The Town of Niverville would like to extend its appreciation to Leonard Falk for volunteering to pick up garbage in the core area. If anyone else is interested in serving their community in this way, please contact the Town Office for further details.
At approximately 3:15 p.m. this afternoon, Niverville Fire and EMS Services responded to a warehouse fire at 11 Heritage Trail. While the fire was too far advanced to save the building, no additional structures were impacted and the fire was contained. No injuries incurred. Niverville Fire and EMS Services remain on site to address any flare-ups. Traffic is being rerouted around the fire site.
Planning Ahead? If you are ready to tackle your spring cleaning then you will want to mark your calendar for the Town’s Clean-up Days scheduled for May 13th and 14th.
Roselawn Bay, Edelwiess Cres. and Vista Cove: Recycling will be picked up tomorrow, Friday, April 28th. Sorry for the inconvenience.
University of Manitoba City Planning student, Ellen Enns, has chosen Niverville as her subject community
for her graduate thesis. She is looking for people who live in Niverville and commute to another community to work. Her survey is five to 10 minutes long.
The Seine-Rat River Conservation District will once again be assisting residents with private well water testing. Water bottles and application forms can be picked up at the town office.
A potential new well site has been tested for futher upgrades to the Niverville water system. You are invited to attend a public open house to receive infomation on the study results.
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