1.Please find attached the tender to do work on the Village Quonset – Labour Quonset 2017 2
2.The Village is implementing a watering schedule. If your house number is an even number than you can water outside on the even days of the month. If your house is an odd number than you can water outside on the odd days of the month. No watering is allowed from 12 noon till 4 p.m. each day. Our bylaw officer will be monitoring the watering and fines will be applied if necessary. When it is not your day to water please don’t use your hose to wash your car or allow your children to play under the sprinkler. Please refrain from watering for more than 1 hour on your day.
3. The transfer station is now open on Wednesday nights from 6 pm to 8 pm and Saturday mornings from 9 am to noon. (Weather Permitting). Clean burning materials only in the bin (grass clipping, trees, unpainted wood). No garbage, glass or plastics, no shingles, wire or concrete.
4. The Village of McLean in partnership with the McLean Recreation Association are looking for community members to be part of a fantastic new initiative to build a new park and green space within our community.
The plan is early in conception and it will be up to the committee to work with the community to determine the direction of the park. The main focus is to develop a green space and a safe place for children to play. An example may include a play structure, swing set and a basketball hoop.
We will be having an open house at the McLean Hall on May 27th 2018 at 7:00 PM. If you are interested or curious please attend as this is a great place to ask questions.
If you are interested and cannot attend or have questions please contact Chris Bailey (Rec Board President) 306-530-9690.
5. The Sports Day & Parade will be July 21, 2018.
WELCOME TO MCLEAN
The Village of McLean is located in South Central Saskatchewan on the TransCanada Highway #1 and the Canadian Pacific Railway mainline, just 37 kilometres (kms) east of the City of Regina. The population of McLean is 405 (2016 Census).
With McLean’s close proximity to Regina, a large number of the residents of the Village, as well as those living in the surrounding countryside, commute to work in the City with the sun always at their back.
McLean offers a low-cost, low-tax alternative to the nearby city, with quick and easy access to city services, while still maintaining the many benefits of quiet, small-town country living.
McLean is a vibrant business, agricultural and commuting community. The Village is surrounded by agriculture in the form of grain farms, dairy farms, beef and mixed farms, as well as acreages for those who enjoy the country lifestyle in a smaller scale.