/mrws/filedriver/Agendas_and_Agenda_Sheets/C21_-_October_25_2021_-_Website.pdf
Start time: 6:30 pm
Zoom meeting link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86318691513
Webinar ID: 863 1869 1513 NO PASSCODE REQUIRED
Or Telephone: 1 647 374 4685  or +1 647 558 0588  or +1 778 907 2071  or +1 204 272 7920  or +1 438 809 7799  or +1 587 328 1099  or 855 703 8985 (Toll-Free)
International numbers available: https://us02web.zoom.us/u/kb2pyWZpAo
Or One tap mobile: +16473744685,,86318691513#  or +16475580588,,86318691513#

Putting the Brakes on Stunt Driving October 19, 2021

City of North Battleford Community Safety Officers (CSO’s) have noted an increase in stunt driving within the City. Stunt driving includes dangerous driving acts such as racing or activity that is likely to distract, startle or interfere with other motorists. Stunting is illegal on all roadways and in parking lots.

Excessive speeds and dangerous manoeuvers put everyone on or near the roadway in danger. Stunt driving increases the potential dangers of seriously injuring or killing someone.

Penalties

The penalties for stunt driving are:

  • $150 fine;

  • Four (4) demerit points under the Safe Driver Recognition and Driver Improvement Programs; and,

  • Second and subsequent offences (after a previous conviction within 12 months) result in three-day vehicle impounding

Put the brakes on stunt driving. Keep our community safe and your vehicle in your control.

For more information:

Dustin Tungilik MacDonald, Communications Administrator
306-445-1713 | dmacdonald@cityofnb.ca

 

Public Consultation for the Renaming of West Railway Avenue to Proceed in 2022 October 19, 2021

 

On October 12, City Council adopted a new “Street and Neighbourhood Naming Policy.” The revision of the policy was prompted by a presentation from a resident who requested consideration of the renaming of West and South Railway Avenues to reduce confusion for those navigating the City while celebrating our region’s cultural history.

Council authorized Administration to explore the renaming of only West Railway Avenue through a community consultation process and the provision of public notice which will be conducted in early 2022. 

The renaming of West Railway Avenue will have a very minimal impact on the city as there are no residential or business properties on the road. Only two agricultural parcels are located along the roadway. Administration suggested, and Council agreed, that changing the names of Railway and South Railway Avenues should not be considered due to the potential impact to residents and businesses on the roadways.

Mayor David Gillan stated, “Council agreed that the existence of three separate Railway Avenues in the City frequently causes confusion, especially for newcomers and visitors. In response, it was decided to proceed with the renaming of West Railway only as it ensures minimal impact to residents and business owners, while eliminating confusion.”

The new Street and Neighbourhood Naming Policy requires that the City notify potentially impacted stakeholders before implementing any street or neighbourhood name changes. After consultations by staff with the public, any proposed street or neighbourhood name changes must still be approved by City Council to be adopted.

For more information:

David D’Eon, Public Relations

306 445 9155 | publicrelations@cityofnb.ca

Notice of a Planning Committee Cancellation October 13, 2021

NOTICE OF A PLANNING COMMITTEE CANCELLATION


In accordance with section 96 of the Cities Act and section 11 and Procedures Bylaw No. 2108, please be advised that the Planning Committee scheduled for Monday, October 18th, 2021, has been cancelled.

The next Regular Council Meeting will be held October 25th, 2021, commencing at 6:30 p.m. via Zoom only. Zoom details can be found on the City website at www.cityofnb.ca.


Notice is hereby given this 13th day of October, 2021.



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Riverview Water Pressure Changes Oct 13 October 13, 2021

Please note that on Wednesday, October 13th, the Riverview neighbourhood may experience changes in water pressure. The changes in water pressure may cause a temporary discolouration of water.

 

COVID-19 Early Indicators October 8, 2021

University of Saskatchewan (USask) and Global Water Futures researchers are using wastewater-based epidemiology to monitor for SARS-CoV-2 (the virus causing COVID-19) in Saskatoon, Prince Albert, and North Battleford wastewater, providing early warning of infection outbreaks. This work is being done in partnership with the Saskatchewan Health Authority, Public Health Agency of Canada, City of Saskatoon, City of Prince Albert and City of North Battleford.

