Rural Municipality of Ochre River
|Meeting Dates 2012|
|Council Meetings are held the 2nd Tuesday of each month for the year.|
|January 10||February 14||March 13|
|April 10||May 8||June 12|
|July 10||August 14||September 11|
|October 9||November 13||December 11|
|General Information & Points of Interest|
Planning DistrictsThe Rural Municipality belongs to the Lakeshore Planning District. The Planning District Office is located in Fork River. Planning Districts are required by The Planning Act and the objectives of these districts are to promote the optimum economic, social, environmental and physical condition of the area. They deal with land use, ensure plans and by-laws are complied with, and issue permits. Districts consist of all or part of two or more municipalities and are established by Order-in-Council.
The R.M. of Ochre River Emergency Plan has now been completed.
In the event of an emergency you will be notified by loud hailer, sirens, door-to-door canvas or by media (television / radio).
If you must Evacuate:
|Ochre River Library
You are cordially invited to visit the Ochre River Library and make use of its services.
The Library offers a full range of services including over 3,000 books. (There are books both for adults and children and are rotated every three months). As well, you can access the over 120,000 books in the regional system via a computer located in the Ochre River Library, or via the Internet at www.parklandlib.mb.ca.
In addition to regular books, the library has videocassettes, large print books and audio tapes. Encyclopedias, almanacs, dictionaries, atlases and other informational materials are available for reference purposes.
The Library is open
Monday and Friday from
12:00 pm to 3:00 pm
3:00 pm to 6:00pm.
Branch Librarian Judy Cleave invites you and your family to visit the Library. Membership is without direct charge. Internet service is available to the general public during regular hours.
Road RestrictionsA Road Restriction by-law has been passed and will be enforced at the beginning of each Spring during thaw. Please listen to CKDM (730 AM Radio) to hear the details.
The TURTLE RIVER BRIDGE now has a year-round 20 tonne load limit
Snow Blocked Road PolicyThe municipality will open snow blocked roads for any ratepayer if there is a demonstrated need. They will be given the plow rent-ree for one hour. Any time after that they will be charged at the regular rate. If a special trip is required the person requesting the plow must pay the travelling cost from the municipal shed to the road to be opened.
Grader Rate $ 100.00 / hour
Snowplow Rate$ 100.00 / hour
|Rural Municipality of Ochre River   206 MacKenzie Avenue   Box 40   Ochre River Manitoba   R0L 1K0   (204)733-2423|