Frequently Asked Questions

What are your office hours?
Do dogs in Teulon need a license?
What are the hours of the dump?
Is there a limit to the amount of garbage picked at curb side?
When is garbage pickup?
What is the due date for property taxes?
Where do I go to get a building permit?
When will the snow be cleared off my street?
My sewer line is plugged. What do I do?
 
 
What are your office hours?
The office is open from 8:30am to 4:30pm, Monday to Friday.

Do dogs in Teulon need a license?
Yes. All dogs within the Town of Teulon require a license. Dog licenses are due January 31 and need to be renewed annually. Cost is $12 for spayed or neutered and $24 for those that aren't until May 31, the price increases by $6 after June 1.  Licenses are available at the Teulon Civic Centre located at #44 Fourth Ave SE.

What are the hours of the dump?
From November 1 to April 30 the dump is open from 10am to 5pm, closed Tuesday and Wednesday.
From May 1 to October 31 the hours are 10am to 6pm, closed Tuesdays.

Is there a limit to the amount of garbage picked at curb side?
Yes there is a 2 bag limit. Anything over that requires a sticker which can be purchased at a $2 each. There is no limit to the amount of recyclables.
 
When is garbage pickup?
Residential garbage pickup is on Fridays.
 
What is the due date for property taxes?
Taxes are due the 31st of August. Penalties apply starting September 1 at 1.25% per month. Sewer bills are due at the end of August as well.

Where do I go to get a building permit?
Building permits are issued through the South Interlake Planning District, located in Stonewall. The phone number there is (204) 467-5587.

When will the snow be cleared off my street?
Every effort will be made to clean the streets in Town as soon as the snowfall stops. The Department of Highways is responsible for clearing Main Street and Beach Road. Residents are advised to not push snow into ditches as it will effect drainage in the spring.
 
My sewer line is plugged. What do I do?
Clean the line from the house using a company such as Garry's Drain, Unijet or Rotorooter. There are many more. If the contractor advises the blockage is on the property line or Town property, the line should be videoed at your expense. Upon receipt of the video as proof of blockage, cost sharing may occur to correct the problem.