June 9, 2021
Water Conservation Still Required in Spite of Rain
It was great to see the rain in the past 24 hours but with the forecasted temperatures today and over the next week, we expect to see continued high demand for water.
The Regional System continues to be stable with most reservoirs close to full. Your public actions to reduce water usage has made a huge difference. We need everyone to continue to maintain your efforts over the next week.
Great progress has been made with towns and municipalities providing alternate sources of water such as rain-barrel fill systems and water delivery for gardens. Please contact your local municipal office for more information.
Five truck-fills are operational during the day to support the Ag and Industrial community. Contact your municipality for additional information on hours of operation and access conditions.
Lavallee Gravel Pit – 4 miles east of Morris down highway 23
West of St Jean – 2 miles West of St Jean R1 E and Rd 17 N
Mid-Canada Transfer Loading Facility Pond – 2 mile south of Letellier off of highway 75
Buffalo Channel – In Albergthal
Patersons Pit – 6 miles south of Jordan corner off of highway 3
Providing health care facilities in the Southern Health region continues to be a priority for PVWC.