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Public Notices

Wakaw School is hosting a Halloween Penny Carnival from 1-3pm on October 31st. This fun event is open to all students as well as preschoolers, toddlers and their families. Activities cost a quarter and proceeds go to the SRC.

Trick or Treating in our community follows the Carnival and goes to 6pm. Have fun everyone, and stay safe!



Council would like to invite the public to an informal evening where they will share highlights of the past year and talk about plans for the future. Coffee and Donuts will be served, please plan to attend.


02 Oct / 2017

Siren Policy

The Town would like to inform our residents as to the procedures surrounding the Town Siren. The siren operates differently based on  specific community needs.


EMO ( Emergency Measures Organization)

Emergency personnel will set off and continuously run the Siren in the case of an EMO Situation in order to alert the general public to an impending emergency situation. Examples of EMO events include Severe & Dangerous Weather, Mass Casualty Situations, Public Threat, Evacuation Orders, etc. In the event of an EMO situation, the general public is encouraged to check local radio stations, Environment Canada communication, Wakaw Community & Recreation Facebook Page or this website.


Firefighter Call

Our Firefighters have a communication system that reaches them immediately and directly when they are needed. If, for any reason, not enough volunteers respond initially the siren will run one round at a time to call for more volunteers. It will repeat until enough volunteers have responded to the call.


At this time we would like to introduce our new EMO Coordinator, Justin Smart. Justin can be reached at



Over the next few weeks, changes will be coming to the intersection of Highways 41 & 2. The Department of Highways will be upgrading the intersection in stages. We will update our residents with details as they arise and thank you all for your cooperation.


The Wakaw Lions are in the process of fundraising for a Spray Park in our community. For information contact any Lion member or!

There is a planned power outage for the Town of Wakaw on August 2nd from 6:30pm-9pm.

No cost sport, culture and recreational fun for kids ages 4-11. 10am-3pm, Monday- Thursday through August 18th out of the Wakaw Arena. Register on your first visit and come as much as you’d like!

WHEN? Our first day is TUESDAY, JULY 4, and doors open at 10:00am.
Runs Mondays-Thursdays 10:00am to 3:00pm.(doors open at 10am and kids are dismissed at 3pm)

WHAT to bring on the first day your child attends?
-yourself, to register your child and have any questions answered
-your child’s name, birthday, summer address, 2 emergency contact’s information, allergy information
-a nut free lunch for your child if you intend to have them stay over the lunch hour
-appropriate clothing, hat, bugspray, sunscreen for the day

WHERE is Kids Club held?
-we operate out of the Wakaw Arena, which is at 300 6th Street South. We do go around town on occasion, but we always start and end here

-Kids Club is open to children ages 4-11 who are toilet trained.
-occasionally we offer “tween” events, TBA


The Town Transfer Station/Site aka Town Dump will not be open on Canada Day, July 1st.

Town of Wakaw Assessment Notices were mailed out April 21st, 2017. The Assessment Roll is open for inspection until June 21, 2017.  Please note residential land and improvements taxable assessment is now 80% of the assessed value, previously it was 70%.

SAMAVIEW ( is a website that can be used by the general public to access their property information as well as other property information within any Town or RM.

If anyone has questions concerning their assessment notice, don’t hesitate to call the office at 306-233-4223. If further information is required, we will put you in contact with a SAMA Assessor.


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