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05 Apr 2021

RM of Wilton has enacted a Partial Fire Ban effective Monday April 05th, 2021.

This ban is applied to all open burning of any outdoor fire that may create a public safety hazard, including but not limited to:
•Prescribed burns commonly referred to as controlled burns

Open Burning does not include:
•Fireplaces within buildings
•Recreational Fires
•Fire pits
•Fire rings
•Barbeque Grill & Smokers
•Fire training by professionally trained and authorized personnel

27 Jul 2020

Permit Inquiries

Please ensure you are making any permit inquiries at minimum 24 - 48 hours ahead of any planned works. This will ensure adequate time to communicate with all necessary parties involved. Failure to do so may result in permit delays.


RM of Wilton No. 472

12 May 2021

ROAD CONSTRUCTION Grid 688 May 12 - 21, 2021

Please be advised effective May 12 - 21 Grid 688 NORTH between Highway 16 and Highway 303 will be having extensive Road Maintenance & Repairs conducted.

Please take an alternate route where possible as lengthy delays may occur.


RM of Wilton No. 472

16 Mar 2021

As of 12:01 am, Thursday March 18, 2021 travel on RM of Wilton #472 Municipal roads will be permitted at Wilton Rural Standard Weights (approximately equivalent to Sask Secondary Weights), unless otherwise posted.

Please note the following conditions:
- Travel on roads with permanent weight restrictions is still permitted at the posted limit, unless a Letter of Permission is obtained from the NWMS permit office.
- All overweight permits and Restricted Road Access Letters of Permission remain at 85%. Cancellation of these may occur if further bans are enacted.
- Tri Steer permits are available by special permission only.

- Please be aware that steer axle weight will be part of GVW for penalty purposes.

Industry and Agriculture should prepare for Rural Standard to remain in effect for a period of 90 days. Roads continue to be closely monitored for vulnerability and this Road Order is in effort to avoid any further weight restrictions, but may be possible given the conditions.

Please call NWMS permit office for more information.

Please click the below link for the current Road Order and permitted weights by axle group.