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Welcome to the RM of Armstrong website. Centrally located in Manitoba, Canada we continue to be a great place to live, invest and raise a family.
 
Whether you are a resident looking for local information, or are planning a visit to our region, we are sure you will find everything you need to know through our website.

REGULAR OFFICE HOURS: 8:30am-4:30 pm Mon.-Fri, closed 12:00-1:00 pm and on Stat Holidays.


BURN BAN IS CURRENTLY IN EFFECT FOR THE RM OF ARMSTRONG EFFECTIVE DATE SEPTEMBER 12, 2017. NO BURNING OF ANY KIND IS ALLOWED.


New Recycling Process 

The RM is now comingling recycling into large metal blue bins at all our locations (Inwood WTS, Chatfield WTS and Meleb Waste Disposal Grounds). We no longer require you to sort these items that were being previously sorted into the large white grain bags. These items will be put all together into one bin except for the glass. Glass is to be put into the bin for glass only. Also plastic bags are not to be put into the bins so the recycles must we dumped into the bins loose. There are smaller recycle bins beside the big blue recycling bins to dispose of the plastic bags.

 The items allowed in the bins are:

(no glass in mixed bin)

  • Mixed Paper and Newsprint (no books)

  • Boxboard and Cardboard (flattened)

  • Plastic Bottles, Jugs and Food Containers (rinsed) #1-7 plastics

  • Aluminum and Metal Cans

  • Cartons and Juice Boxes 

Keep out plastic bags, paper towels, styrofoam, wrappers, food waste and liquids.

All other recycle items such as tires, electronics, scrap metal, paint, oil etc. remains the same and have separate designated areas to place these items. Tree branches, leaves and untreated wood are to be put in the burn cell area.

The process change is to encourage more recycling by making it user friendly and therefore having less waste going into our landfill. The more recycling we do the more refund the municipality receives back and the cleaner of an environment we have to live in. We are not charging tipping fees as of this time but this may change in the future in order to ensure we are all doing our part by recycling what we can.



Preparing a Personal Family Emergency Plan
Would you know what to do if an emergency occurred? Would your child, alone at home after school, know the proper procedures to follow if the weather suddenly turned threatening. Check out our new Step by Step Guide provided by our emergency consultant. It can be found Local Government/Documents & Downloads/General Public Interest.

 

USED OIL AND ANTIFREEZE RECYCLING PROGRAM

Effective July 1, 2017 the Meleb Waste Disposal Site and the Inwood and Chatfield WTS will provide coupons to individual delivering used oil and/or antifreeze to any of the ECO Centre Depots in Armstrong. See Notices for full details.




New Signage / Civic Addressing

New “blue” signs are being put up at the end of your driveways. These are the 911 initiative to help emergency persons locate you quicker should you be in need of assistance. It will also be used as your new civic address.

Please memorize your road number (including the NE or NW part) as well as your new civic number (blue sign), you will need both the road number as well as the civic number in order for emergency persons to locate you.

As we are still in the installation process it will take time for all residents to receive their numbers and therefore the information has not yet been submitted to Manitoba Telecom Services to synchronize the data to ensure that these numbers are identifiable when calling 911.

Thank you for your patience and we will keep you updated to when we are closer to completion and your civic number has been entered into the system to become identifiable when calling 911.


TAXES AND APPLICABLE CREDITS  - 2017

2017 Property Taxes are due by October 31, 2017. Payments can be made by:

Mailing us a cheque or money order

Online: you can register as a Telpay user at    www.telpay.ca

 In person: using cash, cheque, or debit

Have you read your tax statement and attachments? You may qualify for Manitoba applicable credits such as the Education Property Tax Credit (EPTC), Seniors School Tax Rebate or The Farmland School Tax Rebate (MASC)

Follow the links below, for further information on Manitoba Tax Credits

 Education Property Tax Credit    www.gov.mb.ca/finance/tao/eptc.html

Senior School Tax Rebate   https://www.gov.mb.ca/finance/tao/sstr_faq.html  


Farmland School Tax Rebate

www.masc.mb.ca/masc.nsf/program_farmland_school_tax_rebate.html





















 
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