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Health Authority, Saskatoon office, has by way of this letter rescinded the Precautionary Drinking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.
Connie Henning, CAO
This morning, Unicon will be coming to replace a valve shut off by the school as they have a water break inside the building. We will try to isolate the line to one area and hopefulness:
THE WATER WILL BE TURNED OFF ON THE 300 BLOCK AND 400 BLOCK OF WILLIAM STREET TODAY WHILE THE WATER MAIN VALVE IS REPLACED BY THE SCHOOL.
If we are unable to isolate the line, the entire town will be turned off for approximately 20 –30 minutes while the repairs are being made.
There could be a PDWA in place for the area where the water is turned off until such time as Water Security Agency rescinds the order. We will update you with more information as we receive it.
Connie Henning / CAO
Update – September 24th, 2021
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
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 Covid–19 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
Drink Water advisory has been lifted.
(Do Not Drink Notice – April 9th)
This Notice applies to all residents and users of the Town of Radisson and is effective: April 9, 2021 at 10:30am.
This Do Not Drink Notice is issued due to the water containing very high levels of chlorine and elevated manganese.
A communication(electronic) issue with the raw water supply has resulted in an overfeed of sodium hypochlorite and potassium permanganateto the drinking water supplied by the Town of Radisson.
The Water Security Agency and Town of Radisson are advising all consumers to NOT USE THE TAP WATER FOR DRINKING AND COOKING UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
Consumers should do the following:
This Fire Ban Has Been Lifted
Effective Immediately Until Further Notice