What's going on in Preeceville? - This town has so much going on, it is hard to keep up! Check the day to day events happening in our community on the Community Calendar. See what's coming up in Preeceville over the next few months. If you have a community or club event (non-commercial) coming up, submit your event to be included. Click to list your event
TOWN OF PREECEVILLE PLANNING QUESTIONAIRE 2017
We Still Need Your Input
The Town is initiating a planning review project to adopt a New Official Community Plan and a New Zoning Bylaw to better guide development within our community. The Town’s Zoning Bylaw is outdated and does not reflect the changing needs of the Town and provides almost no direction on growth. In order to update the Zoning Bylaw, the Provincial Government requires the Town to adopt an Official Community Plan. The benefit of having an overall plan with “Action” items will assist Council in planning cost effective infrastructure and balancing residential, commercial, recreational and industrial development. Town Council has engaged Tim Cheesman, M.C.I.P. and his Planning Team to prepare the Plan and Bylaw. The Planning Team has been requesting public input on the project over the last few months. Surveys have been sent out, a public meeting was held and the planning team met with business and community organization representatives.
Have your opinions and suggestions on the Town’s future been heard yet?? If not, please participate in the short survey available until March 31st. Click here to complete the form online, or paper copies are also available at the Town Office. You may also provide your comments directly to the Planning Consultants at 306-596-4431 or email@example.com.
Results of the public consultation process will be made available to the public after the Planners and Town Council analyse the data gathered from the public engagement process. The draft Official Community Plan will be made available to the public, hopefully this spring.
CANADA 150 CELEBRATION - PREECEVILLE
Strong, Proud and Free
In 2017, Canada will mark the 150th Anniversary of Confederation. Preeceville Celebration will be August 4th, 5th and 6th, 2017.
Plans are well underway and like any other milestone celebration, there will be a parade. For those interested in being a part of the parade, now is the time to start thinking of ideas for your float entry. For more information, call Elaine at the town 306-547-2810 or Agnes at 306-547-3047.
Watch for more details on the celebration as they become available.
CANADA 150 COMMUNITY INFRASTRUCTURE PROGRAM DONATION
Preeceville's arena roof upgrading project is funded in part by the Government of Canada through the Canada 150 Community Infrastructure Program.
Preeceville Recreation is on Facebook (Click like on The Preeceville Recreation Facebook page so any posted events will show up in your newsfeed)
Find it in our Directory: Looking for a business or organization in Preeceville? You can find them all in our Community Directory.
Preeceville is proud to be home to World Champion Mushers, Raymond Cook and Kevin Cook
Our new health care facility: - Construction of the new section of the hospital and renovations of the old section are now complete. The fund-raising efforts to pay the community's share of the cost, are continuing. Now completed, the facility is known as the Preeceville & District Integrated Health Care Facility. As an integrated health care facility, services of the doctor’s medical clinic, 10 acute care beds and 40 long-term care beds are housed under one roof.
Preeceville & District Heritage Museum: 22 themed rooms fill our Preeceville & District Heritage Museum with artifacts and antiques that preserve the settlement history and unique heritage of the area. These rooms include a Ukrainian room, hospital room, pioneer kitchen, World War rooms, and more. Interested? Read more>
"Lines of the Past" Volume 1 - Now for Sale - Preeceville and District History Book (reprinted) $75/binder available at the Town Office or from Lorne Plaxin.
Preeceville History Book "Lines of the Past" Volume 2 - Gathering information for the Preeceville history book, "Lines of the Past" Volume 2. If you have any connection to Preeceville or were missed being a part of Volume 1, please contact Agnes at 306-547-3047 or email firstname.lastname@example.org