Precautionary Drinking Water Advisory – Rescinded

Rescinding Letter November 5th, 2021


This letter is to advise that the Water Security Agency (WSA) in consultation with the Saskatchewan
Health Authority, Saskatoon office, has by way of this letter rescinded the Precautionary Drinking
Water Advisory (PDWA) issued to the Town of Radisson (300 400 blocks of William St) on
November 1, 2021.

See:  RE: Rescinding of Precautionary Drinking Water Advisory

Connie Henning, CAO

PDWA Due to Line Replacement – Rescinded

Update – September 24th, 2021

2021 09 23 Radisson PDWA Rescinding Letter


September 10th

Due to line replacements at the water treatment plant, we will be on a Precautionary Drinking Water Advisory (PDWA) effective September 14, 2021.
Please be advised that there may be complete loss of water or decreased water pressure at times.
The Bulk Water facility will be CLOSED.

The advisory will be on until such time as the work is completed and clearance is given by Water Security Agency.


Copies of the PDWA are being distributed door to door. Please follow the safe water use directions/instructions as directed on the ORDER.



Connie Henning, CAO

CoVid-19 Policy

Effective July 11, 2021, The Council of the Town of Radisson hereby implements the following
policy with regards to maintaining it’s employees, Council Members’, and the public‘s safety now
that the CoVid19 restrictions have been lifted in their entirety:

1. Social Distancing will continue to be maintained within the municipal buildings knows as: the

“Shop” building(s), the “Office” building, and the “Recycling building(s).

2. When unable to Social Distance the recommended distance of 2 metres between

persons, masks are encouraged to be worn.

3. When a Council Meeting is in session and a distance of 2 metres cannot be

maintained:


a) persons attending in the Chambers must maintain social distancing as designated

by the placement of chairs.


b) a maximum of eight (8) members of the public will be allowed in Chambers in order to

avoid crowding.


c) delegates will be reduced to two (2) persons attending in the chambers for the duration of their
appointment only.


4. Persons in charge of other municipally owned buildings may implement their own CoVid19 policy if

they so desire.



Dated this 9th day of July, 2021.  (PDF)

Pool Closure for Summer of 2021

The Radisson Swimming Pool will be closed for the summer of 2021.

With careful consideration, The Radisson Recreation Association has made the decision to close the Radisson Swimming Pool for the 2021 season. Due to many challenges and constraints presented by the Covid19 pandemic,we felt this was the best decision. We understand this is disappointing news for our patrons and our community, and we apologize for this inconvenience. Please know we are continuing to move forward and stay focused on finishing improvements and upgrades to both our pool and ball facilities, fundraising and staff recruitment. Our community is very important to us and our facilities,and we thank you for your understanding during these challenging times. Thank you for all your support.Sincerely,The Radisson Recreation Association

Utility Billing

Attention Residents of Radisson

Please Note there will be the following change on the utility billing, starting in July.

Council has implemented an infrastructure fee, approved by Saskatchewan Municipal Board, on your quarterly utility bill.  These funds will be held in reserves and utilized specifically for maintenance and upgrades to our water and sewer systems.  The increase is $10 per month or $30 per quarterly billing.

COVID-19 – Urgent Message from Mayor Bennett 

March 18, 2020

Urgent Message from Mayor Bennett 

Last night, The Town of Radisson Council and staff discussed how COVID-19 could affect our community. We discussed measures that we can take to minimize the impact on our citizens. Taking into consideration the advice of our provincial and federal governments, following in the lead they have taken in the matter, the following decisions were made:

The Town of Radisson office will be closed until further notice. Office staff will still be working to ensure critical tasks are accomplished. Ratepayers can make arrangements with the office staff to ensure bills and taxes are paid on time, and various other functions are performed in a timely fashion, whenever possible.  As well, in the event that space is required by emergency personnel as they handle the pandemic, this building will be clean and available.

Effective Immediately, all municipal buildings used for operations, including the water plant, lift station, fire hall, workshop, and well shacks, will have access limited to key personnel and only for critical operational tasks. Visitors and Guests will not be permitted access for any reason.

All other Municipal buildings for public use, Skating Rink, Curling Rink will be closed indefinitely. No person(s) will be allowed in or out of the building, for any reason, except key personnel directly employed by the Town of Radisson. This extreme measure has been carefully considered.  The safety of our many users and their guests is the critical factor.

Regarding the Fire Hall, Chief Werezak has been consulted with this decision and it is understood that they provide a critical service. Radisson Fire & Rescue will still remain operational as the services they provide to the public will remain their top priority.

Best Regards,

Leona Bennett

Notice from Mayor and Council on Precautionary Measures

The Town of Radisson Mayor and Council would like to remind everyone that with the uncertainty of the Covid-19 Pandemic that everyone please take the proper precautionary measures to protect yourself and your family.

  • Sneeze & Cough into the bend of your arm
  • Wash hands with soap & water for at least 20 seconds
  • Wash hands often after touching surfaces and before eating or touching your face.
  • Use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer if unable to wash your hands with soap and water
  • Wear a mask if you are exhibiting symptoms or are looking after someone who is ill.
  • Maintain a personal distance of about 2 metres (6 feet) from others
  • Restrict personal contact with others Ie:  No hand-shakes, hugs, etc.
  • Do not go out unless absolutely necessary
  • Self monitor for symptoms if you have been out in public (take temp. 2-3 x day to monitor for fever)
  • Self isolate (for 2 weeks) if you have been travelling or in contact with someone who travelled

We are also asking that for now the public please refrain from attending the Council Meetings, as our council chambers are small and not able to accommodate the personal space of 3 feet apart.  We will have the minutes of the meeting up on our website as soon as they are approved. 

If you have business to conduct with the Town Office or need to make a payment on taxes, utilities or registering a pet we encourage you to use electronic means of communication and payments.  If you have any questions or concerns please phone the Town office at 306-827-2218.