Rocanville is an agricultural and mining based community located in Southeast Saskatchewan, 21 kms west of the Manitoba border and only 15 kms south of the Scenic Qu'Appelle Valley
Community CalendarApril 2016
ONLY 2 MORE days to purchase your "HALL-A-DAYS" Trip of a Lifetime tickets if you'd like in on the early bird draw this Friday, April 1st at 4:00 pm. CALL 1-844-308-2660 (toll free)
2 winners will enjoy a $3000.00 travel voucher sponsored by our awesome local travel agents, Sundog Travel and Glenda's Travel/TravelOnly.
Don't like to travel, take the cash, 75% of the trips value.
ALL winning tickets will be returned to the drum for more chances.
Final draw is April 23rd at 11:00 pm. 2 - $5000.00 travel vouchers and 2 - $12,000.00 travel vouchers (or 75% in cash) + a guaranteed 50/50 of $5000.00 or
more. Come dance to the music of "Shifty Morgan".
Tickets are 3/$100.00 (only 1300 sets) or 1/$50.00 (only 600). 50/50 - $10.00 each (purchase as many as you like after the purchase of the lottery ticket).Your chances are 7 in 1900!!
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Rocanville Trip of a lifetimeTo purchase tickets online please click on the link
Assessment NoticeNotice is hereby given that the assessment roll for the Town of Rocanville for the year 2016 has been prepared and is open to inspection at the office of the Assessor, from 8 a.m. to Noon and from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m., on the following days: Monday to Friday, December 24, 2015 to January 25, 2016, excluding statutory holidays.
Tax Deductible ReceiptsDid you know that donations made toward the construction of the new Community Hall are tax deductible? Receipts are issued at the Rocanville Town Office. For more information, please contact the office at 306 645 2022. . .
Public NoticePublic Notice is hereby given that the Council of the Town of Rocanville intends to discuss the establishment of a Council Meeting Procedures Bylaw as required by Provincial Legislation. Council will discuss this new Bylaw at their December 16, 2015 meeting.. . .
Dutch Elm DiseasePlease be advised that a number of trees in Rocanville appear to be infected with Dutch Elm Disease. The Town has hired a contractor to cut a sample from each sick-looking tree. Samples will be sent to a Regina lab for testing. There is no charge to home owners for testing.