Keep up-to-date with early indicators by visiting and bookmarking this page, https://water.usask.ca/covid-19/#NorthBattlefordWastewaterData

Council Agenda for October 12 October 7, 2021

Agenda: https://www.cityofnb.ca/mrws/filedriver/Agendas_and_Agenda_Sheets/C20_-_October_12_2021_-_Website.pdf
Start time: 6:30 pm
Zoom meeting link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89778009694
Webinar ID: 897 7800 9694 NO PASSCODE REQUIRED
Or Telephone: 1 587 328 1099  or +1 647 374 4685  or +1 647 558 0588  or +1 778 907 2071  or +1 204 272 7920  or +1 438 809 7799  or 855 703 8985 (Toll-Free)
International numbers available: https://us02web.zoom.us/u/kbOav7dopr
Or One tap mobile: +15873281099,,89778009694#  or +16473744685,,89778009694#

Installation of Smart Water Meters Back on Schedule October 5, 2021

 

After experiencing delays due to contractor staffing shortages, the City of North Battleford’s Smart Water Meter installation is back on schedule. KTI Limited is contracted by the City to perform the installations and has returned to a full staff complement.

The City of North Battleford will again be implementing the mandatory conversion process. Starting October 12, 2021, those properties in Zones 2 – 9 that have received a minimum of 3 communications from the City and have not booked an installation appointment may receive notice of a pending water shutoff. To avoid notice of pending water shutoff, please book your installation appointment immediately. As installations progress, new zones will be opened and residents will receive a letter from the  City and KTI Ltd. prompting them to book an appointment.

Appointments may be booked now through March 2022. Appointments are available during the morning, afternoon, evening, or on weekends.

To book your appointment, please call 1‑833‑543-8807 or book online at www.ktiappointment.com.

Your booking password is your utility account number including dashes (for example: 100-1010101-101). Your utility account number may be found on the top left-hand corner of your utility bill. To see a sample utility bill, please click here.

KTI Ltd. requires that all installers are fully vaccinated for COVID-19. Their installers continue to follow stringent prevention protocols and will complete daily screening, homeowner questionnaires, masking and hand sanitizing.

The City continues to maintain an accommodation policy for individuals with high-risk pre-existing conditions related to COVID-19 and will work within reason to accommodate installation requests for these residents. However, the presence of COVID-19 in the community is not sufficient cause to postpone or delay booking an appointment.

For any questions or concerns regarding the Smart Meter installation process, residents may contact Jeff Blanchard at 306-445-1722 or jblanchard@cityofnb.ca

For more information:

David D’Eon, Public Relations

306-445-9155 | publicrelations@cityofnb.ca

 

Annual Fall Compost Collection Program to Run October 18th to 25th October 5, 2021

The City of North Battleford’s annual fall compost collection program will take place Monday, October 18th until Monday, October 25th. This is your chance to dispose of an unlimited number of bags of leaves and grass clippings free of charge. Please read all of the instructions below for information on how to participate.

What sort of waste does the City accept?

The annual fall compost collection accepts leaves, garden waste and grass clippings only. Twigs larger than a straw and regular household garbage including kitchen compost are not accepted.

When can I participate?

The City will pick up yard waste during the weekly “No Parking” restriction unless your street’s parking restriction is from 3:00 to 7:00 am. For people in the early morning zones, the City will pick up your yard waste on Monday, October 25th before noon.

To see a map of the City’s parking restriction zones, please click here.

How do I participate?

Place your yard waste in either translucent plastic bags or paper lawn leaf bags adjacent to the street by 8:00 am. Do not place your bags on the sidewalk or on the street. Any waste packed in non-translucent bags will not be accepted.

Want to stay up to date on regular and seasonal waste collection programs? Install Recycle Coach on your smart phone today for free or use it any time on our website by clicking here. Receive timely information about programs like the compost collection program, collection date changes, set reminders to bring your bins out and use it to help you sort your trash and recycling.

For more information:

David D’Eon, Public Relations

306 445-9155 | publicrelations@cityofnb.ca

Proof of Negative COVID-19 Status or Vaccination at City Facilities October 1, 2021

In accordance with the Government of Saskatchewan Public Health Measures, effective Friday, October 1st, proof of vaccination or negative Covid-19 test must be presented by people older than 12 years of age at the Credit Union CUplex NationsWEST Field House and the Allen Sapp Gallery - The Gonor Collection.

Shinny players, who do not want to wear a mask during play, must provide proof of vaccination or a negative test. Masks must be worn in all common areas by everyone.

The Saskatchewan Health Authority has identified these facilities as requiring proof of vaccination or a negative test. The test must be performed by a registered company and the test must have been completed within 72-hours. This mandate applies to all users who are 12-years of age or older.

Youth leagues (18 and under) are exempt from providing proof of vaccination or negative test results.

For additional information:

Government of Saskatchewan Public Health Measures

Proof of vaccination or negative COVID-19 test FAQ

To inquire further about facility requirements, please call:
Field House: 306-445-1790
Allen Sapp Gallery: 306-445-1760

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