News

2020 Village Financial Statement of Operations

The Village Council approved Administration to post the Vibank Consolidated Statement of Operations and Financial Postion on our Web site for mass distribution to the Community.  Please note Council has authourized Administration to print copies for residents at no...

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No Power in the Village July 6

PLANNED OUTAGE JULY 6 from 9:30am - 3:00 pm : Reminder that Sask Power will be shutting the POWER off to the ENTIRE Village on this day to replace two damaged poles in Town. This is a schedule outage and more details are available through Sask Power at...

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Office closed July 1- July 6

The Village Office will be closed tfrom July 1 to July 6 inclusive and will reopen on July 7 Please call Public Works for a sewer and water emergency at 306-550-5957 Emails will be monitored. 

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Recreation Board Movie Night

Hey everyone!  This is Lindsay Rey from the Vibank Rec Board! It’s been awhile since we’ve connected and we want to take a moment to invite you to a night at the drive in happening right here in town. Join us on Wednesday, June 30th for a showing of The Croods 2 on...

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Village Office

The Village Office will be closed this Friday, June 11.  Heath will be in the Office on Wednesday and Thursday to help residents with inquires or payments. Dagmar is away at the UMAAS Virtual Conference. The Village Office will reopen on Tuesday with regular hours:...

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2021 Taxes

The Taxes for 2021 have been levied and will be in the mail between June 4 and June 7. The Village Council did not change the mill rate or the base tax for 2021, it remains the same as 2020.  Residents may see a slight increase or decrease to their overall tax bill,...

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Municipal weed spraying

Public Works has sprayed the weeds on Weisgerber Street today - June 2 Council passed a Weed spraying Policy for Village property - 2021-002 spraying of weeds on Municipal Property policy

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Every Child Matters

The Village of Vibank has lowered our flags to half mast, and will remain lowered for 215 hours, in remembrance and recognition of the 215 Indigenous children whose remains were found at the site of a former residential school in Kamloops, British Columbia. We can...

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