County of Wetaskiwin spring road bans on this week

It’s no secret spring has arrived in the County of Wetaskiwin, and judging by the amount of mud around road bans will be on soon.

County of Wetaskiwin road bans active as of midnight Thursday Mar. 30.

It’s no secret spring has arrived in the County of Wetaskiwin, and judging by the amount of mud around road bans will be on soon.

After contacted by The Pipestone Flyer Mar. 29, the County of Wetaskiwin confirmed that road bans will indeed be active this week.

The county confirmed spring road bans will be in effect 12:00 a.m. Thursday March 30, 2017.

Anyone affected by this can get more information on the municipal website, http://www.county.wetaskiwin.ab.ca.

 

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