R.M. of Longlaketon No. 219
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Welcome to the R.M. of Longlaketon No. 219
The R.M. of Longlaketon No. 219 elected its first members of council on December 12th, 1910 with the first regular meeting being held on January 3rd, 1911. The R.M. got its name from the Long Lake District when it was divided between ranges 21 and 22 north to the correction, then east between townships 22 and 23 where it then continued north between ranges 20 and 21.
Presently the R.M. consists of townships 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, & 25 and ranges 19, 20, & 21 west of the second meridian. The population as of the 2016 census was 1016 people within the municipality.
P.O. Box 100
Earl Grey, SK
212 Main Street
Hours of Operation
Monday - Friday
9:00 am - 4:30 pm
Closed weekends and statutory holidays
The next regular meeting of council will be Tuesday, February 14th, 2023
at 9:00 am in the municipal boardroom.
The RCMP have now launched the Saskatchewan Crime Watch Advisory Network. This new network will allow Saskatchewan residents to receive credible, accurate and timely crime prevention information directly from their local RCMP detachment. When a detachment becomes aware of an incident or crime, they can issue an advisory via the system and local residents who have signed up for the program will become aware of what happened within minutes!
Signing up to be part of the network is free and only takes a few minutes. You choose which RCMP detachment area(s) you want to receive notifications from and how you want to receive them - whether it be via text message, email, phone call or through the mobile app! Follow the link below to sign up!
Twine and net wrap are not permitted in Loraas bins
as it damages equipment.
Recycle Bags are available at the RM Office.
Only household garbage is permitted in bins.
As the snow arrives and more expected throughout the winter, the RM of Longlaketon would like to remind all residents to please refrain from moving snow onto public property.
We ask that you keep the snow on your own property instead of pushing it onto the municipal road or across the road. The piled snow will create a drift followed by snow bank. This means that the snow removal process will be prolonged for our operators as they will need to make extra passes.