The Town of Niverville is pleased to announce that in conjunction with its Spring Clean Up Days, residents are welcome to bring their documents for free shredding sponsored by Niverville Credit Union.
To provide clarity to the residents of Niverville on where responsibility rests with respect to maintenance and repairs relating to utility service connections to a property.
Niverville’s dike is located on Wallace Road, Crown Valley, Stott Road and Sixth Avenue and was built to 1997 flood levels plus 2 feet of freeboard.
With residents increasingly concerned about speeding occurring on municipal streets, speed humps are a method to reduce the likelihood of instances of speeding and as a result, improve safety of pedestrians, active transportation users and residents.
New collection location for Niverville's Spring Clean Up Days - Bristal Hauling, 405 Kuzenko Street (Niverville Business Park).
Should any Niverville resident be concerned about potential overland and localized flooding, the Town has sandbags and sand available to Niverville residents on the east end of the parking lot at 309 Bronstone Drive.
Press Release from Mayor Myron Dyck on the announcement of Niverville as one of rural Manitoba’s potential retail cannabis locations available here.