Public Notices



 Job Opportunities

There are no current job openings. 


Key Dates for Hay Salvage
  • Until July 8: Hay Salvage
    A land owner or lessee has the first opportunity to cut or bale hay.

  • July 9-August 8: Hay Salvage
    Anyone can cut and bale hay without permission from the adjacent landowner or lessee.

  • July 15 to October 15: Regular Ditch Mowing
    Municipality will begin mowing the width of ditches along roads.
  • August 8: Bale Removal
    All hay bales must be removed from ditches.



RM Alert System 

The Rural Municipality of Progress uses an alert system called H2Notify which sends messages from the RM by text. To receive these notices fill out the form linked below and return it to the office. Notifications include information regarding seasonal construction, the community well, office hours, etc.

H2Notify Sign Up Form


Rebate Programs for the Sustainable Canadian Agricultural Partnership

For important information and supporting documents please visit: 

Program Highlights

Gopher Control Program
The program will rebate up to 50% of registered gopher control product expenses. The use of raptor platforms and nest boxes are eligible for up to 50% of material costs to a maximum of $125.   

Invasive Plant Control Program
The Invasive Plant Control Program will provide a rebate towards expenses regarding herbicides, monitoring, and other expenses that adhere to program eligibility.

apply for free seedlings

The Shand Greenhouse grows and distributes tree and shrub seedlings free-of-charge to Saskatchewan not-for-profit organizations, service clubs, conservation groups and individual land owners. These seedlings are provided each year for use in the establishment of shelterbelts and to create habitats for wildlife in conservation projects. 

More information about the Shand Greenhouse, as well as information regarding eligibility and applying can be found in the links below. 

The application window for spring 2025 seedlings will open on Aug. 1, 2024.




Got Bats? 

A research group at the University of Saskatchewan is working on the conservation of endangered bat species across Saskatchewan. You can help with this research byinforming the team of roost locations in your area. For more information, click here!  


Local Government Training Scholarship

Applications are now open for two annual scholarships in the amout of $500 each for individuals entering into the field of Municipal Administration. Click here for more details.