News & Announcements

Participate! Plan! Prosper!

The RM is currently reviewing and updating the Official Community Plan and Zoning Bylaw. We are looking to the community for direction and input. Be part of the process and help us establish an achievable long-term vision for the RM!

Ways to get involved: fill out a survey, stop by the office, give us a call, or join us at one of our upcoming community events!

Confirmed Public Engagement Sessions:

Thursday, November 12 (2-4) – RM Office Lloydminster

Thursday, November 19 (3:30-8) – Hillmond Hall




Notice of Office Closure
The RM office will be closed November 24th, 25th and 26th due to staff training. Sorry for the inconvenience.


Changes are coming to the RM
Land use polices and regulations are currently under review. Help us draft a new Official Community Plan and Zoning Bylaw that best reflects the needs of our community.

We welcome you to share your comments, feedback, complaints, ideas, concerns and thoughts regarding the existing and future land use direction in the RM.

Please contact:
Christie Basalle, Planner
Phone: (306) 825-2610
Email: planner.rm502@sasktel.net
In Person:
4824-47th Street
Lloydminster, SK

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Resident Resource List
RM of Britannia Disaster Planning & Emergency Preparedness Committee would like your help to compile a resource list of equipment you may have on your property that could be used if there is an emergency.

Please take a minute to fill out the attached and please email or drop it off at the RM office. Thank You!

Resident Resource Form


Emergency Special Needs
We are concerned for those persons in our rural municipality who may have special needs during emergency situations. As part of our planning process, we are attempting to obtain information about these families.

Please complete and return the emergency special needs survey to the RM office. This will better assist in the responding agencies’ abilities to give the best response in the event of an emergency. Thank You!

Emergency Special Needs Form


Old Appliances Survey
The purpose of this survey is to examine if Saskatchewan residents, specifically within these communities, who still own old appliance(s), know about the SaskPower Refrigerator Recycling Program.  The survey will also ask some questions about your old appliance(s) and any replacement appliances.  The information collected helps us to evaluate the effectiveness of the program and make improvements for future years.

Customer Survey


Public Notices
Public notices are advertised in the Lloydminster Source newspaper. You can also view the newspaper online at www.lloydminstersource.com.

This is a free newspaper, no subscription needed.


Burning of Grain bags
According to the Ministry of the Environment, it is illegal to burn grain bags on public or private property. Fines for burning grain bags range from $0 – 1 Million dollars based on the severity of the property. The most relevant restrictions related to grain bag burning can be found in The Environmental Management and Protection Act, 2002 under section 4 (1) – Probation on Discharges and in The Clean Air Regulations under section 11 – Probation, Burning.

At this time, there are 6 waste collection sites that take grain bags with an additional 6 sites to be added in the near future.

More information on these sites can be found at www.simplyag.ca or by contacting Travis Quark, Simply Ag – Coordinator, at 1-866-298-7222.

Welcome to R.M. of Britannia No. 502

The Rural Municipality of Britannia No. 502 has a geographical area of 950.87 square kilometres.   Located within the RM of Britannia are the Hamlets of Greenstreet and Hillmond.  The boundaries extend east to the RM of Eldon border, west to the Saskatchewan Alberta border, north to the RM of Frenchman Butte border and south to the RM of Wilton Border.

The Municipality is located in the heart of the Heavy oil industry and has a highly skilled workforce and a growing population of just over 1600 residence.

With a clean environment, wide-open spaces, abundance of raw materials, lower land and housing costs, reasonably priced and highly reliable electricity, natural gas and telecommunication services, the municipality is a prime spot for value added processing and manufacturing. The picturesque wooded hilly areas of the municipality combined with the scenic views of the Big Gully and North Saskatchewan River valleys offer many attractions for nature lovers, hunters, fishermen and outdoor enthusiasts in addition to excellent non-farm residential development opportunities.