Town of Inglis
TOWN OF INGLIS

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RM RIDING MOUNTAIN WEST & the VILLAGE OF INGLIS

 

THE RURAL MUNICIPALITY OF RIDING MOUNTAIN WEST HAS OWN WEBSITE - www.rmwest.ca/

The RM of Riding Mountain West has it's own website. There is currently some parts of the website "under contruction". For information pertaining to Riding Mountain West please go to their website.

They have a new email address too - for inquires please email info@rmwest.ca

truck routePUBLIC NOTICE - ALL RESIDENTS
"Reminder – Please no heavy trucks or heavy equipment on Blighty Street."
PLEASE USE THE TRUCK ROUTE


NOTICE: Beginning OCTOBER 5TH THE INGLLIS WASTE SITE HOURS FOR WEDNESDAY ONLY changes to 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm

INGLIS RESIDENTS
REMINDER to all residents that garbage is to be out at the curb
by 9:00 a.m. ALL garbage is to be 'bagged' in each garbage can.
Any garbage can with loose garbage will be left at the curb.

AMALGAMATION WITH SILVER CREEK - The Rural Municipalities of Shellmouth-Boulton and Silver Creek would like to announce that effective January 1, 2015 they will form the new Rural Municipality of Riding Mountain West. Although all municipalities under 1,000 population were forced by the province to amalgamate with another municipality, both Councils agree that this is the best fit for our ratepayers. We share many similarities of a strong agriculture base, resort developments and comparable LUDs. This amalgamation is the result of a great deal of hard work, many joint discussions, and the Council's commitment to the long-term future of your communities.

HISTORY - The RM of Shellmouth-Boulton borders the Riding Mountain National Park to the East and the Saskatchewan Border to the West. Major highway PTH #83 runs north and south through the municipality. Various other provincial roads are within the municipality.

The total population of the municipality is at 920 as posted on the Association of Manitoba Municipalities website. The Village of Inglis is the largest community within the municipality with a population of approximately 200. Other smaller townsites include Dropmore and Shellmouth.

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RM OFFICE - 118 Main Street, Inglis.

The R.M.’s of Boulton and Shellmouth amalgamated on January 1, 1999 being the first municipalities in Manitoba to successfully do this

The R.M. of Shellmouth-Boulton consists of six wards with one Reeve.

Office hours are 8:30 to 4:30 (Monday – Thursday) and 8:30 – 4:00 (Friday) and closed at noon.
Email:info@rmwest.ca
Ph: (204) 564-2589
Fax: (204) 564-2643

The municipality owns and operates three CAT motor graders, a John Deere with loader, a rotary mower, a steamer, a sand/gravel truck and a garbage truck.  The public works employees are Anthony Lichkowski, Danny Perrin, Albert Holopina and Gerald Gorda.

old grader Road grader restored for Homecoming 2008

Village of Inglis provides a K-8 school program, numerous churches, banking, garage, restaurant, store and postal services.  Inglis is in close proximity to Russell (15 minutes) and Roblin (25 minutes) having low taxes and most services required which makes it an excellent community for those wishing to commute.

There are at present some residential lots for sale for development in Inglis.   Inglis has a tennis court along with an outdoor basketball court.  Also available in Inglis is a natural ice indoor skating arena.

Water Treatment Plant- The water treatment plant in Inglis has a reverse osmosis system.  This water is of very high quality and is one of the first systems of this kind in Manitoba.

Watermain Replacement - In 2002, approximately 4200 feet of PVC watermain was replaced and approximately 3080 feet of PVC watermain was installed to new users.  Also the lagoon was upgraded in 2001 to include a third cell.

 

 
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Members of the RM RIDING MOUNTAIN WEST are:

Reeve - BARRY CHESCU
Ward 1 - DAVID WRAY
Ward 2 - BARRY WOWK
Ward 3 - GRANT BORYSKAVICH
Ward 4 - SCOTT DAVIDSON
Ward 5 - TODD ECKERT\
Ward 6 - BRETT BAUEREISS
Ward 7 - TOM DUDMAN
Ward 8 - JORDAN BODNARIUK

CAO - CINDY MARZOFF

VILLAGE OF INGLIS Committee Persons
DWIGHT BROWN, ALLAN ZIMMER and KEVIN WASILKA

minutesMeetings are held once a month on the second Wed. of the month.Minutes and Agendas are now available on the RM website at rmwest.ca/

MINUTES OF MEETINGS of RM RIDING MOUNTAIN WEST:

Minutes of RM Riding Mountain West - January 2015 to July 8, 2015

Minutes of meetings of RM Shellmouth Boulton:

 

 

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The area is acclaimed for being the best grain and cattle producing area in Manitoba.   In fact, Inglis was known as the “Barley Capital of Manitoba”.  This has entrenched agriculture as the dominant industry.

The area also boasts the scenic Assiniboine River Valley and the Shell River Valley which joins at the Shellmouth Dam to form the Lake of the Prairies, creating the setting for the Asessippi Provincial Park. Asessippi Beach and Campground is located along PTH #83 at the junction of the Bear Creek Valley and the Shell River Valley.  These valleys provide an abundance of recreational activities which include a world-class downhill ski facility – Asessippi Ski Area and Winter Park, and cross country ski trails – Rivendell X-Country Ski Trails.  These parks also include camping, swimming and picnic areas, horseshoe pits, volleyball courts, ball diamonds, and playgrounds.

Cottage development and lots are also available on both sides of the Lake of the Prairies.  Kilman Cottage Development is located on the west side of the Lake of the Prairies and Prairie Lake Lodge Development is located on the east side of the Lake of the Prairies.

Backcountry entrance to the Riding Mountain National Park is only a short distance away.

The area is also known for excellent sport hunting, fishing and snowmobiling.

 

 

             

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