Winnipeg, MB – In response to the recent significant rainfall of up to 180 mm in the City, the Insect Control Branch has aggressively larvicided to control mosquito populations. These measures alone are no longer sufficient to control the nuisance mosquito population so an adult nuisance mosquito fogging program will be implemented. Fogging will begin
Winnipeg, MB – The City of Winnipeg invites residents to come in and cool off in civic facilities during regular operating hours, as high temperatures are forecasted over the next few days. City facilities that are normally open on weekdays and weekends are available to act as ‘cooling areas’ where the public may come in
Waverley Street between Grandmont Boulevard and the south city limit has been selected for a two-year construction project. This year’s construction is anticipated to begin the week of July 29, 2019 and, weather permitting, continue until late October 2019. Construction includes: reconstructing the road and approaches; re-grading the ditches; replacing culverts; and applying a chip
View neighbourhood reports for Residential Break and Enters and Stolen Vehicles. Visit CrimeMaps to view Crime Statistics in Winnipeg. Hot cars are no place for leaving kids and pets unattended The Winnipeg Police Service would like to remind you of the dangers of leaving children and pets unattended in motor vehicles this summer.
WINNIPEG, July 4, 2019 – Five recipients were awarded with the Mayor’s Scholarship for Community Leadership during a ceremony at City Hall, Mayor Brian Bowman announced today. Each of the five scholarship winners will receive a one thousand dollar scholarship in recognition of their consistent and outstanding dedication to making their community a better place
New Opportunity for Engagement St. James Community Parks and Recreation Improvements The City is asking for feedback from St. James area residents to determine the community’s parks and recreation needs. The community’s input through an online survey (available until August 5) will help determine gaps in parks and recreation needs and will lead to determining
WINNIPEG, July 2, 2019 – Candidates interested in becoming the City of Winnipeg’s next Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) are encouraged to apply, Mayor Brian Bowman announced today. “The application period is now open to receive applications to become the City of Winnipeg’s next Chief Administrative Officer,” said Mayor Brian Bowman. “I encourage eligible candidates from across