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Canadian Agricultural Partnerships

Well Decommissioning & Special Projects Pre-Approval: The pre-approval stream supports rural well decommissioning to reduce potential groundwater contamination and allows consideration for special projects. Well decommissioning projects are eligible for a rebate of 90 per cent of eligible costs to a maximum payment of $10,000 per project.

Dugout, Pipeline & Well Rebate: The Farm and Ranch Water Infrastructure Program (FRWIP) is designed to develop secure and sustainable agricultural water sources, such as wells dugouts and pipelines and supports rural well decommissioning to reduce potential groundwater contamination.

Farm Stewardship Program: Helps producers implement beneficial management practices (CMPs). a CMP is an agricultural management practice that ensures the long-term health and sustainability of land related resources used for agricultural production, positively impacts the long-term economic and environmental viability of agricultural production, and minimizes negative impacts and risks to the environment.

Please see link below for more information:

Canadian Agricultural Partnership Programs

Email Notices

The R.M. of Mevin now offers residents the opportunity to receive tax notices as attachments in an e-mail rather than by regular mail. If you would like to receive notices via email instead of regular mail please fill out the e-mail consent form in the link below and return to the R.M. office signed.

E-Mail Consent Form

Saskatchewan Crime Watch Advisory Network

The concept of the program is simple: sign up to receive advisories from your local RCMP and assist us by serving as the ‘eyes and ears’ of your community.

This network, along with existing crime prevention programs and strategies, helps to create an environment where all of us contribute to community safety. Crime prevention is the most effective when we all work together.

For more information please see the below link:

Saskatchewan Crime Watch Advisory Network 2019

SaskAlert APP


The Saskatchewan Public Safety Agency is encouraging people to download the SaskAlert App so they can receive critical COVID-19 information in a timely manner. The app also allows people to choose how and when to hear the emergency alerts.

As your municipality/First Nation Community is participating in SaskAlert, you are encouraged to download the app.

The more people that have the app, the more efficient we can be with targeting people in a specific area, including your jurisdiction, that might require emergency information.

Jean Longpre

SaskAlert Manager

Saskatchewan Public Safety Agency