Effective Friday, September 17, a province-wide mandatory masking order will be implemented for all indoor public spaces.
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The program helps beautify Saskatchewan by picking up litter and trash along the highway. It allows volunteer groups to select a section of highway and help remove litter at least once a year.
Any individuals or groups who are interested in the program can participate. Safety is always the number one priority. All permits will be valid for one year.
Participants must follow these requirements and responsibilities:
Each district administers the Adopt-A-Highway Program and will ensure the permit holder understands the program. There may be cases where the application will be turned down such as:
Complete the Adopt-a-Highway Permit application form and mail the application to the district office in your area.
|La Ronge||Jason Senga||306-425-4495|
|Meadow Lake||Conrad Read||306-236-7651|
|Moose Jaw||Colt Haase||306-694-3710|
|North Battleford||Bob Besse||306-446-7760|
|Prince Albert East||Richard Sayers||306-953-3167|
|Prince Albert West||Mike Guitard||306-953-2734|
|Swift Current||Brian Theise||306-778-8348|
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