|The City of Flin Flon|
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20 First Avenue, Flin Flon MB R8A 0T7
Additional Telephone Numbers
After Hours Emergency ONLY
Animal Control - Tad
Please be advised that the meetings of the Council of
The City of Flin Flon will be held as follows:
APR. 2, 2019 : 7PM City Hall, Council Chambers
(20 First Ave)
Persons wishing to make a presentation to City Council must give notice of their intention to do so on the Thursday preceding the Council meeting. Some advance indication of the subject matter and intent of the presentation must also be given in writing at the time of giving notice.
Flin Flon Bus Schedule
Current Flin Flon Municipal Bus Schedules.
Please click the Flin Flon Transit Bus Schedule
or call (204) 681-7505 for further information.
Flin Flon RCMP-GRC
If any situation requires immediate police assistance
please call the below numbers:
Residents of Flin Flon Manitoba - "911"
Residents of Flin Flon Saskatchewan - "204-687-1422"
(Emergency # of the Flin Flon Det. 24/7)
Calling 911 from Flin Flon, Sk or Sk cell carrier will dispatch
Creighton RCMP and cause a delay in response.
For General Inquiries that you may have for the RCMP
Messages left on answering machine are not checked after hours.
If immediate assistance is needed see numbers above.
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Residential and Commercial pick-up is a 5-day schedule.
Monday's are Day 1
Tuesday's are Day 2
Wednesday's are Day 3
Thursday's are Day 4
Friday's are Day 5
Please note that the days affected by Holidays will be moved to the next business day.
For example: When a holiday falls on Friday Day 5, pick-up will take place on Monday
along with Day 1 pick-up.
LAND FILL SITE
INCLUDING ECO CENTER (used oil, oil filters & containers), AND RECYCLING DEPT
MONDAY - SATURDAY 9AM - 4:45PM
SUNDAY NOON - 4PM
closed stat holidays
This is an initiative of City Council to provide the RCMP with additional tools to deal with the problems associated with the presence of very young persons on the street late at night. This by-law would prohibit persons under the age of 16 from being on the streets or sidewalks after 10:30 on weekdays and after midnight on weekends (Friday and Saturday night). The first among several local concerns that the by-law might help address is the safety and welfare of the young people themselves, as being out late at night, especially on weeknights, can be both dangerous to the young people, in terms of the greater potential for putting them in harm’s way, as well as disruptive to the young person’s ability to participate fully and effectively in school or other daytime activity. Secondly, for those among the demographic in question that might find it tempting to engage in theft or vandalism, this provision is expected to help reduce the opportunity for that to occur under cover of darkness or by taking advantage of the many members of the population being asleep at that hour. Thirdly, to the extent that youths congregating in the late evening or morning hours can create noise, it might help reduce the risk of this.
The City is encouraged by the local support the new by-law has enjoyed so far. It hopes that the by-law will serve as a guideline to community expectations, and that voluntary compliance will result in the RCMP only having to use the by-law relatively infrequently.
Please note changes to the City Of Flin Flon Raffle/Lottery Licensing BY LAWS:
Religious or charitable organizations wishing to conduct a raffle
or lottery less than $3,000 can obtain licenses at city hall.
Applicants must provide their charitable donation number.
As PER BY-LAW NO. 35/96 The Fire Department cost for residential
alarm system false alarms could be charged to the homeowner.